Grad School Night - Invest in Yourself Today for a More Rewarding Career
Find out how graduate studies can help you develop superior technical skills, broaden your professional networks and position you for a more rewarding career!
What: Grad School Night – network with graduate students, professors, industry professionals and representative of Canada’s Top 5 engineering schools to discover the benefits of an advanced engineering degree.
Who’s invited: Current students, Engineering alumni, and practicing engineers who are interested in discussing the possibilities and benefits of postgraduate engineering education.
Where: Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex Solarium (map)
When: October 3, 2017 4 – 7 p.m.
Canada's top engineering schools--the University of Alberta, UBC, McGill University, McMaster University, Queen's University, the University of Toronto, and the University of Waterloo--are working together as the Canadian Graduate Engineering Consortium. Together, we are hosting a series of national events to highlight the expanded career opportunities available to engineers with post-graduate degrees.
“Some would say they don’t want to take on the risk of going back to school, quitting a job and not knowing the outcome of their effort. For me, that was never a question. I recognized that someone would always hire an engineer.”
— Bruce McGee (Electrical ’80, MEng Electrical ’84, PhD Electrical ’98), founder of McMillan-McGee Corp.
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