Want to learn more?

Want to learn more about Polytechnique and its study programs? Want to discuss your study project with our advisors, professors and other contributors? Take advantage of the many information activities organized throughout the year by our Recruitment Service, whether you are in Montréal, elsewhere in Québec or abroad.

The Recruitment Service team is there for you!

Throughout the year, the Polytechnique Recruitment Service team offers several information activities organized at Polytechnique, elsewhere in Québec or abroad.

Whatever your interest or pathway is, our prospective student advisors will be pleased to answer your questions. Come and meet them at one of the information activities listed below or contact them directly and maybe even schedule a one-on-one meeting with one of them. You’ll see that Polytechnique no longer holds any secrets for them!

Polytechnique Montréal Recruitment Service
Main Building, level 2, room C-237.4
514-340-4928 | futur@polymtl.ca

Recruitment Service team members, from left to right: Mathieu Gravel, Prospective Students Advisor / Julie Doucet Lamoureux, Director of Folie Technique / Maude Bourassa, Prospective Students Advisor – Graduate Studies / Caroline Boisvert, Senior Prospective Students Advisor / Marie-Lise Lalonde, Prospective Students Advisor / Sophie Larivée, Recruitment Service Director / Pierre Turbelin, Recruitment Technician / Isabelle Roy, Prospective Students Advisor / Patrick Lacasse, Prospective Students Advisor.

Open House

Open House is the perfect opportunity to discover Polytechnique, its study programs, its many services offered to students, its research activities and all of the facets of its student life. You will be able to learn more about the content of the programs, the admission process and requirements, and discuss with professors, students and counsellors in order to make and informed choice. 

  • Open House evening : Tuesday, January 31, 2017 - 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Open House day : Sunday, November 6, 2016 - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information : polymtl.ca/futur/en/open-house

Guided Tours

Did you know you can visit Polytechnique to see what hides within its walls? When taking part in a guided tour, you may:

  • Discover the exceptional environment Polytechnique has to offer you;
  • Talk with a student currently enrolled in Poly;
  • Ask a prospective student advisor your questions.

The guided tours are for everyone, alone or accompanied. They take place on the 1st Friday of each month, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., September to May (with the exception of the 4th of November 2016 and the 6th of January 2017).

No reservation is necessary. You just need to show up at the Lassonde Buildings entrance, on the 1st floor, in front of the security stand.

* A 10-minute grace period will be given to latecomers. After this time, your tour participation may be compromised.

Grad Fair - McGill

Coming activities

  • Watch for our next stop at McGill - Fall 2017

Past activities 

Grad Fair - Concordia

Coming activities

Past activities 

Activities in Brazil

EduCanada Fair 2017 - Sao Paulo

EduCadana Fair 2017 - Porto Alegre

EduCanada Fair 2017 - Rio de Janeiro

Activities in China

PhD Workshop - Beijing

PhD Workshop - Shanghai

Activities in France

Destination Universités Québec Tour - Paris

Destination Universités Québec Tour - Strasbourg

Forum de l'X - Palaiseau

Universités Québec Tour - Lille

Study in Canada Event - Paris

Salon des grandes écoles de commerce et d'ingénieurs - Paris

Activities in Switzerland
Activities in Morocco

EDU-Canada Tour - Rabat

EDU-Canada Tour - Casablanca

Social Media

Follow Polytechnique on Facebook, Twitter, YouTubeLinkedIn and Instagram and join the conversation!

You may also consult the complete list of other social accounts associated with Polytechnique Montréal.

UdeM Walking Guide

The UdeM walking guide offers a campus visit by podcast and allows you to download the routes you are interested in.

This walking guide teaches you all about the rudiments of campus history and architecture as well as giving you information on a variety of campus related themes.

Members of the great UdeM community also share comments, memories and analyses throughout the walking tour. In fact, you can hear from the soprano Natalie Choquette, the film director Jean-Philippe Duval, the Olympic athlete Audrey Lacroix, the former Prime Minister Bernard Landry and the DJ Ghislain Poirier. Excerpts from the Radio-Canada radio sound archives also enrich the walking guide.

Campus walking guide (number 5) (in French only)