Facts and figures


Remuneration of co-op students
Average remuneration in 2016 (including bonuses and other benefits) based on a 39 hour work week (40 hours/week for students of level S2 or S3). The averages shown do not include the 4% vacation pay.

Co-op level Hourly rate Weekly wage Monthly wage Total for a 4-month work-term
S1 $18,20 $710 $3,080 $12,320
S2 $20,25 $810 $3,510 $14,040
S3 $21,75 $870 $3,770 $15,080
S4 $21,75 $870 $3,770 $15,080

Frequency distribution (pdf) : S1 / S2 / S3
Employer satisfaction
2016 evaluation of ETS co-op students by Supervisors
(3677 work-terms –3560 responses)

Grade Rating Number of students Percentage
A Excellent 1574 44,2%
B Very Good 1486 41,7%
C Good 468 13,1%
D Adequate 27 0,1%
E Unsatisfactory 5 0,1%
            Total 3097 100%

85.9% of co-op students were rated by employers as "excellent" or "very good".
 
Number of students available
Number of undergraduate students available for Winter work-terms 2018.
Updated September 29, 2017
Co-op level
Bachelor's programs
S1 S2 S3 S4 Total
Construction engineering 145 77 53 7 282
Electrical engineering 90 49 36 8 183
Operations and logistics 14 32 25 6 77
Automated manufacturing eng. 58 30 40 1 129
Software engineering 99 59 34 6 198
Mechanical engineering 153 110 53 18 334
Information Technology eng. 54 21 21 5 101
Total 613 378 262 51 1304


Number of master level students available for Winter work-terms 2018.
Updated September 29, 2017
Programs Number
Automated manufacturing engineering 1
Electrical engineering 2
Aerospace 5
Innovation management 2
Management of engineering projects 4
Telecommunications networks 2
Information technology 1
Healthcare technologies  3
Total  20

 
Number students registered by engineering department
Engineering Department Registered students
(Fall 2017 term)
Construction 1382
Automated production 429
Operations and logistics 327
Information technology 388
Electrical 692
Software 751
Mechanical 1273


 
Regional breakdown of ETS students
Breakdown of students who are eligible for co-op work-term by geographic region – 2016 (approximately 5200 students)

 Region %
Montreal 24 %
Laval, Laurentides, Lanaudière 24 %
Montérégie 21 %
Quebec, Chaudière and Beauce 5 %
Outaouais, Abitibi and New-Quebec 4 %
East of Quebec 4 %
Mauricie, Centre-du-Québec 4 %
Eastern Townships 3 %
Outside of Quebec 11 %