Are you an enthusiastic, curious, and hard-working individual who is keen to expand your knowledge of Civil and Environmental Engineering with a graduate degree? If so, you've come to the right place.
Here are some resources to help you learn more about studying at the University of Waterloo, and where (and how) you can apply:
1. Discover Graduate Studies: Here you'll find general information about the University of Waterloo, including information about our world class facilities, tuition costs, living accommodations, and ranking statistics.
2. Funding and awards: This scholarship information is specific to Faculty of Engineering students.
3. Programs and research areas: Here you'll learn about the degree options within our department.
We look forward to receiving your application to study with us!
For those interested in either a Master of Applied Science (MASc) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program, once you have determined your area of interest, contact potential academic supervisors conducting research in your area of specialization. It is your responsibility to bring your performance and record to the attention of those faculty members under whom you would like to work.