The University of Waterloo is a public research institution that offers over 290 undergraduate and graduate programs. Situated in the heart of Canada’s technology hub, the university provides graduates with an excellent platform to strengthen their skills in a professional environment. A national survey of 2,400 students conducted by Maclean’s magazine ranked Waterloo first in Canada for career preparation.
With 31,380 undergraduate students and 5,290 graduate students, the university of Waterloo has 6 faculties and 12 faculty schools to administer its academic programs.
The largest cooperative education program in North America, international exchanges, clubs, certificate programs, laboratory assignments, and on-site studies are all aspects of the ways in which Waterloo allows students to investigate their interests. The university actively promotes student diversity and gender equality to bring excellence and equity to education. With 48% female undergraduates and 44% female postgraduates, Waterloo supports equality for all students, regardless of gender or sexuality.
With the help of training sessions in the areas of leadership and organizational advancement, students can develop their own careers in whatever they choose to pursue in the future.
Perimeter Scholars International Award
- Host University: University of Waterloo;
- Host Country: Canada;
- Study Level: Masters Level;
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
- Scholarship Worth: 30,000$;
- Eligible Countries: International Students and National Students;
- Subjects: Astronomy and Physics;
- Application Deadline: June 1st, 2022.
The Perimeter Scholars International Awards are now available for National and International Students who want to get a Masters degree in the fields of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Waterloo, Canada.
All applicants will be awarded a $30,000 grant and full financial contributions towards their degree in Canada.
In order to be considered for admission, candidates are required to successfully complete all the requirements for admission to the international Perimeter Scholars program. They can be Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or international students.
In order to enroll in this program it is necessary for applicants to be accepted into the University of Waterloo’s Master’s program.
The following documents must be submitted to the university:
- Academic records,
- Supplementary Information Form (SIF),
- Curriculum vitae,
- Letter, and a writing sample
Successful candidates are required to have completed a Bachelor’s degree with a First Class Honors or equivalent in science or a similar field, with a minimum grade of 75%.
Conditions of Language:
Applicants should demonstrate a good knowledge of the English language.
For more information, please visit the official website HERE.
You can also check out the University Graduate Scholarship.
The University of Waterloo Graduate Scholarship, normally valued at $1,000 per term for up to three terms, is awarded to graduate students registered full time in a Master’s or Doctoral program at the University of Waterloo. Eligible students must have a minimum first-class (80%) cumulative average in their current program or over the last two full-time academic years and be within the time limits of their graduate program. No application is required, graduate departments will nominate eligible students automatically based on their allocation of funds.
Normally a minimum of $1,000 per term for up to three terms (value and duration may vary, depending on other funding the student may be receiving).
Eligibility & selection criteria
- Domestic and international graduate students registered full time in a Master’s or Doctoral program.
- Minimum first-class (80%) cumulative average in the current program or over the last two full-time academic years required.
- Must be within the time limits of the program.
- No application is required. Departments will nominate students automatically based on their allocation of funds.
Level: Masters, Doctoral
Program: Open to any program
Citizenship: Canadian/Permanent resident, International/study permit student
Selection process: Student selected automatically by Faculty/Department
Read MORE HERE.
International Student Entrance Scholarship
Award type: Entrance scholarships
Award Description: Twenty scholarships, valued at $10,000 each, are awarded annually to outstanding international students admitted to Year One of an undergraduate degree program. International students admitted with an admission average of 90% or above will be considered. Selection will be based on academic achievement combined with any other Faculty-specific entrance scholarship criteria. An application is not required.
Eligibility & selection criteria:
- academic performance
- Admission Information Form (AIF) may be also be considered
- Euclid Math Contest results (Mathematics students only)
Program: Open to any program
Citizenship: International student
Application required?: No