Registration form: Geochemistry of Hydrothermal Ore Deposits Short Course
October 12-19, 2019
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada


SHORT COURSE PARTICIPATION

1. ALL participants (students and non-students) must complete this registration form and make payment to hold a space in the course.
2. Graduate students wishing to take the course for credit MUST also complete additional registration steps (see Graduate Student Credit and Registration below).
3. Space in the course is guaranteed only after receipt of full payment.

COURSE FEES

􏰾 A valid university student ID# is required to be eligible for student rates
􏰾 Fees cover incidental course costs and do not constitute registration as a student at the University of
Ottawa

􏰾Incidental course costs include: lunch and coffee breaks

Fees are payable in Canadian dollars by credit card (VISA or MasterCard), cheque, money order,
company invoice/purchase order, or cash (in-person only)
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13% HST applies to course fees (provincial Harmonized Sales Tax)
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Travel, accommodation, entry requirements to Canada, meals outside of daily lunch, and
travel/hospital/medical insurance are the responsibility of the course participant

Student Fees

Full Course | $200.00+HST before August 21, 2019 | $300.00+HST after August 21, 2019

Non-Student

Full Course | $2000.00+HST
Per Module | $500.00+HST

Payment is for incidental course costs and does not constitute registration as a student at the University of Ottawa.

CANCELLATIONS

No refund for cancellations received after September 21, 2019 Cancellations must be received in writing by email to icsr@uottawa.ca

A 5% administration fee will apply for all cancellations before September 21, 2019.

SCHEDULE, LOCATION AND SERVICES

COURSE SCHEDULE

Oct 12/13: A Practical Guide to the Ore Elements, Minerals, and Fluids
Oct 14/15: Analyzing Rocks, Minerals and Fluids in Hydrothermal Systems
Oct 16/17: Fluid-Rock Interaction and Processes of Hydrothermal Alteration
Oct 18/19: Case Studies: Magmatic-Hydrothermal and Seawater-Dominated Systems

More details are available at science.uottawa.ca/earth/short_course

The class schedule is 8:30 am to 5:00 pm daily; remarks on Opening Day begin at 8:00 am. Lectures will be held on the University of Ottawa campus.

Surface and underground pay parking are available on campus. The 8-day course is scheduled during uOttawa’s Reading Week; some services may not be available.

GRADUATE STUDENT CREDIT AND REGISTRATION

ALL graduate students must complete this registration form and pay the incidental fees in order to take the course. 


OCGC students taking the course for credit? See below and note University of Ottawa registration deadlines are applicable. 

Graduate students - steps to register for credit: 


This course corresponds to University of Ottawa and Laurentian University GEO5306 (3 credits). 
Graduate students must attend the entire course for full credit. 


Graduate students enrolled at University of Ottawa or Carleton University must also complete course registration through your home institution course registration process. 


Graduate students enrolled at ONTARIO universities wishing to transfer credit for this course to their home institution must also complete the Ontario Visiting Graduate Student (OVGS) form. Contact your academic unit or your Graduate Studies office for the form. A generic form is available on our website at science.uottawa.ca/earth/short_course. Please follow the instructions provided and use course code “GEO5306” and course title “Hydrothermal Ore Deposits”. 


Graduate students from any university may attend the course and may receive credit from their respective institutions, subject to approval from their home Department. Students are responsible for obtaining the approval and credit from their home Department.

Graduate students at NON-ONTARIO universities (Canadian and non-Canadian) wishing to receive an official transcript from the University of Ottawa must be admitted part-time to the University of Ottawa as a Special Student; additional fees and restrictions will apply. Contact icsr@uottawa.ca for more information. 


ONLY those graduate students registered with the Ontario Visiting Graduate Student Program or admitted as part-time students at the University of Ottawa will receive an official mark. Other students are encouraged to discuss obtaining credit for this course with their home Departments.


COURSE FORMAT AND EVALUATION 


Students registered in the course will be evaluated on the basis of daily problem sets and exercises (60% of the final mark) and a final take-home exam based on lecture materials and reading related to the course (40% of the final mark). Time will be allocated each day to discuss materials presented in the class and assist with problem sets. The take-home exam will be due 1 week after the end of the course (October 27, 2019). 
Students will receive a letter from the course instructor indicating successful completion of the course and a course mark, where appropriate. This letter is not an official transcript.


PREREQUISITES 


Advanced undergraduate level (3rd or 4th-year) courses in geochemistry, petrology and ore deposits are strongly recommended. For students without prerequisites, permission from the course administrator is required (icsr@uottawa.ca). 


COURSE MATERIALS 


A complete set of notes, available as pdf only, and related course material will be provided. These will form the basis for daily problem sets and practical exercises, and a final take-home exam. Course materials are not offered for sale and are available only to attendees during the course. 


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 


The course may be applicable toward continuing education and professional development requirements for Professional Registration. Non-student participants will receive a completion letter following the course, indicating the modules attended and the hours. 



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