On Saturday, November 7, 2015, the University of Waterloo (UW) welcomed families to campus for its annual Fall Open House. It was a busy day of meeting prospective students, sharing information, and truly realizing just how great of a place UW is to be.
The Computing and Financial Management (CFM) program hosted another extremely well-attended information session where Jordyn Gray-McInnis, Alan Huang, George Labahn, and current CFM students were impressed by the enthusiasm and talent of the high school students who are soon to be entering post-secondary education.
Ever-increasing interest in the competitive Bachelor of Computing and Financial Management reflects students’ aspirations to gain a multidimensional skill set that will serve both themselves and the industries they enter well. One student who is debating between a computer science degree and a degree with a combined curriculum explains:
With the information I got from the session I’m very interested in CFM.
Fortunately for her, the University of Waterloo offers excellent programs for whichever she chooses!
Each cohort of students expands the amazing things that are accomplished when students pair a strong foundation in computer science and finance with experiential learning through working in industry.
Computing and Financial Management is excited to get to know its next group of students throughout the application process!