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The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering and the Rotman School of Management established a program unequalled in Canada to provide a fast track for gifted students to earn their Bachelor’s degree in engineering, a professional experience year, a management internship, and an MBA in six years and eight months. The Jeffrey Skoll BASc/MBA Program is the only one in the country that offers these two degrees in one program. It is one of Canada’s most competitive and challenging educational experiences. 

One of Canada’s Most Challenging Programs

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UofT Engineering is Canada’s top engineering school and among the world’s best across international rankings

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Canada’s #1 Open Enrolment Executive Education Provider, and #7 globally for new skills and learning as ranked by the Financial Times in 2019

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The BASc/MBA degree only selects academically gifted students. In 2019, the mean entrance average into UofT Engineering from Ontario students was 93.6%

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Top of the class

In 2020, 75% of students enrolled in the joint BASc/MBA program achieved the Andrew Alexander Kinghorn Fellowship for placing in the top 10% of the MBA class.

One of Canada’s Most Rewarding Programs

Graduates of the University of Toronto’s joint Skoll BASc/MBA program have pursued rewarding careers across a variety of fields spanning finance, engineering, and entrepreneurship. Below is just a sample of some of the companies Skoll graduates have worked at.


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Why Hire An Engineer

Engineers are astute problem solvers that undergo rigorous training across a wide array of disciplines. In Canada, future licensed engineers can only graduate from accredited engineering programs by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board. Admission requirements into these engineering programs are extremely competitive and require strong academic success across mathematics and the physical sciences. Furthermore, the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) demonstrates that Canadian engineering undergraduate programs require the most amount of studying hours out of all undergraduate programs. Accredited engineering programs are extremely rigorous and challenging, however the program is worthwhile equipping graduates with 12 highly-employable attributes.