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Why Schulich may be right for you

From leading the world in advances in petroleum engineering to biomedical breakthroughs, pioneering communication from space and improving how we live together and care for our environment on Earth, Schulich researchers and educators are at the forefront of positive change. You can be too.

  • Be part of a strong and vibrant community that respects and values diversity and differences
  • Work and collaborate in high-quality laboratories and teaching spaces
  • Live in Calgary, the engineering capital of Canada
  • Benefit from our strong ties to industry, providing a wide range of opportunities for multi-disciplinary work
  • Be energized by making a difference in the lives of others and answering the call to serve humanity

A new era in engineering education and research

The Canadian Natural Resources Limited Engineering Complex will transform engineering education, create capacity to graduate more highly skilled engineers and drive innovation across Alberta and beyond. Opened in the fall of 2016, the new facility enables the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering to educate an additional 400 undergraduate and graduate students, provides interactive design labs, expands student study spaces and adds two floors of research labs. The $174 million renovation and expansion is an investment in the future of Alberta and Canada.

Message from the Dean

The Schulich School of Engineering is a dynamic place to work, filled with collaborative and multi-disciplinary research approaches and embracing emerging techniques to help students have deeper and more meaningful learning experiences. Our focus is on building the right team so that we can move this school forward together.

Through our five-year strategic plan Energizing Engineering Leadership, we are committed to making a difference in the education of our undergraduate and post-graduate students, in the diversity of our profession, and through the impact of our research.

  • We want every incoming student to complete their degree and embark on a career where they can make a difference.
  • We will strive for a student and faculty composition that reflects the demographics, backgrounds, talents and rich diversity of our community.
  • We will focus our research endeavours on answering a number of society’s biggest questions and on improving the human experience.

By energizing engineering leadership, we are bringing together the wealth of skills and talents that abound across our school, our university and our community to make a difference.

We want you to consider joining us as we take this exciting journey together.

Bill Rosehart, P. Eng, Phd
Dean and Professor, Schulich School of Engineering


Learn more

Want to learn more about what’s happening in the Schulich School of Engineering? Check out these resources:

Departments in the Schulich School of Engineering

Departments in the Schulich School of Engineering include more than 3,200 undergraduate students, nearly 1,100 graduate students and more than 150 faculty members spanning several departments and multidisciplinary programs. Find key links for each of our departments below, including available opportunities. 

Chemical and Petroleum


Electrical and Computer


Mechanical and Manufacturing

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