Competency of applicants from ÉTS


ÉTS graduating students and recent graduates are equipped to work in a variety of activity sectors related to engineering, including the following:

  • Project execution and design
  • Consultation and engineering
  • Research and development
  • Computer science
  • Management and administration
  • Quality control and production
  • Teaching and training
  • Representation, sales, etc.


Fields of expertise

Construction Engineering
  • Structures
  • Construction materials
  • Foundations
  • Roads and transportation
  • Municipal engineering
  • Project management and construction

Recent ÉTS graduates can be found in all construction sectors: residential, commercial, municipal, bridges and roads, industrial and heavy construction.
Electrical Engineering
  • Design and development of electrical and electronic products
  • Design, installation and operation of communication networks
  • Development and tuning of sophisticated computer systems
  • Adjustment and installation of production and manufacturing systems
  • Quality control and assurance
  • Management of large-scale computer information systems
Software Engineering and Information Technology
  • Choice and integration of technologies
  • Design and development of software and database products (parallel, distributed, and real-time environments
  • Graphic interfaces, simulators, virtual reality
  • Quality control and quality assurance
  • Implementation and operation of communications networks
  • Project management in software and information technology engineering
  • Software architecture
  • Design of Web applications
  • Multimedia development
  • Design of testing strategies
  • System security
  • Reengineering
Mechanical Engineering
  • Planning, organization and management of production activities
  • Design, automation and control of mechanical systems
  • Design, installation and optimization of manufacturing systems
  • Design and production of prototypes
  • Building and energy mechanics
  • Planning, organization and management of maintenance activities
Operational and Logistics Engineering
  • Design of production and distribution systems
  • Organization, optimization and management of operations
  • Supply chain optimization
  • Continuous improvement (process mapping, animation, etc.)
  • Quality improvement and assurance
  • Installation of performance-related executive information systems
  • Economic justification of investments
  • Management of real assets
  • Quantitative analysis of organizational opportunities
  • Project management
Automated Manufacturing Engineering
  • Selection and integration of technology
  • Design of new products and software applications
  • Management of multi-disciplinary projects
  • Production scheduling, planning and automation