Happy 10th Birthday Beamish-Munro Hall and the Integrated Learning Centre!

We’re celebrating 10 years of integrated learning in Beamish-Munro Hall. This award-winning space inspires learning and creative thinking among undergraduate engineering students. Please enjoy this video featuring some of the ILC’s incredible visionaries.

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Inspiring Greatness

Inspiring Greatness

This $85 million campaign will ensure we continue to grow, evolve and deliver innovative learning experiences that inspire greatness.
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The ECE Innovation Stream

The ECE Innovation Stream

New for 2015! This direct-entry stream is suited to motivated, innovation-minded students who know that electrical or computer engineering is exactly what they want.
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Aboriginal Access

Aboriginal Access

Provides culturally relevant student support services to Aboriginal engineering students.
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Why Grad Studies? Luka Ledoux

Why Grad Studies? Luka Ledoux

Luka Ledoux's research will significantly reduce mining emissions.
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News & Events

Harnessing the power of the tides

Posted on March 20, 2015

Ryan Mulligan, an Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering, will be presenting his work at the 4th Oxford Tidal Energy Workshop, being held at the University of Oxford on March 23-24.

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Inspiring Greatness in the Gael’s Den

Posted on March 16, 2015

QYEA hosts Gael's Den event in Toronto and allocates $20,000 to design teams.

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Why Grad Studies? Edith Deretey

Posted on March 06, 2015

Edith Deretey's 4th year ECE project evolved into her MASc research in Intelligent Systems.

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Why Grad Studies? Emily Cowperthwaite

Posted on March 03, 2015

Emily Cowperthwaite's MASc research landed her a job at NOVA Chemicals.

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Why Grad Studies? Simon Jones

Posted on February 17, 2015

Simon Jones' (MASc'09) work at HMRC jumpstarted his career at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute.

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