University of Waterloo Faculty of Engineering

University Of Waterloo Faculty Of Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering is one of six faculties at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. As of 2010, it has 6,346 undergraduate students, 1,844 graduate students, and 264 professors. It had over 27,000 alumni in 2006, making it one of Canada's largest engineering faculties. The Faculty of Engineering houses 8 academic units and offers different degrees in a wide variety of engineering disciplines.

The Faculty of Engineering is unique in the way that all undergraduate students are automatically enrolled in the co-operative education program, in which they alternate between academic and work terms throughout their five years of undergraduate career.

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