The University of Waterloo Perimeter Scholars International Award 2022 is currently accepting applications. Candidates (both local and foreign) interested in a Master’s degree in Science – Physics, and Astronomy are encouraged to apply.
Students selected into the Perimeter Scholars International Study will receive full financial assistance for the duration of their program. The University of Waterloo will provide tuition scholarships and grants by Perimeter Institute (PI) to cover expenditures such as travel, lodging, food, textbooks and reference material, student services fees, and incidental stipends as determined by PI.
The university intends to help overseas students who have shown strong academic achievement as well as real financial difficulty via this fellowship. Each student will get a $30,000 stipend as well as full financial assistance for their studies in Canada.
The University of Waterloo is a public research university in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and was founded in 1959. According to Research Infosource 2021, the Institution of Waterloo has been Canada’s top research university for 14 years. The University of Waterloo has four campuses: Cambridge, Kitchener, Stratford, and Ontario. Three of the four are satellite campuses: Cambridge, Kitchener, and Stratford, with Ontario serving as the main campus. The campus is around 1,000 acres in size.
The University of Waterloo offers courses in six faculties: Arts, Engineering, Environment, Health, Mathematics, and Science, as well as 30+ Departments and Schools. Overall, the University of Waterloo provides its students with approximately 100 undergraduate majors and 190 postgraduate degrees. Popular courses at the University of Waterloo include computer science, which is rated first in Macleans for 2022, engineering, business, and public health.
According to Macleans, the University of Waterloo ranks first in Canada for experiential learning for the year 2022. Macleans also rates the University of Waterloo first among Canadian universities for innovation. Globally, the University of Waterloo is rated #149 by QS – World University Ranking, #199 by US News & World Report – Global Universities, and 201-250 by THE (Times Higher Education) – University Ranking for the year 2022.
Waterloo attracts world-class scholars, including a Nobel Laureate, leads in providing work-integrated learning opportunities with 7,100+ active co-op employers, and fosters an entrepreneurial spirit that has created 5,000+ jobs through Velocity alone, Canada’s most productive startup incubator by private investment.
In less than a half-century, the University of Waterloo, situated in the heart of Canada’s technological center, has grown to become a premier comprehensive university with over 36,000 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students.
The University of Waterloo attracts the finest and brightest students because of its renowned academic programs, world-class co-operative education, and teaching/research excellence. They welcome the chance to work with and be raised by a world-class peer group.
Waterloo University promotes a culture of inquiry, discovery, risk-taking, entrepreneurship, global stewardship, and leadership. They bring together ambitious ideas and talented minds to inspire inventions that will have a worldwide effect now and in the future.
Waterloo embraces its global links and supports creative collaborations in learning, research, and commerce as the home of the world’s biggest post-secondary co-operative education program. Waterloo is defining the future of the earth, with campuses and teaching centers on four continents and global academic relationships.
Approximately 96 percent of University of Waterloo co-operative education program graduates in 2019-20 were hired within six months of graduation, working in their relevant areas of skill and experience. These students earned between CAD 8,400 and CAD 18,000 while working on Canadian terms, with an average weekly pay of CAD 12,700. To date, over 7,100 co-operative firms have engaged over 25,000 University of Waterloo alumni.
- Host University: University of Waterloo
- Host Country: Canada
- Study Level: Masters Level
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded
- Scholarship Worth: 30,000$
- Eligible Countries: International Students and National Students
- Subjects: Astronomy and Physics
- Selected students will get a stipend of $30,000, accommodation, food, textbooks, etc.
Applicants must satisfy the following requirements to be considered for the University of Waterloo Perimeter Scholars International Award:
- Students must be either domestic or foreign.
- Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
- Applicants must commit to a full-time program.
- Applicants must provide evidence of English competence.
- The grant is open to all students accepted into the Perimeter Scholars International Program.
The following documents must be submitted to the university:
- Academic records,
- Supplementary Information Form (SIF),
- Curriculum vitae,
- Letter, and a writing sample
- Admission Requirements:
Applicants must be accepted into the University of Waterloo’s Master’s degree to apply for this scholarship. Students are selected automatically by the Faculty/Department.
The Guelph-Waterloo Physics Institute offers a graduate teaching and research program in collaboration with the Department of Physics and Astronomy. This is one of Ontario’s major graduate physics and astronomy programs.
- Astrophysics and gravitation
- Audio research
- Condensed matter physics
- Optics and photonics
- Quantum computation and information processing
- Quantum matters
- Visual optics
This program, the first of its type in Canada, is provided jointly by the faculties of science and engineering and enables students to obtain insights on nanotechnology from a diverse community of academics inside and beyond their fields via course and thesis work. Graduates’ degrees are labeled with the term ‘Nanotechnology.’
The Institute of Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo is a global leader in quantum information research. Students will attend advanced courses on the basis, applications, and implementation of quantum information processing, as well as engage in quantum-related research. The Institute of Quantum Computing, the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Engineering, and the Faculty of Mathematics collaborate on this program, which provides a unique multidisciplinary research and learning environment.
This program is intended to give students an understanding of quantum information, including theory and implementations, advanced skills in quantum information science and home program areas, and research training. Graduates are awarded a degree with the label ‘Quantum Information.’
The Department of Biology provides outstanding graduate programs targeted at fundamentally understanding life and biological systems, with the goal of “inspiring scientific discovery that enables humankind to overcome global issues.”
Among the research areas are:
- Bioinformatics, systematics and evolution
- Ecology and environmental biology
- Molecular genetics
- Physiology, cell and developmental biology
The Water Institute coordinates and supports the Collaborative Water Program, which allows students to collaborate with professionals from many academic disciplines and industries. In Canada’s most multidisciplinary water graduate program, students can finish their specialty studies at the Department of Biology while also working with others from 11 academic divisions. Students who complete the program obtain a specialized ‘Water’ designation on their degree.
Disciplines of Study:
- Aquatic ecology
- Aquatic microbiology
- Aquatic toxicology
- Lakes and oceans
Graduate studies at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Waterloo, a combined program with the Department of Chemistry at the University of Guelph, are one of the biggest in Canada, with over 150 graduate students and 39 faculty members. The research covers a wide variety of areas related to life and environmental sciences, the creation of novel materials and nanotechnology, and advancing our fundamental knowledge of the world around us.
Programs expose students to world-class research on a wide range of topics, including analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, materials, nanotechnology, organic, physical, polymer, and theoretical chemistry.
Project examples include:
- Drug delivery systems
- Materials chemistry
- Medicinal chemistry
- Micro-separation techniques
- Natural products structure
- Quantum information processing
- Solid state electrochemistry
- Ultrafast high-resolution electron imaging
This program, provided jointly by the faculties of science and engineering, enables students to obtain insights on nanotechnology from a diverse community of academics both inside and beyond their fields via course and thesis work. Graduates’ degrees are labeled with the term ‘Nanotechnology.’
Key research areas of strength:
- Nano-electronics design and fabrication
- Nano-instruments and devices
The academic requirements are the same as for the Regular Thesis Option, with the exception that at least two of the required four courses must be completed within the first two terms of the program. Following the second term, the student will work in an industry or government laboratory for two terms (eight months), after which they must give an approved work report. When the student returns to college, they will finish their course work, do research, and write their M.Sc. thesis. Domestic students are the only ones who have this choice.
The University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy fosters research ranging from basic science to clinical treatment. The graduate program promotes this via core idea knowledge and application, collaborative discovery, and creative research. Students will be recognized for their knowledge and leadership after completing their studies while making major contributions to the worldwide scientific, academic, and healthcare communities.
Faculty at Waterloo Pharmacy cooperate with other researchers at the University of Waterloo and other local and worldwide institutions. Aside from academics, colleagues include hospitals and clinics from around the area and province, as well as government and corporate partners.
Major research areas include:
- Clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice
- Pharmaceutical sciences
- Pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacoeconomics
The Department of Earth and Environmental Science at the University of Waterloo has a worldwide reputation for doing high-quality research. The research focuses on the understanding of geology and hydrogeologic processes, the description and interpretation of present and historical geologic settings, and the reaction of geologic and hydrogeologic systems to human intervention.
Examples of research areas include:
- Biogeochemistry and Ecohydrology
- Earth surface processes
- Environmental and isotope geochemistry
- Geological engineering
- Structural geology and mineral deposits
- Department of Physics and Astronomy
The Water Institute coordinates and supports the Collaborative Water Program, which allows students to collaborate with professionals from many academic disciplines and industries. Students who complete the program obtain a specialized ‘Water’ designation on their degree.
Disciplines of Study:
- Aquatic ecology
- Aquatic microbiology
- Ecohydrology and biogeochemistry
- Snow, ice, and glaciers
- Surface water hydrology and hydraulics
- Wetlands and peatlands
Some of the world’s most known eye research efforts are housed at the School of Optometry and Vision Science. Students will be able to engage with award-winning academics known nationally and globally for their research and teaching thanks to cutting-edge research facilities such as the Center for Ocular Research and Education and the Center for Sight Enhancement. Graduate students in Vision Science play a critical part in making the program one of North America’s premier Vision Research institutes.
Among the specializations are:
- Healthcare, education, and delivery
- Ocular biology and pathophysiology
- Technology and optics
Waterloo area has a famous student-friendly culture, so there is a place for everyone to feel accepted. If you’re feeling overworked or worried, take a little break and enjoy the many activities, events, and attractions this city offers.
University of Waterloo ranks 7th in Canada. The rankings represent the top 1,300 colleges based on academic reputation, employer reputation, professor/student ratio, citations per professor, and international professor/student ratio.
It is a safe, inexpensive neighborhood with many outstanding festivals and cultural events. It is also convenient to other cities. You may also reside in nearby areas, which provide a variety of housing possibilities.
Waterloo is a demanding school. There may be days when you have an assignment due, a midterm to study for, and maybe an interview.
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