Pursue your studies at INRS, an academic and research institution that stands out for its performance and its graduate training offer!
Where to start? First, you’ll need a wealth of information to choose your graduate program, find a master’s or doctoral project and identify your advisor. You’ll also need to understand the steps in the admissions process, identify important dates in the academic calendar, be aware of tuition and fees, and know about scholarships you may be eligible to apply for. If you have a degree from a Canadian university outside Quebec or from a country other than Canada, you may need to verify the equivalence of your degree.
Did you know that 61% of graduate students are employed only one month after their graduation? One thing is sure, choosing INRS will give you career opportunities, during and after your academic training.
Our graduate research, professional, short, and dual-degree programs are designed to help you fulfill your ambitions.
Want to find effective ways to protect, conserve, and develop land and water resources? Create tomorrow’s materials, technologies and communications technologies? Improve human, animal, and environmental health? Enrich our knowledge of social and cultural realities?
According to a survey of our community, 95% of graduates say that INRS has met their expectations.
The Find my path questionnaire is a tool that puts you on the right track. This questionnaire lets you to match your interests with INRS faculty members’ areas of expertise in just a few clicks.
It will help you find master’s or PhD projects of interest and faculty members who can supervise you during your graduate studies. Find your project and your a research supervisor now!
It also gives you a good idea about our areas of expertise and is an effective way to identify faculty members with research interests similar to yours.
At INRS, you will study in either Quebec City, Montreal, Laval, or Varennes, depending on which of our research and training centres matches your field of interest.
INRS is made up of four interdisciplinary research centres: Armand-Frappier Santé Biotechnologie; Eau Terre Environnement; Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications; and Urbanisation Culture Société.
How much will it cost per term to study at INRS? Tuition and other student fees depend on several factors, including your citizenship, level of study (master’s or PhD, choice of option (thesis or non-thesis), and so on.
Will you be studying at second or third graduate level? In a thesis or non-thesis program? These are all factors that can influence the calculation of your tuition fees.
All full-time students are eligible for our generous scholarship programs (in French only).
Available support includes INRS scholarships in the pure and applied sciences and social sciences, scholarships for international students and students from outside Quebec, international mobility scholarships, undergraduate internship scholarships, and scholarships from outside funding agencies.
It is important to know the steps, procedures, deadlines, and documents required as well as how to apply.
Graduate programs generally require you to secure a research supervisor before you apply. Read the program descriptions (in French only) carefully to check whether this is a requirement.
If you have completed your first year of a bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD, you may be able to do a research internship at INRS.
It’s a chance to explore a new environment and enrich your academic experience. We also welcome postdoctoral fellows seeking to maximize their potential.
Contact us the Studies and Student Life Service for more information.