École Polytechnique de Montréal university is one of the most modern universities in Canada and one of the best-developed universities in North America. Polytechnique Montréal is a flagship of engineering in Québec and is also one of Canada’s leading engineering education and research institutions.

Polytechnique offers courses and programs in numerous engineering specialties, in which fields the institution accounts for the production of nearly one-quarter of university research in Québec.  There are 15 Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral Programs, about 10.000 students, and 295 highly qualified professors. The university is also open to foreign students. There is 29% of international students among the total number of students. 1,950 diplomas have been awarded in 2020-2021 in more than 120 specialties.

École Polytechnique de Montréal university ensures Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Doctoral Studies. There is also Preparatory Department.

The Medium of Instruction is conducted in French or English.


Chemical Engineering
Civil, Geological, and Mining Engineering
Electrical Engineering*
Computer Engineering and Software Engineering
Mathematics and Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Engineering Physics
Biomedical Engineering


● Law
● International law
● Law enforcement activities
● International economic relations
● International Business
● Enterprise economy
● Public management and administration
● Economics
● Business, trade, and exchange activities
● Audit and taxation
● Computer engineering
● Management
● Hotel-restaurant business
● Philology (English, German, French, Chinese languages)
● Educational, pedagogical sciences
● Elementary education (the English language, specialization: teacher of foreign language)
● Design (specializations: Graphic design, Visual communication design)
● Computer engineering
● Security of information and communication systems
● Pharmacy
● Psychology
● The accounting and auditing
● Laboratory diagnostics
● Movie, television
● Dentistry
● Medicine
● Nursery
● Technologies of Medical diagnostics and Treatment
● Pharmacy (industrial pharmacy)
● Physical therapy, ergotherapy


École Polytechnique de Montréal university hosts 5 hostel buildings for over 2000 international students. The University offers cozy rooms in students’ dormitories. Boys and girls live separately in the hostel. There are 2-3 people living in one room. All the rooms are well-organized and furnished with a bed, a desk, chairs, water heaters, suitable lighting for both study and relaxation, and the Internet. A kitchen is adjoined to each room, where students can cook food. There are various shops and supermarkets around the hostel, so you can buy any products and food you want. Hostels are secure and protected 24\7. Upon the students’ arrival on campus, specific accommodations are assigned and after a satisfactory health report, the student will be accommodated in the room which is allotted to one. 

The University provides a guarantee of accommodation placement services to all international students who receive an academic offer. There are several accommodation options for international students and it is important to consider whether you prefer an independent lifestyle or enjoy living in a community. Combine the convenience of living on or near campus, access to programs and services to help you excel academically, the opportunity to build lasting friendships, and comfortable, affordable living and you have the life of a University. The territory of the University and the main students’ routes from the hostels to the educational buildings are protected and patrolled by officers of guard service. 


City Life of Quebec is safe, dynamic, innovative, hospitable, and lively, it has a robust economy and offers an outstanding quality of life, with a non-stop parade of festivals and major events throughout the year. More than just a vibrant urban center, Quebec is a place where all community members can find fulfilling roles to play.

Quebec is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. It is the largest province by area and the second-largest by population. Much of the population lives in urban areas along the St. Lawrence River, between the most populous city, Montreal, and the provincial capital, Quebec City.

There are some of the best attractions in Quebec:

  • The Canadian Museum of History
  • Quartier du Petit Champlain
  • Mont-Tremblant
  • Old Montreal
  • Hôtel de Glace
  • The Montreal Botanical Garden
  • Montmorency Falls

Present-day Québec is a multifaceted society, and the generosity, solidarity, and engagement of its people are helping to shape the province’s future.