On Thursday, December 10, 2015 delegates from Reykjavik University, Iceland will be visiting the University of Waterloo to discuss research in Computer Science, to investigate the co-op program, and to discuss entrepreneurship and innovation programs at Conrad.
Dr. Ari Kristinn Jonsson, President
Dr. Yngvi Bjornsson, Dean, School of Computer Science
Ms. Johanna Vigdis Gudmundsdottir, Executive Director, Relations
On Thursday, December 3, 2015 delegates from the South East University, China will be visiting the University of Waterloo to investigate our co-op program, to expand international work/study abroad collaboration for Electrical and Computer Engineering, to discuss the potential for a joint lab in the civil engineering and transportation sector, and to discuss their CSC supported professors as future visiting scholars.
Prof. Jiamao Zheng, Vice President, Southeast University
This event will be a great way to gain knowledge about where you can go to volunteer, study, or intern abroad, speak to students who have returned from an international experience, and as added bonus sample some delicious foods from around the globe!
Come take a break at Renison and enjoy some fun Japanese anime.
As one of Canada’s leading international institutions that is committed to training tomorrow’s leaders, the University of Waterloo is proud to host the Model United Nations Club’s inaugural Model G20 Conference on November 20-22, 2015.
Drop in and learn some international style ballroom dance from the UW Ballroom Dance Club Executive Team! All are welcome to come and learn how to Ballroom dance.
Learn from Nina Juncewicz, U.S. Immigration Attorney, about options available to graduating students interested in working in the U.S.
CECA invites UW Faculty, Staff and Students to come to the Tatham Centre for our “Where in the World?!” Photo Contest!
Come out and learn how to write different characters, such as, “hello”, in languages such as Japanese and Chinese with old fashion brushes!
Our international students will be writing your name in different languages with characters on a name card. You can take it with you and hang it up!
Learn strategies for working successfully in Canadian culture. Topics covered will include cultural intelligence, communication styles, and workplace professionalism..
What does "global citizen" mean to you? This workshop will explore thinking globally and appreciating cultural diversity - factors important for future leaders and their ability to adapt to the ever-changing and challenging work/team environment.
Gloire Gatabazi, a student sponsored to come to Canada and the University of Waterloo through the WUSC Student Refugee Program will be delivering a talk about his experience in a refugee camp and his transition to life as a Waterloo student.
Explore the impacts of culture and inter-cultural communications on the work environment, and identify strategies for success in a new work culture. This workshop is geared both toward students who will go abroad to work and students who want to work in Canada.
Our very own instructors and international students will teach you how to say common everyday phrases in different languages, while dressed in their traditional clothing!
On the third week of November, from the 16th-20th, join the University of Waterloo in celebrating International Education Week (IEW)!
On November 16, 2015 delegates from Hefei University of Technology, China will visit the University of Waterloo for talent recruitment and to discuss multiple partnership opportunities, including: potential research collaborations, faculty and PhD student exchange programs, and a general partnership in education.
Prof. Wu Yucheng, Vice President
Prof. Sun Xiang, Director of Talents Recruitment and Experts Support office
Prof. He Jianbo, Executive Dean of School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
On Wednesday October 21 2015 delegates from the University of Groningen, Netherlands will be visiting the University of Waterloo to gain an insight into the co-op education model and to explore the possibility of research and student exchanges.
Join the information session by Beijing Institute of Technology on talent recruitment at 9:30 – 11:00am Oct 19 in DC 1301 Fishbowl
Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) is a prestigious national key university in China that holds a high reputation in research and education in science, technology and other areas of scholarship. It is one of the first Chinese universities to run a graduate school and one of the national “Project 211” and “Project 985” universities who receive priority for development from the Chinese government.
We are pleased to announce an upcoming info session for faculty on the funding programmes offered by the Embassy of France in Canada. Sophie Decamps, the Science and Technology Project Officer at the Consulate General of France in Toronto will be providing information regarding funding opportunities available, in particular, the France Canada Research Fund New Scientific Collaboration Support Program for the upcoming 2016 competition.