Scholarships and competitions

Every year, ÉTS students receive hundreds of scholarships. Several of them aim to emphasize the excellence of the academic record, others to encourage academic perseverance, to promote a career choice or to underline the commitment of students in an extracurricular activity.

The Dean of Studies Office is also involved in a number of science popularization competitions intended for graduate and post-graduate students, including some internationally recognized competitions. This represents an ongoing commitment to the ÉTS student community for the purpose of encouraging upcoming generations and increasing their outreach, both at ÉTS and around the world.

Scholarships
 

Science popularization competitions

  • Ma thèse en 180 secondes (MT180): A competition organized by ACFAS, in which PhD students present their thesis subject to an audience of people who are not experts in their field of study within a period of 180 seconds. It is important to note that the internal final at ÉTS is open to students registered in Master programs with a research profile.
     
  • Three Minute Thesis: The English version of MT180, open to students in Master programs with a research profile and PhD students, organized by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS).
     
  • ETS Science Poster Competition: Undergraduate and graduate students popularize a subject related to the effects of innovation on engineering or their ongoing research project.

Funding for studies

The section reserved for professors provides direct access to the descriptions of competitions that require their recommendations or financial commitment.