Bachelor of Applied Science [B.ASc] (Chemical Engineering)
International Student Tution
- BASc in Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto is offered a 4-years (8 semesters) program.
- This course is offered on a full-time basis.
- Chemical engineers combine chemistry, biology, math, and engineering to solve urgent problems and create innovative processes and products.
- The University of Toronto regularly ranks as the best university in Canada to study chemical engineering and offers one of the top programs in the world.
- As a Chemical Engineering, the student will learn to address issues with a large impact on society:
- the need to decrease the environmental footprint
- create sustainable processes and improve human health
- In the first two years, the student will gain a solid foundation in chemistry, physics, math, and engineering principles.
- The faculty and student ratio for this program is 1:19.
- In the last two years, the student can explore any of the faculty’s minors and choose courses in areas like:
- biomolecular and biomedical engineering
- bioprocess engineering
- chemical, and materials process engineering
- environmental science and engineering
- pulp and paper
- surface and interface engineering, and
- sustainable energy
- The student is also eligible to do a research project as part of the program.
- In the fourth year, the student will be part of a student team that will design an industrial processing plant from concept to implementation in just 10 weeks.
- Students can also take advantage of support for summer research and opportunities to study abroad.
- The average salary goes up to 48,750 USD after completing this program.
|Degree Type Offered||Bachelor|
|Fees||$ 201504 for 4 years|
|Delivery Type||full time|
|Admission Intake||fall (Deadline - Jan 15)|
Eligibility & Entry Requirement
- Eligible applicants are selected on the basis of previous academic achievement (the average of their six highest senior-level credits, including required courses).
- Students must have completed at least 4.0 FCEs and achieved a minimum grade of 70%.
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma Six 4U(University)/M(University/College) courses, including:
- Calculus and Vectors
- Students completed the English with a grade of 12 and 65% higher.
- Students must be qualified in IELTS or TOEFL and PTE.
English-Language Proficiency Eligibility:
Successful completion of one of the following is sufficient to demonstrate English-language proficiency:
- At least one or two years of study in English at a recognized university/college.
- A one-year post-graduate certificate at a recognized college in English.
- The CGPA must meet the cut off in a minimum of 4.0 credits taken at the University of Toronto.
- The combined CGPA of all courses taken at another institution plus the University of Toronto courses must meet the minimum cut off for the year in which student is applying.
Required Document List
The Documents required are:
- College Transcripts: The marks statement provided by the education board after completion of the previous academic qualifications.
- Financial Documentation: The Proof that shows the financial background of the student.
- Letter of Recommendation: This shows who recommended the student to pursue the degree.
- Statement of Purpose: This is an essay or any written statement written by the student while applying.
- Tests Score statement: IELTS/TOEFL/PTE or other English proficiency testing results.
|fall||Jan 15, 2022|
Fees & Funding
Tution & Application Fees
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Times Higher Education 2021
Ranked #28 / 1001
Engineering [ International ]
Scholarship Grants & Financial Aids
|Name||Amount||International Students Eligible||Application Deadline|
|U of T Karta Scholars Program||Variable||Yes||N/A|
|U of T International Scholar Award||Variable||Yes||N/A|
|University of Toronto Scholars Program||$ 5407||Yes||N/A|
|President’s Scholars of Excellence Program||$ 7261||Yes||N/A|
VISA & Work Study
- International Students will need to apply for a valid Student VISA before entering Canada.
- An immigration document that allows students to live and study in Canada.
- They must have a student visa to enroll in any degree, program or course that takes more than 6 months to complete.
- Whether students also need an Entry Visa depends on their country of citizenship.
- The Temporary Resident Visa (Entry Visa) is a stamp placed on their passport that allows them to enter Canada.
- A visa is usually valid for the length of the student’s study program, plus an extra 90 days.
- The students need these documents to apply for a student VISA:
- Proof of acceptance i.e The offer letter that the student received from the university.
- Proof of identity
- Proof of financial support i.e Documents showing the financial status.
- Both full-time and part-time students can avail of work while studying in Canada options.
- A student can be hired for only one Work-Study position. Students can find and apply for jobs on Career Exploration and Education website.
- Student eligibility for the Work-Study Program is based upon students meeting this criterion:
- Have proof of a government student aid package of at least 1,500 USD.
- Be registered at the University of Toronto as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in both terms.
- Have achieved a satisfactory academic standing with a minimum 2.0 institutional grade point average in their previous academic session
- The Work-Study Program gives the student a chance to work On-campus if the student is a full-time student:
- Work Part-time during the academic year to earn around 2,250 USD
- Work Full time during the summer months to earn close to 4,500 USD
- The students can work up to 20 hours per week off-campus or on-campus during regular breaks.
Career and Placement after Course