University of Waterloo
higher education institution in Canada.
The studies at University of Waterloo began in 1957. University of Waterloo has an urban campus in Waterloo.
University of Waterloo is one of the leading universities of Canada.
University of Waterloo is in the top 5% according to the international rankings. According to the specialists, the university’s strengths are as follows: «Arts and Humanities», «Engineering and Technology», «Life Sciences and Medicine», «Natural Science», «Social Sciences and Management», «Mathematics», «Chemistry», «Computer Science», «Economics & Business».
The university is in the top 200 in the quality of education criterion. International rankings note that the university is popular among employers.
Application process and the cost of tuition.
The academic year consists of two semesters.
A year of bachelor studies will cost you around 17,600 USD.
Those who wish to get their master’s degree here should be ready to spend at least 17,600 USD per year.
For more accurate information regarding UW tuition fees please visit the official website of the university http://uwaterloo.ca
The composition of the university.
University of Waterloo is classified as a large university with more than 33,000 concurrent students.
Foreign applicants are not excluded from the admission process.
One in 5 students is a foreigner.
The university employs 1600 teachers and professors. The amount of foreign specialists is very considerable.
The university has international partners which allows its students to participate in exchange programs.
The university has social media profiles Twitter
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Infrastructure of UW.
The university has a dedicated library.
University of Waterloo is a part of the following groups Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), Group of Thirteen (G13), Council of Ontario Universities (COU), Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS), Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate (CUSID), Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), Canadian University Press (CUP).