To be accepted into an engineering degree you have to fulfill a number of requirements. Each post-secondary institution has different requirements but they all include the completion of senior high school sciences and maths, in particular physics, chemistry, and calculus. You can also buffer your application with extra-curricular activities that you enjoy. Many schools will offer you the chance to expand on your extra-curricular activities in a personal interest section. Once you are admitted, there are plenty of scholarship opportunities for students to take advantage of.
While taking an undergraduate degree in engineering, you become part of the school community. There is lots of opportunity to succeed and have fun along the way. Schools of engineering often have teams and clubs that you can join where you can work on various projects or for several causes in your free time. You can read about the clubs available at your schools or even start your own! If you need some help completing assignments or just want someone to talk to, schools of engineering have resources available to you. You can go for extra help, see an advisor or join a student study group.
You can also check out below the different course pathways in high school, to be able to study engineering.
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You can also apply for a scholarship to fund your studies in STEM, as an undergraduate student, through the Schulich Leader Scholarship!