Are you interested in attending a graduate program at the University of Oxford? Did you know that the Rhodes Scholarship, one of the most prestigious and oldest international scholarship programs in the world, is available annually to eligible, elite candidates to hold at Oxford in England?
Basic eligibility requirements are that you must be between the ages of 19 and 25 by October 1, 2019 and that you must have completed an undergraduate degree prior to going to Oxford.
Academic and professional success in grad school requires navigating a variety of different academic, professional and interpersonal situations. How should you respond to a student who seems to be struggling with mental health? How can you remain motivated and productive when writing your thesis? And, what strategies do you use to manage stress during a busy term?
GRADventure is offering a full-day of workshops to equip you with practical skills and tools to achieve success academically, professionally and personally.
On Monday, February 5 the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) faculty-based heats will kick off with the Faculty of Engineering hosting competitors in the the Electrical and Computer Engineering program. With almost 200 students registered campus-wide for the 3MT 2018, the competition is sure to be exciting! Winners of the faculty-based heats will advance to the university-wide final on March 21.
Audience members are welcome to attend at all levels of the competition, and admission is free.
University of Waterloo has recently announced additional financial incentives totally $1.5 million to encourage the continued development of Canadian graduate research. The funds are available for both domestic PhD and research Master’s students beginning their studies in fall 2018.
Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA) is excited to host the 6th annual 3 Minute Thesis Competition! As a resource to competitors the Writing and Communication Centre will be offering 3MT coaching sessions which will include:
Part 1) A panel discussion of experts and former competitors on January 18, including:
Wishing all graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at University of Waterloo a safe and happy holiday, from Jeff Casello, Associate Vice-President, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs and the GSPA staff.
The Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo is inviting the best and the brightest to join their doctoral programs. The Faculty has 35 funded doctoral opportunities $100,000 over four years,for Canadian/Permanent Resident students.