The collaboration between Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT) and Polytechnique Montreal has led to the training of more than 150 highly qualified persons since 2001. Many of the research projects have produced results which are now integrated into mining practices in Quebec, Canada and elsewhere around the world.
The Research Institute on Mines and the Environment (RIME) UQAT-Polytechnique now includes more than 100 students at the undergraduate and graduate (Master and Doctorate) levels at UQAT and Polytechnique Montreal. Recognized internationally, the researchers within both universities provide high quality training to the students in a variety of areas such as mine site reclamation, integrated mine wastes management, construction of waste rock piles, prediction of water quality, mine water treatment, and tailings management, for different types of climatic conditions.
The unique partnership between UQAT and Polytechnique Montreal offers students a unique opportunity to get university training in the different programs available at both locations. Depending on their interest, students can choose the program of their choice. Please contact us for more information.
Each year, RIME UQAT-Polytechnique proposes internships to undergraduate and graduate students. Consult the section on internships to learn more.
Also, some professors in the Mining Engineering program at Polytechnique Montreal occasionally offer internships for students enrolled in the Coop program. To obtain more information on this subject, you can contact the professors or the liaison officer for the Mining Engineering program at Polytechnique Montreal, Mrs Danielle Gagnon.
Students officially admitted in the graduate programs will receive a scholarship. Contact us for more information.
The students enrolled in the Mining Engineering program at Polytechnique Montreal can apply for scholarships provided by the industrial partners of RIME UQAT-Polytechnique. To learn more about this program and the available scholarships, please contact the liaison officer, Mrs. Danielle Gagnon.