EngSci alumni support our students and program by generously volunteering their time for mentorship, panel discussions, in-class career talks, networking events, award committees, and more.
Alumni are also involved in the Engineering Science Summer Research Opportunities Program (ESROP) as hosts at academic institutions, or as volunteer assessors who help evaluate student applications to the program.
To learn more about upcoming alumni volunteer opportunities, contact EngSci's External Relations Officer, Christina Heidorn (EngSci 9T1), at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent U of T Engineering graduates can take advantage of alumni career services offered by the Engineering Career Centre (ECC). Career counselling services include resume / cover letter support, networking advice, and job search assistance, as well as access to career fairs and other events.
EngSci alumni are encouraged to join the EngSci Group in U of T Engineering CONNECT to help build their professional network and access a worldwide community of over 10,000 Skule alumni and friends.
Alumni services at U of T
Check the U of T Engineering Alumni website for engineering-specific events, iron ring replacement, our alumni network, and more.
Want to stay informed about events and benefits?
Better yet, join the EngSci Group in U of T Engineering CONNECT to be in the loop!
Alumni seeking transcripts and course descriptions
To order transcripts in PDF or paper form, please visit the website of the U of T Transcript Centre.
Prospective employer can also use the Convocation Office's on-line Confirmation of Degree Form for a fee.
To obtain a a Degree Verification Letter, please contact the Registrar's Office at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.
Engineering Science is happy to provide a general letter to students, alumni, or an employer regarding the unique rigor and depth of the EngSci program. Please contact our External Relations Officer at email@example.com or 416-978-8634.
Alumni seeking experience letters for visas or immigration
Visa or immigration applications may require you to submit a letter verifying details of your degree and courses. You may be working with a lawyer to ensure your letter includes all requested information in the correct format. We are happy to provide such experience letters related to the EngSci program only in PDF format on U of T letterhead.
Once you have clearly established the information required, please send the following to our Curriculum Officer, Scott Sleeth, at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- your full name (include your previous and/or legal name, as it appears in your student records)
- U of T student number
- graduation year, degree, EngSci option/major
- the name and mailing address of the agency to which the letter should be addressed
- the list of specific information required related to your degree, areas of study, skills covered in courses, etc.
You may provide an editable draft of the letter but all descriptions of courses, topics and skills covered, etc., will be reviewed and / or modified by the university to ensure they accurately reflect your academic experience.
This process can involve consultation with several faculty members, our Registrar's Office, and course syllabi. Please note that, while we endeavour to attend to letter requests in a timely manner, this process can take several weeks, depending on the specific circumstances.