ESP is a foundational course, offered in first year engineering at the University of Toronto, that uses the engineering design process as a context for developing skills in Professional Communication, Problem Solving, Independent Thinking, Systems Thinking, and Team Dynamics.
Read about how five U of T programs, including ESP, strengthen the Toronto community.
See how two teams of ESP students redesigned the West Bend community intersection to be safer and more effective.
One team of ESP students came to the rescue of priceless books for the Fisher Rare Book Library: U of T article; Toronto Star article; CBC article and audio.
Let our first-year engineering students design solutions for your projects/problems/challenges for free!
See some examples of past projects to spark ideas. Submit your project by mid-December for the January-April 2017 term. We're looking for 170 projects!
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student design teams tackle real design problems for real clients at no cost to the client. We are always looking for clients to propose projects.
Volunteer Seminar Leaders facilitate student discussion of the technical, social, ethical, and/or political issues associated with a topic selected by the Seminar Leader. We are always looking for volunteer Seminar Leaders.