The University of Waterloo is a public research institute offering over 290 undergraduate and graduate programs. Located in the heart of Canada’s technology hub, the university provides graduates with an excellent platform to enhance their skills in a professional environment. A national survey of 2,400 students by Maclean’s Magazine ranked Waterloo first in Canada for career preparation.
With 31,380 undergraduates and 5,290 postgraduates, the University of Waterloo has 6 faculties and 12 faculties for the management of its academic programs.
The largest cooperative education program in North America, international exchanges, clubs, certification programs, laboratory work and on-site studies are all aspects of the ways in which Waterloo allows students to explore their interests. The university actively promotes student diversity and gender equality to bring excellence and equality to education. With 48% undergraduate women and 44% postgraduate women, Waterloo supports equality for all students, regardless of gender or sexuality.
With the help of leadership training sessions and organizational advancement, students can develop their own careers in whatever they choose to pursue in the future.
- Host University: University of Waterloo?
- Host country: Canada;
- Level of education: Master Level?
- Type of scholarship: Fully funded
- Scholarship value: $ 30,000;
- Eligible countries: International Students and National Students.
- Lessons: Astronomy and Physics?
- Application deadline: June 1stag2022.
The Perimeter Scholars International Awards are now available for National and International students seeking a Master of Science (MSc) in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Waterloo, Canada.
All applicants will receive a $ 30,000 grant and full financial contributions for their degree in Canada.
In order to be considered for admission, applicants must successfully complete all the requirements for admission to the international Perimeter Scholars program. They can be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or international students.
To enroll in this program it is necessary for the candidates to be admitted to the postgraduate program of the University of Waterloo.
The following documents must be submitted to the university:
- academic records,
- Supplementary Information Form (SIF),
- Curriculum vitae,
- Letter and writing sample
Successful candidates must have completed a Bachelor’s Degree with an Excellent First Degree or equivalent in science or similar field, with a minimum grade of 75%.
Applicants must demonstrate a good knowledge of English.
For more information, visit the official website below: