#1 Engineering School in Canada

PEY Co-op student Sebastian Gajewski, left, works on the Next-Genertion Small Canadarm prototype at MDA with alumna Lauren Haensel, right. The Next-Generation Small Canadarm builds on the capabilities of Dextre, the Canadian-built robotic arm aboard the Inertnational Space Station.
PEY Co-op student Sebastian Gajewski, left, works on the Next-Genertion Small Canadarm prototype at MDA with alumna Lauren Haensel, right. The Next-Generation Small Canadarm builds on the capabilities of Dextre, the Canadian-built robotic arm aboard the Inertnational Space Station.

Professional Experience Year Co-op Program (PEY Co-op)

Students pursuing PEY Co-op gain up to 20 months of work experience where they can apply their knowledge at a full-time engineering job. Among the most highly regarded paid co-op opportunities in the country, PEY Co-op students develop skills and acquire experience that will serve them throughout their degree and into their careers.

Student life & student success

U of T Engineering is a community like no other—tight-knit, supportive and fun! With a dedicated First Year Office and services to help engineering students with math and writing, more than 94% of our students transition successfully from first to second year. This vibrant and inclusive community is very support driven.

Members of the Lady Godiva Memorial Band play music on U of T's iconic front campus. The LGMB is a student-led marching band that has been part of Skule™ tradition since 1949.
Members of the Lady Godiva Memorial Band play music on U of T's iconic front campus. The LGMB is a student-led marching band that has been part of Skule™ tradition since 1949.
Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship

In 2018, our Faculty celebrated the opening of the Myhal Centre—the newest building at the University of Toronto's downtown campus.

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