Education & Training
We're home to several major research facilities and institutes of higher education. The latest addition - a 300,000 sq. ft. world-leading $112 million Centre for Engineering and Innovation is designed to promote creativity, collaboration, and an inventive spirit in addition to practical know-how. With several strategic initiatives linking higher education and workforce development, it's no wonder our area's post-secondary programs are internationally recognized as institutes of "hire" education.
- The College was established in 1967 and is a highly acclaimed public community college serving over 8,500 full time and 20,000 part-time learners on three campuses
- The College offers hundreds of career paths in health sciences, community studies, business and information technology, engineering technologies, and media, art & design
- Since 2004 we have added more than $1.24 million in academic upgrades including new computer labs, classroom technology and study space
- A recent $3.7 million student centre expansion means lots of space for studying & meeting other students
High provincial ratings with an employer satisfaction rating of 94% and an 80% graduate employment rate
- In 1857, Assumption College welcomed its first students. This small, liberal arts college was the original predecessor of the modern university
- The University of Windsor offers 794 distinct undergraduates programs, including double majors, 56 graduate programs and six professional programs for a total of 850 degree programs
- The University of Windsor is a safe, urban campus covering 51 hectares (125 acres) in Windsor, Ontario.
The university fields 13 athletic teams that compete for provincial and national championships.
- Establish in 1994, Collège Boréal, an official French language service provider, offers a wide range of post-secondary programs, language instruction for newcomers to Canada (LINK), an Academic Career Entrance program (ACE) and French as a second language certificate (FSL).
- With the recent acquisition of Place Concorde, the Windsor campus has become the most Southern of Collège Boréal’s 35 access centers throughout the province.
- Following the 2014-2015 publication of the Key Performance Indicators by Colleges Ontario, Collège Boréal has the highest graduation rate and the highest satisfaction rate in the province from its graduating students. 96% of surveyed employers would recommend hiring our graduates and 93.3% are satisfied after hiring them.
- The Corporate training branch is always eager to create partnerships with private firms and community organisations.