University of Windsor
The University of Windsor is a Canadian public research university located in Windsor. It was founded in 1857, making it Canada's southernmost university. Today, the University of Windsor (UWindsor) is a recognised research university that offers entry to hundreds of certificate, diploma, and degree programmes. The University of Windsor offers 120 undergraduate programmes, 70 graduate programmes, and six professional programmes to international students.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 2,942,190 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is roughly 1,326,562 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


Students at the university can choose between traditional and suite-style housing. The University of Windsor has four residence halls for students. Traditional rooms can be seen in Macdonald Hall and Laurier Hall. These halls include single and double occupancy rooms, as well as communal restrooms and lounge area. Suite-style rooms with single occupancy are available in Cartier and Alumni Halls. All residence students must select a meal plan from a menu of options ranging in price from 3,000 to 4,000 USD. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is 550 to 600 CAD.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total enrollment of 15800 students. International students from approximately 100 countries make up 23% of the total student body, reflecting the university's cultural variety. It is a reasonably competitive institute, with a 64 percent acceptance rate.


The institution is built on a beautiful campus in the middle of the Windsor-Detroit metropolitan area, with a scenic view and an abundance of possibilities to learn and grow. The campus is around seven kilometres from downtown Windsor and is near the picturesque Detroit River, as well as restaurants, cafes, and book stores. A residential community surrounds the university. There is also a small arboretum, a huge food court, and the major school bookstore here. It also features a student stadium near St. Denis Center. The Leddy Library, the institute's main library, houses about 3 million books and other objects.


All Programs at the University of Windsor are fully accredited by the Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance.

Jobs and Placement

Along with their academics, the university trains its students for a professional career. Graduates of the University of Windsor earn an average salary of 60,338 CAD. IBM, BlackBerry Mobiles, and other companies are among the top Recruiting Companies at the university.

QS Ranking

#701-750 in QS Global World Ranking, 2022.

The Ranking

#601-800 in World University Rankings Times Higher Education, 2022.

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