Application Process

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Students must possess a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent engineering degree) from an accredited Canadian university. Admission to the program is competitive, with a minimum entrance average equivalent to B+ (78%). In addition, standard admission requirements for entry in the Mechanical Engineering MASc program must be met. Successful applicants will be selected by a committee through an interview process. International students may apply, but will be required to have a US Entry Visa.

The program commences each September. To apply, please submit the following by February 1st:

  1. Submit online application
  2. You will receive an email confirmation from the University of Windsor with a link to “EGAS” in order to upload the required documents listed below
  3. Once ALL documents have been uploaded please be sure to “SUBMIT” your application
  • A current resume describing work experience, software program and other language skills
  • Official Academic Transcript
  • Authorization to Release Official Documents and Information (downloadable PDF)
  • Letter of Interest addressed to the program administrator, Dr. Jennifer Johrendt, in which the applicant must:
    • Describe why they are interested in the University of Windsor/Politecnico di Torino partnership program
    • Describe their education, skills and experience and why they make them an ideal candidate for the program
    • Describe their skills using CAD/Catia/Solidworks
    • Describe their leadership skills, eagerness, problem-solving and interpersonal skills
    • What type of involvement they’ve had e.g. Formula SAE, BAJA or other team involvement
    • Close by describing what they feel they will gain from this experience

For more information, please contact the program administrator:

Dr. Jennifer Johrendt
Faculty of Engineering
University of Windsor
519-253-3000 ext. 2625
JMDtorino@uwindsor.ca