The University of Windsor is located in The “automobile capital” of Canada, just across the river from Detroit of the United States. It is the southernmost university in Canada.
Founded in 1857, the school has a history of more than 150 years.
The University of Windsor has one of the highest rates of overseas undergraduate students in Canada and is one of the few Canadian universities with major programs in drama, music and visual arts.
The University of Windsor ranks 8th in the comprehensive category in Canada’s prestigious McLean magazine’s 2008 University Rankings.
The University of Windsor is committed to strengthening education and research in the fields of engineering, science and the creative arts.
The University has a school of humanities and Social Sciences, a School of Education, a School of engineering, a School of human dynamics, a School of law, a school of nursing, a school of science and a graduate school.
The main majors of the university include anthropology, media studies, dramatic art, Language, literature and culture, music, women’s studies, civil engineering, computer engineering, biological science, computer science, human dynamics, communication engineering and so on.