Explore the University of Waterloo's academic offerings - the Canadian Computing Competition (CCC) and the Euclid Contest.
These two competitions have become pivotal for applicants seeking admission to North American computer science and mathematics programs.
Canadian Computing Competition (CCC):
CCC assesses programming and problem-solving skills, serving as a key determinant for admission to Waterloo's computer science programs. Excelling in CCC enhances applicants' profiles, adding a competitive edge to their applications.
(CCC is offered in PGA! Please click here or on the picture below for more info)
For those applying to the Faculty of Mathematics, Euclid is a must. This math-centric competition evaluates problem-solving abilities and is instrumental in securing entrance scholarships. Exceptional performance in Euclid showcases students' outstanding potential.
(Euclid is offered in PGA! Please click here or on the picture below for more info)
Participating in these competitions not only challenges students academically but also elevates their university applications. CCC and Euclid provide unique opportunities for students to shine academically and stand out in the competitive academic landscape of the University of Waterloo.