Discover Engineering

at Canada's #1 Engineering School

Experiential Learning


For generations, U of T Engineering students have proudly displayed "E4TW" on their Skule™ jackets. But what does it mean to be an "engineer for the world"? Learn more about E4TW »

Graduate with up to 20 months of meaningful work experience, a competitive salary, an extensive network and professional skills you'll leverage for years to come. Learn more about our co-op program »

Student Life

Our sense of community is built on a rich history that dates back nearly 150 yearsOver the decadesU of T Engineering has evolved to include many events and quirks that have become celebrated traditions. Discover Skule traditions »

With more than 140 cultures represented throughout its neighbourhoods, Toronto is a welcoming place where the world comes together. Learn more about Toronto »

150 Years

U of T Engineering turned 150 years old in 2023


Injected into the Canadian economy per year as a result of U of T’s research


Engineering minors and certificates to customize your degree


International students in first-year engineering studies


For the past seven years, U of T Engineering’s first-year class has been near or above 40% women, the highest proportion in Canada


Engineering student clubs and teams to explore


Companies employ 800+ engineering co-op students each year


U of T is first in Canada and 21st in the world for producing the most employable graduates (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2022)


Countries our students call home


Partner universities worldwide for study or research opportunities


U of T Engineering is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive community, and to increasing access to engineering studies for communities that have historically been underrepresented within the profession. Learn more about our commitment »


Ursula Franklin Women in Engineering Series

The Ursula Franklin Women in Engineering Series is an umbrella of offerings geared towards inspiring those who identify as women and non-binary students to pursue engineering. Learn more about the Ursula Franklin Women in Engineering series »

Four students studying in a library together

Our tight-knit community thrives because success is a shared goal. You'll find support among your fellow classmates, in your professors and teaching assistants, and in the staff members who facilitate a range of specialized services that address the needs of engineering students. Learn more about student success resources »

View our academic requirements and learn how to apply to U of T Engineering