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Submitted by nnreimer.local on Thu, 05/29/2014 - 11:54am

As a graduate student at the Schulich School of Engineering, you'll be part of a strong and vibrant community of more than 1,200 men and women who are learning to become complex problem-solvers and outstanding student researchers.

Research is an integral part of the graduate experience at our school, which has one of the highest concentrations of research chairs of any engineering school in the country. The University of Calgary is also aiming to become one of the top five research-intensive universities in Canada by 2016. This means you have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the leading engineering researchers.

Schulich School of Engineering has the highest rate of diversity among faculty at the University of Calgary, with 72 per cent of having obtained at least one international degree.

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Choose a well-rounded graduate experience

The Schulich School of Engineering is a leader in research, with world-class faculty and high-quality laboratories and facilities. Our innovative teaching offers practical, hands-on experiences, and our interdisciplinary approach to research and learning enriches the quality and breadth of the graduate experience.

We offer graduate degrees through our five engineering departments and through several interdisciplinary programs.

Study in Canada’s engineering capital

The graduate experience at the Schulich School of Engineering is enhanced by our location in Calgary, the engineering capital of Canada. Our school has strong ties to industry, which provides a wide range of opportunities for multidisciplinary work, both in traditional fields such as petroleum, mechanical, software and transportation, and in groundbreaking areas like biomedical and environmental engineering.

Calgary is home to over one million people. It’s also Canada’s energy capital and has the second highest number of corporate head offices in the country. The city is situated on the confluence of two rivers, has numerous walking and cycling trails, and is a vibrant, safe and clean multicultural urban center with an entrepreneurial spirit. It has been ranked the world’s fifth most liveable city by the Economist Intelligent Unit (EIU) Global Liveability Report of 2013.

On-campus international students have access to Canada's excellent health care system and social services.

Become a leader in sustainable energy

In 2010 and 2008, Corporate Knights magazine ranked the Schulich School the top school in Canada for teaching sustainable engineering. Learn more about graduate programs in this leading-edge field of study by reading the following resources:

Funding opportunities

Graduate student funding comes from many different sources – it can come from a single source or a combination of sources:

  • supervisors, programs, scholarships, awards, research grants, graduate assistantships, training grants, governments, foundations, private donors, third party sponsors and more.

Visit Faculty of Graduate Studies - Awards to learn everything you need to know.

Professional Development Opportunities

The Faculty of Graduate Studies has partnered with multiple organizations on and off campus to provide you with information about a wide range of valuable resources, workshops, courses and activities in a single location.

Participating in My GradSkills workshops and events throughout your studies will help you acquire academic and professional skills. These skills will help you complete your graduate degree in a timely fashion and to stand out to future employers.

Learn more about current My GradSkills workshops and resources.

Find out more

Visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies page.

Choose a well-rounded graduate experience

The Schulich School of Engineering is a leader in research, with world-class faculty and high-quality laboratories and facilities. Our innovative teaching offers practical, hands-on experiences, and our interdisciplinary approach to research and learning enriches the quality and breadth of the graduate experience.

We offer graduate degrees through our five engineering departments and through several interdisciplinary programs.

Study in Canada’s engineering capital

The graduate experience at the Schulich School of Engineering is enhanced by our location in Calgary, the engineering capital of Canada. Our school has strong ties to industry, which provides a wide range of opportunities for multidisciplinary work, both in traditional fields such as petroleum, mechanical, software and transportation, and in groundbreaking areas like biomedical and environmental engineering.

Calgary is home to over one million people. It’s also Canada’s energy capital and has the second highest number of corporate head offices in the country. The city is situated on the confluence of two rivers, has numerous walking and cycling trails, and is a vibrant, safe and clean multicultural urban center with an entrepreneurial spirit. It has been ranked the world’s fifth most liveable city by the Economist Intelligent Unit (EIU) Global Liveability Report of 2013.

On-campus international students have access to Canada's excellent health care system and social services.

Become a leader in sustainable energy

In 2010 and 2008, Corporate Knights magazine ranked the Schulich School the top school in Canada for teaching sustainable engineering. Learn more about graduate programs in this leading-edge field of study by reading the following resources:

Funding opportunities

Graduate student funding comes from many different sources – it can come from a single source or a combination of sources:

  • supervisors, programs, scholarships, awards, research grants, graduate assistantships, training grants, governments, foundations, private donors, third party sponsors and more.

Visit Faculty of Graduate Studies - Awards to learn everything you need to know.

Professional Development Opportunities

The Faculty of Graduate Studies has partnered with multiple organizations on and off campus to provide you with information about a wide range of valuable resources, workshops, courses and activities in a single location.

Participating in My GradSkills workshops and events throughout your studies will help you acquire academic and professional skills. These skills will help you complete your graduate degree in a timely fashion and to stand out to future employers.

Learn more about current My GradSkills workshops and resources.

Find out more

Visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies page.