New bridging program for internationally educated engineers announced by UofT

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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
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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