This degree allows you to become an engineer for the aerospace industry in the following specializations: aerospace design and manufacture, avionics and control, and product development and systems integration.

Polytechnique Montréal

Polytechnique Montreal is the only university in Quebec offering a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering degree.

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.
- Opportunities to study abroad.

his program has been accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) and provides access to the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec for all our programs.

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Polytechnique Montréal

Inter-University Master of Aerospace Engineering

This program offered jointly by six Quebec universities (Concordia, École de technologie supérieure, École polytechnique, Laval, McGill and Sherbrooke) in cooperation with a number of Quebec-based aerospace companies, seeks to train highly qualified engineers in the fields of aeronautics and space technologies. The program's two general objectives are to enable students to:

acquire the additional know-how needed for the analysis, design, manufacture, implementation and control of systems specific to the aerospace field;
and familiarize themselves with the methodological approaches specific to aerospace engineering

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Unviersité Concordia

Students can specialize in the following areas: Aeronautics and Propulsion, Avionics and Control, Structures and Materials, and Space Engineering.

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Université Laval

This program has a limited capacity.

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Université de Sherbrooke

Sherbrooke: admission for the Fall, Winter and Summer quarters.

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École de technologie supérieure

The program is offered on a full-time or part-time basis, in continuing education. To that end, activities are offered in Fall, Winter and Summer sessions.

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McGill

The Faculty of Engineering at McGill University has identified aerospace as a strategic education and research focus. Approximately 40 professors within the Faculty have research programs that are related to aerospace, covering a wide range of topics, from aeronautics to manufacturing.

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