26 July 2018


After the great success of the automn 2023 edition of Polytechnique Career Faire, with more than 150 companies and a large number of students. We are very happy to be able to see you again this winter. Do not hesitate to contact us for any questions at  journees.carrieres@clee.polymtl.ca .

Dear attendees,

We are excited to announce the dates for our September Event Days:

  • January 25th (Monday)
  • January 26th (Tuesday)
  • January 27th (Wednesday)
  • January 28th (Thursday)

The Career Days will be held from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Due to limited physical space and to ensure a diverse representation of participants, each individual can register for only one day. We encourage you to provide us with as many availability options as possible during your registration, so we can allocate you to the most suitable day.

We are looking forward to your participation in this enriching event and hope you'll have a memorable day with us.

The cost for the Career Fair for companies varies and depends on the following criteria :

Big companies (+200 employees) : 850.00$ CAD*
Medium-sized companies (between 50 and 200 employee) : 750.00$ CAD*
Small-sized companies (-50 employees) : 600.00$ CAD*

*taxes not included

The counting of the number of employees is done by including all the employees under the trademark, the parent company, and affiliated companies. The criteria for billing is at the discretion of the members of the organizing committee.

Placement agencies are considered to be medium-sized at the minimum.

The cost includes the following elements :

  • Access to your booth from 10h to 16h the day of the event
  • An opportunity to meet with students
  • One lunch per representative
  • One parking pass per company (Only for the specified parking)


In order to reimbursed, you must notify us of your withdrawal at least two weeks prior to the first day of the event. Furthermore, any cancellation on your behalf within this delay will be invoiced, whether payment for the participation has been issued or not.

Adapted from: http://www.polymtl.ca/futur/programmes


An aerospace engineer trained at Polytechnique Montréal participates in the phases of designing, developing, testing, and producing aircraft, spacecraft, and related components. They are involved in managing complex engineering projects in the aviation or space domain, in addition to designing, conducting, and analyzing various experimental tests. The aerospace engineering program at Polytechnique Montréal is innovative and practice-oriented. In fact, the program adopts a unique method developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and some Swedish universities: Conceive, Design, Implement, Operate (CDIO).


A biomedical engineer trained at Polytechnique Montréal applies engineering principles to the study, modification, and control of biological systems, as well as the design and manufacturing of products for monitoring physiological functions and assisting in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. They could be involved in designing imaging systems, implantable pacemakers, artificial hearts, or orthoses, for example. Biomedical engineers can also develop materials to be implanted in the human body or systems for drug or gene delivery.


A chemical engineer trained at Polytechnique Montréal designs, develops, and improves processes that transform raw materials into useful goods in a sustainable development context. They work in various industrial fields such as biotechnology, plastics, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, agri-food, pulp and paper, etc. Chemical engineering is the engineering of processes. Contrary to popular belief, chemical engineers do not work in laboratories but rather on-site in an industrial setting. They design, develop, and improve equipment and processes for transforming raw materials into useful goods.


A civil engineer is responsible for the design, construction, management, maintenance, and repair of various structures. In doing so, they must ensure public safety and work in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. This professional is trained to work in several areas, including structures (buildings, bridges, dams), geotechnics (foundations, excavations, tunnels, roads), hydraulics (hydraulic structures, river, port, and irrigation developments, flood control), transportation (planning, layout, and road safety, airports, railways), and the environment (treatment, collection, and distribution of wastewater and drinking water, waste management, rehabilitation of contaminated sites).


An electrical engineer from Polytechnique Montréal possesses solid knowledge of energy, electronic technologies, information technologies, and physical sciences. They are also aware of all the social, economic, and ecological implications that their achievements may have. In this context of constant innovation, electrical engineers are interested in everything related to the production, transmission, distribution, and use of electricity in diverse sectors such as manufacturing industry, electronics and its various applications, terrestrial and space communications, air navigation systems, and biomedical instruments.


The program offered at Polytechnique Montréal focuses on the fields of geotechnics and the environment. Applied geophysics is also an important component of the training. Multisectoral, the program leads to employment opportunities in four major sectors: geotechnics (geology applied to construction works), environment (assessment and remediation of contaminated sites), hydrogeology (research and evaluation of groundwater), and geophysics (indirect methods for subsurface evaluation). Concretely, the geological engineer can help locate and exploit the mineral resources necessary for the construction of dams and roads or for the production of concrete. They also perform the characterization of the behavior of rock masses and soils in anticipation of major construction projects.


An industrial engineer trained at Polytechnique Montréal is a decision-maker. While other engineering disciplines apply their skills in specific sectors, industrial engineers can work in many fields. They are agents of continuous improvement and change management. While engineers from other engineering disciplines apply their skills in specific sectors, industrial engineers can work in many fields. You can find them in manufacturing companies, service industries, transportation or distribution companies, etc. The range of possibilities is very broad!


A computer engineer creates computer installations and can also program them. They have in-depth knowledge of computer structure, interfaces, and networks. Computer engineering is a discipline that deals with the design and implementation of systems that capture, store, process, transmit, control, present, and ultimately use information. Their knowledge and skills are sought after in all areas, including multimedia, the video game industry, networking, telecommunications, avionics, image, and signal processing, the biomedical sector, industrial production, robotics, management, and finance.


A software engineer analyzes, designs, builds, and tests software systems. They work with the latest technologies in cutting-edge application domains such as artificial intelligence, computer security, cloud computing, mobile applications, the web, video games, and multimedia. In their work, software engineers are responsible for all phases of software product development. They plan and coordinate project realization, ensuring quality and reliability by developing maintenance and configuration management programs.


A mechanical engineer trained at Polytechnique Montréal has a solid fundamental education and can integrate a set of constraints (materials, manufacturing, performance, commissioning, maintenance, reliability, costs, risks) to develop a viable global solution. Wherever there are machines or instruments, there are mechanical engineers to design, manufacture, and improve them. Energy conversion is also a fundamental area of study and research for mechanical engineers. Mechanical engineers are called to work in a multitude of fields: transportation (aerospace, rail, automotive, etc.), manufacturing, energy efficiency (building mechanics, thermal power plants, etc.), as well as in hybrid fields such as mechatronics.


A mining engineer trained at Polytechnique Montréal possesses great versatility. Their areas of intervention are vast since they participate in the development of mineral resources (mines and quarries) as well as in major excavation works in the fields of transportation (roads, subway) and energy production (hydroelectric plants, oil sands). They also recognize the significant impact of these works on the environment (soil characterization, revaluation of mining waste).


A graduate of physics engineering is both a physicist and an engineer, specializing in the technological applications of physics. They use the foundations of physics (quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism), engineering design tools, and high-precision manufacturing processes to transform innovative ideas from research into technological products. In addition to microelectronics, optics, and advanced materials, physics engineers are also sought after in the life sciences sector, for the production and management of energy resources (nuclear, photovoltaic, hydroelectric, etc.), and even in finance or strategic consulting.


Do not hesitate to get in touch with us. We will be happy to answer your questions.

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