Graduate student information
As you work towards your degree, there are many things you need to consider – courses, thesis requirements, convocation deadlines and other dates. This section of the site includes all of the information you need to know to graduate.
Graduate students at Mathematics orientation heard about various on-campus services available. Links to several of the representatives' presentations appear below.
The University of Waterloo Student Success Office offers a variety of services for graduate students, including those available through the Writing Centre - Writing Centre Services for graduate students (PDF).
View the Computer Science and Mathematics liaison librarian presentation slides (PDF) from orientation to see how she can help you.
Your peers and your professors are looking at new areas and ideas all the time. Keep up with what’s going on by attending research seminars. Your department or school, your faculty and the university are involved in many interesting projects and events. Keep up with the research activities for our Faculty of Mathematics by checking out research information for graduate students.
Check out the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
Mathematics Graduate Office, Faculty of Mathematics
Graduate and Research Coordinator
|Department of Applied Mathematics||Ext. 33170||519-746-4319||amgrad|
|Department of Combinatorics and Optimization||Ext. 34027||519-725-5441||cograd|
|David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science||Ext. 36902||519-885-1208||csgrad|
|Department of Pure Mathematics||Ext. 33931||519-725-0160||pmgrad|
|Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science||Ext. 36532||519-746-1875||sasgrad|
|Centre for Computational Mathematics in Industry and Commerce||Ext. 37711||519-888-4313||compmath|
|Masters of Mathematics for Teachers Program||
Ian VanderBurgh Ext. 32358
|Master of Quantitative Finance||Ext. 35728||519-746-1875||h70chen|