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Aviation at the University of Waterloo is the largest university-level aviation program in Canada. The university's strength in science, environment, geomatics, and technology, along with training from one of the top flight schools in the country, prepares our student for outstanding careers in the aviation and aerospace industries.

  1. Nov. 19, 2019University of Waterloo recognized as an innovator in aviation training and research
    Waterloo Aviation students and graduates gathered at the Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre

    The University of Waterloo has been recognized by the Kitchener Times as a place for innovation in aviation training and research.

  2. July 31, 2019Suzanne Kearns to receive the Northern Lights Aero Foundation Elsie education award

    Suzanne Kearns, an associate professor of aviation in the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo, will be receiving an Elsie award in the education category from the Northern Lights Aero Foundation. The awards are selected by a judging panel comprised of aviation and aerospace industry experts and veterans. This September, Kearns will be honoured at the Elsie Awards Gala in Toronto.

  3. July 12, 2019Aviation alumnus Jessalyn Teed named one of WINGS Top 20 under 40
    Jessalyn Teed standing in front of a Sunwing aircraft

    Sunwing Airlines First Officer Jessalyn Teed, a Geography and Aviation graduate, has been named one of WINGS Top 20 under 40 for 2019. This award recognizes inspiring young leaders who are influencing the Canadian aviation and aerospace industry.

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