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Your university years are a time for growth and development. Discover everything we have to offer at FEAS below, from our clubs and teams, to student government, zones, clusters and co-operative internships. Or try something new, and explore outside of your comfort zone. Whatever opportunities you choose to pursue, we encourage you to go all-in. By learning as much as you can about your peers, your world and yourself, you will enrich your Toronto Metropolitan University experience and your life.
To learn more about how FEAS students make the most of their undergraduate experience, scroll through the profiles below.
“Design-build projects are incredible for first-year students. I gained so much from mine: knowledge, mentors, and connections with my fellow students.”
Architectural Science ‘20
“By engaging in extracurriculars, I was able to meet other students who share the same interests. I always recommend students should get involved with design teams, competitions and other FEAS activities because these experiences teach us engineers more than what's written in books. Extracurriculars helped me get involved with other students and build strong teamwork skills.”
Mechanical Engineering ‘24
“Being part of such a diverse environment expanded my knowledge and made learning more fun and engaging. As a woman in a male-dominated profession, I can proudly say the Toronto Metropolitan University community has helped me a lot. FEAS has many resources that support women in STEM, including undergraduate research opportunities, co-ops and internships, which can be good initiatives for future careers.”
Electrical Engineering ‘23
“Finding a sense of community is always a challenge in a new setting. By joining student groups, teams and projects, FEAS allowed me to broaden my horizons beyond lectures and labs. Competitions and design team projects allowed me to apply my knowledge, improve my skills, hone my leadership capabilities and gain experience in effective networking and socializing with industry professionals.”
Biomedical Engineering ‘21
“The Toronto Metropolitan University engineering community is the most inclusive and welcoming environment I’ve been part of. Extracurricular involvement helped me develop my skill set and gain experiences I could not learn in a classroom. You will have the opportunity to meet a diverse group of peers and experience challenges that will help you find your potential and shape your future endeavours.”
Aerospace Engineering ‘21
Academic Support & Counselling
At FEAS, we support you through one-on-one academic counselling and resources for math, studying, writing, note-taking and reading skill development. Learn more about our academic support and counselling.
Book a campus tour, explore Toronto through the eyes of Toronto Metropolitan University students, and get answers to your questions about on- and off-campus housing, accessibility, food and more. Learn more about campus life at Toronto Metropolitan University.
Search the job boards at Career Boost, Toronto Metropolitan University's source for off-campus and on-campus employment opportunities in research, peer advising, not-for-profits, administration, and more. Learn more about Career Boost.
Clusters & Zones
Determined to tackle society’s big challenges? A fan of start-up culture? Then you will enjoy our hubs and communities in areas such as biomedical, urban energy and design fabrication. Learn more about our clusters and zones.
Co-op can give you focus in your educational journey, an advantage in today’s competitive job market, and direction in your life. Learn more about our co-operative internships, which are offered by every program at FEAS.
Want to put your skills to the test, travel to cool destinations and meet new people? Consider joining one of our 15+ student design teams, including the Toronto Metropolitan University International Hyperloop Team, Toronto Metropolitan University Rams Robotics (R3), and Toronto Metropolitan University Helium. Learn more about our design teams.
Engineering Day (Capstone Projects)
Engineering Day is when all fourth year engineering students present their Capstone projects for judging. We provide poster templates, presentation tips and other important event info to ensure students are set up for success.
Toronto Metropolitan University and FEAS can help you turn your idea into a business through our network of hubs, awards and incubators, including the Esch Awards, the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and the DMZ. Learn more about entrepreneurship at Toronto Metropolitan University.
Equity & Community Inclusion
Our Faculty helps you find your voice and become an ally through workshops, conferences, networking, mentorship and more—all led by our Equity and Community Inclusion Office. Learn more about equity and community inclusion at FEAS.
Scholarships & Awards
With approximately $33 million in annual scholarship support, Toronto Metropolitan University recognizes and rewards the academic achievements of students. Learn more about available scholarships and awards.
Get involved and find community by joining a Toronto Metropolitan University chapter of an international organization, a course union, or an interest group. You can also apply to start your very own group. Learn more about our student groups.
Connect with your peers and represent your shared interests through the Toronto Metropolitan University Architectural Science Society (arc.soc) or the Toronto Metropolitan University Engineering Student Society (MUES). Learn more about our student government opportunities.
This program matches first-year students with upper-year students to help you transition into university life. You can also become a mentor yourself and make a difference in the lives of your peers. Learn more about Tri-Mentoring at Toronto Metropolitan University.
Undergraduate Research Assistantships
If you are driven to develop your lab and data analysis skills, we offer many opportunities for you to work with our Faculty’s talented principal investigators. Learn more about our undergraduate research assistantships.