During your first year of Engineering you learned about the diversity of the profession and the rewarding careers it offers. Since then, you’ve grown personally and academically. You’ve had amazing experiences and accumulated new knowledge. Your passion for learning has grown.
Graduate Studies Option
You may now choose to take your education to the next level by pursuing a graduate degree. The benefits of earning a master’s or doctoral degree in Engineering are higher salaries, and greater professional responsibility and satisfaction as a result of greater knowledge.
If you are considering a graduate degree, discuss it with your professors and department advisors—you may discover opportunities you never imagined possible.
It Runs in the Family
Whatever you do after graduation, you are now part of a group of professionals who share the same memories and high-quality education. UAlberta Engineering alumni are always willing to provide advice, guidance and friendship.
Services such as the Faculty of Engineering Employment Centre are available to you at any time.
Our Engineering Generations Wall, located on the 2nd Floor of the Maier Learning Centre in the Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex (ETLC), proudly displays alumni who share not only the bond of being U of A Engineers, but also family bonds as well. If your family is not yet on our wall, contact email@example.com or call 780.492.4159 to find out how you and your U of A Engineer relatives can be added.
Keeping in Touch
As a young alumnus, staying involved and in touch with the Faculty helps you as you enter the profession and keeps you informed about what’s going on in the Faculty and across campus. Your continued involvement with our program means your expertise and experience can help enrich the opportunities our students receive. Your involvement in programs and events such as First-year nights, design projects, and as a partner in the Co-op Education Program—helps our students immeasurably.
As an alumnus, you receive a complimentary subscription to U of A Engineer, the Faculty of Engineering alumni magazine and the annual Faculty of Engineering calendar. You’ll also be invited to Alumni receptions, Alumni Weekend, and the annual Open House.