MEng in Mechanical Engineering
McGill University, Montreal

Overview

The M.Eng. (NT) program is a course-intensive degree which provides advanced engineering education in a broad range of areas in mechanical engineering. The program requires a minimum of 45 credits to be distributed as follows: a design project of 12 credits, a one-credit seminar and nine courses with a combined weight of at least 32 credits, which must include four required core courses: Applied Maths, Fundamentals of Fluid Dynamics, Advanced Mechanics of Materials and Advanced Dynamics. The length of study for full-time students is approximately eighteen (18) months. While intended to be a full-time program, the M.Eng. (Non-Thesis) may be completed on a part-time basis. The time limit to complete a Master's degree is 3 years (full time) and 5 years part time.

Online Delivery Program

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On Campus Program

Mechanical Engineering based on traditional learning is concerned with the conception, design, implementation, and operation of mechanical systems. Common fields of work include aerospace, energy, manufacturing, machinery, and transportation. Due to the broad nature of the discipline, there is usually a high demand for mechanical engineers with advanced training.

Required courses

  • BS degree with a grade point average of 3.0/4.0 or higher
  • A minimum GRE Quantitative score of 155†
  • A minimum GRE Quantitative + Verbal score of 302†
  • A minimum GRE Analytical Writing score of 3.5†

International students for whom English is not their native language must submit a TOEFL score of at least 88 (internet based, IBT), 570 (paper based, PBT), or 230 (computer based, CBT). Alternatively, the student may satisfactorily complete an English Language Institute program approved by the department.

Program Rank

Details

CA$12,863

Annual Tuition Fee*

NA

Course Duration

45

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

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Application Fee

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Application Deadline

31/12/2021

Fall

01/08/2022

Winter

Pre-Requisities

Documents

Bachelor's degree, High academic achievement, Proficiency in English, Transcripts, Letters of reference

Min English Scores

TOEFL

86

IELTS

6.5

Academic Pre-Requisites

In the case of all Master's programs, applicants must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree, or the equivalent, with a minimum CGPA equivalent to 3.3 on a scale of 4.0. Satisfaction of these minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

MEng (Thesis) is a research program requiring a minimum of 45 credits to be distributed as follows: 28 credits of thesis work, a set of one-semester courses with a combined weight of no less than 16 credits, and a one-credit seminar. The MEng (Thesis) program is a full-time program.

Students

141

Yocketers have applied

1

Yocketers got admits

225

Yocketers are interested

Average Profile of Admits

325

GRE

8

IELTS

Aaditya Ramasamy

Admit

Mechanical Engineering
  • fall 2018

Opportunities

  • Aerodynamics and fluid mechanics
  • Bioengineering
  • Combustion and energy systems
  • Design and manufacturing
  • Dynamics and control
  • Materials and structures
  • Vibrations, acoustics, and fluid-structure

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