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The University of Windsor has developed a broad range of student exchange partnerships with other universities and post-secondary institutions around the world. Currently we have 25 exchange programs in 13 countries, involving over 40 different partner institutions.
Students who participate in one of these exchanges invariably report that it is the single most valuable part of their university experience.
Normally, students go on exchange for one or two semesters after completing four or more semesters of study at the University of Windsor. No tuition is charged by the partner institution; students continue to pay their University of Windsor tuition while they are away. Some financial assistance is also available.
All course credits obtained on exchange may be applied to the University of Windsor degree requirements as appropriate.
While some exchanges allow students to take their courses in English, students are particularly encouraged to consider exchanges which will promote second-language competence. In these cases, students should prepare by enrolling in relevant language courses at the University of Windsor from the time they begin their studies here.