Graduate Research Day

Big ideas. Creative solutions. Global impact. Learn more about where a degree from Civil+Mineral Engineering will take you.

From Feb 20-22, 2020, we will host select MASc and PhD applicants for Graduate Research Days, an expenses-paid trip to U of T to learn more about our research-stream graduate programs.  This exclusive event will give you an opportunity to meet with faculty one-on-one, get to know our graduate students and their research, tour our labs and facilities, and meet fellow applicants.

Apply by January 15th to be considered!

Should I apply for this event?

We encourage all senior undergraduate or master’s students who are interested in pursuing a research degree, who are domestic (Canadian citizen or permanent resident) and currently attending a Canadian or American university, to apply for this event.

Please visit the PhD or MASc page to determine your admissions eligibility.

Invited applicants will arrive in Toronto on Thursday, February 20, 2020 and depart on Saturday, February 24, 2020.

How do I apply for this event?

To be considered for an invitation to this expenses-paid trip to U of T Civil + Mineral Engineering (CivMin), simply submit your application to the MASC or PHD program, here, before January 15th 2020. After this date we will still consider you if there is space!

Note** You only need to complete Step Three, the departmental application, to be considered for Graduate Research Days.

Full application instructions can be found here.

 

Applications open on October 1st 2019.

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The University of Toronto and University of Toronto Engineering is committed to increasing diversity among our community members. Excellence flourishes in an environment that embraces the broadest range of people.

Questions?

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions or send an email to graduateadmissions@civ.utoronto.ca.

Ready to apply? Fill out the form now to be considered to attend Graduate Research Days

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