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Registration

You must register every semester.

You must pickup your computer access code at :

  1. Open your dossier étudiant
  2. Click on Inscription / Désinscription and click on Je m'inscris.

When your request to register has been completed, you will see “Inscrit” (Registered) indicated beside the “Inscription / Désinscription” (Registration / Deregistration) option; this may take up to 30 minutes.

How to confirm your registration Guide (.pdf)

For your first semester at Polytechnique, or at the latest by the course change deadline, all graduates student must submit at the Registrar the documents supporting your student status:

DOCUMENTS SUPPORTING YOUR STUDENT STATUS

The amount of tuition fees to be paid depends in great part on your status in Canada and assessment of residence in Quebec.  Canadian or permanent resident students and international students must pay a higher tuition fees than Canadian and permanent resident students who qualify as Quebec residents under Ministère de l'Éducation definitions.

For your first semester at Polytechnique, or at the latest by the course change deadline, all graduates student must submit at the Registrar the documents supporting your student status:

  • If your are Canadian citizen - Resident of Quebec
    • you do not need to provide any documents if you are studied in a CEGEP and you are indicate your permanent code in your admission application
      Otherwide, provide copies of:
    • your birth certificate issued by Directeur de l'État civil with the first and last names of your parents
      OR
    • your birth certificate with the first and last names of your parents
    • AND your certificate of Canadian citizenship (front and back)
    • AND your Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ)
  • If your are Permanent resident of Quebec
    • your birth certificate with the first and last names of your parents
    • your permanent resident card (PR - front and back)
    • your Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ)
  • If your are Canadian citizen
    • your Canadian birth certificate with the first and last names of your parents
      OR
    • your certificate of Canadian citizenship (front and back)
  • If your are Permanent resident of Canada
    • your birth certificate with the first and last names of your parents
    • your permanent resident card (PR - front and back)
  • If your are Refugee
    • your birth certificate with the first and last names of your parents
    • the document issued by the Government of Canada granting you refugee status
    • your Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ)
    • your Canadian Study Permit (SP)
  • If you are an International Student
    • your birth certificate with the first and last names of your parents
      At the start of your first semester:
    • your Certificat d'acceptation du Québec (CAQ)
    • AND your Canadian Study Permit (SP)
      An official or certified copy French or English translation is required for all documents that are not written in this two languages.
      More info: Preparing for your stay for international students

International students must hold valid documents, from the first to the last day of each term of enrolment at Polytechnique and of your presence in Quebec, in order to keep your student file active with Ministère de l'Éducation and maintain legal status in Canada or ;you will be deregistered.

French students must provide a valid French passport to establish the tuition fees.

IF YOU ARE IN A RESEARCH-BASED PROGRAM

You must register every semester. If you do not register, you must, by the appropriate deadlines:

Otherwise, you will receive an invoice for the full amount of your tuition, including late registration fees.

If you do not pay this invoice before the end of the semester, you will be considered to have withdrawn from your studies with the obligation to pay the total amount of the semester’s tuition (including insurance fees appropriate to your status).

You may not, at that point, register for a subsequent semester until you submit a readmission request and pay the outstanding balance (see articles 7.3 and 7.10*  of the Graduate Studies – General Regulations).

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

What is it and who is it for?
A code of conduct is a text that defines the moral and ethical principles that the people or businesses signing it agree to follow. The Student Code of Conduct sets out the rights and responsibilities of all Polytechnique students in relation to the policies created by Polytechnique Montréal. Download and sign your commitment form here!