Mechanical Engineering Graduate Studies


Our Graduate Program

Our graduate curriculum is comprehensive, spanning a range of different disciplines, including solid and bio-mechanics, thermo-fluids, robotics and controls, aerosol science, engineering and project management, optimization. Such a variety of disciplinary strengths gives rise to opportunities for transdisciplinary research and graduate students often work on a variety of topics within their research groups. The key strengths of our graduate programs in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Management include robust levels of research output, excellent training opportunities, including professional development training, and high-quality employment outcomes post-graduation. Students in the Master of Science (MSc) and doctoral (PhD) programs are treated as "junior colleagues in research," and supervisors provide a tailored combination of autonomy and guidance in developing the good scientific judgment, critical thinking, and communication skills necessary for success. Our Master of Engineering program provides targeted training to those individuals wishing to expand and advance their knowledge of core and specialized concepts in Mechanical Engineering or Engineering Management. In fostering a robust community of interdisciplinary scholarship and achievement, we work to support a broad range of student backgrounds, learning styles, and student aspirations.

Important Application Deadlines

Fall Term Application Deadlines

  • MEng (International & Domestic) : April 1st
  • International Students MSc/PhD: March 15th
  • Canadian/PR Students MSc/PhD: May 15th

Winter Term Application Deadlines

  • MEng (International & Domestic) : No Admissions
  • International Students MSc/PhD: July 15th
  • Canadian/PR Students MSc/PhD: Sept 15th

Graduate Student Information


Prospective Students

Current Students

 

Get In Contact With The Graduate Department

  • For Inquiries Regarding Applications to MSc or PhD Programs Contact Serena Pike (Graduate Applications Assistant): mece.grad@ualberta.ca

  • For Inquiries Regarding Applications to MEng Programs Contact Heather Woodbury (MEng Program Assistant): mecmengg@ualberta.ca

  • Current Graduate Students in MSc Or PhD Programs Contact Gail Dowler (Sr Graduate Program Assistant): mgradadv@ualberta.ca

  • Current Graduate Students in MEng Programs Contact Heather Woodbury (MEng Program Assistant): mecmengg@ualberta.ca

  • MEng Advisor Contact Dr. Prashart Waghmare: menggadv@ualberta.ca

  • Associate Chair - Graduate Program Contact Dr. Chris Deninison: chair.mecegrad@ualberta.ca

The Faculty of Engineering provides students with excellent support to help you succeed in your academic career. Student advisors are available to assist you with program planning, course selection, and many other services. If you are already in a department, please start by contacting your department advisor. If you are in the Qualifying Year program please contact the Faculty Student Services Advisors.

The University of Alberta also offers a diverse number of university-wide services for all students. Ranging from mental health services to tutorial services, a complete list of UAlberta Student Services can be found online for your convenience.

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