You are currently abroad and are beginning or pursuing your studies or postdoctoral fellowship at INRS this fall? INRS is now ready to welcome you in its facilities! Regardless of your situation, INRS provides you with all the information you need to help you.
See also the Travel exemptions and restrictions for international students section on the IRCC website.
The INRS has implemented a comprehensive plan to accompany you in preparing for your arrival in accordance with the requirements of Quebec and Canada’s public health authorities. Please follow the steps below.
Before planning any travel, INRS invites you to consult the Information guide web page which allows you to learn about the rules in effect and the elements to be taken into account before you decide to come.
If you are a new graduate student at INRS, you will be contacted by a mentor once you have submitted your study permit approval letter to Student Life Services. The mentor’s role is to help you become familiar with your new environment. Each research centre provides you with a Welcome Guide to help you start and continue your formation at INRS.
Contact the Student Life Services for more information.