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  1. Yes. If you have a POI who has agreed to supervise you (and I assume fund you), it's almost guaranteed that you'll get accepted by the graduate committee.
  2. Thought I'd start a thread for those who applied to Waterloo this year. The Waterloo MHI thread seems to get a lot of attention every year - curious as to why it's so popular. I applied for both MASc and MEng in SYDE. Had an interview with a POI in January. I'm still considering the MEng program though. Who else has applied? What areas? How much funding are you looking at? Etc.
  3. Canadian here. I got an offer from the University of British Columbia MSDS program last week. Anyone have any thoughts on this program? It's 10 months long and costs 30k which is quite steep in Canada (my entire undergrad costed ~20k). The program is course-based and starts from quite a low level (eg. intro to Python and stats 101). About me: Graduating with BSc Civil Engineering in May, currently a DS intern at an early-stage start-up. Goal is to go into industry and possibly switch to SWE eventually. My other option would be to do a thesis-based MASc Systems Design Engineering at
  4. Hi! I'll be applying for Master's programs shortly and would like to have an idea of where I stand as a student attempting a bit of a career-switch. I'll be graduating with a BSc in Civil Engineering, but would like to get a Master's in a more data/programming focused field. My career goals would be to work as a data scientist in more of a tech/engineering settings rather than in a business intelligence setting (see: companies such as Urthecast, Urbanlogiq, Geotab...). I'm planning to apply for DS/CS/stats programs but I'll also be applying to engineering programs that make use of data analyti
  5. Hi! I'll be applying for MS programs shortly and would like to have an idea of where I stand as a somewhat unconventional applicant. My career goals are to work as a data scientist in more of a tech/engineering settings rather than in a business intelligence setting (see: companies such as Urthecast, Urbanlogiq, Geotab...). I'm particularly interested in geospatial analysis, so I'm planning on applying for MS programs in statistics, industrial engineering, data science (maybe even geography?). Undergrad Institution: Mid-sized Canadian university Undergrad Major: Civil Engineering
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