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Mechanical & Industrial & Mechatronics Graduate

As a mechanical, industrial, and mechatronics engineerin graduate student, you’ll work on innovative research to find solutions for society’s most urgent problems. You’ll benefit from our program’s integration of fundamental knowledge with the latest cutting-edge technologies. You’ll also challenge yourself to invent in our world-class labs and research facilities, and collaborate with leading industry partners, completing our program with the critical thinking, teamwork and advanced technical skills this competitive industry demands.

Our program offers nine mechanical, industrial and mechatronics engineering fields: biomechanics, data science and analytics, ergonomics, manufacturing and materials, mechatronics and micro-electromechanical systems, operations research, solid mechanics, thermofluids and sustainable energy systems, and vibration, dynamics and control. No matter which area you pursue, you will find the support, mentors and facilities you need to launch a successful career.

Student Experience

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You belong to a faculty that is full of opportunities for growth, creativity, and networking with peers and professors. Connect with our thriving community by getting involved.

View the full list of graduate student experience programming in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science.

Niki Abbasi

“With the support of my supervisor and peers, I was able to experiment and work on projects that helped foster my passion for challenging and rewarding research.”

Niki Abbasi
Mechanical Engineering (MASc) ’18
PhD candidate at Princeton University