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What are my chances of getting into Waterloo?
The admission average is your top 6 courses, which include English, Advanced Functions, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and one other course. This is the most important factor, as you can objectively control this score. However, for the most competitive programs, a 96\% average yields about a 40\% chance of getting in.
What is special about University of Waterloo?
Unmatched experience. Waterloo is home to the largest co-operative education program of its kind in North America. There’s an entire building (the Tatham Centre) dedicated to co-op. It has 130 interview rooms and 37 phone/webcam stations where interviews are held with our 7,100+ employers year-round.
What are the admission requirements for international students at University of Waterloo?
In order to be eligible for admission to University of Waterloo, international students need to meet both program-specific and general requirements. Along with academic requirements, the students need to fulfill English language proficiency requirements. The specific eligibility requirements as per the level of program are given below:
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.
Why choose UWaterloo?
University of Waterloo is consistently ranked as one of the most innovative universities in Canada by Maclean. Supporting the environment of risk-taking, inquisitiveness, leadership and entrepreneurship, the university attracts the brightest minds from all over the world.
How much does it cost to live in Waterloo University?
Main Waterloo Residences: These residences include both suite/apartment style and traditional dorm style rooms with around 320 to 1,380 students in each residence. Depending on the number of rooms and facilities, the cost of these residences varies from approximately CAD 2,000 to CAD 5,000 per term.