Graduate Research Day

Overview

On February 24, 2023, the Institute of Biomedical Engineering will be hosting an in-person event where top prospective students from across Canada will be invited to meet with faculty members, meet current students, and hear about alumni journies.

This is an all-expenses paid event, but only highly qualified individuals will be invited.

If you have any questions about this event, please send an email to comm.bme@utoronto.ca.

Schedule will be posted soon.

Eligibility criteria

  • 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
  • Interested in doing research in molecular, cell & tissue, or clinical engineering research with one of our core or cross-appointed faculty members
  • Only a selected number of students will be invited to the event, we will be in touch if you are invited to the event

The University of Toronto and University of Toronto Engineering is committed to increasing diversity among our community members. Excellence flourishes in an environment that embraces the broadest range of people.

Apply

Option One—Apply to our Research Lab Match-Making (preferred method)

Deadline: January 2, 2023

The Institute of Biomedical Engineering (BME) will be hosting a virtual event, where prospective students can meet 1 on 1 with some of our core and cross-appointed faculty members. Eligible candidates will be invited to join the event.

Option Two—Apply to our programs through the School of Graduate Studies

Deadline: January 2, 2023

We'll be sending an invitation to qualified candidates to apply to Graduate Research Day and/or Research lab match-making.