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Old 01-25-2013, 08:01 PM
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Can I ask a question, Waterloo student
I am going to take Actuarial Science next year, and I want to apply for your university.
But I am wondering about this University's tuition fee ( because I am international student )
Is it significantly difference than native Canadian?
Here are the fees:

http://www.adm.uwaterloo.ca/infofin/...chedules2.html

International students will pay more than an resident for undergrad, but it appears grad students pay the same; at least for Actuarial. However, I believe fees at Waterloo are much cheaper than most schools in the US.
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yeah waterloooo
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Just graduated this year, wooooooooooot!
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Oh God. Class of 89.
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Graduated this year! Yeah! Logged in specifically for this
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just graduated this year!! gonna miss them geese!
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B.Math Honours Statistics, ActSci Minor. Class of '14. Still in Waterloo, working in the pricing department at a national retailer's head office in town. So far unsuccessful in obtaining an actuarial role... or interview for that matter.
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How competitive is an act sci minor in Canada? I was under the impression the profession was practically impossible to break into without the full major and internships
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