Our students engage in one of the most comprehensive programs of study in Canada, conducting research alongside internationally acclaimed faculty in all areas of computer science, as well as new interdisciplinary streams. We encourage you to browse the web pages of individual faculty members and research areas to get a better sense of the quality and diversity of our research interests.
– Examples of R&D internship projects (Adobe PDF) presented by our applied computing (MScAC) students at our 2016 Applied Research in Action (ARIA) showcase.
We offer three graduate
We have one of the largest graduate programs in the country, with over 250 students involved in the latest research, who publish in top journals and present their work at international conferences.
Many of our students take advantage of our strong ties to industry and take part in industry-based research internships.
We're home to many of the top students in Canada, including national and provincial scholarship winners. Our alumni are faculty at almost every Canadian university and some of the top computer science departments around the world. Others go on to successful and exciting careers at leading computer companies and startups.
We offer some of the most attractive funding packages, with strong funding guarantees for up to five years that rise with tuition and fee increases; competitive admissions awards for students entering our programs; and significant financial top-ups for scholarship holders.
Please refer to our information on graduate admissions for full details on the application process.
2015 MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR GRADUATE STUDENTS
- MScAC students Jyotheeswar Arvind and Vishal Raheja win at #DementiaHack
- PhD candidate Rorik Henrikson's new story-boarding software helps create first 3D romantic comedy
- Alumnus Ilya Sutskever (HBSc 2005, MSc 2007, PhD 2013): MIT Technology Review's 35 Innovators Under 35
- PhD candidate Alberto Camacho and MScAC student Patricio Córdova on how emerging technologies can monitor environment, prevent disasters
- Alumnus Kiran Sachdev (MScAC 2015), Head of Research at Riva Modeling Systems, a 2015 "Grad to Watch"
- Alumna Rebecca Dreezer (MScAC 2013), Software Engineer at Zynga, profiled by NOW Toronto