The Schulich Windsor Campus is located on the grounds of the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ontario which is Canada’s southernmost city and has some of the country’s best weather.
Your learning experience
Pre-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.
Practical experience occurs at hospital sites located close to campus:
Clinical placements occur throughout the City of Windsor and Essex County at:
- Hospital inpatient wards and out-patient clinics.
- Community clinics and private offices encompassing various specialties.
Research experiences are available through nationally and internationally acclaimed clinical, educational, basic science and quality improvement researchers at the University of Windsor. You can also apply to participate in the Schulich UWindsor Opportunities for Research Excellence Program and complete research projects during the summer.
Your class will quickly become your extended family. Meet some of the current students and hear about their experiences at the Windsor Campus.
“The Windsor campus is special because of its incredible sense of community. It’s amazing to know you always have an incredible network of people who will celebrate your successes with you, support you through your challenges, and are always willing to listen.” Watch Video
“The contact with physicians is really great. When you get into Clerkship you get a huge amount of hands-on experience. In Obstetrics for example, some classmates helped deliver over 30 babies – just a huge amount of clinical training. Even when I did a summer elective, I got assigned my own patients and felt a real part of the health care team. I love knowing that when it comes time for electives in fourth year, I will be a competitive medical student.” Watch Video
"One of the great things about the Windsor Campus is our building, better known as the Dr. Murray O’Neil Medical Education Centre. The building was officially opened in 2008 and offers two lecture theatres, multiple small group rooms (some of which have the ability to connect directly to London to facilitate inter campus meetings for clubs and interest groups), our anatomy lab and several brand-new clinical skills suites. Plus, we have a giant “green wall” made out of real plants which you will hear many medical students rave about." Watch Video
Windsor – your home for the next four years
Learn more about everything that the City of Windsor has to offer.