International students are automatically considered for the University of Windsor Open Entrance Scholarship program provided that the following conditions are met:
- Must be coming directly from secondary school studies - the student must have completed a minimum of one term of full-time secondary school studies in the year immediately preceding the academic year that they are applying for.
- In the year immediately preceding, the student is not considered to have returned to secondary school studies to upgrade after a year or more break in studies.
While a student may receive an offer of admission, scholarship eligibility is based on final and interim Grade 12 (U and M level equivalent) grades received (between May and July). Once all final grades are received, scholarship eligibility will be reviewed should grades improve sufficient to move in to the next scholarship tier.
Students must be entering the Fall term as a full-time student. Winter start students are not considered unless planning to register as a full-time student in the Summer term immediately following Winter. Winter start students will need to contact the Student Awards & Financial Aid Office via email to email@example.com for eligibility inquiries.
Scholarship notification is sent to students via email.
International students are automatically considered for Transfer Student Scholarships provided that the eligibility criteria has been met.
Scholarship Average: 95 - 100%
India Equivalent: 95.5 - 100%
China Equivalent: 96 - 100%
Scholarship Average: 90 - 94.4%
India Equivalent: 90 - 95.4%
China Equivalent: 92 - 95.9%
Scholarship Average: 85 - 89.9%
India Equivalent: 85.5 - 89.9%
China Equivalent: 88 - 91.9%
Scholarship Average: 80 - 84.9%
India Equivalent: 80 - 84.4%
China Equivalent: 84 - 87.9%
If you are registered in Winter 2019, click here to learn about how to apply for awards that require an application.
If you are a propective 2019-2020 student, additional information will be available in this section on/after the beginning of February 2019.
Visit our International Student Centre for additional supports as well as additional 'money matters' information specific to international students.
Graduate scholarships and financial aid is administered from the Department of Graduate Studies.
Government sponsored financial aid is not available to international students. To be considered, students must be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents or considered a Protected Person of Canada.