The INRS student community has a variety of resources at its disposal to support learning, perseverance throughout studies and academic success.
Your knowledge of the French language is limited? It is possible and even recommended to start or continue learning French. INRS offers free French courses each term for all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). You will receive an email from Student Life Services at the beginning of each term to inform you of the French courses offered.
French is the official language in Quebec, although it is generally possible, especially in Montreal, to function in English. If you already speak French, you may have questions about certain Quebec words and expressions. To help you, or simply out of curiosity, consult this small Quebec lexicon (lexique québécois).
Student Life Services provides personalized individual assistance to students with disabilities or learning disorders on an individual and highly personalized basis. A variety of tools, services, and other accommodations may be available to you. If you need help, write to us.
We offer guides that you can refer to frequently during your graduate studies and guides to facilitate your integration at INRS during your first term of study. See all guides
To facilitate their integration, students entering their first term of study are accompanied by a peer through the student mentoring program.
If you have a project or activity in mind to:
Consult the program before submitting your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your idea in advance. We encourage all projects that benefit the INRS community. Talk to us about your plans!
Every year, INRS holds a career event called Rendez-vous carrière.
Come check out your options and map your career trajectory!
To help you succeed, Université du Québec has created an online questionnaire to provide you with personalized advice when you start your master’s program. The questionnaire, called (PROfil de Succès PERsonnel des Études), covers various topics related to academic success in graduate school. Your answers are used to establish your personal profile. The profile will establish your strengths and weaknesses in relation to the conditions for academic success and also guide you to INRS resources that may be of help. You will then receive your profile report by email.
The questionnaire is for newly enrolled master’s students only. An email with an invitation and a link to the questionnaire is sent out in November (for students starting in the fall term) and March (for students starting in the winter term). Launch the questionnaire
INRS uses Compilatio, a plagiarism detection tool, in a joint effort with students to prevent plagiarism.
The Studium section of the application allows you to check the originality of your texts, get help drawing up your bibliography, estimate the percentage of similarities, check borrowed sources, and more!
EURAXESS is an information platform for students seeking to do a research stay in Europe. It provides information on research and innovation policy in Europe, job prospects and scholarships, and funding sources, as well as personalized professional mobility assistance for one of the 40 European countries that belong to EURAXESS. Membership is free. Check out the website
Writing is a real challenge? Students enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program at INRS can become members of Thèsez-vous? and register for free writing support activities. Take advantage of this opportunity!
Illustration: © Thèsez-vous?
Workshops and training sessions are offered each term to help you:
A notification is sent to students who might be interested whenever new activities are added. Consult the schedule of upcoming workshops and trainings
Anyone can, at some point in their life, experience personal or professional difficulties. The INRS has an Employee and Student Assistance Program (PAEE) to help you through this difficult time. The service is free and confidential. Learn more about the PAEE
Have questions? Contact Student Life Services.