How to Apply
The TWNER program will admit students from engineering (civil, chemical, and environmental) and natural sciences.
Since every research theme is supported by industry, and students will be co-supervised, all TWNER trainees will have access to their supervisors' labs, other partnering university labs, and industry research and development facilities. Students will benefit from training in the development of state-of-the-art technologies and analytical methods, and may play a major role in the future commercialization of the technologies.
Priority will be given to Canadian permanant residents and citizens. However, high-quality international students are also encouraged to apply.
If you are interested in becoming a TWNER trainee, contact Program Coordinator, Aimee Froude.