UWaterloo Math | Upcoming workshops and webinars (Nov-Jan) PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 November 2021 17:50
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· Rankings - We are ranked as one of the top 200 universities in the world; we are ranked 50th in the world for our Engineering programs, 50th in the world for mathematics, and 23rd in the world for computer science (including data science).

· Programs - We offer over 100 programs from six facilities; popular programs include psychologyaviation, our business+ programspathways to medicineEngineering (we have 15 programs), mathematicsphysicscomputer sciencedata science, and geography.

· Co-op – Our job readiness program, called co-op, allows students to earn two years of work experience before they graduate. Help pay for your tuition and get real industry experience to build your resume and your networks. We rank 24th in the world for preparing graduates for full-time work.

· Tuition and scholarships – These are the costs of study and the funding opportunities available to offset these fees.

· International student supports – 30% of students on campus are international. There are lots of services and peer supports offered to those studying abroad, including help with study and work permit applications.

· Admissions and applying – We consider students for our programs based on their specific curriculum. See what you need to apply and be considered for Waterloo.

· Workshops and webinars – We host a variety of workshops and webinars to help students learn about our programs, admissions, student life, academic supports, tuition, and scholarships. Register to attend and get answers to all of your questions.

I am reaching out to you to remind you and your students that our Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo, in partnership with our Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) is hosting its last set of Math Speaker Series Workshops later this month. I would appreciate if you could remind your students to attend to learn about math and computer science in every day life.

I would also like to let you know that our team will be hosting Future Math Student Webinars in December and January. These webinars are designed to help students understand the differences between our mathematics and computer science programs and get answers to all of their admissions and university-related questions.

Details are below.

 Math Speaker Series Workshops – November 19 and 26

Join Professor J.P. Pretti and his talk on "Describing Artichoke Spirals and Counting Honey Bees" to learn about the Fibonacci sequence of numbers in nature. Compute the n-th Fibonacci number and understand why this might be important.

Registration is required: https://uwaterloo.ca/math/future-undergraduates/connect#Virtual-events

Our workshops are intended for mathematically-inclined students in grades 10 through 12.

Future Math Student Webinars – December 3 and January 12

Interested in studying mathematics or computer science at the University of Waterloo? Discover the program that is right for you and get all of your questions answered by attending our two talks.

  • December 3 | We do the Math! Comparing our Math and Computer Science Programs
  • January 12 | Ask Me Anything! All of Your Math Questions Answered

Registration is required: https://uwaterloo.ca/math/future-undergraduates/connect#Virtual-events

Our workshops are for students in their final year of study who are interested in applying to mathematics or computer science at the University of Waterloo for fall 2022.

To help notify your students of these events, I have included an email template that you can share.

Additional resources and supports

  • Schedule a math workshop - If you’d like us to host a math workshop with your students, please let me know. I can arrange a day and time that works. My team hosts math problem-solving workshops for students between grades 9 and 12. My team is not currently travelling but you can also let us know if you’d prefer an in-person math workshop.
  • Quick facts on math and computer science - A quick overview of our math programs, our rankings, and student services is available to you as a reference to share with your counsellors, teachers and students.
  • Book a one-on-one with a recruiter - I would be happy to book a one-on-one with students interested in learning more about our math programs and learning resources.
  • Take a virtual tour – Students can take a live or recorded tour of campus.
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