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Money & Financial Information

International students can get money back from last year's taxes, but you must file a tax return form. To learn more about this process the ISC presents information sessions every winter semester (between the end of February and the begining of March) and free tax clinics through March.

To calculate fees for any program, find out deadlines, and how to calculate interest for tuition fees, visit this website

CIBC International Student Pay

To calculate fees for any program, find out deadlines, and how to calculate interest for tuition fees, visit the Cashiers website

A new secure online portal for International Students to make arrangement for payments to the University of Windsor in the student’s local currency. The quote and payment instructions the student receives are good for 72 hours (excluding weekends).

There are no transaction charges from CIBC or from Windsor. Click here for more information about CIBC International Student Pay                                                                                    

Am I eligible for Domestic Tuition rates?

There are a number or bursaries given to international students during the fall and winter semesters, to apply for these you most view the ISC announcements on Blackboard periodically for announcements, conditions, deadlines, etc.

Students from some countries require letters from the University stating how much money they need for tuition and living expenses. here is how to get them.