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UVic Engineering graduates help invent the future. If you're excited by the thought of building a sustainable society or of working on nanotechnology, computer graphics, photonics or wireless networks, this could be the place for you.

Join us at one of Canada's top-ranked universities and start your high-paying career in Engineering or Computer Science. You'll experience inspired teaching and real-life learning in a spectacular location. You'll be surrounded by world-class research and life-changing opportunities, and you can look forward to amazing job prospects after graduation.

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Forging prosthetics from plastic for a pittanceTechnicians fit a Haitian amputee with a customized, locally printed Victoria Hand.

In a small, windowless lab in the University of Victoria’s faculty of engineering complex, prosthetic hands dangle from a peg board. These prototypes – produced with a 3-D printer and a few nuts and bolts – have launched a program that provides patients with customized, working hands in the most impoverished communities around the globe.

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UVic engineering students tackle Saanich intersectionAlex Duncan, left, Malcolm McEachern, Erin Jones, Christina Saimoto and Adam Boehm were among the UVic engineering students to work with the District of Saanich.

Saanich’s top engineer says he was “blown away” by the creativity and research that a group of University of Victoria student engineers displayed in trying to solve a real-life engineering problem.

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Lynn Conway awarded honorary Doctor of Engineering

degree at the 2016 Fall Convocation ceremony on November 9th.
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UVic Rocketry team blasts to 3rd at international competition

As the sun rises across the Utah desert, 12 students methodically set up a tent, tables, and then assemble a rocket. The motor is loaded, gingerly. The final weight and balance is checked, adjusted, then checked again. The passengers…

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