Promote international engagement

Lucas Dodson walking along mountain pathWhile completing a co-op placement with the Schaeffler Group in Germany, engineering student Lucas Dodson explored more than 20 countries, including this trip through the Swiss Alps.

Overseas co-op placement provides life-changing experience

A co-op placement at the German headquarters of the Schaeffler Group can prove a life-changing experience for UWindsor students.

Dancer in traditional Indian dress.Registration is now open for presenters at the 2021 Celebration of Nations cultural festival, which will be held online.

Celebration of Nations seeking participation

Registration is now open for presenters at the 2021 Celebration of Nations cultural festival, which will be held online.

Dillon HallThe University is set to welcome international students with a rigorous pandemic plan approved by federal, provincial, and local health agencies.

Rigorous plan to guide international students’ return this month

The University is set to welcome international students with a rigorous pandemic plan approved by federal, provincial, and local health agencies.

The University of Windsor's Welcome Centre is pictured in this file photo.

International students to get financial relief through new scholarships and experiential learning opportunities

The University of Windsor announced Wednesday the additional investment of $700,000 into three scholarships and experiential learning programs designed to relieve some of the financial strain experienced by international students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This total investment into incremental financial support for international students in 2020 now exceeds $1.2 million.