Engineering

Whatever the type of engineering career you’re interested in pursuing, we guarantee our schools have a program that’s perfect to help start you on your way.

And with a range of courses and specializations to choose from, you can get a head start on achieving those goals, right from the very beginning of your university degree. Here are just a few of the different areas you can specialize in – choose one, or mix and match your interests!

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Biological Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Water Resources

Studying in small classes, led by top-notch professors, students will have plenty of opportunity to gain hands-on experience – specifically putting their skills to work in a range of group projects, using cutting-edge labs and facilities. In addition to providing valuable on-the-job experience through various co-operative education opportunities, our engineering programs aim to ensure graduates are industry ready upon completion of their degrees.

For those students hoping to return home after their studies, not to worry – Canadian engineering degrees are highly regarded around the world, and can help international students gain an extremely competitive edge when applying for jobs wherever they go. While on the other hand, for those students interested in staying to work in Canada – again, not to worry! The country is a great place for emerging engineers to start out their careers, and it’s easy to stay and work in Canada after graduating from one of our CUAC universities.

 
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