Exchange Art Gallery and Photo Contest
Each year hundreds of students visit Waterloo on exchange, or go abroad to study at host schools around the world. The Student Success Office will be hosting an exhibit showcasing photos that were submitted by past Exchange Photo Contest participants.
In addition to the exhibit, the Fall 2019 contest will be hosted by the SSO's @uwaterloolife account during November 18-22.
Flavours of the World
Hungry? Enjoy different cultural cuisine each day at Renison.
In celebration of International Education Week, please explore your taste buds through the Renison menu this week:
Monday - Flavours of Korea: miso vegetable soup, bibimpap bowl, beef bulgogi and Jap chae for vegetarian dish.
Tuesday - Flavours of India: Lentil and Vegetable soup, Savory Rice Pancake with Toppings, Vegetable Biryani, Buttered Chicken with Naan Bread
Come say Hello! and grab a button. Buttons that say “Hello” in different languages will be available for students, staff and faculty to pick-up and wear during the week and beyond!
Interactive Map, Book Display and Buttons
Stop by the Dana Porter and Davis Centre Libraries and check-out the interactive map! Place a sticker to show where "home" is for you and see where others call home. While you're there, visit the international book displays and take a free button!
Engineering International Fair
To celebrate International Education Week, the Faculty of Engineering is hosting a series of events open to all faculty, staff and students. You are welcome to sign up for one or all events that appeal to you. The goal of this fair is to celebrate the diverse cultures, ethnicities and backgrounds that exist within the Faculty.
Working in Canada as an International Student: Graduate Student Panel
Want to learn what it's like to work in Canada as an international student? The Centre for Career Action (CCA) is hosting a student panel for undergraduates about working in Canada!
The panel will cover topics like how to find work as an international student, how to ace your interviews, and how to achieve success once you're on the job. The panel will also feature a Q&A session with senior undergraduates, so you're welcome to ask any questions you might have about the Canadian employment process.