Fast track admission to the doctoral program
Accelerated transfer from master's to PhD
It is possible to make a transfer from the master's program to the doctoral program, without having to write a master’s thesis. This option is reserved for students demonstrating above-average ability, who are supported by their research supervisor and have completed their 2nd term of the master's degree, as well as all the courses of their study program. In addition, this passage may be accompanied by a scholarship.
Direct access from baccalaureate to doctorate
It is possible to be admitted to the PhD program directly after completing an undergraduate degree, without having a master's degree. This option is reserved for students with an exceptional academic record and who benefit from the support of a research director. In addition, this passage may be accompanied by a scholarship..
Here are the steps to follow to apply for an fast-track admission to the doctoral program.
- The student completes an application for admission to the PhD program for the desired term.*
- The student writes a statement of purpose on why they want to do a doctorate.
- The research director writes a letter of support for the application and the reason for this fast-track admission.
- The student writes a short description of their doctoral research project.
- All the documents of steps 2-4 are sent by email to the TGDE (graduate studies secretary).
- The graduate studies committee in mathematics (CES-math) studies the file. Once the file is approved, it is sent to the person in charge from the direction of the FAS.
- This person analyzes the request for a fast-track admission and sends the decision to both CES-math and ESP.
- If the answer is positive, the department will process the application for doctoral admission to the ESP.
- The student receives an email with the Notice of Decision attached.
*For admission in the summer term, the student should apply for the fall term and, after being admitted, they should apply for advancing their admission to the summer term.