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How difficult is it to get into University of Waterloo?
The acceptance rate at University of Waterloo is 53\%. For every 100 applicants, 53 are admitted. This means the school is moderately selective. The school expects you to meet their requirements for GPA and SAT/ACT scores, but they’re more flexible than other schools.
What are the top 5 colleges in Canada?
The Best of Canada Colleges and Universities
- George Brown College.
- Seneca College.
- Red River College.
- McGill University.
- University of Waterloo.
- University of Alberta.
- University of British Columbia.
- University of Toronto.
How difficult is it to get into the University of Waterloo?
How difficult it is to get into the University of Waterloo depends on which program you’re looking at. Generally speaking, Waterloo’s Engineering programs are most competitive though they vary as well (Software and Biomedical being the hardest to get into, and Architecture and Geological being much more relaxed).
How do I get a proof of enrolment from Waterloo?
If you were enrolled prior to September 2001 and did not graduate with a degree from the University of Waterloo, please call our office at 519-888-4567, ext. 42268 to request an official proof of enrolment. We process requests daily, Monday to Friday, except when the University is closed. FEES AND PAYMENT OPTIONS
How competitive are engineering programs at Waterloo University?
Generally speaking, Waterloo’s Engineering programs are most competitive though they vary as well (Software and Biomedical being the hardest to get into, and Architecture and Geological being much more relaxed). You can find the admissions average grades and chance of acceptance for each engineering program here.
Where can I get a transcript from the University of Waterloo?
Service Desk can also create an account for anyone that has graduated with a degree from the University of Waterloo, or for any student that has been enrolled in at least one course since September 2001. Visit The Centre during business hours to process on-the-spot transcripts.