Canada’s Engineering Diploma Programs That Can Lead to a Degree

Hands on Studying in CanadaIf your dream is to study in Canada where you can obtain a Bachelor’s in Engineering degree, but you don’t have the marks to meet the higher academic requirements of a major university in Canada, do not despair.  There are many opportunities to study in Canada where you can get an Engineering Diploma and then get credit transfer at a Canadian university where you can complete your Bachelor’s degree.  Most of these programs are 2 + 2 where you take a 2 year diploma and 2 years to complete the degree at a university.

Here are some great engineering diplomas that can lead to an engineering degree:

Power Engineering Technology – This is a 2 year program and graduates can get credit transfer to some universities both in the US and Canada.  Deadline for submission of application was February 1st, 2016 so if you are in Grade 11 or doing your O levels, then you can look forward to applying to this program for the 2017-18 year.  Applications may still be considered for January 2017.

Power Engineers can work in industrial and electrical power plants and commercial buildings where they can work with boilers, turbines and condensers in steam engine plants as well as with internal combustion engines.

Mechanical Engineering Technology – This is a 3 year program and graduates can get credit transfer to some universities both in the US and Canada.  Deadline for submission of application was February 1st, 2016 so if you are in Grade 11 or doing your O levels, then you can look forward to applying to this program for the 2017-18 year.  Applications may still be considered or January 2017.

Mechanical Engineers apply scientific and engineering principles for design and fabrication of mechanical apparatus and systems.  Employment can be found in automotive, aerospace, food processing and manufacturing industries.

Engineering diploma programs are offered by polytechnic institutions where tuition is often much less than that found at a major university.  Co-op work programs are a featured component of these programs.  Engineering diploma students are highly sought after in the workplace even without an Engineering Bachelor’s degree.

If you want to study in Canada, this is a good place to start, studying a engineering diploma program.

For more information about studying in Canada for an engineering diploma program, contact Alberta Rose Education Centre for more information.

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