University of Waterloo and Bodwell High School Launch a Partnership

Bodwell High School is proud to announce the launch of an exciting new relationship with one of the world’s leading universities, the University of Waterloo.

The University of Waterloo provides its students with a learning environment that integrates world-class research and teaching and with unsurpassed opportunities for career development. It is renowned world wide for its co-op education programs, which offers students across the full range of academic areas, from engineering to economics, psychology to physics, business to biology (88 programs in total) the opportunity to complement what they learn in classrooms, laboratories and dorm rooms with paid work experiences at leading employers across Canada, and around the world. University of Waterloo graduates are well prepared to enter top graduate and professional schools, start careers at the world’s leading companies or launch their own enterprises.

As one of Canada’s leading boarding schools, Bodwell High School’s attracts a diverse group of students from around the world.  An important part of the school’s mission is to prepare these students for success at universities and beyond. Through this new relationship, Bodwell and the University of Waterloo will explore opportunities to collaborate on activities that increase students’ awareness of the full range of opportunities available at the university, and develop their understanding of the application and admission processes.

Read more about Bodwell High School

In the picture: Mr. Housam Hallis (Assistant Principal), Mr. Paul Yuen 
(President), Ms. Mirjana Radulovic (Manager, International Recruitment & Partnerships at the University of Waterloo), Mr. Boris Remes (Assistant Director of Admissions)

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