Options to study in Canada after B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and broadest disciplines of Engineering. This is profession for the students who are passionate about operations of machinery, designing and production. To build your skills and to enhance your knowledge to work as a Professional of Mechanical Engineering, one definitely needs to have their understanding in the core areas which include Mechanics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Materials Science, Structural Analysis and Electricity.

In this competitive era, a basic Bachelor of Technology is not enough. After your Bachelors, upgrade your level of qualification by studying abroad. Canada is one of the finest countries as an option available to International students aspiring to enhance their career by getting a globally recognized qualification and having international exposure. Canada as educational destination offers World-Class Education standard, quality education at affordable price, better living experience at low price, multicultural environment with an opportunity to work while studying and work after studying. And most importantly, this is the most immigration friendly country.

If you’re a Mechanical Engineering graduate and desire to study in Canada, then the options to study in Canada after completing B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering are:

(After completing your Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering, in Canada you can opt for PG programs, Master Degree or other Fast Track programs available.)

Advanced Diploma

  • Advanced Diploma in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology – Automation and Robotics
  • Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design (Fast Track) 
  • Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology – Industrial (Fast Track)

These programs are offered by CENTENNIAL COLLEGE which is in Toronto, Ontario. This is a two-year Diploma costing CAD$14,140.00 per year. To get into this course, you require IELTS Overall Band Score 6.0 not less than 5.5.  Fast-Track – The applicants who’ve done Bachelors gain direct admission into year two (semester three) of this three-year engineering program and receive their advanced diploma in two years (four semesters).

  • Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology – Automated Manufacturing
  • Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology – Design and Analysis
  • Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology – Robotics and Automation

CONSTEGA COLLEGE delivers these programs provide students with the broad exposure to the discipline of Mechanical Engineering. Each course costs around CAD$12,000 per year which gets completed in 3 years. Overall Band Score of 6.0 is required in IELTS.

  • Ontario College Advanced Diploma Mechanical Engineering Technology – Building Sciences (MBT)

A course related to Mechanical Engineering covers 6 semesters in duration of 3 years taught in Newnham Campus of SENECA COLLEGE.

Other options to pursue Mechanical Engineering are:

Graduate Certificate:

  • Fanshawe College – Applied Mechanical Design
  • Fanshawe College – Practical Elements of Mechanical Engineering
  • Algonquin College – Energy Management
  • Niagara College – Industrial Automation
  • Sault College – Robotics and Advanced Automation
  • Concordia University – Mechanical Engineering

You can pursue Diploma with Specialisation in George Brown College

  • Electromechanical Building Technology –Building Automation
  • Tool and Die Making
  • Mechanical Technician Tool Making
  • CNC and Precision Machining
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician Tool And Design
  • Mechanical Techniques Mould Making


  • University of Saskatchewan – Postgraduate Diploma PGD in mechanical engineering
  • Memorial University of Newfoundland – Graduate Diplomas in Engineering
  • Concordia University – Graduate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering


You can also choose to pursue Masters of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering or Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. To complete Master it generally takes 18 to 24 months. Options to study Masters after completing B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering are:

  • University of Alberta
  • Dalhousie University
  • University of Waterloo
  • University of Toronto
  • University of British Columbia

To do Technician Level Job, Mechanical Students can also choose to do specialization in the related areas like: Automation, Automobile, Control, Design, Electro-Mechanical, Instrumentation, Industrial, Quality, Robotics, Tool and Die etc.

These are only among the few options available for the students looking for options in Canada after completing B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering. To know the best available options for you as per your profile, come for study in Canada-Counselling at West Highlander and get guidance from our Director Ms. Parwinder Kaur – a Canada Course Graduate. Other than this, we also provide Admission and Visa-Filing Services. We have a high visa-approval success rate. Visit us to know about more options available for you to study in Canada.