University of Windsor

General Requirements 

Under Graduate program

  • IELTS  -6.5
  • PTE  –  60
  • Duolingo (DET) – 120

Graduate program

  • TOEFL- IBT-100
  • IELTS- 7.0
  • PTE- 68

Enrolment reached record heights in 2003 with 16,000 students registered, a 15% increase from the year previous. The increase was driven primarily by first-year students due to the elimination of Grade 13 in Ontario that year. The university developed a number of partnerships with businesses and industry, such as a partnership in 2013 with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment that introduced internships for students and research opportunities.

In 2008, a satellite campus of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry opened at the University of Windsor. The partnership between the University of Windsor and the University of Western Ontario followed several years of community and political organizing and built upon an existing partnership that started in 2002 and sent Western medical students to Windsor for clinical training. The satellite school initially trained undergraduate medical students in the Doctor of Medicine program and has since expanded to offer post-graduate residency programs in family medicine and psychiatry. As of 2023, the program has added almost 100 physicians to the region.


It is ranked  641-650 in QS World University Rankings 2024.


  • $36,100 per year for international undergraduate students.


         May 1 for September admissions (Fall)

         Sept 1 for January admissions (Winter)

         Jan 1 for May admissions (Spring)




Tuition Fees for International Students: 

Tuition and Ancillary Fees

Tuition Fees $29,320.00
Ancillary Fees $1,124.26
Room and Board (on-campus) $12,497 to $13,236
Room Only (on-campus) n/a
Board Only (on-campus meal plan) n/a
Books and Supplies (approx) $1,500.00
Transportation (off-campus) (approx) $320
Other Expenses (approx): $1,600.00


Undergraduate program


  1. Acting, Bachelor of Fine Arts.
  2. Aeronautics Leadership.
  3. Behaviour, Cognition & Neouroscience (BSc).
  4. Biochemistry.
  5. Biological Science.
  6. Biomedical Science.
  7. Business Administration.
  8. Chemistry.
  9. Civil Engineering.
  10. Cummunication, Media & Flim.
  11. Computer Science.
  12. Computer Science with Software Engineering Specialization ( Bsc),( Honours)
  13. Criminology.
  14. Disability Studies.
  15. Dramtic Art.
  16. Economics.
  17. Education.
  18. Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  19. Engineering Technology.
  20. English.
  21. Environmental Engineering.
  22. Environmental Science/Studies.
  23. Family Social & Relations.
  24. Flim Production.
  25. Forensic Science.
  26. French Studies.
  27. General Engineering.
  28. Greek & Roman Studies.
  29. History.
  30. Industrial Engineering.
  31. Interdisciplinary Arts & Science.
  32. Interdisciplinary Health Science.
  33. International Relations & Development Studies.
  34. Kinesiology – Movement Science.
  35. Law.
  36. Law & Politics.
  37. Liberal Arts & Professional Studies.
  38. Mathematics & Statistics.
  39. Mechanical Engineering.
  40. Modern Languages.
  41. 41. Music. 
  42. Nursing.
  43. Philosophy.
  44. Physics.
  45. Political Science.
  46. Psychology.
  47. Social Work.
  48. Sociology.
  49. Sport Management & leadership.
  50. Visual Arts.
  51. Visual Arts & The Built Environment.
  52. Wemen’s & Gender Studie


Graduate program



Actuarial Science (MActSc)
Applied Computing (MAC)
Applied Economics and Policy (MAEP)
Argumentation Studies (PhD)
Automotive Engineering (International MASc)


Biological Sciences (PhD and MSc)
Business Administration (MBA, MBA/JD)


Chemistry and Biochemistry (PhD and MSc)
Civil Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Communication and Social Justice (MA)
Computer Science (PhD and MSc); see also Applied Computing (MAC)
Criminology (MA)


Earth Sciences (PhD and MSc)
Economics (MA)
Education and Educational Studies (MEd and joint PhD)
Electrical Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Engineering Management (MEM)
Engineering Materials (PhD, MASc and MEng)
English (MA)
Environmental Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Environmental Science (PhD and MSc)


Film and Media Arts (MFA)


History (MA)


Industrial Engineering (MASc and MEng)
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (PhD)



Kinesiology (MHK and PhD)


Law (LLM)


Management (MM)

Materials Chemistry and Engineering (MMCE)
Mathematics and Statistics (PhD and MSc)
Mechanical Engineering – Automotive Option (MEng)
Mechanical Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Medical Biotechnology (MMB)


Nursing (PhD, MScN and MN; Graduate Diploma – Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner)


Philosophy (MA)
Physics (PhD and MSc)
Political Science (MA)
Psychology (PhD and MA)


Social Work (PhD, MSW, and MSW/JD)
Sociology (PhD and MA)

Sport Management and Leadership (MSML and PhD)


Translational Health Sciences (MSc)


Visual Arts (MFA)