ÉTS Development Fund

ÉTS is ideally located in the heart of Montréal’s Innovation Quarter.

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By 2030, ÉTS aims to have 30% of women engineers graduated from its school.

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Cutting-edge research work led by Jacques de Guise, a leader in the field of biomedical engineering, enables both high-level athletes and patients to benefit from the latest innovations, thus facilitating rehabilitation.

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Lan ETS is a student club organizing the biggest Lan Party of North America’s east coast. Each year, more than 2,000 gamers compete in several tournaments for their chance to win over $40,000 in prizes.

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Excellence in Engineering in the Heart of Montréal

Founded in 1974, the École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) was opened in response to the pressing need in industry for professionals with applied engineering training. To support its activities, the school receives financial assistance through the ÉTS Development Fund.

Since its creation, ÉTS prepare the future engineers, ensuring they have a theoretical background, as well as practical knowledge that can only be gained from hands-on experience. Through its unique partnership with 1,200 Québec’s small, medium and large-sized businesses throughout the province, ÉTS provides companies with expertise, equipment and leading-edge research infrastructures, it plays an active role in powering innovative technologies on projects of all sizes. With the help of its incubator of technology startups, more than 500 start-up companies have benefited from support services and the material and financial resources.

Power Corporation proudly supports ÉTS in its mission to deliver university education and conduct leading-edge research in applied engineering and technology, with a view to the technological and economic advancement of the province.

The École de technologie supérieure subscribes to the Engineers Canada objective that aims to increase the representation of women within the engineering profession to 30% by 2030.
Suzanne Bélanger
Director of the school’s Development Fund and Alumni Relations Department
École de technologie supérieure



in Québec for students’ enrollment and 2nd in Canada


of Québec engineers are ÉTS graduates


Nearly all graduates have secured a job upon completion of their diploma


paid internships per year are completed in 1,000 companies


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