The University of Ontario Institute of Technology's innovative and unique undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to meet your interests and career aspirations, along with the market-driven requirements of employers. When you graduate, you will have the critical thinking, innovative research and technological skills demanded by the world's leading employers.
Professors and students undertake research in a wide range of areas that include automotive design and engineering, business and information technology, computational science, alternative and sustainable energy, nuclear engineering, law enforcement, manufacturing, community/public health, to name just a few. Our university's unique and technology-rich teaching and learning environment challenges students to push the boundaries of innovation and discovery and prepares graduates to excel in the global, knowledge-driven economy of the 21st century. At the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, the possibilities are endless.
Undergraduate and graduate
FACULTY AND STAFF
Bachelor's • Master's • PhDs
RIDGEBACKS VARSITY TEAMS
Nationally ranked men's and women's athletics
CANADA RESEARCH CHAIRS
Located in the eastern Greater Toronto Area, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology has grown out of a bold, ambitious vision: to take on the grand challenges we face as a society, and find solutions to meet and exceed tomorrow's needs.
By teaching students new approaches to problem solving along with innovative uses of technology, our commitment to scholarship produces new types of graduates: highly engaged citizen leaders with an entrepreneurial spirit; people prepared to excel in the modern workplace, and ready to lead their peers.
Areas of study include:
- Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
- Health Science
- Information Technology
- Social Science
Our faculty experts engage with more than 300 industry partners to develop unique programs that incorporate:
- Program-specific and industry-current software.
- Practical, hands-on experience in a real-world setting.
In 2013-2014, more than four out of five graduating students participated in work-integrated learning through opportunities such as co-ops, internships and practicums.
The university houses more than 70 specialized research laboratories and facilities. These facilities show our commitment to attracting leading scholars and creating excellent learning experiences.
The university wants to grow into an even more innovative mixed-use, vibrant community hub. To reach this goal we are creating a Campus Master Plan to develop 190 acres directly north of the campus. This expansion will establish the new classrooms, laboratories and infrastructure required to provide students, professors and researchers with the space they need to build Canada's competitiveness while creating an exciting and rewarding educational experience.