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As an engineer you can make a difference in the lives around you by answering the call to serve humanity. We want to show you the endless possibilities engineering offers and help you achieve your potential.

At Schulich, we are committed to supporting student success, to fostering diversity and to conducting research that makes a difference. We hope you’ll unlock your future with us.

Read our brochure to learn more about the opportunities offered at Schulich!

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Become a Schulich Engineer

Learn about the exciting learning experiences for students at the Schulich School of Engineering.

Why study at the Schulich School of Engineering?

You’ll learn how to think creatively, solve problems and collaborate. You’ll go beyond the classroom and experience hands-on learning that will give you critical life skills. You’ll also learn global awareness, the power of flexibility, how to excel in a team and effective communication. When you graduate, you’ll have the knowledge to be successful, the skills to be a leader and friendships that will last a life time. Start your Schulich journey today.

10 reasons to choose the Schulich School of Engineering

  1. We offer $1.3 million in Schulich School of Engineering entrance scholarships and bursaries annually.
  2. We have a $500,000 per year fund to help students travel abroad and compete internationally.
  3. We have the largest internship program of its kind in Western Canada.
  4. We lead in integrating sustainability into engineering education.
  5. From developing electric motorbikes to racing concrete toboggans, we offer engaging extracurricular activities.
  6. We take you outside the classroom by offering hands-on learning opportunities
  7. We actively support diversity initiatives and have more female students and faculty than the national average.
  8. We offer unique program choices like biomedical engineering and energy and the environment.
  9. We are completing a $158.3 million renovation and expansion with brand new classrooms, labs and student spaces.
  10. We are located in Calgary, the centre of Canada's energy industry.

Learning beyond the classroom

As a Schulich student you will get many opportunities to apply your knowledge and build your collaboration skills through special projects and competitions. You can join clubs like the University of Calgary Solar Car Team and compete in events, such as the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race. You will have an opportunity to travel and learn how to succeed as part of a interdisciplinary project team.

Did you know?

Every year, the Schulich Student Activities Fund provides over $500,000 for extracurricular activities including team competitions and student travel.

View more clubs and teams.

Engineering internship program

The demand for engineers is high in Calgary and around the world. How can you ensure the job you get will be good for you? Building a successful, satisfying career takes planning and work.

Get work experience while you learn

Schulich internships give you the opportunity to gain job experience. This optional program offers 12 to 16 months of paid work experience. You can apply after your third year of study.

Find out more

For information about undergraduate admissions or programs, contact the Engineering Student Centre.

Online resources

Why study at the Schulich School of Engineering?

You’ll learn how to think creatively, solve problems and collaborate. You’ll go beyond the classroom and experience hands-on learning that will give you critical life skills. You’ll also learn global awareness, the power of flexibility, how to excel in a team and effective communication. When you graduate, you’ll have the knowledge to be successful, the skills to be a leader and friendships that will last a life time. Start your Schulich journey today.

10 reasons to choose the Schulich School of Engineering
  1. We offer $1.3 million in Schulich School of Engineering entrance scholarships and bursaries annually.
  2. We have a $500,000 per year fund to help students travel abroad and compete internationally.
  3. We have the largest internship program of its kind in Western Canada.
  4. We lead in integrating sustainability into engineering education.
  5. From developing electric motorbikes to racing concrete toboggans, we offer engaging extracurricular activities.
  6. We take you outside the classroom by offering hands-on learning opportunities
  7. We actively support diversity initiatives and have more female students and faculty than the national average.
  8. We offer unique program choices like biomedical engineering and energy and the environment.
  9. We are completing a $158.3 million renovation and expansion with brand new classrooms, labs and student spaces.
  10. We are located in Calgary, the centre of Canada's energy industry.
Learning beyond the classroom

As a Schulich student you will get many opportunities to apply your knowledge and build your collaboration skills through special projects and competitions. You can join clubs like the University of Calgary Solar Car Team and compete in events, such as the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race. You will have an opportunity to travel and learn how to succeed as part of a interdisciplinary project team.

Did you know?

Every year, the Schulich Student Activities Fund provides over $500,000 for extracurricular activities including team competitions and student travel.

View more clubs and teams.

Engineering internship program

The demand for engineers is high in Calgary and around the world. How can you ensure the job you get will be good for you? Building a successful, satisfying career takes planning and work.

Get work experience while you learn

Schulich internships give you the opportunity to gain job experience. This optional program offers 12 to 16 months of paid work experience. You can apply after your third year of study.

Find out more

For information about undergraduate admissions or programs, contact the Engineering Student Centre.

Online resources