University of Windsor: Scholarships and Employment are Waiting For You
The University of Windsor is proud to offer a competitive funding program for graduate students.
Want to compete your post-graduate schooling in Canada but unsure how to pay for it? The University of Windsor has options available for you.
Scholarships for both Canadian and International students: Students entering research-based programs with averages that meet or exceed the equivalent of a Canadian 80% will be considered for an entrance scholarship.
Graduate (teaching) Assistantships: Additional funding is available in a teaching capacity through individual academic departments and/or research assistantships from the supervisor’s research grant.
Co-operative Education Programs: Co-op, Career and Employment Services offers a variety of programs and resources that assist UWindsor students and recent graduates to connect with job and volunteer opportunities, hands on learning experiences and career development matters including; resume writing, interview skills and career planning.
Working part-time: Students studying in Canada at a full-time level, can work up to 20 hours per week on or off campus (total). The University of Windsor offers many on-campus work opportunities as well as many close by off campus jobs are available too.
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