Prospective undergraduate students
Customize your degree
If you think you're not the Engineering or Computer Science type, think again. With over a dozen specializations, options and interdisciplinary programs ranging from music to management, you can combine your technical skills with your other interests.
Get an education that prepares you for today's careers as well as those that haven't been created. The job prospects are amazing and our grads are in demand. Recent surveys show that 94% of them find work immediately, with starting salaries around $56,000.
Our students work hard, but they play hard, too, with a wide range of clubs, events and competitions.
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Inspired teaching in small classes
Don't be just a number. Our class sizes are smaller than at many other universities. You'll develop real relationships with your professors and classmates, and get the support and recognition that make the difference.
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Undergraduate student experiences:
Mallory Cluff spent a co-op term volunteering in Malawi, Africa, where she worked with a non-government organization to provide clean and safe drinking water. Read more about Mallory and watch her video.
Sean Toscano learned real-world professional skills in his co-op placements in UVic's Systems department. The projects he's working on are being used by thousands of students. Read more about Sean.
Graduate student experiences:
Jennifer Murdoch works in the interdisciplinary area of Musical Information Retrieval. She volunteers with Indigenous high school students who learn about the biology and behaviour of Orca whales. Read more about Jennifer.
Anthony Kroeker is doing his graduate work at UVic because he loves the small class sizes and close-knit Engineering community. His primary research is related to computer architecture and networking. Read more about Anthony.
Academic advisers are an invaluable resource for students. They can help you plan your program, decide which courses to take and find out which courses you can transfer to UVic.
- First year Engineering students: Engineering Undergraduate Office, room 206 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-5322 or email@example.com
- Second, third and fourth year BME, MECH and SENG students: Belinda de Jong, room 217 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-5215 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Second, third and fourth year CENG, CIVE and ELEC students: Alejandra Montenegro, room 219 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-5216 or email@example.com
- Computer Science students: Sue Butler, room 512 in the Engineering and Computer Science Building. 250-472-5757 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Exchange/Visiting/Study Abroad students: Margaret Gwyn, room 206 in the Engineering Office Wing. 250-472-4051 or email@example.com
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