Electrical Engineering

Ryerson University

Vue d’ensemble

Sommaire du programme

Université Ryerson University
Grade baccalauréat en ingénierie, B.Ing.
Code de programme SEJ
Fourchette de notes 80-85%
Apprentissage expérientiel Option de coop ou d'internat disponible
Inscription 150
Langue d'enseignement Anglais

Domaine d’interêt

PROGRAMME RÉGULIER

Exigences

Préalables

  • English/Anglais (ENG4U/EAE4U preferred)
  • MHF4U
  • SPH4U
  • SCH4U
  • MCV4U

Exigences linguistiques

You are required to present proof of English-language proficiency at a satisfactory level if:

  • you are from a country where English is not the first language;
  • you are from a country where English is an official language but not the first language; or
  • you resided in Canada for four calendar years or less (i.e., your date of entry to Canada was on, or after, January 1, 2012, for fall 2016).

We will not accept ENG4U, EAE4U or an equivalent in lieu of a test of English-language proficiency.  

For more information, visit: www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/english.html .

Admission

Offres d'admission pour les élèves du secondaire de l'Ontario

Basic Requirements for Admission

Ryerson University offers two types of programs:

  • Grades selective programs determine your basis of admission solely on academic performance.
  • Grades-plus programs use a combination of grades, portfolios, interviews and/or auditions to make admission decisions.

While a minimum high school average of 70% (in six 4U/M courses) establishes your eligibility to apply for admission, individual Ryerson programs may establish higher required admission averages.

Individual Ryerson programs may stipulate specific academic prerequisites for admission, including specific courses and minimum grades. Some programs also stipulate non-academic requirements for admission (e.g., portfolio, admission essay, interview, audition). Minimum grades, typically in the range of 65% to 75% or higher, are required in each of the program-specific subject requirements.

For more information, visit: www.ryerson.ca/undergraduate/admission/overview/.

Admission averages are calculated based on your top six 4U/M courses. Ryerson does not require subject prerequisite marks to be included in your admission average, though you must meet the subject prerequisite grade requirement that is specific to your program. 

If you are a high school student, you are encouraged to achieve as much breadth of preparation as possible in the course of your studies leading to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, and meet the stated subject prerequisite requirements for the program you intend to apply to.

Failed and Repeated Courses

We will calculate your overall average using the final marks from your best six 4U/M courses, which may include repeated/upgraded course marks. 

Timing and Process for Admission Decisions

We anticipate that the majority of decisions will be made between February and May 2016 based on application processing timeframes and timelines for evaluating non-academic requirements. 

If you submit a complete application (including amendments or additional choices) by the February 1, 2016, application deadline for grades-plus selective programs, and March 1, 2016, for grades-selective programs, you will be guaranteed equal consideration for the Ryerson program(s) you apply to. If you wish to be considered for more than one program, you are strongly encouraged to include all program choices on the OUAC application.

The presentation of admission averages on eINFO are estimates only, and are subject to change. For further information, refer to Ryerson's Official Undergraduate Calendar(s) at: www.ryerson.ca/currentstudents/calendars/index.html.

Communication

Contactez-nous au sujet du programme

350 Victoria St.
Toronto ON M5B 2K3

  • Phone: 416-979-5036
  • TTY: 416-979-5274