Future Students from Other Canadian Provinces

As one of Canada’s top ranked universities for the past decade, INRS attracts numerous students from other Canadian provinces.

The quality and originality of research conducted at INRS, the number of scientific publications, and access to state-of-the-art laboratories and high quality supervision by faculty members draws students from outside Quebec seeking training founded on excellence.


Choosing your program of study

The graduation rate of our PhD students is the highest in Quebec. Many of our programs of study are unique, such as the water sciences and population studies programs. View the list of programs (in French)


Degree equivalency

Make sure that the education you received in another Canadian province is recognized in Quebec. View the degree equivalency tables

Finding a research supervisor

Find a research supervisor and master’s or PhD project in three questions, thanks to our Find a research supervisor questionnaire. Start the questionnaire


Applying for admission

Admission criteria vary from one program to another and may require that you find a research supervisor before applying. Make sure you meet all the criteria. Learn more about the admissions process


Finding a scholarship

INRS has its own generous scholarship programs and encourages students from Quebec, the rest of Canada, and other countries to take advantage of outside scholarship programs. Merit scholarships, admission scholarships, international mobility scholarships—there’s a wide choice. Find a scholarship in our directory (in French)


Calculating the cost of your studies

If you are a Canadian citizen residing in another province, your tuition fees will differ from those of Quebec students. Check the tuition and other fees you will have to pay based on your student status.


Language proficiency

As a French-language university proud to welcome students from more than 50 countries, INRS encourages students to learn and perfect their French to help them succeed in their studies and integrate into the university community. Learn more about French courses.