INRS is a graduate and postgraduate level research university that contributes to advancing scientific knowledge and training highly qualified students in strategic sectors.
One of Canada’s top universities
INRS train the international researchers of the future. Over 30% of our students come from more than 40 different countries. Why study at INRS? Because INRS is one of Canada’s top universities in terms of research intensity (funding per faculty member). Because we train the researchers of tomorrow by serving society today. Because a large majority of our graduates find jobs in their field of study after completing their program.
To know the cost of studying at INRS, you may refer to the documents below:
• Tuition fees
• Tuition exemption program for international students and Canadian students from outside Quebec (document in French)
• Work-study programs for international students (document in French)
Visit the Quebec Universities website for an overview of the academic community in Quebec.
Quebec's educational system
International candidates guide to academic achievement levels
Studying at INRS
INRS offers 22 master’s and doctoral programs as well as postdoctoral fellowships with its teams of seasoned researchers.
A global-minded university
INRS welcomes more than 600 students each year from countries including France, Morocco, Italy, Germany, India, China, Vietnam, and Mexico. Our students work directly with research professors, a number of whom also came from abroad to build a career at INRS.
For its outstanding scholarship programs
Throughout their time at INRS, students benefit from generous scholarship programs that allow them to concentrate on their studies. INRS also provides its students with financial assistance for scientific or academic projects and encourages them to take advantage of scholarships from public and private organizations.