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Math in Europe Program!

Would you like to spend a school term in Europe, and take University of Waterloo mathematics courses taught by University of Waterloo mathematics professors?

Each spring term, two University of Waterloo Professors of Mathematics take a small group of University of Waterloo students to Europe. They teach the core 2A UWaterloo mathematics courses. The main goal of this initiative is to provide the opportunity for the students to live in a couple of European cities while they continue with their studies in mathematics and take a French language course as an elective.

Duration: 90 days (late April- late July)

Requirements: Math students (not ELAS) having successfully completed both MATH 135 and MATH 137 with a minimum of 60/100, and registered in MATH 136 and MATH 138 (or equivalent) or having a minimum of 60/100 in each of these courses.


Read about students' experiences:


For any additional questions or to submit an application contact:

Conrad Hewitt or Francine Vinette in the Faculty of Mathematics. 

Please also visit the Math in Europe page on the Waterloo International website.

Painting of St. PetersPainting of St. Peter which looks exactly like Professor Conrad Hewitt, spotted by Tiara Zhou at Le Louvre in Paris!