A study in Canadian co-operative studies and leadership courses has made the University of Waterloo famous since its founding in 1959. The institution offers academic programs from six faculties and ten schools.
The university’s goal at Canada’s technology center is to promote interdisciplinary cooperation to contribute to a better world by connecting industries, educational institutions, and communities to create a better future.
Students at Waterloo have confidential access to career counselors who provide guidance and advice.
The university is home to former students from Canada, the US, and close to 150 nations. A select group of graduates and representatives of government and business have become Waterloo alumni.
UWaterloo offers national and international students the Brian Hendley Entrance Scholarship running through the 2021/2022 semester.
- Host University: University of Waterloo,
- Host Country: Canada;
- Study Level: Undergraduate;
- Scholarship Type: Tuition Award;
- Scholarship Worth: 3,000$
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Application Deadline: February 1, 2021.
The Academic Scholarship is available in all subjects, except Management Financial and Accounting, within the Faculty of Arts.
Benefits of the Scholarship:
The award consists of $3,000 and is offered to outstanding students entering their first year of any Faculty of Arts program at the University of Waterloo.
The following requirements must be met by the candidates to be admitted:
- Former diploma certificates should be held.
- Academic achievements are taken into consideration when choosing students for the program.
- Candidates must have been admitted to the University of Waterloo as undergraduate students. This scholarship is automatically awarded to students once accepted.
- Students are required to submit diplomas, transcripts, and a CV along with their application. To be accepted, candidates must meet the admission requirements of the program they have chosen.
- It is your responsibility to prove your proficiency in English if it is not your native language: IELTS, TOEFL, and any other acceptable documentation.