Water Engineering (PhD)
This program will allow you to contribute to the protection of public health, safety and well-being while preserving the environment. The main focus is the integrated and sustainable management of water, both in Quebec and around the world, with an emphasis on infrastructure design, water treatment, urban and river hydraulics, hydrology, use optimization, climate change, etc.
Applicants must have a master’s degree in water engineering, or an equivalent degree.
French and English proficiency
Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in French OR English. Students must ensure that they have a good understanding of English and, if necessary, take steps to improve their language skills during their studies (for example at Université Laval’s language school). In the event of significant deficiencies, program direction can impose corrective measures.
Applicants must comply with one of the following criteria:
- obtain a score of at least 605 out of 990 on the International French Test (TFI)
- A score of at least 675 out of 990 on the Test of English for International Communication, Listening and Reading (TOEIC) OR a score of at least 64 out of 120 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL-IBT) OR a score of at least 53 out of 70 on the VEPT test OR pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II with a grade of at least C.
- Structures and materials
- Water and the environment
For a full list of professors, please refer to the descriptions on the Faculty of Science and Engineering website giving their fields of research in water engineering. (In French only)
A number of professors have an interest in supervising students under the agreement between UL and the CSC. Their areas of expertise and contact information are provided below.
Research areas: Intensive care, traumatology, neurology, neurosurgery, transfusion, blood products, resuscitation
Teacher's profile: https://www.gci.ulaval.ca/departement-et-professeurs/professeurs-et-personnel/professeurs/fiche/show/tilmant-amaury/
Research areas: Chemical thermodynamics and process design applied to problems in sustainable hydrometallurgy and mining water management
Teacher's profile: http://www.vrrc.ulaval.ca/fileadmin/ulaval_ca/Images/recherche/bd/chercheur/fiche/5006987.html