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Polytechnique is the largest engineering institution in Québec in terms of its graduate student body size, and the scope of its research activities. Polytechnique Montréal has educated nearly one-quarter of current members of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec.
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Polytechnique Montréal is a flagship of engineering in Québec, and is also one of Canada’s leading engineering educational and research institutions. Since its establishment in 1873, Polytechnique Montréal has trained nearly 50,000 engineers, specialists, and researchers.
Work by Polytechnique's professors, employees, and students have led to major discoveries in all areas of engineering and technology, and these accomplishments are known worldwide.
As an institution of higher learning, Polytechnique’s mission is to:
- provide high-quality engineering education at every level, with a focus on human values;
- carry out relevant, top tier research as the basis for high-quality training at the master’s and doctoral levels that takes into consideration industry and societal needs;
- wield influence in intellectual, economic, and social realms.
Polytechnique is a key player in Québec’s engineering and innovation sector, in addition to being a partner of choice for a number of innovative businesses in Québec, elsewhere in Canada and all over the world.
March 19, 2020
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, M. Pierre Lassonde a été nommé principal et président du conseil d'administration de la Corporation de l'École Polytechnique de Montréal.
March 4, 2020
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, La station Polytechnique-Alstom représente un véritable sanctuaire au milieu de la bourdonnante école de génie. « Original ! » C'est ainsi que Philippe A. Tanguy, directeur général de Polytechnique, a accueilli la proposition. Située dans l'Atrium Lorne-M.-Trottier, elle a été conçue par le comité étudiant Station Polytechnique, avec la collaboration de l'architecte des pavillons Lassonde.