GRADUATE ADMISSIONS:

Information & Instructions (ECE Graduate Program)

 

Should you have questions please contact us by EMAIL ONLY.    Unfortunately, we cannot respond to phone calls. 

 

NOTE:  All students are responsible for the content of their Admissions Application and in making sure they follow the procedures for properly submitting an Admissions Application which includes obtaining tentative acceptance, regardless of the degree program you are applying to, in advance of the submission of an official admissions application.  Please carefully read our admissions instructions & information, and program information BEFORE submitting an application -- the applicant is reponsibile for correctly applying and the content of his/her application.

We do NOT calculate GPAs in advance of tentative acceptance by a professor in the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering.  A request for GPA calculation / evaluation must be received directly from the professor offering tentative acceptance ... NOT from the applicant.

 


HOW TO APPLY -- START HERE
  1. INTERNATIONAL / CANADIAN
    who have NOT earned a degree from the University of Manitoba
  2. NEW CANADIAN RESIDENTS
    who have NOT earned a degree from the University of Manitoba
  3. UNIV. of MANITOBA STUDENTS or ALUMS

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:   It is up to the student to ensure that he / she holds the current and correct documents required by the IRCC to be an enrolled student in Canada

 

 

EVALUATION

Acceptance or Admissions into the ECE graduate program is dependent on numerous factors and is NOT automatic with the submission of a application or tentative acceptance from a professor in our Department.  Applications and Interviews are evaluated on a variety of factors which may include, but not limited to space availability; academic history; publications; research history and background; mature, safe, and responsible behavior; good judgement/common sense; ability to work with confidential information; ability to follow instructions, rules, & procedures; ability to work with others (including but not limited superiors, co-researchers/co-students, outside firms, staff, etc.); availability of funds; preset evaluation factors (English language exam scores, etc.); professor recommendations; GPA; etc.. 

DISCLAIMER
Tentative Approval for admissions by an academic advisor within ECE or the submission of an application and payment of processing fees is not a guarantee admissions to the Graduate Program. All applications are reviewed by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

 

 

REQUIRED

  TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE

  • DO NOT APPLY without first obtaining TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE by a PROFESSOR in ECE
    It is the responsibility of the prospective student/applicant to EMAIL professors and to make admission inquiries to the professor's research/study groups.
    • NO RESPONSE TO EMAILS:  If you do not receive a response from a professor in our department in ~8-weeks this usually indicates that no one is interested in your application at this time. If you submit an application without first obtaining a tentative approval from our Department there is no guarantee that anyone will read your application and you are applying at your own risk.
  • Tentative Acceptance DOES NOT guarantee admissions to the graduate program
  • REGARDLESS OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM TO WHICH YOU ARE AP PLYING, you MUST OBTAIN TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE  from an Academic Advisor (Professor) in the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Manitoba BEFORE submitting an application for Admissions.  Please contact professors who match your research interest.

  BACHELOR'S DEGREE

  • A minimum requirement of a 4-Year Bachelor's Degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in an accredited progarm is REQUIRED

  MINIMUM GPA

 

DISCLAIMER
Tentative Approval for admissions by an academic advisor within ECE or the submission of an application and payment of processing fees is not a guarantee admissions to the Graduate Program. All applications are reviewed by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

All students are responsible for the content of their Admissions Application and in making sure that the instructions and procedures are followed for the proper submission of an Admissions Application which includes obtaining Tentative Acceptance from a professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer in advance of the submission of an official admissions application. 

 

 

BRIEFING
   FOR DETAILED INFORMATION PLEASE SEE THE GENERAL INFORMATION SECTION 

  • CONTACTING PROFESSORS:  ALL PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS MUST obtain a tentative acceptance from a professor in the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering BEFORE submitting an online Admissions Application.  
    • Contact Professors by EMAIL ONLY   
    • When contacting a professor in our Department please send the following:
      • CV (highlighting publications and research)
      • Statement of Research Intent
      • Photocopies of ALL post-secondary transcripts regardless of whether or not you graduated
  • GPA:   Unfortunately, we may not offer admissions to students with GPAs below 3.5 or low Engineering Course Grades. As well, students in these circumstances DO NOT qualify for funding, if applicable.
    • ENGINEERING COURSES & ENGINEERING RELATED COURSE EVALUATION:  We require minimum GPAs for Engineering and Engineering related courses. These courses will be evaluated by the professor offering tentative acceptance.
    • GPA CALCULATION:   Admissions & Award GPAs are calculated in accordance to the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Graduate Studies' regulations. Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies
    • WES:  We do NOT accept WES (World Educaiton Services) evaluations
    • We cannot offer-- these conditions are offered only by the Faculty of Graduate Studies 
      • Conditional Acceptance   
      • Pre-masters admissions  
    • We cannot bargain or negotiate admissions requirements
    • We cannot negotiate the manner in which we calculate GPA
  • NO RESPONSE TO EMAILS:  If you do not receive a response from an Academic Advisor (professor) in our department in ~8-weeks this usually indicates that no one is interested in your application at this time. If you submit an application without first obtaining a tentative approval from our Department there is no guarantee that anyone will read your application and you are applying at your own risk.
    • WARNINGA tentative approval is REQUIRED prior to the submission of an admissions applications.  Applicants may submit an admissions application without obtaining tentative approval, but do so at their own risk. There is no guarantee that anyone will review the application.
  • THIRD PARTY SOLICITATION:  We will not offer tentative acceptance to Third Party Solicitors.  Students must email Academic Advisors (professors) directly.
  • FUNDING:   Please discuss funding directly with the professor with whom you have applied
  • GPA CALCULATION PRIOR TO TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE:   We do NOT calculate GPAs in advance of tentative acceptance by a professor in the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering.  This request for GPA calculation must come directly from the professor offering tentative acceptance ... NOT from the applicant.  
  • INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:  Should you have questions regarding immigration or working in Canada you must contact the agencies governing these areas directly.  University personnel are not permitted to voice-in on these subjects

 

 

 


 

1.   APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
  INTERNATIONAL / CANADIAN APPLICANTS
who did NOT receive a degree from the 
University of Manitoba

    

  1. ALL STUDENTS -- HOW TO APPLY:
    1. TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE REQUIRED:  Tentative Acceptance by a professor in our Department is REQUIRED prior to the submission of an Online Admissions Application. Should you choose to apply without first obtaining Tentative Acceptance we cannot guarantee that anyone will review your application.
    2. CONTACT AN ACADEMC ADVISOR (professor in our Department) by EMAIL ONLY, and ask him/her to ask a professor if you can join his/her research group.  

      In your email please include the following --  Only PDFs are accepted:  DO NOT send WORD or image files.
      1. CV
      2. Statement of Research Intent
      3. Photocopies of Transcripts (in English)
    3. You may send your request for tentative acceptance to as many professors as you wish however, please make sure to adjust your Research Intent Statement for each professor
    4. If you receive NO RESPONSE in about 8-weeks, this usually means that a professor is not interested in your application at this time. 
  2. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: 
    1. We accept International Students as "FULL-TIME" Students ONLY. 
    2. International Students may NOT hold "PART-TIME" Student positions
    3. International Students are responsible for holding the proper immigration paperwork PRIOR to registration
    4. We usually do not admit International Students to the M.Eng. program -- only M.Sc.
    5. M.Eng. students DO NOT qualify for research funding.
  3. IF ASKED TO FORMALLY APPLY -- If a professor agrees to TENTATIVELY accept you, please apply online

    1. ONLINE APPLICATION FORM:  Fill-in the ONLINE Admissions Application Form at http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/admissions/index.html 

      1. IMPORTANT !  -- On your Online Admissions Application, please make sure you the following fields are filled-in   
        1. Your Preferred Advisor (REQUIRED)
        2. Your Research Area (REQUIRED)
        3. Your Email (REQUIRED)
      2. PROCESSING FEE: 
        At the end of the application process you are required to pay a processing fee.  You MUST pay this fee BEFORE we can review your application.  The university will NOT begin accessing your Admissions Application until your Processing Fee is received.
      3. ONLINE APPLICATIONS: 
        You must upload, to your UMGradConnect Account, at least the documents required by the Faculty of Graduate Studies in order for us to evaluation your application for admissions
        1. REFERENCES:  If the professor has interviewed you and has decided NOT to require REFERENCES/RECOMMENDATIONS, in the online Admissions Application, please enter the following (see below), OTHERWISE, references are required from 2 professors from your last university.  DO NOT add more than 2 references.
          1. your name and email as one refence
          2. your professor's name and email as the second reference
        2. AWARDS:
          The Department distributes awards in-house; in this AWARDS area please enter "NO"
      4. DOCUMENTS:
        Your Online Application must be accompanied by documents required by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies in order to evaluate your admissions application. You must upload these documents directly into your Self-Service Account.  These uploaded documents are NOT considered OFFICIAL as they are not in a sealed envelope.
    2. HARD-COPIES:   REQUIRE PAPERWORK -- "OFFICIAL COPIES" of ALL DOCUMENTS required by the Faculty of Graduate Studies must be sent directly to FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES

      We strongly suggest that if you are sending OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS that you send in a manner that YOU are able to track or, at least when it arrives at our end, signed for. 


      NOTE:  Items "Lost in the Mail" are the responsibility of the sender. We are not responsible for lost items or missed deadlines. Additionally, any documents sent to the University of Manitoba cannot be returned.
    3. ECE DEPARTMENT REQUIREMENTS:  Please find our requirements listed at http://umanitoba.ca/ece/pros_students/grad/ecerequirements.html .

      Briefly:

      1.  CV
      2. Statement of Research Intent
      3. GPA of 3.5 or higher
      4. Tentative Acceptance (by a professor in the Dept. of ECE)
    4. FGS REQUIREMENTS:  These are the University's minimum admissions requirements http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/admissions/required_docs.html 
      (please read this page as documents must be sent in a very specific manner).  

      Briefly you must send:

      1. Official Transcripts  (SEE http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/admin/165.html )
        (ALL transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions)
        1. All transcripts must be marked as "OFFICIAL" by the Records Office of the University sending the documents
        2. The Records Office of the university sending the documents must put their SEAL / STAMP on the Transcripts AND on the lip of the sealed envelope containing the transcripts
        3. ALL transcripts must be send in the the Original Language of the University AND in English
      2. Degree Certificates
        1. All Degree Certificates must be marked as OFFICIAL by the Records Office of the University sending the documents
        2.  The Records Office seal must be on the Degree Certificates
        3. ALL Degree Certificates must be send in the the Original Language of the University AND in English
      3. English Language Requirements:
        Please see   http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/engineering/departments/ece/pros_students/grad/language.html
      4. Two(2) Letters of Reference (support / recommendation):
        1. In the online Admissions Application, you will be asked the names and emails of your referees (DO NOT include the name and email of more than 2 references ).  The system will automatically send your referees an email directing them to a form in which will allow them to make recommendations
        2. Recommended References:
          1. Professors with whom you've conducted research
          2. Professors with whom you've co-authored
          3. Professors for whom you've assisted in research
          4. Professors who have had you in their class and remember you
          5. Professors who have acted as your supervisors in research, thesis, etc.
          6. If time has lapsed since you have been a student you should obtain references from the following:
            1. Your employer
            2. An academic counselor/advisor
            3. A professor with whom you may have associated
      5. IDENTIFICATION:  A photocopy of your birth certificate or passport
      6. NAME CHANGES:  Documents supporting any changes in name -- Name changes or differences in your name which might appear on your documents including transcripts, passport, etc. must be supported with official evidenc
      7. MAIL SENT FROM OUTSIDE OF CANADA
        1. DELIVERY TIME:  Depending on the country, mail sent to us from outside of Canada can take up to eight weeks for receipt
        2. LOST MAIL:  The University is NOT RESPONSIBLE for lost mail or missed deadlines
        3. COURIER DELIVERIES or REGISTERED MAIL:  If you are trying to meet a very close deadline (for awards, study visa, military deferral, etc.) send your official documents in a manner that can be TRACKED and which requires a signature upon receipt, otherwise you have no proof that you have sent your documents in time
      8. MAILING ADDRESS:   Please send all OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS directly  to

 
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
500 University Centre
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

Email:  graduate_studies@umanitoba.ca

Ph: 204.474.9377 * Fax: 204.474.7553

 

 

DISCLAIMER
Tentative Approval for admissions by an academic advisor within ECE or the submission of an application and payment of processing fees is not a guarrantee admissions to the Graduate Program. All applications are reviewed by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

 



 

2.  APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
  -- NEW CANADIAN RESIDENTS
  1. THE APPLICATION PROCESS: 
    1. If you DID NOT receive a degree from the Univeristy of Manitoba, please apply using the instructions mentioned for International or Canadian applicants, in #1 above.   
    2. University of Manitoba Students or Alums:  Please apply using the instructions mentioned in #3 below.  
  2. ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAM:  REGARDLESS of how long you've been in Canada, Canadian Residents may be required to submit a qualifying English Language exam score, taken within the last 2-years.  Condictions may include if you ...
    1. DID NOT immigrate from a "Country Exempt from English Language Exam"
    2. DID NOT receive a bachelor's, master's, or Ph.D. from a "Country Exempt from English Language Exam"

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAM:

  • All students must who do not quality for English Language Exam exemption must submit a current, qualifying English Language Exam taken within the last 2-years
  • Students must receive passing scores (see Language Requirements) before your application can be considered for Admissions    
  • Acceptable English Language Exam 
  • WELARC (Winnipeg English Language & Referral Centre) for English evaluation:    
    • WELARC:  http://welarc.net/index.html   
    • If you are not able to pass an English Language Exam please visit WELARC for FREE courses, evaluation, classes, or class information
    • Qualifications for WELARC Assistance: Applicants must be Manitoba residents who are:  
      • Permanent Residents or Canadian citizens born outside Canada
      • Refugee Claimants 
      • Provincial Nominees (including spouses and adult children) who have received their letter of approval from the province of Manitoba   

 

 

DISCLAIMER
Tentative Approval for admissions by an academic advisor within ECE or the submission of an application and payment of processing fees is not a guarrantee admissions to the Graduate Program. All applications are reviewed by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

 

 



 

3.  APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
  University of Manitoba STUDENTS or ALUMS

 

If you have concerns (past courses, grades, graduation, funding, etc.) please discuss your concerns with the professor offering you Tentative Admissions BEFORE formally applying to the Graduate Program

 

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START HERE, IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY

  • a University of Manitoba Student or Graduate (Alumni)
  • have NOT attend any other college or university
    (degree, certificate, diploma program, etc.)
  • obtained Tentative Acceptance from an Academic Advisor
    (Professor in ECE)

 If you have attended another college or university for any reason please START AT THE POINT BELOW  

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  1. TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE REQUIRED:  Again, if you have not obtained tentative acceptance from a professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering your application may not be reviewed. Please obtain the tentative acceptance from a professor in the Dept. of ECE BEFORE submitting an Admissions Application
  2. UofM Students currently enrolled in the ECE Dept. or who have graduated and have NOT received a degree from or attended another secondary educational institution please submit ONLY THE FOLLOWING
    1. REQUIRED -- Submit Only... 
      1. PROCESSING FEE:   Your processing fee must be paid before we can process your application 
      2. ONLINE APPLICATION FORM:  http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/admissions/index.html
        1. In the application form designated as  "AWARDS"  
          The ECE Dept. administers our UMGF award so, in the online application, please enter "NO" in the awards are
        2. In the application form --  APPLICATION STATUS:  Will remain INCOMPLETE until your application is reviewed by the Department
    2. DO NOT SUBMIT (Not Required):  
      1. TRANSCRIPTS:
        1. We DO NOT need your transcripts
        2. DO NOT upload these
      1. REFERENCES:  
        We DO NOT need references as long as you've received Tentative Acceptance from a professor in our Dept..  Please do the following.
        1. Reference 1:   enter your professor's name and email.
        2. Reference 2:   enter your name and email
      1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAM:  Usually NOT REQUIRED
        If you received a Degree from the Univesity of Manitoba undergraduate or graduate program, qualifying English Language Scores are usually NOT REQUIRED.
  3. IF YOU ARE ASKED TO APPLY
  4. AFTER you submit your ONLINE APPLICATION and PAY your Processing Fee, please send the ECE Graduate Advisor an email.  Please include
    1. YOUR NAME, as it appears on your Admissions Application
    2. The name of your PROFESSOR
    3. Your APPLICATION NUMBER after you have paid your processing fee
    4. It is the responsibility of the Academic Advisor (Professor) to contact the Department about your application

 

 

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START HERE, IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY

  • a University of Manitoba Student or Graduate (Alumni)
  • attend any other college or university REGARDLESS of whether you graduated from that institution
    (degree, certificate, diploma program, etc.)
  • obtained Tentative Acceptance from an Academic Advisor
    (Professor in ECE)

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  1. TENTATIVE ACCEPTANCE REQUIRED:  Again, if you have not obtained tentative acceptance from a professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering your application may not be reviewed. Please obtain the tentative acceptance from a professor in the Dept. of ECE BEFORE submitting an Admissions Application
  2. REQUIRED -- Submit Only ...
    1. PROCESSING FEE:   Your processing fee must be paid before we can process your application 
    2. ONLINE APPLICATION FORM:  http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/graduate_studies/admissions/index.html
      1. In the application form designated as  "AWARDS"  
        The ECE Dept. administers our UMGF award so, in the online application, please enter "NO" in the awards are
      2. In the application form --  APPLICATION STATUS:  Will remain INCOMPLETE until your application is reviewed by the Department
    3. TRANSCRIPTS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS (at this time, only photocopies of the transcripts in the English language are required)
      1. TRANSFERRING or WITHDRAWING FROM ANOTHER INSTITUTION:   You are currently OR were enrolled in a Graduate Program at another institution and have not completed the program.  If you have not submitted these documents previously you will need to send us "OFFICIAL" transcripts and/or degree certificates (if applicable)
      2. GRADUATED FROM ANOTHER INSTITUTION:  If you attended another institution, regardless of whether you received a degree from the other institution and regardless of the program (undergraduate or graduate) -- You are REQUIRED to send us "OFFICIAL" copies of transcripts and/or degree certificates (if applicable)
      3. SENDING US OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
        1. Order "OFFICIAL" degree certificates and transcripts from the RECORDS OFFICE of the post-secondary institution
        2. You, a relative/friend, or the Records Office of the other university may send the documents directly to the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS). 
          Please CAREFULLY READ the FGS site for directions on sending "OFFICIAL" documents.  Briefly...
          1. All documents MUST have the stamp/seal of the Records Office on the document as well as on the lip of the envelope in which the documents are enclosed
          2. All documents should be sent directly to the Faculty of Graduate Studies
            1. it is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that you send documents in a manner allowing you to track it or at least, in manner which requires a signature upon receipt
            2. ALL documents must remain in their original sealed envelopes
            3. These documents are NOT returnable
  3. DO NOT SUBMIT (Not Required)
    1. TRANSCRIPTS:
      1. We DO NOT need your transcripts
      2. DO NOT upload these
  1. REFERENCES:  
    We DO NOT need references as long as you've received Tentative Acceptance from a professor in our Dept..  Please do the following.
    1. Reference 1:   enter your professor's name and email.
    2. Reference 2:   enter your name and email
  1. ENGLISH LANGUAGE EXAM:  Usually NOT REQUIRED
    If you received a Degree from the Univesity of Manitoba undergraduate or graduate program, qualifying English Language Scores are usually NOT REQUIRED.

 

 

 

DISCLAIMER
Tentative Approval for admissions by an academic advisor within ECE or the submission of an application and payment of processing fees is not a guarantee admissions to the Graduate Program. All applications are reviewed by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

 


 

IMPORTANT FIND AN ACADEMIC ADVISOR

 

BEFORE submitting an Admissions Application you MUST first FIND AN ACADEMIC ADVISOR (REGARDLESS of the DEGREE PROGRAM)

  1. REGARDLESS OF DEGREE PROGRAM -- you must first find an Academic Advisor who will accept or consider you BEFORE you formally apply to the Faculty of Graduate Studies (or submit an application)
  2. LIST OF ADVISORS (professors)

    1. select several professors who are in your research area
      1. DO NOT mass mail professors, if you are considered harassing, your emails will be blocked
      2. send these selected professors your Statement of Intent, CV, and possibly your transcripts 

        1. STATEMENT OF RESEARCH INTENT
          1. This is a VERY IMPORTANT document as you are evaluated on how and what you write.  This is your opportunity to tell the professor about your research and academic background
          2. Be brief!  A Statement of Research Intent should be limited to 1 to 2 pages, double spaced or 1.5 spaced.
          3. Write at a Professional Level

            1. DON'T write ...
              1. it's always been you dream to come to Canada
                Please include information about your proposed research
              2. you're doing this to improve the world
              3. you're doing this to improve international matters
              4. anything which may not pertain to your proposed research or your course of study while in the ECE graduate program -- this is your chance to present your academic and employment background, previous research and publications, and planned research
            2. WRITE ...
              1. Why your engineering/science background qualifies you to do research with this specific professor -- you can list your interest in the field, some work you've done in the area, jobs you've held in this area, etc.
              2. Engineering / Science Research you've done in your B.Sc., M.Sc., or through employment
              3. About events, conferences, or journals in which you've participated and presented your work/research/patents
              4. List, on a separate page if necessary, your publications
        2. CV
          1. List your publications, research and research experience, teaching experience, awards, patents, practical or work experience, etc., in the research area of interest to you and which might pertain to your proposed Academic Advisor(s)
          2. Include accomplishments
        3. TRANSCRIPTS
          Grades from transcripts from all degree programs are incorporated to calculate GPA.    
            
    2. if you do not hear back from anyone within 6-8 weeks, at this time, no one is interested in accepting you as their student 
    3. if a professor asks you to formally apply to the Faculty of Graduate Studies, this is not a guarantee that you have been accepted to the program
      1. your official application and paperwork must be evaluated by the professor and, for Ph.D. applicants, a Ph.D. selection committee
      2. you may or may not be selected for admissions by to the ECE graduate program for various reasons 
      3. an Offer Letter or Rejection Letter can take up to 6 months to reach you 

 

DISCLAIMER
Tentative Approval for admissions by an academic advisor within ECE or the submission of an application and payment of processing fees is not a guarantee admissions to the Graduate Program. All applications are reviewed by the Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Final approval rests with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BASIC ADMISSIONS INFO

  1. FIND AN ADVISOR
  2. Deadline Dates
  3. GPA Requirement
  4. LANGUAGE Requirement
  5. GRE: NOT REQUIRED
  6. ECE DEPT INFO:
    -- ECE Requirements
    -- Supplemental Requirements
  7. UNIVERSITY INFO:  
    -- Requirements / Required Paperwork
    -- Sending "OFFICIAL" Documents
         & What is an "offiical" docment
    -- TRANSCRIPTS REQUIREMENTS 
    -- Online Application & Instructions 
  8. Canadian Embassy Offices 

 

  COURSE INFO:

  1. This Year's Course Offerings
  2. 7000 Level Courses
  3. 8000 Level Courses 

 

ACADEMIC CALENDAR  

 

TUITION & FEES   

  1. Master
    1. Full-Time
    2. Part-Time
  2. Ph.D.
  3. Other Fees
    -- Compulsory Fees
    -- Incidental Fees 
    -- Cost of Living Expenses(estimate)

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS:

  1. M.Sc.
  2. Ph.D.
  3. M.Eng.
  4. Occasional  

 

FUNDING

  1. Canadian Citizens & Residents 
  2. International Students
  3. ALL Students

 

APPLICATION: GRADUATE ADMISSIONS

  1. Obtain "tentative acceptance" of an Academic Advisor (Professor) in our Departments BEFORE submitting an application
  2. Apply Online 
  3. The application processing fee must be paid before your information is released to our Department

 

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