University of Ottawa or uOttawa is the largest bilingual university in the world. Located in the heart of Canada the university offers 400 programs in 10 faculties. The university has made notable advances in the field of social science, health, engineering, science and humanities.
|Type of university||Public|
|Number of Full-time Undergraduate Enrollment||8400|
|Number of Full-time Postgraduate Enrollment||2000|
|Basic Tuition Fee, Undergraduate International Students||$26300-$35400|
|Basic Tuition Fee, Graduate International Students||$21500-$25500|
|Annual Acceptance Rate||84.7%|
As of 2015-16 data, the number of intake in undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate courses is mentioned below. Total student enrollment in the undergraduate program is 8400 and in the graduate program is 2000.
|Courses||Native Students||International Students|
The university is located within close reach of Sandy Hills covering 42.5 hectares with 37 main buildings, 837 research laboratories, 268 teaching laboratories and 271 classrooms and seminar halls. In the year 2007, the university purchased Lees Campus adjacent to Sandy Hills campus.
Accommodation is mandatory for first-year undergraduate students. The on-campus and off-campus accommodation expenses are different.
Students could choose from three different accommodation patterns available on-campus:
Graduate and senior students prefer to live off-campus. The adjacent areas of the university like Sandy Hills and the Byward Market, combined with the U-Pass, makes living off-campus convenient and safe. There are furnished apartments, bachelor apartments, and one-bedroom apartments available for the students.
The University of Ottawa offers more than 450 undergraduate, graduate, doctorate, and professional degree programs through the 10 faculties.
uOttawa offers various schedules for all courses student can choose any of their choices
The application process varies for each course. International students are advised to apply 10 months prior to the application deadline as it takes almost six months to get the study permit.
Steps to apply are:
For international students, the estimated monthly cost of living in the university is $1400 CAD:
The university offers several scholarships and bursaries to the students. Some of the scholarships and bursaries are listed below:
|Scholarships and Bursaries|
|Bursaries||French Studies Bursary|
|Admission Scholarship||Based on pre-university grades for the first-year at the university|
|Merit Scholarship||Based on university grades for each full-time term|
|Professional Training Scholarship||Awarded to students who are enrolled in the full-time course with an excellent academic record|
International students are facilitated with the following scholarships:
The Work-Study Program (WSP) of the university is designed to give a chance to the students to work part-time on-campus during the academic year. It gives work experience to the students that make them more employable post the degree program:
The various work options available at Wilfrid Laurier University are as follows:
|Co-op Program||To work part-time during their study program|
|Work on campus||Students can work on-campus both part-time and full-time related to their field of study|
The alumni network of the university is adorned with some notable names:
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$32190|
|Start of Application process||August 01, 2018|
|End of Application process||December 01, 2019|
|Accepts common App||Yes|