Please note that students in a non-thesis master program at the Faculty of Engineering who are not registered in the CO-OP program may be eligible to take an Industry Internship course, allowing them to complete a credited internship related to their program of study. International placements may be permitted. For more information, contact the Faculty’s Graduate Studies Office at .
“The biggest challenge of being abroad is also its biggest reward: experiencing a new culture and opening your mind to a new language, a new way of doing things and most importantly to new people.”
Andrés Marsik, biomedical mechanical engineering
Students are also encouraged to discuss with their research supervisor regarding opportunities for doing research abroad. Your supervisor will potentially have an international network in their field of research and could help you find an opportunity to work with a research lab or group abroad.
“I had the opportunity to study at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. I chose this university because of its strong aerospace research, which I could not find at uOttawa. There, I was able to work on a research project involving the excavation of regolith on the moon. I designed a four-wheeled rover to test the various excavation instruments. This experience kick-started my career as it allowed me to intern at industry-leading companies back in Canada.”
Vincent Côté-Larouche, Mechanical Engineering
“My time in San Francisco is something I will never forget, and something I encourage all students to pursue.”
— Mechanical engineering
Scholarships and funding
These scholarships and funding opportunities can help you cover various costs you may encounter while doing part of your degree or conducting research abroad.