Admission Requirements

AlgaeAdmissions Requirements and Application Procedures

MSc (Applied) Bioresource Engineering – Integrated Food and Bioprocessing

Candidates for the MSc Applied, Integrated Food and Bioprocessing program shall have graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering or a Bachelor of Technology, with a strong knowledge in the following core engineering areas: fluid mechanics, heat and/or mass transfer, thermodynamics, and engineering mathematics (including statistics).

Non-thesis students are not required to indicate a supervisor in their application. Students in this program will be guided by their Program Advisor.

Funding: There is no funding available for students in non-thesis programs. Students must have their own source of funding to cover all tuition, fees, and living expenses for the duration of their program. Students must give serious consideration to their financial planning before submitting an application. You may review this page: Fund Your Studies to see if you may be eligible for any scholarships.

The Tuition Fee Calculator can be used to estimate annual tuition, ancillary fees, and insurance for M.Sc. non-thesis students. The total shown for 30 credits should be pro-rated to 45 credits to obtain an estimate for the full 45-credit Master’s program.

For more detailed admissions requirements, please refer to McGill's e-Calendar for Bioresource Engineering.

For application procedures and deadlines, please refer to:

Applying for Grad Studies (Macdonald Campus)

Future Graduate Students: Application Steps

Back to top