Graduate Students

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Master's and PhD programs in Engineering 

The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo is one of the world’s top engineering schools, and Canada’s largest. With a global reputation for academic excellence and a supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem, Waterloo Engineering is the place to be for graduate students.

Emerging technologies, innovative research, and world-class facilities, it’s all here at Waterloo. Visit the webpages linked below, to access resources for future students, current students, and international students.

With six innovative academic departments, a School of Architecture, and the only Engineering School of Entrepreneurship and Business in Canada, Waterloo Engineering truly embraces interdisciplinary learning.

Our professional and research programs include 19 optional areas of specialization, growing co-op opportunities and 45+ research areas and collaborative programs across our disciplines. Visit the webpages below, to learn more about Graduate programs, research areas and supervisors, and how to fund your studies.

Graduate student services and Student life

There are various resources avaliable to Graduate students in the Enginnering Faculty. Student life at Waterloo University goes beyond studying and attending lectures. There a wide variety of clubs, associations, and recreational actitivties to choose from.

Whatever your interests, you’ll be in good company. Visit the webpages below, to learn more about services for Graduate students and student life at UWaterloo.

Request more information

Visit the Events and Info sessions page to learn more about the webinars, info sessions, and other events designed for Graduate students. Visit the request more infomation page, to read more about Graduate Studies at Waterloo University or join our mailing list.

Your ideas are 100% your intellectual property at the University of Waterloo. The University of Waterloo is the #1 Ranked University for comprehensive research. 150+ major awards are won by University of Waterloo graduate students.