Fanshawe’s London Campus
Welcome to Fanshawe’s London Campus
Fanshawe College boasts six unique locations in Southwestern Ontario. Our campus in London, Ontario is built for learning but has everything you need for living — residences, restaurants, sports and fitness facilities, library, stores and more — right beside state-of-the-art classrooms.
London, Ontario is recognized in Canada and around the world as a centre for education and cutting-edge research. It’s also one of Ontario’s main business and cultural hubs, yet has a quality of life you can’t find in most large cities.
Fanshawe College has:
- 40 co-op programs
- Over 100 articulation agreements with postsecondary institutions around the world
- Excellent services for students with physical or learning needs
- 116 full-time programs, including graduate and degree programs
- 17,350 full-time students and 26,000 part-time students annually
- Over 2,500 apprentices
- 1,200 international students from more than 50 countries
- 160,000 alumni living and working around the world
- A full range of lifelong learning opportunities through Continuing Education and corporate training services
Land a career in the following industries:
Construction Project Management
Business and Management
Human Resources Management
International Business Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Professional Financial Services
Insurance and Risk Management
Corporate Communication and Public Relation
3D Animation and Character Design
Broadcast Journalism – Television News
Contemporary Media: Theory and Production
Interactive Media Specialist
Visual Effects and Editing For Contemporary Media
Career Development Practitioner
Early Childhood Administration
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Technical Costume Studies
Human Services & Health Sciences
Child and Youth Worker (Fast Track)
Developmental Services Worker (Fast Track)
Early Childhood Education (Fast Track)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Social Service Worker (Fast Track)
Artisanal Culinary Arts
Concierge Services – Guest Relations Specialist
Hospitality and Tourism Operations Management
Retirement Residence Management
Game Development – Advanced Programming
Health Systems Management
Information Security Management
Network Security Architecture
Software and Information Systems Testing
Practical Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Applying to Fanshawe 2015—2016
Term Start : Important Dates (some programs may have different dates, specific information will be sent to applicants)
FALL 2015 : Admission Conditions must be met by August 18, 2015 First day of classes for most programs is September 8, 2015
WINTER 2016 : Admission Conditions must be met by December 9, 2015First day of classes for most programs is January 6, 2016
SUMMER 2016 : Admission Conditions must be met by April 11, 2016
First day of classes for most programs is May 2, 2016
Application & Admissions Timeline for Level One
December 1, 2014 ~ Application Download
February 1, 2015 ~ Equal Consideration Deadline
May 1, 2015 ~ Confirmation Deadline
Application & Admissions Timeline for Level Two & Above
Fall term start: Applications must be received by May 1st for guaranteed consideration.
Winter term start: Applications must be received by November 1st for guaranteed consideration.
Summer term start: Applications must be received by March 1st for guaranteed consideration.
Tuition and fee policy
This includes terms which consist of clinical experience or field placement activities.
Fees: Breaking it Down
Total Fees Due Per Term: a combination of Tuition Fees, Mandatory Non-Tuition Fees, Program Specific Fees and Co-op Fees (if applicable).
Types of Fees:
Tuition Fees are established following the guidelines of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and includes a $100.00 non-refundable Confirmation Fee.
Mandatory Non-Tuition Fees are fees which students pay in addition to tuition fees and are established following the guidelines of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
Program Specific Fees are fees students are required to pay in addition to tuition and mandatory non-tuition fees and are specific to the program/level.
Co-operative Education Fees are payable by students registered in Co-operative Education programs. The Co-operative Education fee pays for the services of co-operative education consultants who provide co-op students with assistance to meet the requirements for a Co-op endorsed diploma.
General Expenses are program related expenses that a student can be expected to pay in addition to Tuition amounts.