Professional Development


To further support your graduate school experience, University of Toronto offers a number of resources you can take advantage of.

School of Graduate Studies (SGS)

Graduate Centre for Academic Communication (formerly English Language and Writing Support)

Graduate Professional Development (GPD)

Graduate Professional Skills (GPS)

Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead)

An institute dedicated to providing learning opportunities for students and professional to develop success skills. Click here to find out more.

MIE & Student-Run Workshops

MIE and Student-Run Workshops offers various workshops for students to development a variety of skills throughout the year.

Workshops offered by Student Associations in the past: Intro to Python, MATLAB

Summer workshops offered by MIE in the past: Graduate Writing Course, Advanced MATLAB

Keep an eye out for more workshops in the future!

Preparing for Academic Careers

Prospective Professors in Training (PPIT): The Prospective Professors in Training (PPIT) program prepares soon-to-be PhD graduates for the rigors of applying to, and holding, an academic position. Find out more here.

UofT Career Centre:

Preparing for Industry Careers

UofT Career Centre: Comprehensive list of services for career planning.

Career Advising: David Duong of the MIE Graduate Office can provide career advising in the following areas: resume, interviews, career exploration, networking and more.

Please contact to schedule an appointment.


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