The Master of Engineering (MEng) in Aerospace Science and Engineering offered at UTIAS is a program dedicated to engineers who wish to upgrade their qualifications with the goal of working in the aerospace industry. Students select from the wide range of UTIAS courses, as well as courses offered by other University of Toronto departments, to create a personalized curriculum. Students can also opt to follow one of several emphases, which provide more concentrated teaching in a specific area, and which are recorded on the student’s transcript.
UTIAS MEng students take courses in all the major aerospace disciplines, in the many other engineering and computer science fields offered at the University of Toronto, and in engineering management.
Each UTIAS MEng student can select their own customized set of courses from the wide selection offered at the University of Toronto. The course work is supplemented by a wealth of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
In addition, UTIAS MEng students can take advantage of our strong international connections, particularly with Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China and ISAE-SUPAERO in France. UTIAS offers innovative exchange and joint study international opportunities with both partner institutions.
The MEng program is based on course work with no major research component but MEng students may elect to complete the AER1810H MEng project, supervised by a UTIAS professor. Students looking for a research-rich experience should investigate our MASc and PhD degrees.
The UTIAS MEng program is an ideal choice for hard-working, ambitious students aiming to succeed in the Canadian and global aerospace industries.
Length of study
UTIAS MEng students can choose one of three program options:
- Full-time, where all course work is completed within one year;
- Extended full-time, with two years to complete the course work;
- Part-time study
Transfer between the full-time, extended full-time and part-time programs is not permitted after registration. The default registration is the extended full-time program.
- Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. For international students, degree and grade equivalencies can be found at the International Degree Equivalencies directory.
- BASc degree from the University of Toronto or an equivalent four-year degree in engineering from a recognized university. Applicants require a minimum average grade of B in their final year.
Please ensure that you meet our minimum admission requirements as stated above.
Submit an application on the SGS Admissions Management site and pay the pay the $125 application fee (non-refundable/transferable, regardless of the circumstance). Applications will not be processed until the application fee is received. You will be prompted for your payment information after you click “submit.” Please note that there is no way to edit your application once it has been submitted.
On the SGS Admissions Management site please submit:
- Your applicant profile (personal information, academic history, etc.), and,
- Scans of complete (or most up-to-date) academic transcript(s). Applicants must scan and upload each post-secondary institutional transcript as a PDF file. In lieu of a scanned copy of a paper transcript, applicants may upload a PDF file of their academic history from their university’s student web service. Every transcript must include its respective grading scale. You are not required to submit official (paper) transcripts until requested by the graduate office.
- Applicants should monitor their application status on SGS Admissions Management.
Your SGS Admission Application includes:
- Personal/general Information
- Statement of intent
- Curriculum vitae
- Academic history and detailed grades*
- Referee contact information**
Once you submit your application on SGS Admissions Management, you will not be able to modify it.
**Two reference letters are required. Your referees must submit their letters of reference electronically on the SGS Admission Application Management site. Do not submit more than two referees. Only two letters will be considered. Instructions on how to submit letters of reference will be sent automatically to referees by the SGS Admission Application Management site. An application is not complete until both letters of reference have been submitted.
It is highly recommended that applicants (1) submit their applications well in advance of the deadline and (2) confirm that their letters of reference have been submitted by logging on to SGS Admission Management Application site.
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