Génie+, a recognition of student engagement

Are you actively involved in student life at ÉTS? Do you take part in activities within a club, the student association, or a student group or project recognized by ÉTS? Have your involvement officially recognized by obtaining a Génie+ designation.

The Advantages of the Génie+ Designation

Your involvement in student life makes you an asset to ÉTS and the people around you. That’s why we give official designations to students who take an active role in the development of ÉTS.

By having your student involvement officially recognized, you will receive:

  • An official designation on your transcript;
  • An asset for your scholarship applications;
  • A asset in your engineering training that you can add to your résumé;
  • A badge as a symbol of your involvement;
  • After three designations, a scroll from the Director General’s office;
  • The satisfaction of being recognized by ÉTS.

To obtain your Genie + designation, fill the form before May 21, 2021.

For your application to be eligible, you must:

  • Be registered full-time for at least one session out of three each year (undergraduate, master’s or doctorate);
  • Be registered full-time for at least one session out of three each year (undergraduate, master’s or doctorate);
  • Be part of a club, group, committee or project that is recognized by ÉTS or be part of the ÉTS Student Association;
  • Be recommended by your project’s sponsor or the institutional sponsor;
  • Not be subject to any restrictions in your studies (according to the provisions of article 7.4 of the Undergraduate Studies Regulations or articles 11.10 and 12.13 of the Graduate Studies Regulations);
  • Fill out the online form in March 2021 (in French, available through Mon ÉTS).

Applications are evaluated under the following criteria:

  • The degree of involvement you show in the activities you participate in and your consistency, as well as your achievements and how they benefit the university community;
  • Your beneficial and positive contributions to the group;
  • The demonstration of your development of new skills and/or your personal aptitudes and qualities;
  • The balance between your involvement and your academic success;
  • Your e-portfolio (to be completed in the “Compétences savoir agir” section) which lets us verify the skills you’ve developed over the course of your education.

In the 2018-2019 academic year, over 300 students obtained a Génie+ recognition. Of those, 57 students received an honorary scroll from the Director General of the School for having earned three mentions.

Consult the list of Génie+ students and find out how they distinguished themselves in the Génie+ magazine (in French, PDF).