Study Engineering, Computing, Math and Physical Sciences in Canada
Complete your undergraduate degree in Canada at the University of Guelph
The University of Guelph is on a mission to Improve Life and change the world. Once you enroll in Computing, Engineering, Mathematics or Physical Sciences you will automatically become a member of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. We invite you to join our diverse and innovative college with award winning faculty, research opportunities and a supportive community who are focused on helping you succeed here. Explore our many co-op and experiential learning opportunities to gain hands on skills and research experience as part of your education. Our faculty, students and alumni foster global connections through their research, interdisciplinary approaches and careers.
Find your niche or explore a broad education in STEM. Do you love the power of AI? Want to accelerate alternative fuels? Are you committed to fighting climate change? Discover our programs and decide what’s right for you.
- $115K In-course scholarships
- for the college
- 16 majors
- across 5 disciplines
- 360+ international students
- from over 100 countries
- $22M in research dollars
- received in 2022-23
Learn from Canada's best.
Faculty and experts from around the world have chosen to teach and research at the U of G. Cutting edge facilities and labs empower your experiential learning and co-op opportunities. Help tackle some of our world's challenges by reducing plastics, improving food sustainability or capturing carbon. Study in-demand themes like artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data science and mathematical modelling. Discover the influence and applications of physical sciences in the lab, in the environment, even in space.
Explore our programs below:
Originally from Burundi, East Africa, Eddie first heard about the University of Guelph through his high school computer science teacher. Eddie shares his experiences in the program and the supportive community he has discovered through his studies and part-time work in Canada.
"There's so many different paths and different things that I can do after graduating that I think it's very unique to Computer Science."