Nursing, University of Windsor

University of Windsor Canada

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The award

How long you will study
3 - 4 Years

Domestic course fees
CAD 21500 per semester

How you will study

Course starts
June, November, March

International course fees
CAD 21500 per semester

All study options

About Nursing at University of Windsor

Provides a broad educational background in all necessary areas of nursing, science and the social sciences

Provides students with the opportunity to practise throughout the program in hospitals, schools, homes, clinics, industry, and other community health settings

Focuses on health promotion, health prevention and protection, health maintenance, restoration, and palliation

Offers the benefits of independent learning laboratories, simulated activities and individual conferences with faculty advisors

Provides prerequisites for fourth-year BScN students to write the exams to become registered nurses*

Study options for this course

  • The award How you will study How long you will study Course starts Domestic course fees International course fees
  • The awardBScHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study3 - 4 years
    Course startsJune, November, MarchDomestic course feesCAD 21500 per semesterInternational course feesCAD 21500 per semester

Notes about fees for this course

Fees are an estimation and are based on tuition for eight (8) months or two (2) academic terms. Does not include Incidental Fees ($1,600-$1,700*), Textbooks ($1,000*), Living Expenses ($5,800**), or Meal Plan ($2,300***).

* Incidental Fees and Textbooks are approximate

** Living on campus in Laurier Hall, traditional double

*** Light meal plan. Not needed if living off campus

Entry requirements

85% (Second Average: 80%)

ENG4U, SBI4U, SCH4U and one Grade 12 Mathematics are required.

minimum 65% average in ENG4U

Nursing second average is the suggested minimum average of chemistry and biology.

* Graduates from all nursing programs in Canada are required to pass the NCLEX Registered Nurse and Jurisprudence Examinations. Ontario graduates who successfully complete their examinations are eligible to become Registered Nurses through the College of Nurses of Ontario. A BScN graduate may also pursue graduate studies or further education in a specialty of interest.

English Language Proficiency

The following are many different types of English proficiency tests that the university accepts with the minimum required scores:

TOEFL - Computer based score: 220 with Test of Written English score: 4.5. Internet based score: 83 with essay score: 20.

IELTS: 6.5.

CAEL: 60.

MELAB: 85.

For more information, please click here and address yourself to the 'Proof of English language proficiency' section:

ELIP: For more information on ELIP, click here:

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