A public research university, the University of Waterloo provides over 290 undergraduate and graduate programs. The university offers graduates an ideal platform to develop their talents in a professional setting because it is located in Canada’s technology capital. Waterloo was voted first in Canada for professional preparation in a Maclean’s magazine study of 2,400 students at all levels of education.
The University of Waterloo has 6 faculties and 12 faculty schools to oversee the delivery of its academic programs, which are attended by 31,380 undergraduate students and 5,290 graduate students.
Waterloo University offers numerous opportunities for students to explore their interests, including the biggest cooperative education program in North America, international exchanges, clubs, certificate programs, laboratory assignments, and on-site study. In order to improve educational quality and equity, the university actively supports gender equality and student diversity. Waterloo University encourages equality for all students, regardless of gender or sexuality, with 48% of undergraduate students and 44% of postgraduate students being female.
Students can build their own careers in whichever field they choose to follow in the future with the aid of training sessions in organizational progression and leadership.
- Host University: University of Waterloo
- Host Country: Canada
- Study Level: Masters Level
- Type of Scholarship: Fully Funded;
- Scholarship Worth: $30,000;
- Eligible Countries: International and National Students
- Courses: Astronomy and Physics
- Application Deadline: August 1, 2023.
National and international students who wish to pursue a master’s degree in physics or astronomy at the University of Waterloo in Canada can now apply for the Perimeter Scholars International Awards.
- Each applicant will get a $30,000 stipend in addition to full funding for their Canadian degree.
- Candidates must successfully complete all requirements for admission to the international Perimeter Scholars program in order to be eligible for consideration for admission. They could be residents of Canada, foreign students, or Canadian citizens.
- Applicants must be accepted into the University of Waterloo’s Master’s program in order to enroll in this program.
The university must receive the following paperwork;
- Academic transcripts, credentials, a writing sample, a curriculum vitae, and the Supplementary Information Form (SIF)
- Letter and a writing Sample
- Curriculum Vitae
- Supplementary Information Form (SIF)
- Successful applicants must have earned a Bachelor’s degree in science or a closely related discipline with First Class Honors or equivalent and a minimum grade of 75%.
Conditions of Language
- Candidates must show that they have a good knowledge of the English language.
Please visit the official website linked below for further details: