Curriculum Change

The entire first year curriculum has been changed for the incoming 2019 first years for all engineering disciplines. This means big changes to the engineering cohorts. Prevent the spread of misinformation by sharing these changes rather than personal course selection experience. A summary of the changes can be found at the following link:

 https://www.uoguelph.ca/engineering/beng-curriculum-changes


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Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

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FIRST PLACE TEAM WINS $1000!

The Guelph Innovation Society  and the Guelph Entrepreneurship Society are proud to present the second annual Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition. This competition is targeted towards Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Engineering students at the University of Guelph, with the goal of encouraging students across different programs to compete with and against each other to create an innovative solution to a relevant issue. The I.E.C will ignite and promote innovative and entrepreneurial spirit among students from different backgrounds, encouraging collaboration and cooperation. We have created a case competition tailored towards both commerce and engineering students. By creating a welcoming and collaborative environment students are able to enjoy and feel more comfortable with the event and their teammates. Solving the challenge of this case requires collaboration between all students on the team. This competition will connect four students on a team, in the hope that they are able to develop team building, networking and collaborative skills, while igniting their competitive spirit. The day of the competition will entail a work period and presentation’s to a judging panel made up of University faculty and industry professionals. There will be a prize of $1000 for the winning team!

There is a registration fee of $5!

If you have any questions message us on our Guelph Innovation Society Facebook Page!