Year 3, PEY and Year 4 EngSci students, are you thinking of applying to graduate school?
Join Professors Arthur Chan and Rob Irish for a special session to learn how to put your best foot forward with a strong personal statement.
This event has three components:
1. Watch three short video modules before the event—find them on the EngSci Info Hub’s Grad School Info page (UTORid login required):
- Understanding personal statements: What they are, and how to structure them
- Past experiences: Three example statements that show you how to decide what to include
- Future work, communication principles, and resources to help you
Once you’ve seen the videos, you probably have some questions about your specific situation, schools, and goals.
Come to the event to ask about how to make the best impression and build a convincing argument for yourself through your personal statement.
2. Ask a question before the event
After you have watched the videos, you can submit or upvote questions ahead of the event through Slido, event code #10oct2023. There will also be plenty of time to ask questions live during the event.
3. Attend the event
This event is open to upper year EngSci students. Register for the session here.
U of T Engineering alumni, join us for this monthly series. Learn about exciting research in diverse subjects from U of T Engineering professors.
This month, ignite your curiosity and dive into the captivating world of non-invasive brain-computer interfaces with EngSci alumnus Professor Tom Chau (BME). Hear how new breakthroughs and clinical applications are opening doors of inclusion for children and youth with disabilities.
Register now and be part of an event that will reshape your perspective on what is possible for the future of rehabilitation.
Virtual: A Zoom link will be sent to all guests who registered.
By registering for the Skule Lunch & Learn event, you can earn Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits. CPD is essential for professional engineers and limited licence holders to renew their licenses annually.
To determine if this Skule Lunch & Learn presentation can be counted towards your CPD hours, please consider the following criteria from PEO & PEAK Program:
- Contribute to enhancing or maintaining the practitioner’s engineering competence,
- Feature engineering learning content relevant to their practice area
- Provide technical or regulatory knowledge pertaining to professional engineering acts,
- Not count as their professional practice hours or acts of professional engineering.
Discover U of T Engineering at this year’s Ontario Universities’ Fair (OUF)!
At this event, high school students can gather information and chat with staff and current students from our program.
Our Faculty will have a booth at the fair with representatives from all of our programs, including Engineering Science.
OUF runs from 9:30 am to 5 pm daily. Find full details and get your OUF Pass here.
So Many Beginnings. So Many Stories.
First time away from home, first all-nighter, first aha moment in a lecture hall. U of T was a time of new experiences and every spring, thousands of grads come back for more. These stories, photos and videos capture some of those U of T firsts.
Update your email here to stay informed about U of T Engineering-specific events. Registration opens in late spring 2024.
Would you like help reconnecting with EngSci or EngPhys classmates for reunion?
Join the EngSci Group in U of T Engineering CONNECT, or contact EngSci’s External Relations Officer, Christina Heidorn, at email@example.com.