Interested in joining the TIM Program at Carleton University?
To apply to the TIM Program, please create an online account through the link below
Fill out the online application (instructions are provided in your confirmation email). That gets you in the queue. Also see the FAQ provided by graduate studies on payment of the application fee.
Request your transcripts from your university and upload them through Carleton Central. Provide evidence of competence in English (e.g. TOEFL, CAEL, or three or more years of post-secondary education in an English-speaking country), if English is not your first language. For more information regarding the English proficiency requirement, please refer to the ESL section of our International Admissions website. Write a short statement that highlights why you should be considered for the TIM program and why you are interested in pursuing this course of study. Provide a CV that details your work experience. Upload all documents (with the exception of the recommendations from your referees) through Carleton Central. Your referees will submit their recommendations directly to Carleton University.
Contact information for two referees should be provided in your online application. Preferably, both should be work references, except if you have graduated recently -- then, one should be from your university. Your referees will be contacted by the Faculty of Graduate Studies with instructions regarding how to submit an electronic recommendation.
Track the progress of your application through Carleton central admission portal. The admission results will also be conveyed by the same.
Once your admission has been approved, please mail the hard copies of the documents you uploaded to Carleton University and secure your admission.
All students in the TIM program must complete 1.0 credit in the field of technology innovation management and 1.0 credit in engineering, business or science. Courses in the field of technology innovation management begin with the prefix TIMG.
All students in the M.Eng option are required to complete 1.0 credit from courses offered in engineering, business, or science.