How to apply
The Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering offers programs leading to the degrees of Master of Applied Science (MASc), Master of Engineering (MEng), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Green Energy Graduate Diploma (GDip), or a Graduate Diploma in Design (GDip). Our programs are open to students who satisfy our admission requirements. Learn more about our admission requirements and process here.
The Faculty of Engineering offers scholarships and fellowships for Canadian and Permanent Resident students entering Engineering graduate research programs. Almost all full-time thesis students are fully supported either from major scholarships such as NSERC and OGS, or from Research Assistantships funded by their faculty supervisors research grants. Read more about the available scholarships.
The Department also offers an Accelerated BASc-MASc degree program for current University of Waterloo undergraduate students who qualify for the program. Follow this link, if you wish to apply for the Accelerated Masters Program in the Faculty of Engineering.
Contact a Grad Supervisor
The Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Department offers a full-time student to carry out research under the supervision of a Professor who is expert in the subject field. You can contact prospective supervisors using our online form.
Get your questions answered
Find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) for Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering graduate studies. For all inquiry e-mails, please allow up to 48 business hours for a response from one of our graduate administrators.
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