Friday, July 13, 2012

New bridging program for internationally educated engineers announced by UofT

English: Sundial at the Faculty of Applied Sci...
English: Sundial at the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The University of Toronto has announced a new program for internationally educated engineers. The bridging program aims to specifically help engineers trained in the Civil, Mechanical and Electrical domains get a foothold in the Canadian job market.
The program will also aid candidates in gaining a P.Eng license and will assist suitable candidates by engaging them in a one year part-time program for professional development. 
For program details, including financial support and eligibility for participants, the university is holding a information session on Tuesday, 31st July 2012 from 5-7 pm. Prior registration to attend the information session is required due to limited capacity. Registration deadline is Friday, 27th July 2012. To register, please email SCS.LIEP@utoronto.ca
The Licensing International Engineers into the Profession (LIEP) program is a collaborative project of the University of Toronto’s School of Continuing Studies (SCS) and Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering (FASE), Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) and Bombardier Aerospace.

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