Take The English Test

Windsor University has integrated with EF SET to offer a free 50 minutes online English Test for those who do not have proof of English Proficiency and are skilled in English. 

This assessment will test your reading and listening skills with a series of MCQs. All you need is an updated internet browser, a stable internet connection, and an earphone/ headphone to listen carefully to instructions.

Windsor University utilizes this examination to check whether your proficiency in the English Language. This evaluation is designed with criteria similar to that of recognized and prestigious English Proficiency Exams such as TOFEL, IELTS, etc…

Admission Requirements Steps

1- Identification Document

Applicants should submit a copy of their passport or national identification document.

2- Degree

Applicants should have obtained at least Bachelor's Degree or equivalent.

3- Letter of Recommendation

This Letter should be written by an individual or entity knowledgeable of the applicant's academic background and/or work experience.

4- Resume

Applicants should submit a resume containing at least six months of work experience.

5- Proof of English Proficiency

Applicants should either:
A. Be native English speakers
B. Have obtained at least a Bachelor degree or its equivalent, which was taught in English
C. Have got a minimum score in any of the following English Proficiency exams

English Proficiency

English Proficiency QualificationMinimum Score Required For Graduate Students
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Paper-based Test (PBT)530
EF SET50
TOEFL Internet-based Test (IBT)71
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) General or Academic Test6
Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic Test50
Eiken English Proficiency ExamPre-1
ACT COMPASSLevel 3
Exams identified within the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)B-2

English Proficiency Exemption Policy

Windsor University may provide the academic program in languages other than English, depending on the enrolled students’ demand. However, each course’s tuition fee will increase by 25% up to 50% since the University will need to provide instructors who can communicate with the preferred language. This policy is valid for all courses and extends to one year after the mentioned students’ graduation.
Upon submitting proof of English Proficiency, Students will be subjected to regular tuition fees. Also, students must submit proof of English Proficiency before the expiry of this policy to receive their graduation certificate. Students failing to submit such evidence will only obtain a certificate of attendance for the academic program.

Admission Requirement FAQs [Frequently Asked Question]

Applicants should submit a copy of their passport or national identification document. In addition, Windsor University may request the applicant to attend a short online interview with a university representative via Zoom or other similar software to verify the applicant's submitted identification documents.

Applicants should have obtained at least Bachelor's Degree or equivalent. Windsor University may request applicants to notarize their Degree from a relevant entity and/or contact the entity from which the applicant graduated.

This Letter should be written by an individual or entity knowledgeable of the applicant's academic background and/or work experience. Windsor University may contact the writer of the recommendation letter to verify the submitted documents.

Applicants should submit a resume containing at least six months of work experience or internship. Windsor University may contact the organization where the applicant obtained the mentioned experience/training to verify the submitted document.

Applicants should either:

  • Be native English speakers
  • Have obtained at least a Bachelor degree or its equivalent, which was taught in English
  • Have got a minimum score in any of the following English Proficiency exams:

English Proficiency QualificationMinimum Score Required for Graduate Students
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Paper-based Test (PBT)530
TOEFL Internet-based Test (IBT)71
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) General or Academic Test6
Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic Test50
Eiken English Proficiency ExamPre-1
ACT COMPASSLevel 3
Exams identified within the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)B-2
EF SET - 50 Minutes Exam50

Notice: Windsor University may request the applicant notarize the supporting documents and/or contact the entity from which the applicant received the proof.

 

Windsor University may provide the academic program in languages other than English, depending on the enrolled students' demand. However, each course's tuition fee will increase by 25% up to 50% since the University will need to provide instructors who can communicate with the preferred language. This policy is valid for all courses and extends to one year after the mentioned students' graduation.

Upon submitting proof of English Proficiency, Students will be subjected to regular tuition fees. Also, students must submit proof of English Proficiency before the expiry of this policy to receive their graduation certificate. Students failing to submit such evidence will only obtain a certificate of attendance for the academic program.

Applicants should:

This process's deadline is the starting date of the academic program (January 2, 2022).

Verification & Review

Windsor University will verify the submitted documents. Then, the University will process the verified documents and reply to the applicants within 21 days. If the applicant has fulfilled all the admission requirements, the Institute will e-mail them with the Enrollment Agreement. This form should be filled in and sent back within 21 days.

If applicants did not reply before the assigned deadline, the University would assume they have withdrawn and terminate their application process. Applicants having difficulties and/or complaints should e-mail the Student Affairs Department at Student.Affairs@WindsorUniversity.US.

Enrollment

Currently, Windsor University has only one intake (January). However, the University will add up to two additional intakes (May and September) depending on enrolled students.

Students should enroll for three preparation courses in semester 1, three core courses in semester 2, three core courses in semester 3, three elective courses in semester 4, three elective courses in semester 5, and one capstone course in semester 6.

Upon enrollment, students will receive their unique username and password, which they can use to access the University's LMS platform, digital Library, and other online facilities provided by the Institute. Students are responsible for the privacy of their academic login information. Students facing difficulties logging into any university's online services should inform the technical support staff at Technology@WindsorUniversity.US.

Transfer of Credit

Currently, Windsor University will review Credit Transfer requests case by case. Therefore, students transferring from Windsor University should request the necessary official documents from the Institute by e-mailing the Student Affairs Department and paying the assigned fees. This fee depends on the nature of the requested records, the requesting student's academic status, and the University the student is transferring to.

On the other hand, students transferring to Windsor University should inquire about the necessary documents, transfer of credit fees, and the process and procedure. These depend on the transferring student's academic status and the nature university the student is transferring from.

Attendance

Upon meeting the attendance requirement for a course/program, students may preview and download the certificate of attendance for the said course/program.

Completion

Upon meeting the passing grade for a course/program, students may preview and download the course/program completion certificate.

Graduation

Upon graduation, students should pay the non-refundable certificate of completion/attendance fee of $300 (excluding shipping fees) to receive their notarized Graduation Certificate. They need to have met the graduation requirements stated below. Additionally, they should have no pending issues, i.e., they paid their due fees and submitted proof of English Proficiency if applicable. Suppose students request a notarized Official Transcript. In that case, they should pay the non-refundable Official Transcript fees of $100 (excluding shipping and notarization fees). Then, they should confirm their payment by e-mailing the Student Affairs Department (Student.Affairs@WindsorUniversity.US) the online receipt and their request.

Withdrawal

Students withdrawing from the program can still print their certificate of attendance and completion for their respective courses.

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