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About University of Ottawa

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Year of establishment1848
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Also Known AsuOttawa
Accepted Exams
Total International Students5583
Size of Campus in acres105
Male/Female Ratio1.40
UG/PG Course Ratio0.83
Endowments ValueCanadian Dollar 241 million
Scholarships198
No.of Campuses2
Accommodation expenses12882 CAD for 1 sharing (UG),12882 CAD for 1 sharing (PG)
Meal expenses6750 CAD (UG),6750 CAD (PG)
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Q:   Is the University of Ottawa hard to get into?

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According to the unofficial sources, the UOttawa acceptance rate is 42%. This means that the University of Ottawa is somewhat selective when it comes to admissions. So, to take admission to the university, it is necessary to have a good academic record, apply as per the deadline, submit the required documents, and pay the application fee.

 

Q:   Is University of Ottawa good for international students?

A: 

The University of Ottawa is good for international students in the following ways:

·       The university is the largest bilingual (English-French) one in the world.

·       The university has 97% employment rate for graduate students and has provided CAD 60M every year in student scholarships and bursaries

·       University of Ottawa has ten faculty members which will offer more than 450 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programmes to around 40,000 students from Canada and 145 countries

·       Students will have access to world-renowned labs and institutions

·       The university offers more than 160 graduate diplomas, Masters and doctoral degrees to choose from

 

Q:   What is University of Ottawa famous for?

A: 

University of Ottawa is internationally famous for the following:

·       The university is one of the top 10 research-intensive universities in Canada and is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world.

·       It is the largest English-French bilingual university in the world which will allow them to study in English or French or both.

·       The university has 10 faculty members which offer more than 450 undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programmes to around 40,000 students in Canada and 145 countries.

·       It is home to more than 160 research chairs and over 1600 researchers who are approved to supervise theses

·       The university is home more than 7,000 graduates that are increasing every year

 

Q:   Is the University of Ottawa expensive for international students?

A: 

Students can check the University of Ottawa fees for Indian students from the table given below: 

Courses1st Year Tuition Fees
MS (23 courses)
INR 9 L - 18 L
MBA/PGDM (1 course)
INR 43 L
BE / BTech (26 courses)
INR 26 L - 38 L
MA (33 courses)
INR 12 L - 21 L
BSc (34 courses)
INR 22 L - 32 L
BA (43 courses)
INR 22 L - 26 L
MEng (8 courses)
INR 12 L - 20 L
INR 24 L
UG certificate (6 courses)
INR 21 L - 32 L
MASc (7 courses)
INR 12 L - 20 L
Others PG (5 courses)
INR 12 L - 17 L

To have an idea about the cost of living that will be applicable while studying at the University of Ottawa, check the information (as per 2023-24) given below:

Housing (uOttawa Residences)

Cost (8-12 Months)

Traditional

CAD 7,093

Studio

CAD 8,611

Suite

CAD 10,084

Apartment

CAD 12,215

Other expenses apart from the housing that students have to look for are given below:

Particulars

Cost

Food (8 months) – 5 day unlimited access

CAD 5,675

Food (8 months) – 7 day unlimited access

CAD 6,250

Groceries (Per month)

CAD 300

Internet Plan (Per month)

CAD 40 - 80

Cell phone Plan (Per month)

CAD 60 – 90

Clothing

CAD 40 – 300 (Varies as per the type of clothing)

Read: Cost of Living in Canada for International Students 

 

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Q:   Does University of Ottawa offer scholarships to international students?

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Some of the scholarships offered to international students at University of Ottawa are given as follows:

·       University of Ottawa Admission Scholarship – It offers a value between CAD 1,000 and CAD 3,000 to all eligible full-time students.

·       Professional Training Scholarship- This scholarship is automatically awarded upon admission with a minimum value of CAD 1,000.

·       Faculty of Arts Deans Merit Scholarship- This scholarship is offered to students who are enrolled full-time in a UG degree and must have a minimum average of 90%. The value of this scholarship is CAD 4,000.

·       Faculty of Engineering Memorial Scholarship- This scholarship is awarded to 7 female students and has a value of CAD 2,000.

Also read: UG and PG Scholarships in Canada for Indian students 2023

 

Q:   Does University of Ottawa provide financial aid to international students?

A: 

For international students, University of Ottawa does not offer access to loan programmes who would not fall in the eligible citizen category. Some of the scholarships and bursaries offered to international students are given as follows:

  • Indigenous Leadership Scholarship
  • Indigenous Students Scholarship
  • Education Bursary for Indigenous Students
  • William Commanda Indigenous Medical Scholarship
  • Irene and William Duquette Faculty of Education Indigenous Scholarship
  • Other than the scholarships and bursaries offered by the university, there are many external opportunities available to the indigenous learners.
 

University of Ottawa Admission Dates 2024

  • Application fees :CAD 90 - 156
  • Type of deadline :Regular
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Q:   How can I get admission to the University of Ottawa?

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To get admission, international applicants are required to follow the University of Ottawa admission requirements. The steps that have to be followed in order to take University of Ottawa admission are given below:

Undergraduate Courses

  • First of all, prepare to apply. This means, choosing the program, checking the entry requirements and deadlines and being ready with the documents that shall be required to apply
  • Then, check the admission-specific information (as applicable)
  • Next, apply online through OUAC. Enter all the relevant details and pay the application fees
  • Then, track the admission status
  • Next, submit the required documents such as academic transcripts, resume or cover letter, etc.

Graduate Courses

  • Firstly, check the graduate programs that are offered and select one in which admission has to be sought
  • Next, check the application deadlines
  • Then, confirm that all the University of Ottawa admission requirements are being met
  • Next, gather the required documents
  • Lastly, select a thesis supervisor (if applicable)

Read: Eligibility Criteria to Study in Canada

 

Q:   How can international students apply to University of Ottawa?

A: 

International students can apply for admission to University of Ottawa during the Fall and Winter intakes every year. The steps to apply are given as follows:

·       The applicant must choose the programme of their interest and field.

·       The applicant must check the specific application deadlines which can vary by programme and it is suggested to apply 10 months before classes start.

·       Applicant must check and fulfill the required documents and eligibility criteria and some programme may have additional requirements for admission

·       The applicant must check the language requirements and submit proof of English Language proficiency accordingly.

·       Submit the application through the Ontario Universities Application Centre portal online.

 

Q:   Does University of Ottawa accept Indian students?

A: 

The University of Ottawa accepts Indian students based on the submission of the following documents:

·       Transcripts of the past 3 years of secondary studies

·       Transcripts of results from the first semester of the student’s final year

·       All postsecondary transcripts

·       Proof of Diploma

·       CBSE senior English subject requirement with a grade of 75%

·       Have completed the prerequisites for the programme of the student’s choice

 

Q:   What are the admission deadlines for international students at University of Ottawa?

A: 

The admission deadlines for some of the courses at University of Ottawa are given as follows:

Course

Intake/Term

Deadline

Art History

Fall 2023

May 15, 2024

Biomedical Mechanical Engineering

Fall 2023

Mar 31, 2024

Education

Winter 2024

Oct 30, 2024

Communication

Winter 2023

Oct 31, 2024

 

University of Ottawa Fees, Duration & Entry Requirements 2024

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Courses1st Year Tuition FeesDuration & Eligibility
MS(23 courses)
INR 10 L - 18 L
Duration12 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 - 7, TOEFL: 80 - 100
MEng(8 courses)
INR 13 L - 21 L
Duration18 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 - 7, TOEFL: 80 - 93
B.A.(43 courses)
INR 22 L - 26 L
Duration3-4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 86 & Above, PTE: 60 & Above
B.E. / B.Tech(26 courses)
INR 26 L - 39 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 86 & Above, PTE: 60 & Above
B.Sc.(34 courses)
INR 22 L - 32 L
Duration3-4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above
M.A.(33 courses)
INR 12 L - 21 L
Duration12 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 - 8, TOEFL: 92 & Above
BBA(8 courses)
INR 22 L - 32 L
Duration4 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 86 & Above, PTE: 60 & Above
PG Diploma(12 courses)
INR 12 L - 18 L
Duration12-16 months
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 - 7
MBA/PGDM(5 courses)
INR 14 L - 43 L
Duration12 months-2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 - 7, GMAT: 550 - 600, GRE: 310 & Above
MASc(7 courses)
INR 12 L - 21 L
Duration2 years
Exam AcceptedIELTS: 6.5 & Above, TOEFL: 80 & Above
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Q:   What is the tuition fees for international students at University of Ottawa?

A: 

The yearly tuition fees for international students at University of Ottawa are given as follows:

Courses

1st Year Tuition Fees

MS (18 Courses)

INR 9.23 L – INR 18.51 L

Others UG (43 Courses)

INR 22.37 L – INR 33.55 L

UG BTech (26 Courses)

INR 22.37 L – INR 48.9 L

UG certificate (6 Courses)

INR 21.95 L – INR 27.45 L

Others PG (17 Courses)

INR 15.91 L – INR 20.95 L

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Q:   What are the admission requirements to join University of Ottawa?

A: 

The admission requirements for international students at University of Ottawa are given as follows:

·       High School Secondary Certificate

·       Proof of English Language Proficiency

·       Bachelors Degree/Diploma

·       Letters of Recommendation

·       Official Trancripts

·       Letter of Intent

·       Resume

To read more about admissions, click here.

 

Q:   What are some of the helpful tips for students starting their first semester at the University of Ottawa?

A: 

Students starting their first semester at the uOttawa must keep the following things in mind: 

  • Attend the orientation / homecoming events 
  • Create a formal routine to manage the classes and personal routine
  • Find the space for studies in the campus so that there is no distraction
  • Get to know the city. Explore the museums, capital building, cafes, etc. 
  • Try to attend all the classes and make notes
 

Q:   What average do I need for University of Ottawa?

A: 

Indian students willing to take admission to the University of Ottawa must meet the admission requirements. The University of Ottawa admission requirements vary as per the course levels.

Undergraduate Courses

  • Have obtained, or be in the process of obtaining the Higher Secondary School Certificate or All India Senior School certificate
  • Have attained a minimum average of 75% (exceptions could be there as per programs)
  • Have completed, or be in the process of completing the pre-requisites for the preferred program. Also, unless otherwise stated, all pre-requisites should be completed in the senior year
  • Apart from the above-given admission requirements, students are required to meet the English language requirements

Graduate Courses

  • Master’s: The minimum qualification required to pursue a master’s programme at the University of Ottawa is Bachelor (3 years) and Master / Bachelor (3 years) from institutions with NAAC rating of A (Some programs) / Bachelor (4 years) / Postgraduate Diploma. The minimum grade required is 61% if the passing grade is 35%; 64% if the passing grade is 40%; 70% if the passing grade is 50%
  • Doctorate (PhD): Students must have M.Phil / M.Tech / MEngi. / MSc (Eng) / Doctor of Philosophy or Engineering. The minimum grade required is 68% if passing grade is 35%; 70% if passing grade is 40%; 75% if passing grade is 50%
  • Also, students must meet the English language requirements as specified by the University of Ottawa
 

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Students Ratings & Reviews

4.2/5
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Vibe of Campus
  • Academically oriented
  • Friendly
  • Multi-dimensional
  • Easy going
Student Views
  • 100% students never faced discrimination in this university
Internships3.2
Part time work4.7
Post study jobs3.8
Quality of faculty4.3
Student Life4.3
Value for money4.2
Public transportation4.5
Safety4.7
Indian Food3.7
Permanent Immigration4.3
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Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering - Batch of 2024
4.2
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A prestigious institute at the capital
Tips: The University of Ottawa is excellent institute in terms of world ranking. You will find an amazing faculty here. The social and cultural events are add-ons. They celebrate some of the Indian festivals at the campus like Holi party. It has good public transportation services. UOttawa has a train station inside the campus and you can travel for free anywhere in the city from the pass provided by the university.
Likes (Quality of faculty): The faculty of University of ottawa is great. All the professors hold Ph.D. degrees and are very knowledgeable in their respective subjects. Mostly all the professors have 10+ years of field experience which is very helpful in favour of the students. Also, the course curriculum depends upon the professor.
Dislikes (Internships): For MEng Civil Engineering, University of ottawa is not offering any co-op terms. You have to find the internship by yourself and apply for co-op permit if you get the internship. However, the university will help you in the process but you have to spend some extra money for that.
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Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Batch of 2025
4.2
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
One must choose this university.
Tips: Should be fully prepared to be independent. Accept that leaving out of home is gonna be challenging. Yet it's gonna be alright. Prepare for the course as much as possible before even it starts. Find some friends who are studying the same course. Build your connections. Do your own research.
Likes (Part time work): I was able to find part jobs within 14 days of landing. Build a Canadian-style resume. Apply for part jobs on online website like LinkedIn, Glassdoor, indeed etc. I even went to each store in malls and handed out my resume personally to the managers.
Dislikes (Indian Food): I prefer to eat home-cooked meals as outside foods are very expensive and have very less vegetarian options. But outside food here is clean and has a lot of Indian restaurants. For me, food was never a problem. I could easily manage cooking although I never cooked my own food in India.
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Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Batch of 2024
3.6
PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Exciting and fun environment to deepen your knowledge and build relationships.
Tips: Be open to any challenges to face here, sometimes you will have to manage all your expenses and food, and at times you might even feel lonely. But during these hard times, you will have to go through this with the utmost sheer will. Come prepared when coming for international studies, such as the accommodation, roommates, and other documents needed here so that you won't get stranded when the time comes. Through social platforms like LinkedIn and WhatsApp contact persons who already went there for additional information or if possible maybe related to your programme as well.
Likes (Value for money): The overall course structure has many practical components such as projects and assignments relevant to the industry standards which benefits students who are applying for jobs. The part-time available positions are high in number so at least the expenses will be covered. Even though the job market is a little low now due to the recession, many postings and opportunities are coming our way.
Dislikes (Safety): There is always police surveillance throughout the area. There are few specific streets to avoid as they are filled with people who are on not trustworthy. But overall at least where I am living the safety measures taken by the government are actually good.
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University of Ottawa is better for Masters
Tips: Before enrolling in university, students should conduct thorough research, focus on the available courses in their field of interest, co-op prospects, and TA positions. I was fortunate to secure a $500 allowance. Adjusting to climate change might present some challenges, but with proper preparation and resources, it can be manageable.
Likes (Part time work): There are many part-time opportunities on and off campus which offers flexibility and easy balance work with studies. Average pay is 16.55/hr and it's even higher around 18-21$/hr for security and TA positions. Coming to the on-campus jobs there are many administrative and office jobs for students. For off-campus they can work in retail, walmart/grocery stores and the food industry too.
Dislikes (Post study jobs): I'm not sure about the companies that sponsor visas but there are many opportunities for IT people, especially in networking and development fields. For core, there are opportunities in embedded systems. As I said earlier the jobs for freshers would be more in networking, embedded etc. The salaries range from 70k-100k (CAD). If one is developed and experienced, the salary can be more than that.
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PlacementsInfrastructureFacultyCrowd & Campus LifeValue for Money
Well organized and world’s largest bilingual university
Tips: It is a bit tough in the starting phase as you will face homesickness. The best advice I can give is to study before you come to study as the education level is well advanced. There are no scholarships for international students that you can get. I am satisfied with my coursework and university programme.
Likes (Public transportation): Well, the transportation service is actually good. There are options of buses and metro which are connected to even corners of cities. The timing interval between buses is also max. 20 minutes which will help you to reach your desired destination. It is very good.
Dislikes (Internships): In Master programme there are no internships. So there is nothing you can do to save your fees but if you perform well there are chances that you can avail internship. In Bachelor you can get it but not in the master programme. The University website has described everything.
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Q:   Does University of Ottawa offer placements to international students?

A: 

University of Ottawa offers CSL placements to students after graduation. The Community Service Learning programme benefits all stakeholders and it helps the community partners in the following ways:

·       It provides additional human resources

·       It lets the students increase services and accomplish goals that they may have not otherwise accomplished

·       It offers the students the knowledge that they have gained through their university studies

·       It accepts new volunteers

 

Q:   How are the job opportunities after Masters from university of Ottawa?

A: 

University of Ottawa has its Career corner that focuses on the Career Development of the student and on the goals for their future. Currently, there are overall 45,000 students on campus which includes around 10,000 employees. The average placement rates for some of the courses and subject at the university are given as follows:

ProgramGraduation Rate (%) Employment rate (%)Employment rate (%) 
TypeuOttawauOttawa (6 months)Ontario  (6 months)
Agriculture / Biology Sciences78.784.081.6
Business and Commerce74.590.288.6
Computer Science58.975.881.3
Education 94.197.896.0
Engineering 69.580.681.3
Fine and Applied Arts64.984.275.3
Food Science and Nutrition81.1100.089.3
Health professions 77.788.787.5
 

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University of Ottawa Rankings 2024

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Overall University Grade
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#301-350
#401-500
Business Economics
C++
#301-400
Mechanical Engineering
C++
#351-400
#301-350
#401-500
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Q:   What is the rank of University of Ottawa?

A: 

According to the QS World University Rankings 2023, University of Ottawa is ranked at #237. The comparative QS World rankings of University of Ottawa and McMaster University are given in the table below:

Year

University of Ottawa

McMaster University

2019

289

146

2020

281

140

2021

279

144

2022

230

140

2023

237

152

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Q:   Which is better; University of Ottawa or York university?

A: 

The comparative Times Higher Education Rankings of University of Ottawa and York University are given as follows:

Year

University of Ottawa

York University

2019

176

351-400

2020

141

401-500

2021

145

401-500

2022

162

401-500

2023

137

401-500

 

Q:   What are the Business course rankings at University of Ottawa?

A: 

The rankings of Business courses at University of Ottawa are given as follows:

Year

QS- Global MBA & Times Higher Education PG Business and Economics

2019

201-250

2020

201-250

2021

201-250

2022

301-400

2023

301-400

 

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Q:   What are the best things for the University of Ottawa students to do on the weekends?

A: 

Some of the few things that the University of Ottawa students can check out or do over the weekend are: 

  • As Ottawa is rich in culture, students can visit Canadian Museum of Nature, History, War, etc. 
  • Check out some of the art galleries 
  • Go for the walks around Rideau Canal
  • Go to ByWard market 
  • Try out shopping near Bayshore Mall, Rideau Mall and Tanger Outlets
  • Check out some local coffee shops such as Bridgehead, Second Cup, etc. 
 

Q:   What are some of the helpful tips for students starting their first semester at the University of Ottawa?

A: 

Students starting their first semester at the uOttawa must keep the following things in mind: 

  • Attend the orientation / homecoming events 
  • Create a formal routine to manage the classes and personal routine
  • Find the space for studies in the campus so that there is no distraction
  • Get to know the city. Explore the museums, capital building, cafes, etc. 
  • Try to attend all the classes and make notes
 
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The University of Ottawa admission requirements for MPH course are given below: 

  • The applicants are required to have an Honors bachelor's degree with specialisation in major related to Public Health with an average of B+ (75%) or equivalent 
  • IELTS overall score of 7.0 / TOEFL with a score of 100
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A. For undergraduate applicants, processing documents, evaluating applications, and calculating admission averages may take a few weeks after the applicants have sent all their required documents to the University of Ottawa. The applicants should receive an email acknowledging the receipt of the app

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Answered 6 months ago

The application fee for the University of Ottawa MBA course is CAD 110. This is a non-refundable application fee. In INR, this application fee will be around INR 7,000. The documents required to submit the University of Ottawa MBA application are given below:

  • Resume or CV
  • Admission test scores (GMAT /

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Answered 6 months ago

The typical University of Ottawa MBA student profile is:

  • Average years of work experience: 8
  • Age of the oldest student: 54
  • Age of young student: 25
  • Percentage of students who identify as women: 41%
  • Percentage of international students: 21%
  • Average GMAT score: 628

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To study MBA at the University of Ottawa, the applicants are required to meet the below-given entry requirements:

  • The applicants are required to have a Canadian baccalaureate degree, or equivalent, with a minimum admission average of B (70%)
  • At least 3 years of full-time managerial or professional exp

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