University of Windsor - Master's Degree
University of Windsor traces its early beginnings from the year 1857, when it first opened its doors to students as the Assumption College. At the time, it started as a small liberal arts college that has grown to become among the largest colleges associated with the University of Western Ontario and by 1950, it started admitting its first batch of female students. Six years later, it achieved university status as Assumption University before finally becoming University of Windsor in 1962.
Today, University of Windsor continues to attract students, faculty and staff from around the world, with up to 17% of its student population of more than 15,000 students consisting of international students coming from nearly 100 foreign countries. The university offers over 250 baccalaureate majors and minors, as well as 37 master's degree programs in areas of law, business, engineering, education, nursing, human kinetics, and social work. Its 125-acre campus lies in the heart of the Detroit-Windsor metropolitan area that is safe and bustling with various possible outdoor activities just within reach of students.
- Minimum GPA 3.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 83
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50