Graduate Research Day 2021

Graduate Research Day 2021 is a unique opportunity to experience virtually what MSE UofT can offer you as a graduate student.

Prospective Students

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Undergraduate Studies

Materials engineers focus on improving what things are made of and how they are made. New materials enable better performance and sustainable technologies. What you'll learn:

    • Biomaterials

    • Design of Materials

    • Manufacturing with Materials

    • Sustainable Materials Processin


Graduate Studies

U of T is the number one ranked school in Canada for Materials Science - learn from our world-renowned researchers to earn one of the most competitive graduate degrees in the field.

    • Professional Stream: Master of Engineering (MEng)

    • Research Stream: Master of Applied Science (MASc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Latest News


Congratulations to Prof. Naguib, Prof. Zou and Prof. Azimi for winning the ‘Innovation at Interfaces’ Award!

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Congratulations to Nahid Molaei for receiving a scholarship from Canadian Mineral Processors (CMP)

Professor Gisele Azimi (ChemE, MSE), seen here with PhD candidate Bill Yao and undergraduate researcher Jiakai (Kevin) Zhang, leads a team dedicated to recovering strategic materials such as rare earth elements from both pre-consumer and post-consumer waste streams. (Photo: Tyler Irving)

Seeking Solutions to Electronic Waste: Prof. Gisele Azimi Featured on CBC News

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Congratulations to Prof. Yu Zou for Receiving the JMR Early Career Scholar in Materials Science Award

Research Areas

The Department of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto is one of the largest academic units of its discipline in North America. Our cutting-edge research and education in next-generation materials lend to the development of sustainable solutions that make a global impact.

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