Come Study in Québec

Each year, ÉTS welcomes some 1,000 students from 60 different countries. In doctorate, master and DESS programs, they represent almost 55% of our entire clientele. Who knows, you could be among them!  Discover what sets us apart from other institutions and makes our university programs great.

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At ÉTS, we do Practical Engineering

Education Focused on the Real World

Are you in search of education that tackles real problems? All our programs are focused on practice and experimentation so you will become familiar with the issues facing businesses. They include more practical work, laboratory sessions and projects than any other engineering programs in Québec. In addition, the majority of our instructors have experience working in industry.

Challenging Projects

Are you eager to test new engineering concepts?  You’ve come to the right place! The School has some thirty scientific clubs (in French) working on robots, drones, race cars, solar vehicles, all-terrain amphibious vehicles, human-powered submarines, etc. By joining any of these clubs, you’ll have an opportunity to participate in international competitions, develop your knowledge and demonstrate your know-how.

Paid Co-op Work Terms

Each year, ÉTS receives more internship offers than it can provide interns. All co-op work terms completed within our programs of studies are paid (an average of $14,000 per internship) and are a golden opportunity to establish professional contacts. 

Why Choose to Study in Montreal?

Because you will live an outstanding student experience!

Montréal, with its four downtown university campuses, was named the best city in the world in which to study according to 50 000 students surveyed by Quacquerilli Symonds in 2018. The Montréal region has more students per capita than any other Canadian city.

Nearly 15,000 international students attend Montréal universities, the largest such student population in Canada. In addition, 450 laboratories and public and private research centres contribute to making Montréal a university city of international calibre.

A Welcoming Population

Montreal is a safe, multicultural city, nice to live in, with an affordable cost of living. It’s the most bilingual and trilingual city in North America. More than 50% of Montrealers speak fluent English and French, and more than 20% of them speak three or more languages.

An Outstanding Quality of Life

Montréal is also recognized for its quality of life. Close to both peaceful rural beauty and exciting ski slopes, this dynamic city offers lively districts and many green spaces. Located in the heart of the city, the ÉTS campus is easily reached by bicycle or public transit. Almost 1,100 students live in the school’s university residences. These studios and apartments include furnishings, heating, electricity and unlimited Internet access.

Study in Québec and Make a Difference Internationally

ÉTS is home to many laboratories and research chairs, whose scientific advances are recognized worldwide. And because our mission is focused on research in applied engineering and technology transfer to companies, our research projects have real impact on innovation and business productivity.

International Students at ÉTS
Greater Montréal is home to more than 30,000 international students at the
post-secondary level, nearly 80% of the
Québec total
At ÉTS, 25% of graduate students are women
More than 60% of ÉTS graduate students come from outside Canada