Western University @ a glance
Introducing BMOS at Western
University of Western Ontario:
Extra Curricular Options:
- Student Council
- WMUN (Western Model United Nations)
- Sports teams (Basketball, Football, Soccer etc...)
- Live in the residences at Western
- Glenmore Apartments (University Owned Apartments)
- Platt's Lane Estate (Also University owned-have to live with other people)
Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS)
To apply to the MOS program, students must take the following courses during high school:
- ENG4U (Grade 12 English)
- MHF4U (Advanced Functions) or MCV4U (Data Management)
- MCV4U (Calculus and Vectors)
*This course is not required for admission but it is highly recommended.
After spending one year taking the MOS program, the student must attain the following to apply to BMOS specialization and get the BMOS diploma after they finish the program:
Facts about the BMOS program at Western:
- The BMOS program at Western University accepts 715 new applicants each year,
- The program has an 85% employment rate within 3 months after graduation.
- Applicants are required to take MDM4U (Data Management) or MHF4U (Advanced Functions) and a university calculus course to apply. An economics course during high school is also strongly recommended.
- Co-ops or internship options are available for this bachelors program.
- Tuition fees are about $5940 to $8140 per year.
- Food Management
- Masters in Accounting
- Masters in Economics
Frequently asked questions about BMOS:
- Why should I take BMOS?
2. What qualities should I have if a want to be successful in the program?
You should be open to new challenges, since this program is going to be really
challenging. You should also have good social skills, as you will do a lot of group
work during the program.
3. What subjects should I be strong at if I am considering BMOS?
You have to be good at courses related to Mathematics, English, and Economics to be successful in this program.
Feel free to ask more questions!