The Polytechnique de Montréal (previously known as École Polytechnique de Montréal) is an international polytechnic school affiliated with the University of Montreal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Polytechnique de Montreal is located in the University of Montreal, (2500 Chemin de Polytechnique, Montréal, QC H3T 1J4,) Montreal, Canada. This post will give you all the information you will need to know about the Polytechnique de Montreal Tuition 2022, the Scholarships opportunity available to her students, and the Cost of Living in Montreal.
It is occasionally referred to as Montreal Polytechnic, but the French name is mostly used. The school offers graduate and postgraduate education and is highly research-oriented. Following tradition, new Bachelors of Engineering (B.Eng) graduating students from the École Polytechnique receive an “Iron Ring”, during the Canadian “Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer” ceremony.
Initially founded to teach technical drawing and other useful arts, the school has now developed to become a world-class institution having an administrative capacity of over two hundred staff, with approximately estimated undergraduate students at five thousand and postgraduate students at one thousand nine hundred (5000 and 1900 respectively) bringing it to a total capacity of over six thousand nine hundred (6900) students across all faculties available in the institution.
The Polytechnique de Montreal offers a variety of courses for study in its institution ranging from Engineering (such as civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, etc.) to Cyber Technology (such as cyberspace security) to Medicine (such as biomedical technology, biomedical engineering) as well as a host of other courses. A well-detailed list of courses (in both French and English language) is available for view and further research on the Institution’s website, visit http://www.polymtl.ca/ for more information.
POLYTECHNIQUE DE MONTREAL TUITION AND EXPENSES.
The cost of studying in the Polytechnique varies according to several factors from the side of the student namely;
-the type of program chosen by the student
-the number of courses taken per semester and
-the student’s status.
For the type of program, the institution offers various programs for both international and local students, with the amount in tuition for citizens, students from neighboring countries, and international students (Africans, Americans, and Asians). But since this article is for African students, we’d only refer to the fees to be paid by international students.
TYPES OF PROGRAMS AT POLYTECHNIQUE DE MONTREAL.
Specialized Graduate Diploma (referred to as DESS) is the basic undergraduate program offered in the institution.
DESS students can:
access the same graduate courses as Masters and Ph.D. students;
complete their programs on a part-time basis;
complete their undergraduate training in their field of interest.
This program runs for a time duration of 8-12 months and the cost of a DESS program for an international student per credit is $725, with a total cost (for 30 credits) of $21 750.
Note that the price would vary by the number of credits undertaken by the student.
Also known as Non-thesis masters, just as the alias describes it, is a professional course program that around giving DESS graduates an inner understanding of their field.
Professional master’s programs aim to:
Give students solid scientific knowledge in their field;
Train students to complete professional studies, development, or research based on the scope of their field.
The time duration for this program spans between 16-24 months and the cost of the program per credit is 725$ with a total cost of (45 credits at): $32 625.
Also, note that the total price payable as tuition would vary by the number of credits undertaken by the student.
Other notable programs available at the institution are the;
With a number of 45 credits, (a total of 15-course credits and 30 research credits) and time duration of 16 to 24 months.
Doctorate degree (PH.D.).
With a total number of 90 credits, (60 to 75 attributed to research) at a time duration between 3 and 4 years.
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS AVAILABLE AT THE POLYTECHNIC OF MONTREAL
As is common in several Institutions around the world, several scholarship programs are offered in the Polytechnique de Montreal so as to enable students with financial limitations to attain academic excellence.
Below are some notable scholarship programs for students in the institution.
CANADA GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (aka FOREIGN STUDY SUPPLEMENTS MICHAEL-SMITH)
- The Canada Graduate Scholarship Program is dedicated to Canadian graduate students so as to develop a network of exceptional researchers for Canadian institutions. The entire aim of the scholarship is to build a better relationship between international research institutes and Canadian institutions through the pursuit of exceptional research experiences at research institutions abroad.
The eligibility criteria are available on the Institution’s website http://www.polymtl.ca/
CANADIAN COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
This program offers scholarships to students from other Commonwealth countries who wish to pursue their graduate studies in Canada.
It is a scholarship that its major eligibility factor is that the student must be a citizen of other Commonwealth nations.
The scholarship is valued at $10000-$15000 and is funded by the Ontario government for international students.
The eligibility criteria are available on the Institutions webpage.
Several other scholarship programs are available and can be found at https://www.polymtl.ca/etudiants-internationaux/en/financial-questions/awards
COST OF LIVING AT THE POLYTECHNIC OF MONTREAL
Just as with other European countries, the Canadian government is quite particular about the lifestyle and welfare of its students, and for this reason, scholars are expected to have a certain amount of money with them. This money is intended to be used to evaluate how comfortably you can be without breaching the rules around the permit a student gets on his/her visa. Some scholarship donors do not allow their recipients to take up jobs to assist themselves, so the government would not allow a recipient of such a scholarship into the institution if the student doesn’t have the estimated amount of money deemed fit by the government to cater for the student’s needs.
Below is a link to the institution’s page on living as an international student
Please visit the Official Website of Polytechnique de Montreal to get more details about the school.
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