Two Campuses, One CurriculumA total of 171 students are admitted into Year One of the Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program:
- 133 in London
- 38 in Windsor
Students in London and Windsor participate in the same curriculum.
Applicants invited to interview will have an opportunity to indicate their preferred campus, should they receive an offer of admission. While campus preference is taken into consideration, Schulich Medicine is unable to guarantee a preferred campus.
Schulich Medicine London CampusPre-clinical learning takes place primarily in two environments at Western University:
- Medical Sciences Building: classrooms equipped with video-conferencing capabilities to facilitate concurrent learning in London and Windsor.
- Donald Rix Clinical Skills Learning Building: 16 simulated examination rooms, discussion rooms, and observation rooms to facilitate small group learning in London.
- London Health Sciences Centre comprised of University Hospital, Victoria Hospital, the Children’s Hospital, and the London Regional Cancer Program.
- Joseph’s Health Care London.
- Hospital inpatient wards and outpatient clinics.
- Regional clinics and private physician offices encompassing various specialties.
- Western University
- Robarts Research Institute
- Children’s Health Research Institute
- Lawson Health Research Institute
Facts about London, The Forest City
- Canada’s 11th largest city, home to approximately 400,000 people and over 4.5 million trees.
- Ethnoculturally diverse: one in five Londoners is an immigrant, more than 140 languages spoken as a mother tongue, a variety of dedicated cultural and religious centres.
- Proximity to three Indigenous communities: Chippewa of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Munsee-Delaware Nation.
- Over 40 kilometers of dedicated running and cycling paths in the heart of the city, proximity to several beaches, hiking trails, and downhill and cross-country skiing venues in the surrounding area.
- Vibrant music, arts and culture scene: Aeolian Hall, London Music Hall, Museum London, Grand Theatre, Palace Theatre, Stratford Festival, Huron County Playhouse.
- Sports teams and recreation facilities: London Knights, London Majors, Budweiser Gardens.
- Thriving food and restaurant scene including ethnocultural restaurants and Farmer’s Markets.
- Proximity to major urban centres and transportation gateways: Toronto (2 hours), Windsor-Detroit (90 minutes), Sarnia-Port Huron (90 minutes).
Schulich Medicine Windsor CampusPre-clinical learning takes place primarily in the Dr. Murray O'Neil Medical Education Centre at the University of Windsor. For a virtual tour click here.
- Classrooms equipped with video-conferencing capabilities to facilitate concurrent learning in Windsor and London.
- Small group learning suites, a complete on-site clinical skills laboratory with 10 skills rooms and two observation rooms, and gross anatomy and virtual anatomy labs with high definition video systems to facilitate small group-learning.
- Hospital inpatient wards and out-patient clinics.
- Community clinics and private offices encompassing various specialties.
Facts about Windsor
- Canada’s 16th largest city, home to approximately 350,000 people and proud international gateway between Canada and the United States.
- One of the most ethnoculturally diverse cities in Ontario: one in four Windsorites is an immigrant, many dedicated cultural and religious centres.
- Proximity to Indigenous communities: Aamjiwnaagn First Nation, Caldwell First Nation, Delaware Nation at Moraviantown (Eelunaapeewi Lahkeewiit), Walpole Island First Nation (Bkejwanong)
- Outdoor activities include waterfront walking and cycling trails and many kilometres of converted railway trails throughout Essex County.
- Vibrant arts, culture, and sporting events in Windsor (Art Gallery of Windsor, Caesars Windsor) and nearby Detroit (Detroit Institute of Art, Comerica Park, Ford Field).
- Thriving food and restaurant scene including local, ethnocultural restaurants as well as several Farmer’s Markets for local fresh produce.