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CS undergrads planning to attend graduate school

CS undergrads planning to attend graduate school next year who are interested 
in applying for the NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarship for Master's or the 
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)  or Queen Elizabeth 2 scholarship are 
invited to attend a scholarship information session:
  • September 15th  5:00 - 7:00 pm
  • Humanities Theatre, Hagey Hall
The GSO has updated their scholarship web pages for the upcoming external 
scholarship competitions.  Some deadlines are coming up very soon and many are 
earlier than last year.  The NSERC Doctoral application deadline is 8:00 pm on 
September 30, 206, including references.


An easy reference for the application and transcript ordering deadlines is on 
the CS Graduate web page:
https://math.uwaterloo.ca/computer-science/current-graduate-students

Applicants and referees can find details about each competition on the GSO 
external scholarships competitions web page:
https://uwaterloo.ca/graduate-studies/awards-funding/external-awards


Students can find detailed information about ordering transcripts for these 
competition on a separate web page:
https://uwaterloo.ca/graduate-studies/awards-funding/transcripts-scholarship-competitions
 
Please note that deadlines for ordering transcripts are not flexible and 
failure to meet these will result in disqualification from the competition.

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