Same ÉTS, new procedures

The Greater Montréal Area (GMA) at red alert level: Consult the directives announced by ÉTS.

ÉTS is conducting the Winter 2021 semester in hybrid mode, with some activities being held in person while lecture courses are delivered remotely. Read the Press Release.

For more information concerning the risk-prevention and community-protection measures implemented by ÉTS, please consult the Directive générale applicable à la prévention des risques de transmission de la COVID-19 lors du retour graduel sur le campus (General directive respecting the prevention of transmission risks related to COVID-19 during the gradual return to campus).

Are you experiencing added stress or anxiety due to the current health crisis? Student Services offers remote assistance.

Fall 2020 semester

  • ÉTS will impose the fines indicated in the Academic Calendar for late registration and late payment.
  • Access to the registration system for the Winter 2021 semester is conditional upon payment of all fees for previous semesters and payment of at least 50% of the fees for the current semester (Fall 2020). Further details.

Students who are experiencing financial difficulties are invited to contact Students Services to explore the various financial resources that are available.

  • In light of the uncertainties related to COVID-19, ÉTS has postponed all outgoing mobility stays for the Winter 2021 semester.
  • Despite the cancellation of foreign study trips, ÉTS would like to provide students who wish to experience international studies with a virtual option, subject to certain conditions to be determined at a later date.

  • This measure applies to all student travel for foreign studies, co-op work terms and research.

  • At the present time, this decision does not impact mobility stays planned for the Fall 2021 semester.

  • All affected students will be contacted by the team from the International Relations Service.

Since March 2020, the government of Canada has restricted the arrival of foreign nationals into the country. International students who wish to enter Canada must first confirm that they are exempt from travel restrictions. It is also crucial to be familiar with the provisions of the Quarantine Act.

Please take note that ETS has an intervention plan relating to the reception of international students. A series of webinars and newsletter are planned to inform international students on health and travel requirements before they arrive in Canada. These webinars and newsletters will help international students establish a quarantine plan and provide tips for acquiring basic necessities such as food and medicine.

On campus

The ÉTS campus has been adapted in accordance with government recommendations. Wearing a mask is mandatory for everyone who enters and circulates inside the buildings on campus.

Students, employees and research personnel are permitted to access the ÉTS campus.

Prepare for your arrival on campus

Adapted services

In order to provide the most positive study experience possible, ÉTS has adapted a number of services for its students:

Co-op work terms remain the focal point of your training!

In light of the current exceptional situation, the Co-operative Education Service (CES) has been forced to revamp many of its co-op work term placement procedures. Flex Placement allows for agility and flexibility, maximizing your chances of obtaining a co-op work term.

The CES has also loosened its usual criteria with respect to the start date and duration of co-op work terms. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

If you are currently carrying out a co-op work term, you and your employer must respect all public health procedures. If you have any concerns related to the site of your co-op work term, please contact your Coordinator