For twenty-seven years running, the University of Waterloo has ranked first in Canada as most innovative university.
Waterloo is pleased to provide the President's Graduate Scholarship (PGS) to outstanding graduate students who hold major federally and provincially funded competition-based scholarships.
Do you want to be a part of the University of Waterloo graduate studies community? Explore our more than 180+ master's and doctoral programs.
- Jan. 28, 2020
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- Feb. 11, 2020
Are you a recent doctoral student graduate or a current postdoc interested in pursuing cutting-edge research with world-renowned faculty members at the University of Waterloo? The application process is now open with a deadline of March 16, 2020.
The financial value of AMTD fellowship: annual salary of $75,000 plus $7,500 engagement fund, plus access to additional dissemination fund.
Process: application by invitation of University of Waterloo researcher only
- Jan. 28, 2020
Campus Wellness is tasked with implementing Recommendation# 22 from the President’s Advisory Committee on Student Mental Health (PAC-SMH) report. This recommendation proposes that the University of Waterloo develops a role-specific mental health literacy training strategy for our campus community.
- Feb. 18 to 21, 2020
Whether you are giving a conference presentation, a job talk, or defending your dissertation, as a graduate student you need to be able to speak with authority and knowledge about your research area, respond to questions, and engage in scholarly debate.
Speak like a Scholar is designed to help doctoral students develop their professional scholarly voices and give effective academic presentations with confidence.
Application required: Applications due January 20, 2020.
- Feb. 21, 2020
Through discussion and hands-on activities in this half-day workshop, you will learn how to prepare an effective résumé and cover letter by analyzing job descriptions, assessing the relevance of your transferable skills and articulating these transferable skills in an action-oriented way.
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- Feb. 24, 2020
As teaching assistants, we aim to establish positive relationships with our undergraduate students, but we rarely get the chance to hear honestly from our students about how to best do so. This panel and workshop features current undergraduate students who provide their perspectives on how to build rapport between students and TAs. Together, we'll discuss techniques and brainstorm simple but effective strategies to help you establish positive working relationships with your undergraduates.
- Jan. 23, 2020
I started my master’s program in September 2018 and have been living in Columbia Lake Village (CLV) since then. When I saw the posting for the CLV Community Assistant position for the winter semester, I was more than happy to apply. I’ve always wanted to develop my leadership skills and thought that this was the perfect opportunity.
- Nov. 6, 2019
In summer 2019, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs celebrated the first completions of Professional Skills Foundations (Foundations), including those by Irina Oltean and Swakshar Saha. To learn more about what it’s like to participate in Foundations, I checked-in with Irina and Swakshar to hear about their experience.
- Oct. 18, 2019