English language centre Western University

About

Our team is here to make you feel at home in Canada.

We are a diverse group of teachers, students and staff passionate about learning the English language. We know each other by name and celebrate all cultures of the world, creating a learning environment that is fun, safe and effective for everybody.

Meet Our Family

Matt Bazely - Director

Matt Bazely
Director of the International Office, Education
519 661-2111 x88585
mbazely@uwo.ca

Bob Shields - Admissions and Recruitment Manager

Bob Shields
Admissions & Recruitment Manager
519 661-2111 x88565
mshield8@uwo.ca

Lisa Harness - Program Coordinator

Lisa Harness
Program Coordinator
519 661-2111 x87251
lharnes2@uwo.ca

Yanti Setiawati - Administrative Assistant

Yanti Setiawati
Administrative Assistant
519 661-2111 x85252
ysetiawa@uwo.ca

Samantha Elliott - Digital Recruitment Officer

Samantha Elliott
Digital Recruitment Officer
519 661-2111 x87744
sellio45@uwo.ca

Vicky Muzi Li - Recruitment Officer

Vicky Muzi Li
Recruitment Officer
519 661-2111 x88621
mli563@uwo.ca

Furat Al-Mansour - Recruitment Coordinator

Furat Al-Mansour 
Recruitment Coordinator
519 661-2111 x88610
falmans@uwo.ca

Kathryn Kaikkonen - Digital Recruitment Officer

Kathryn Kaikkonen
Digital Recruitment Officer
519 661-2111 x87744
kbarker8@uwo.ca

Francesca Geddes - Student Engagement Coordinator

Francesca Geddes
Student Engagement Coordinator
519 661-2111 x81368
fgeddes@uwo.ca

Xiaoxuan Li - WELC Student

Xiaoxuan Li (Rachel)
WELC Student
China  
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Ohud Banjar - WELC Student

Ohud Banjar
WELC Student
Saudi Arabia   
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Yosiki Takahashi - WELC Student

Yoshiki Takahashi
WELC Student
Japan
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About Our Students

Our students are diverse, intelligent and eager to share their beliefs, traditions and cuisines with the WELC community. Their ideas, enthusiasm, creativity and academic performance consistently exceed our expectations and we are proud to have them as part of the family.

graphic showing 21 countries, 450 students/yr and 80% pass/completion