Waterloo's collaborative approach to internationalization has been formalized in numerous agreements with institutions in many countries.
Formalized graduate studies partnerships
If you are applying for graduate studies under one of these formal agreements, please review Waterloo's sponsorship requirements which are an important part of your application process.
|Country||International Sponsorship Program|
|Arab Citizen (must hold no other passport)||Al Ghurair STEM Scholars|
|Brazil||Government of Brazil|
|China||China Scholarship Council|
|Egypt||Cultural and Educational Affairs, Egypt (Doctoral)|
|Iraq||Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Iraq (Doctoral)|
|Mitacs: Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Turkey, Vietnam||Mitacs Globalink Graduate Fellowship|
|Saudi Arabia||Government of Saudi Arabia|
|Vietnam||Vietnam International Education Development (VIED) (Doctoral)|
|All||Dual PhD degrees (Cotutelle)|
|China||Visit the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) for more information on the Soochow University, Nanotechnology (Doctoral) agreement.|
|Germany||Visit the department of Germanic & Slavic Studies for more information on the Joint MA in Intercultural German Studies (IcGS), a Waterloo-Mannheim joint graduate program.|
|United Kingdom||Visit the Balsillie School of International Affairs for more information on the UW-Warwick double degree program.|
Joint academic programs
Internationalize your degree! With a joint academic program you complete the first portion of your studies at your home institution and the second portion at Waterloo. Visit Waterloo International to learn more about our joint academic programs.