Connected to the world

Internationalization is woven into many elements at Waterloo. With a goal of becoming one of the most internationalized universities in Canada, diversity and global connections are encouraged and celebrated.

Waterloo’s culture of embracing international perspectives and experiences attracts some of the world’s most talented students, staff, and faculty. Global connections encompass academic, research, and industry partnerships, international learning through work placements, exchanges, field programs, and co-operative education, as well as a vast network of alumni around the world. 

  1. Nov. 26, 2018Visit of China University of Petroleum Beijing and MOU signingVisit of China University of Petroleum Beijing

    The China University of Petroleum Beijing visited The University of Waterloo campus on Monday, November 26, 2018 to meet with the Faculty of Science to review the existing 2+2 undergrad program, sign the MOU and discuss a detailed work plan to enlarge future recruitment numbers of students from CUPB.  

    Delegates from China University of Petroleum Beijing:

    Prof. LI Gensheng, Vice President, International
    Prof. JIN Yan, Dean of the Graduate School 
    Prof. LI Yongfeng, Director of the International Office
    Dr. FENG Jinyu, International Office

  2. Nov. 16, 2018Visit of Sichuan UniversitySichuan University

    Delegates from Sichuan University in Chengdu, China, visited the university on Friday, November 16, 2018 to meet with UW leadership and faculties, gain mutual understanding and seek potential academic and research cooperation in fields like Liberal Arts, Math and Computer Science, Science and Engineering.

  3. Nov. 15, 20182018 Training Program for Top Management of Japanese UniversitiesJapanese University leaders

    On November 13th and 14th, we hosted top Japanese University leaders for the "2018 Training Program for Top Management of University," funded by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Japan. The focus of their two-day agenda was to gain insight into university management and learn about co-operative education, entrepreneurship, technology transfer and commercialization, and international research.

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