We are currently accepting MEng applications
Completing an MEng degree can help you:
- Gain specialized knowledge
- Advance in your career
- Enhance your professional network
- Gain research experience
- Domestic: June 1, 2023
- International: May 1, 2023
What our MEng students say?
“MEng studies prepared me well for pursing a Ph.D. degree. I was able to refresh my analytical toolbox, taking computation and math courses relevant to my field of research. After 6 years in the industry, the MEng program was a great way to onboard back into academia. I could also see it working well the other way around, preparing students for industry with higher level courses and projects.”
– Charlie Katrycz | Ph.D. Candidate
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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.