Even though you do not hold an Engineering diploma accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), a diploma in Engineering recognized under an agreement, or an Engineering diploma whose level is recognized as equivalent to that of a Québec Bachelor’s Degree, you may still qualify for a permit from the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec if one of the following situations applies:
• you hold an undergraduate diploma in Engineering whose level and content are not deemed comparable to those of Québec degree in Engineering (for example, “ingénieur des travaux”, “ingénieur technicien”, “ingénieur d’application”, “ingénieur d’exécution” or “ingénieur-maître”, "Diplom-Ingenieur (FH)" and similar degrees).
• you hold an undergraduate diploma in Pure or Applied Science, in Technology, or in a similar field, whose level is at least equivalent to a Québec bachelor’s degree.
Applications that are not admissible
Applications from candidates holding one of the following diplomas are not admissible :
• an undergraduate diploma that is not deemed equivalent to a Québec Bachelor’s Degree (which involves a minimum of 16 years of schooling).
• a Bachelor’s Degree that is obtained by combining a series of certificates.
• a diploma obtained following the completion of distance learning or correspondence courses.
• a diploma issued by an institution that does not appear in reference books or that the national responsible authorities do not recognize.
• a diploma in a field other than pure or applied sciences, engineering or technology.
To determine the admissibility of your application, the Order could require transcripts, programs, course descriptions. Once you have received a response from the Order confirming that your permit application is admissible, you may proceed with compiling your application.
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