EDUCATION

Mechanical engineering

This training prepares engineers to plan and implement projects involving various applications of mechanical engineering. Through this program, students develop their capacity to design and implement mechanical systems, components, processes or procedures.

École de technologie supérieure

The bachelor’s program in mechanical engineering is primarily intended for college graduates from mechanics-related programs.
This program has been accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) and provides access to the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec.

Polytechnique Montréal

Program details

– At least one four-month paid compulsory internship.
– An integrative project each year and a large-scale final project, for 6 credits, providing graduates with a solid background in engineering design.
– Specialty courses starting the first year
– Emphasized mentoring from the start of studies.
– Credited training aimed at mastery of verbal/written communication and teamwork.
– A mechanism for ongoing quality management of the program.
– Multiple opportunities to study abroad.

This program has been accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) and provides access to the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec.

Université Laval

This program offers a 4-year (8-session) full-time course of study, starting with the Fall or Winter session. Students wishing to pursue part-time study are encouraged to speak with the faculty contact person.

Université de Sherbrooke

Course of study with a concentration in Aeronautical Engineering

A 24-credit specialization.

– 12 course credits in flight mechanics, propulsion, aerodynamics, aircraft structures, etc.
– 12 credits for a major design project in the field of aeronautics.

McGill

The diversity and scope of the field in which mechanical engineers operate is stunning—We analyze and design massive power conversion units needed to propel huge aircraft travelling at near-supersonic speeds; and we design micro-robots that travel through blood vessels to perform delicate operations. Moreover, that field has changed: while we once worked mainly on mechanisms and machines, our interests have broadened to the study of advanced materials, biological systems and micro/nano devices.

Mechanical Engineering at McGill offers students an opportunity to spend their years of study alongside some of the best students and researchers from around the world. Our students come from across Canada and beyond, while our professors have studied at the best universities world-wide, including McGill.

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