Graduate Research Program

Graduate Student in Lab


The Faculty of Engineering is aware of the recent announcement from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada related to an intake cap on international student permit applications.  We would like to ensure applicants of the Master of Engineering (MEng) programs that this does not apply to the MEng programs, and thos pursuing MESc and PhD degrees are not inclued in the cap.  You are encouraged to regularly consult the IRCC website for updates

The goal of our graduate research program is to train MESc and PhD students for independent research in today's changing technological world in either industry or academia.  

Mechanical and Materials Engineering offers research intensive, thesis-based MESc (2-yr) and PhD (4-yr) programs, providing leading edge research using state of the art experimental and computational research facilities. The department has research strengths in diverse areas addressing present day challenges, as well as developing technologies for the future. Our two or four year program will provide a motivating training environment and an opportunity in conducting independent investigation, using developed analytical skills to produce highly capable professionals.

We provide you with a video of a MESc student, who recently copmleted her degree.


If you are experiencing difficulty with the electronic application, please email

or contact the dedicated phone line 519-850-2341