Chemical and Biochemical

Degree Time to Complete Admission Requirements Curriculum Options

Master of Engineering (MEng)

Prior to April 2017 - 6 Terms (2 years)
After May 2017 - 3 Terms (1 year)

Students have the option to complete this degree part-time. For more details about this option, please contact the program.

4-Year Bachelors degree in Engineering from an accredited university (a similar program may be considered)
Minimum average: 70% (B- North American Average)

Course-based or project-based

Master of Engineering Science (MESc)

6 Terms (2 years)

4-Year Bachelors degree in Engineering from an accredited university (a similar program may be considered)
Minimum average: 78% (A- North American Average)

Thesis-based

PhD

12 Terms (4 years)

Master degree in Engineering from an accredited university (a similar program may be considered)
Minimum average: 78% (A- North American Average)

Thesis-based

Contact Us

Program Website

Graduate Program Coordinator

Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering
Thompson Engineering Buildling, Room 477
London, Ontario, Canada

t. 519.661.2131
f. 519.661.3498

Funding Details

Funding is availble for admissible research (MESc and PhD) students. Funding is not provided for MEng students.

Additional information about scholarships and funding at Western is available here

English Language Proficiency Requirements

All applicants whose first language is not English or if an applicant has not completed 2 years of undergraduate or graduate education at an English-speaking institution in a country whose official first language is English, must provide proof of your proficiency in English by successfully completing one of the following English Language Proficiency examinations.

Application Deadlines

Term Domestic International

Winter (January)

November 1st

July 1st

Summer (May)

March 1st

November 1st

Fall (September)

July 1st

March 1st

Fields of Research

  • Biomaterials and Biochemical
  • Environmental and Green
  • Macromolecular and Materials
  • Particle Technologies and Fluidization
  • Reaction and Process Systems