Current Engineering Graduate Students

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    Navigate Your Degree With Grad Maps

    Grad Maps provides an overview of the opportunities available to you at every stage of your degree to maximize your research potential, develop your professional skills, connect with your peers and mentors, build your professional network, and launch your career plan.

    Advance Your Skills With U of T Engineering Programs and Services

    Discover U of T Engineering programs and services to develop your skills to succeed in graduate school and beyond.

    Featured Event: Resume and Cover Letter for Industry

    Date: Wednesday October 11

    Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm ET

    Location: GB202

    Looking to tune up your résumé and cover letter for industry roles? Join us for a session with Career Exploration & Education to learn strategies and tips to build and refresh your industry job application material.

    We will discuss:

    • Creating application materials targeted to industry roles
    • How to analyze industry job descriptions so you can successfully tailor your résumé
    • Strategies to create a more effective and captivating résumé including writing strong accomplishment statements and organizing résumé sections effectively
    • Approaches to drafting tailored cover letters in an efficient and compelling manner

    Bonus Activity: Participate in a résumé review for personalized feedback! You will need to bring a digital copy of your working résumé (does not need to be finalized) and be ready to share it with your peers.

    Facilitator: Dr. Jessica Wurster, Career Exploration & Education, Graduate Career Educator

    Register today!

    Upcoming Events

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    Join a Student Group and Get Involved in the U of T Community

    Find student associations, events, and initiatives that align with your interests to get involved in the graduate community and foster new connections.


    A student-led forum for cross-departmental collaboration on academic, social and professional events.


    A cross-department, student-run organization focused on empowering individuals, cultivating a positive environment, and making an impact.

    Graduate Super Women Engineers

    A group of self-identifying women engineers who strive to build a supportive and inclusive community for students.

    National Society of Black Engineers

    A group that aims to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

    Department Student Associations

    Get involved in your department by joining a student association.

    Student Organization Portal

    Explore the diversity of student groups, events, and opportunities beyond the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering using this portal.


    A hub for graduate support and finding community. Programming includes skill building sessions, conversational chats, and social opportunities.

    SGS Grad Hub

    To learn about more opportunities to get involved in the U of T community, visit the SGS Grad Hub, click on Resources & Supports, and navigate to Graduate Experience.

    Graduate Student Spaces

    Department Student Lounges

    Check out your department's student association's website to learn about graduate student lounges and common rooms.

    MEng Student Lounge

    MEng students have a dedicated space in the Myhal Centre (MY660).

    Grad Room

    Home to the School of Graduate Studies' Centre for Graduate Professional Development, Grad Room is your inclusive graduate space on the St. George campus.

    U of T Resources

    SGS Grad Hub

    The SGS Grad Hub is a comprehensive database of the programs, services, and resources available to U of T graduate students. It is recommended that you review the SGS Hub at the beginning of your degree, and bookmark it so you can return to it throughout your degree.

    Below is a summary of resources that students commonly use from the SGS Grad Hub and U of T Engineering. This list is not comprehensive. It is recommended that students review the SGS Grad Hub.

    Postdoctoral Fellows

    The School of Graduate Studies' Postdoctoral Fellow Office has collected some useful resources to help make your transition to U of T as smooth as possible. Learn more here.