Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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University of Waterloo, main campus:
Spread over 400 hectares of former farmland in Waterloo, Ontario, a leading Canadian technology hub, the University of Waterloo’s main campus is home to advanced research in a variety of fields, including health, engineering, mathematics, psychology, quantum information, nanotechnology and environmental studies.
University of Waterloo, School of Architecture:
The School of Architecture at Waterloo offers a fully co-operative professional program, and has been rated the greenest architecture curriculum in Canada. The nationally and internationally respected design school is located in the historic Riverside Silk Mill in the old Galt neighbourhood of Cambridge, along the banks of the Grand River.
University of Waterloo Health Sciences Campus and School of Pharmacy:
The School of Pharmacy is the anchor institution for the Health Sciences Campus of the University of Waterloo. The campus is also home to the regional program of McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Medicine as well as a family health team. Student pharmacists have the opportunity to care for patients as part of an interdisciplinary team of physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other health care professionals.
University of Waterloo, Stratford Campus:
Focused on education in digital arts and media, the Stratford campus is a collaborative, strategic partnership between the City of Stratford and the University of Waterloo, bringing students, leading researchers, businesses and entrepreneurs together to create, examine and commercialize opportunities in the digital media space.
The University of Waterloo is situated on 4 campuses, including the main campus approximately 110 km west of Toronto – in the heart of Southwestern Ontario.
All first-year students are guaranteed residence
First-year housing options:
Traditional-style housing is a great way to transition to University and form new friendships.
You'll live in a fully-furnished room with shared common areas. Your residence will have its own cafeteria where you will eat all your meals together with other students from your floor.
Upper-year & Transfer student residences
Exchange student residences
Graduate students & Family residence