Extended deadline: Last day students can apply for late withdrawal without documentation (LWD) from 2020 Fall Term courses. Please review policy changes related to late withdrawal for the 2020 Fall Term in the Faculty FAQs.
In 2021, UTEK will be entering it’s 20th competition!
The University of Toronto Engineering Kompetition (UTEK) is an annual competition targeted towards undergraduate students. The two day competition gives students the opportunity to use their classroom education to discuss and solve real engineering problems. These range from design problems, case competitions and even debates surrounding the challenges within engineering and society. UTEK encourages deep collaboration, teamwork, creativity, and ingenuity among students in all of its competitions.
Last day students can transfer out of Engineering Science (first-year students) to Track One (General First Year) or a Core 8 engineering program.
Lectures begin for T-Program courses.
Last day students can register for PEY Co-op and ESIP.
Have you been thinking of pursuing an Engineering Minor or Certificate program? Have questions about what they are and how they fit with your degree requirements? The Cross-Disciplinary Programs Office is here to help!
If you’ve asked, “Am I smart enough? Should I even be here? Do I really know what I’m doing?” this panel is for you. Spend part of your day in conversation with:
- Dean Chris Yip
- Katie Dritsas (ChemE 1T6+PEY)
- Rumla Omer, EngCEO (Year 3 CivE)
- Naz Orang (MASc ChemE 1T4, PhD ChemE 1T8)
- Alberto Picard-Ami (IndE 1T3+PEY)
Take heart by hearing from and speaking with others who have worked through discouragement and feelings of inadequacy. The panel will be mixed with short exercises where you’ll identify the thoughts that feed imposter phenomenon. You’ll practice reframing the narrative in your head so that you can access your confidence and self-trust on the path of continuous learning. Then, take the tools with you to keep by your side!
Last day students can waitlist S-term courses.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is hosting a live webinar for international students. Join us to learn about the Canadian income tax system, your responsibilities as an international student, what tax credits, refunds or benefits you might be eligible for, and how income taxes are filed in Canada.
Staff from the Canada Revenue Agency will discuss the process and answer general questions. Please note that CRA staff cannot provide individual tax advice during this session.
Women in Science and Engineering is proud to present their 9th Annual National Conference!
Are you ready to connect STEM, empowerment and professional development with delegates and renowned academic and entrepreneurial speakers from all across the world? Join us at the 9th Annual WISE National Conference “Connections: Together from Afar.”
We have a lineup of incredible speakers, workshops, panelists, competitions, and company sponsors here to fuel your professional and personal development, widen the reach of your network, and ignite your drive to pursue your passions!