Data Science Office Updates
Data Science administrative office is now open for current student appointments.
Program Administration office hours:
- Tuesdays: M3 2103, 10:30am - 12:00pm
- Thursdays: M3 2118, 10am - 11:30am
To book a meeting outside of these hours; reach out to the Program Administrator to book.
Program Director (Prof. Zhu) office hours:
- Mondays: M3 2103, 2:30pm - 4pm
- Wednesdays: M3 2103, 3:45pm - 5:15pm
To book a meeting outside of these hours; reach out to the Program Director to book.
Courses in Data Science are taught by Statistics, Computer Science and Combinatorics and Optimization.
For course status updates please visit each page:
- Statistics (visit the Registrar course website select 1221 term for STAT)
- Computer Science
- Combinatorics and Optimization
View the Welcome Back Waterloo Guide for an outline of the university's plans and steps you can take as you prepare to return. We encourage you to continue to check the COVID-19 web page for official updates and information specific to graduate students.
Travel Advice - Upon Arrival to Canada
Please keep an eye on the current Government of Canada policies, for what is compulsory for incoming students and visitors after entry into Canada.
St. Paul’s University College is offering accommodations at affordable prices for international students coming to the University of Waterloo campus. The rooms include:
- 1 double bed
- 1 desk
- Ensuite private washroom
- Mini fridge
- Free Wi-Fi
- Linens and towels
- Free parking
- Care package
To book your stay, fill out the form.
Waterloo Housing can respond to any immediate questions you have related to Housing related to your studies at the University of Waterloo. Please find below a list of options and resources to choose from:
Welcome to Graduate Studies in Data Science!
The Data Science program unit, Math Grad Office (MGO), and UWaterloo Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA) are here to provide the support and resources you will need for personal and academic success. Whether you’re starting graduate school, or about to graduate, this section of our website provides a general guide for your graduate career in data science. As you work towards your degree, there are many things you need to consider.
If you are a potential applicant for one of our graduate programs please visit the Future graduate students section of our website.
If you are a new graduate data science student that will be starting next term, please visit our New graduate student information webpage.