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Estd 1966Established Year
  • Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry- School of Western University
  • Medium of instruction- English.
  • Partnership with the University of Windsor
  • Clinical training in more than 60 rural and regional communities
  • International President’s Entrance Scholarship of CAD 50000 for meritorious students
  • Five seats reserved for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students


Faculty Members2400
MD Students698
DDS Students263
Graduate students1282
Post graduate medical trainees948
Post doctoral Scholars106
Percentage of International Students20%
Tuition Fee (UG) Canadian Students for Medicine/DentistryCAD 26652 – CAD 39268
Tuition Fee (Graduate) Canadian StudentsCAD 2355.67 – CAD 10138.33
Tuition Fee (UG) International Students for BMsc/DentistryCAD 28743 – CAD 82088
Tuition Fee (Graduate) International StudentsCAD 5963 – CAD 23537
Test Scores AcceptedTOEFL, IELTS and


  • Two campuses in Ontario – Windsor and London.
  • Campus preferences to be disclosed during admission interview.
  • Primary campus in London (Western University)
  • Windsor Campus- University of Windsor.
  • Undergraduate MD program, fellowships and 54 postgraduate training programs- Windsor Campus.
  • All undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses at- London Campus.
  • Housing facility- available at both campuses.

Residential Facilities

On campus housing at both campuses; listings for Off-Campus housing.


  • Windsor campus housing at Medical Arts Building.
  • Types of accommodation– Family Unit Accommodation and Single Unit Accommodation.
  • 2 family units and 21 single units.
  • Family unit- accommodation- 6 members of a family; 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 kitchen.
  • Single units- 1 bed, mini fridge, bathroom, microwave and television.


  • 3 on-campus residence options – Glenmore Apartments, Platt Lane Estates and London Hall.
  • Reserved for the graduate students.
  • Glenmore Apartment- single students, Platt Lane Estates- students with families.
  • Glenmore Apartments- 1 and 2 bedroom unfurnished apartments.
  • Platt Lane Estates- 2 and 3 bedroom unfurnished apartments.
  • London hall- 2 and 3 bedroom furnished rooms with double beds and meal plans.


Undergraduate medicine program or MD programs unavailable for international students.

Undergraduate ProgramsGraduate and Post Doctoral StudiesPost Graduate and Clinical GraduateInternational ProgramsProfessional ProgramsCombined Degree ProgramsProfessional Development Programs
BMSc (Bachelor of Medicine) BSc (Neuroscience)Masters Programs in 17 fields MSc MPH MCISc MCID PhDPGME Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery General Practice Residency Graduate OrthodonticsInternationally trained Dentistry ProgramMD DDSDental Clinician Scientist MD/PhD MD/BESc BMSc/HBA PhD/CAMPEPContinuing Medical Education Continuing Dental Education Staff Development Faculty Development

All About Application Process

Pre-requisites- International applicants

  • UG programs- passed standard 12.
  • Masters- 4-year degree course; 70% in last two years of undergraduate study.
  • Doctoral Programs- Master’s Degree and 70% average.
  • English Language Profif
English TestRequired Score
TOEFL86 (Internet Version)/550 (Paper-Pencil Version) and at least 20 as all individual scores
IELTS6 out of 9
MELABOverall score of 85 and 80 for each section
  • Submit transcripts as a PDF file.

How to apply?

  • Apply online at and fill the OMSAS form.
  • Application form availability for Dentistry or DDS- October.
  • For Graduate and Doctoral studies online forms- .

Application Fee

Medicine CoursesDentistry Courses’ Application FeeGraduate Orthodontics Application FeeOther Graduate Courses
Deposit - CAD 1000 Application Fee – CAD 125CAD 275CAD 250CAD 120

What after application?

International students- apply for study permits after application acceptance.

Cost and Expenses

Tuition Fee (UG) Canadian Students for Medicine/DentistryCAD 26652 – CAD 39268
Tuition Fee (Graduate) Canadian StudentsCAD 2355.67 – CAD 10138.33
Tuition Fee (UG) International Students for BMsc/DentistryCAD 28743 – CAD 82088
Tuition Fee (Graduate) International StudentsCAD 5963 – CAD 23537
Ancillary FeesCAD 1489.85
An estimated cost of living for International studentsCAD 16320 – CAD 21240
An estimated cost for Graduate Studies (Domestic)*CAD 9871 – CAD 10981
An estimated cost for Graduate Studies (International)*CAD 24480 – CAD 25680

*Includes tuition, book supplies and ancillary fees

Scholarship and Financial Aids

Financial Assistance via Western University and Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry for domestic and international students.

Bursaries offered by Western University

  • Available for Canadian citizens only.
  • Mentionable –
    • Fairmont foundation International Learning bursary

Paid Research Projects

  • Work on paid research projects.
  • CAD 4500- Summer research projects (SRTP program)
  • CAD 5500- Schulich Research Opportunities Program.
  • CAD 5000- Schulich-UWindsor Opportunities for Research Excellence Program (SWORP)

Scholarships for International Students offered by Western University

  • Offered on merit-basis.
  • Applicable for full-time students in the first year.
  • Mentionable Scholarships –
    1. Western Scholarship of Excellence – CAD 2000
    2. Western Scholarship of Distinction – CAD 1000
    3. Continuing Admission Scholarship – CAD 10,000

NSERC Undergraduate Research Awards

  • For undergraduate students to work in research projects under a faculty member
  • Stipend- CAD 4500

Fellowship for Graduate and Post-doctoral students

  • Mentionable awards
    1. Soroptimist Foundation Canada – CAD 7500
    2. H.L Holmes Award – CAD 100,000 per year

Medical and Dentistry Scholarships

  • Apply online at
  • Value of Medical scholarship – CAD 26200
  • Value of Dentistry Scholarship – CAD 42000
  • Offered on merit and financial need.
  • Submit Financial Assistance Application (for Dentistry), and Schulich Scholarship Supplemental Application (for both)

Other financial aids

  • Student Loans
  • Research Grants
  • Study Grants
  • Government Loans

Work-Study Program

  • Available for domestic and international students.
  • For full-time students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs.
  • For undergraduate international students.
  • Provide proof of financial need.
  • For students enrolled in main campus.
  • Foreign students- obtain study permit and a Social Insurance Number (SIN).

Alumni Network


  • Free of cost alumni cards for –
    1. Auto, home, travel, term life insurances, income protection, accident covers, illness protection, health and dental insurance.
    2. Discounts at restaurants, retail stores, alumni events and bookstores at Western.
    3. Discounts on online purchases.
    4. 10% discount on professional development courses at the university.
    5. Library privileges.
  • Career management consultation.
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