Graduate Research Day
On February 18-19, 2021, the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (BME) will be hosting a virtual event, where prospective students learn about our programs, meet 1:1 with our faculty members, and chat with our MASc and PhD students.
This event is hosted in collaboration of the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. For more information, please visit the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering website.
Here is the tentative schedule:
|02/18||1:20-1:50pm||Grad Student Research Showcase – 3 minute thesis style||FASE||Zoom|
|02/18||2:00-2:40pm||Alumni speakers (x3)||FASE||Zoom|
|02/18||3:30-5:00pm||1:1 Speed-meeting with faculty members||BME||Hopin|
|02/18||5:15-6:15pm||Fireside chat with graduate students||BME||Hopin|
|02/19||2:00-3:15pm||GECoS Virtual Campus Tour + Student Panel||GECoS||Zoom|
- Have maintained a minimum of 80% in the last two years for undergraduate or masters thesis
- Domestic applicants (Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident) are preferred, exceptions can be made for international applicants
- You have not been accepted into one of our program yet
- Have attended University outside of the Greater Toronto area
- E.g. Students who have attended University of Toronto for their undergrad are not eligible to apply for GRD
- Interested in doing research in molecular, cell & tissue, or clinical engineering research with one of our core or cross-appointed faculty members
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