Outstanding Services Offered for you to Succeed!

By choosing to do your training at Polytechnique, you will have access to a wealth of resources and services aimed at helping you throughout your studies.


The dynamic and experienced team of professionals from the Polytechnique Student Services (SEP) offers a range of resources and services that aim to help you succeed both academically and personally.

Student Life

Student life (in French only)  at Polytechnique consists of dynamic and involved student associations, technical societies, cultural, educational and international committees, sports clubs and much more!

Academic Success Support

In addition to offering a personalized welcome, Academic Success Support (in French only) offers a peer tutoring program, conferences and workshops to help develop skills essential to academic success, as well as personalized and confidential individual consultations.

Entrepreneurship Support

Polytechnique Montréal helps students interested in entrepreneurship (in French only) in many ways to ensure everyone’s needs are met: classes and training programs, counselling services, competitions and many other complementary resources.

International Students Office

The International Students Office offers you precise information on your rights and obligations in terms of immigration, in addition to offering support and advice to facilitate your integration.

International Exchange Programs

You wish to study abroad?
Our International Exchange Program (in French only) allows you to realize your project as part of your engineering studies.

You wish to study at Polytechnique Montréal?
Consult our Visiting Students (in French only) section for help in planning and organizing your stay with us.

Financial Aid and Awards

Please refer to our Study Cost and Financial Aid section for information about financial aid and scholarships available.

Support for Students with Disabilities

The Students with Disabilities Service (in French only) provides personalized services for your specific needs. They may include different relief measures to ensure academic success like note taking in class, larger text, additional time during exams or even support with outside organisms (financial aid, equipment loans, etc.).

Off Campus Housing

Looking for an apartment, tenants or roommates? Our housing data bank (in French only) is made for you! At the beginning of each semester, we also offer workshops that are given by Polytechnique students. They offer you an efficient method to look for housing in Montréal: steps to take, where to look, questions to ask the landlord and questions to ask during a visit, how to read a lease and include important information, services offered by Régie du logement (local housing authority), etc.

Career Management

Do you have questions about the career that is waiting for you after you finish your graduate studies? The personalized career management counselling service of the Carrefour Carrière (in French only) is there to help you.


Student Residences

Polytechnique students have the possibility to rent a studio at the Université de Montréal Residences, which are located a few minutes away from Polytechnique. The numbers of rooms, however, are limited.

For more information: residences-etu.ca (in French only)

Université de Montréal Physical Education and Sports Centre (CEPSUM)

Located on the Université de Montréal campus, the Université de Montréal Physical Education and Sports Centre (CEPSUM) is one of the largest sports centres in Québec. Polytechnique students have access to remarkable modern facilities: Olympic size swimming pool and diving pool, fitness rooms, indoor ice rink, racquetball, squash, wallyball, badminton and tennis courts, gymnasiums for basketball, handball, volleyball and soccer, indoor running track, golf driving range, dance studios, combat and fencing rooms, etc. all a stone’s throw away from Polytechnique!

For more information: cepsum.umontreal.ca (in French only)

Université de Montréal Health and Psychological Consultation Centre (CSCP)

Need a doctor?  On top of Community clinics or CLSC (Centre Local de Services Communautaires) and medical clinics in each of Montréal’s neighbourhoods, Polytechnique students have access to the Université de Montréal Health and Psychological Consultation Centre (CSCP).

For more information: cscp.umontreal.ca (in French only)