Are you a highschool student looking to broaden your interest in math and computer science? Or a future student looking to find out about our unique student offerings?
Learn more about the enrichment opportunities that we offer to future and current students - it's never too soon to prepare!
- Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) resources
- Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA)
- Math in Europe
Do you want to challenge your skills by solving new problems?
The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing may have just what you're looking for:
- Prepare yourself for one of our math and computing contests.
- Join us for one of our on-campus workshops.
- Participate in some of our free online resources.
There's something for teachers, parents, and highschool students of all ages.
If you want to get experience collaborating with award-winning faculty and working on computer science research, a Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA) may be right for you!
Work part-time during your studies with one of our professors and be part of the exciting work they do.
Starting in Spring 2015, our undergraduate students will have the opportunity to embark on an international exchange in Italy and France as part of our Math in Europe program.
With courses taught by professors Conrad Hewitt and Francine Vinette, our students will be able to enroll in second-year math courses that will be used to count towards the requirements of their degree.
If you're looking to experience the world, check out how you can participate as a current student.