•Original aspirations Bishop Helmut in search of international fame by our best scientists today these leaders of vision, courage, and imagination always look forward to the formation of Western University.
•Founded March 7, 1878, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Huron Bishop Isaac Hellmuth (1817-1901), "Western University of London Ontario" opened its doors to students in 1881 with four faculties - "Art, Theology," The Law And Medicine.
•In 1916, the current campus was purchased by the Kings mill family, and in 1923 the university has renamed the University of Western Ontario.
•Since the first class graduated in 1883, the university has become a living center of learning. 12 faculties and three universities affiliated College West now offers its 36,000 students over 400 major, minor and major.
•It was in the West, where Sir Frederick Banting went from a restless sleep in 1920 and wrote 25 words, which led to his discovery of insulin.
It was in the West, where the first Canadian program to transfer to Canada was created in Trois-Pistoles, Quebec, in 1932 - a program that continues today.
•It is in the West, where researchers led by Ivan Smith developed the world's first "cobalt bomb" for the treatment of cancer in 1951, increasing the rate of cervical cancer treatment by up to 75 percent Of 25 per cent.
•Although our superiority is rooted in history, the West continues to monitor for the next generation of discoveries.
•West, in the area of the wind power leader since 1965, is experiencing structures such as the World Trade Center, the Sears Tower, and the Jakarta Tower will continue to dominate with the opening of a Windeee Dome research center.
•West, in the field of the head of business education since its inception, continues to lead at home and abroad through the construction of the modern Richarda Ayvi School in 2012 and the opening of the first the business school in North America in Hong Kong in 1998.
•West, the leader of medical progress since its inception, continues to promote innovation recently when an HIV vaccine developed by Dr. Chil-Yong Kang was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration Begin human clinical trials, the first of its kind, in 2012.