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What would it be like to take exciting classes while discovering new landscapes and cultures? Have you ever thought about conducting research in Bombay, Paris, Buenos Aires or Hong Kong while completing your degree? The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering works in cooperation with the Centre for International Experience (CIE) to offer students great opportunities to study at more than 150 top-tier institutions in 40 countries.
The Jeffrey Skoll BASc/MBA program provides University of Toronto engineering students with the opportunity to pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree at the Rotman School of Management immediately after completion of their BASc. This program is unique in Canada. Students admitted into the program will be considered for a Skoll scholarship to partially offset the Rotman MBA tuition.
There are many occasions in which students are required to use personal protective equipment (PPE) including:
- safety footwear bearing the CSA Green Patch
- hard hat
- protective eyewear with side shields
- tear-away safety vest
- ear protection
Students are required to purchase their own PPE.
All field trips, laboratories, and other events require advance briefing on the nature of the potential hazards and students are required to attend these briefings and to follow the provided instructions.
Students are required to have completed a total of 600 hours of acceptable practical experience before graduation (normally during their summer vacation periods). Satisfactory completion of CME358H1 - Survey Camp, will contribute 100 hours toward this requirement. Satisfactory completion of the Professional Experience Year (PEY) will also completely fulfill the Practical Experience Requirement.
After you have completed a portion or all of your Practical Experience Requirement, you are asked to submit a PER report form to the Student Services Team at GB105.
Imagine being able to graduate virtually debt free and with valuable working experience! Participation in the Professional Experience Year Co-op Program (PEY) may allow you to do just that. This is a voluntary 12 - 16 month internship program which you may select after your 2nd or 3rd year of studies. As a PEY student you will work on long-term projects and be viewed as a long-term employee. The average salary for PEY placements is between $34,000 - $37,000. Companies who have recently hired Civil Engineering PEY students include:
- Antamex International.
- Bombardier Inc.
- Dillon Consulting Ltd.
- Holcim (Canada) Inc. - Dufferin Concrete
- Enbridge Gas
- Halsall and Associates
- IBM Canada Ltd.
- Loblaw Companies Ltd.
- Ministry of Transportation of Ontario
- Petro Canada
- Toronto Transit Commission
- Yolles Partnership Inc.