International Collaborative Graduate Programs

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers its students the opportunity to pursue a recognized graduate program at Ryerson University as well as at one of our partner universities in Europe. Following the objectives and spirit of Ryerson University's priorities in trans-atlantic collaboration in higher professional education, the participating students will spend one year each at Ryerson and at the partner institution during the normal two year period of the program. Following the successful completion of their degree requirements at both universities, the students will receive two Master's degrees, one from Ryerson University and the other from the partner university. All of the graduate courses offered at our international partner universities are delivered in English. Also, while the student is overseas, opportunities are available to learn a second language— that of the host institution.

Applying

Interested students should apply to the M.Eng. graduate degree program in Electrical and Computer Engineering and they should indicate their interest in joining one of these international programs on the Supplemental Data Application form.

Questions? <goabroad@ee.ryerson.ca>

Power Engineering Program with Wroclaw University of Technology (WUT) Tell me more
This is a unique opportunity to combine your education at two of the leading universities in the areas of power and control engineering. The participating students will spend their first year at the host university and second year at the home university. Degree offered: M.Eng. from Ryerson University and M.Sc. from WUT.
Telecommunication Engineering Program, Wroclaw University of Technology (WUT) Tell me more
Students will receive complementary education through this collaborative program in various communication and networking technologies. The participating students will spend their first year at the host university and second year at the home university. Degree offered: M.Eng. from Ryerson University and M.Sc. from WUT.
Telecommunication Engineering (Automatic Data Processing) Program, Telecom SudParis Tell me more
Students will benefit from having an added Canadian and French curriculum in a wide range of subjects within the telecommunication engineering program. The participating students will spend their first year at Telecom SudParis and their second year at Ryerson. There are also opportunities to undertake the required projects in the form of internships at an industrial or a research organization. Degree offered: M.Eng. from Ryerson University and M.Sc. from Telecom SudParis.
Electrical Engineering Program, University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe (HsKA) Tell me more
A joint program focusing on a range of disciplines including communications, embedded systems and multimedia signal processing. Degree Offered: M.Eng. from Ryerson University and M.Eng. from HsKA.