masters in engineering management in canada and their fees?

Asked by sujan Mahat over 1 year ago

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

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Engineering management courses in Canada are highly specialised and offer students an amalgamation of engineering and management in a single course. 

Some famous masters level programs available for engineering management in Canada are 

Master of Engineering (MEng) in Engineering Management
MBA in Engineering Management
MS in Engineering Management
Master of Applied Sciences (MASc) in Engineering Management.

Here is a list of TOP COLLEGES IN CANADA for the same with their annual fees respectively  -


1. CENTENNIAL COLLEGE, ONTARIO - 26,672 CAD annually

2. SHERIDAN COLLEGE, ONTARIO - 5,400 CAD

3. UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA - 23,000 CAD

4. UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA - 39,500

5. UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO - 63,000 


 Eligibility criteria to study engineering management in Canada:

Academic transcripts along with bachelor's degree (if required)
GMAT or GRE Scores  
English proficiency test scores 
Additional requirements  


Upon pursuing a diploma in engineering management in Canada, you can enter corporate giants like Deloitte, Accenture, Microsoft, Google, etc. As an engineering management graduate, one of your critical sectors will be operations research and management. 


I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.

 


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Abhiyudaya Chauhan

Abhiyudaya Chauhan

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A Master’s in Engineering Management in Canada is an excellent choice for students looking to bridge  the gap between engineering and management. This degree equips students with skills in project management, leadership, and technical expertise, preparing them for high-level positions in engineering fields.

In terms of costs, international students should expect to pay between CAD 20,000 to CAD 40,000 per year in tuition fees. This varies by institution and can be higher in prestigious universities or in expensive cities like Toronto and Vancouver. Domestic students typically face lower fees, from about CAD 10,000 to CAD 25,000 annually.

While considering these programs, it's crucial to factor in additional expenses such as housing, meals, transportation, and textbooks, which can substantially increase your total expenditure. Many Canadian universities also offer various scholarships and financial aids specifically for international students, which can help offset some of the costs.

Prospective students should thoroughly research different universities to compare tuition fees, course content, and the availability of financial assistance to make an informed decision that aligns with their career goals and financial situation.

 


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