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    WHY BECOME AN OIQ MEMBER?

    • To practice the engineering profession.
    • To use the title and sign Eng.
    • To be at the core of change and help society evolve.
    • To belong to a group with over 60,000 members.


    1. HOW DO I BECOME AN JUNIOR ENGINEER?

    Once you have your engineering degree, fill out the permit application and pay the required fees.


    2. HOW DO I BECOME AN ENGINEER?

     

    3. NOW YOU ARE AN ENGINEER

    Practice the profession fully independently and sign Eng.


    The mandate of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec is to regulate access to the profession and thus facilitate the entry of new recruits. In Québec, only those individuals registered on the roll of the Order who hold an engineer’s permit issued by the Order are entitled to provide the many professional services reserved for the engineering profession.

    However, before being recognized as a fully autonomous professional and earning the right to use the title of “Engineer,” you must prove yourself to your professional order. To do so, every aspiring engineer candidate in Québec must follow a specific procedure, the first step of which is to obtain a junior engineer’s permit.

    To help you, the Order has written the Guide du futur ingénieur (in French only) which clearly explains every step of the procedure to follow. There is also an interactive tool to help you better understand the various stages of this process (in French only).

    The values of the engineering profession:

    • Competence
    • Ethics
    • Responsibility
    • Social commitment

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