Quebec Confederation for Engineering Student Outreach

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Quebec Confederation for Engineering Student Outreach (QCESO) is a student-run confederation regrouping student societies of faculties and schools offering engineering programs in the province of Quebec. The EUS is represented at each of QCESO's congresses by the VP External and the External Affairs Director.

Mandate and Goals

Primarily, its goal is to protect, defend and promote its members’, and at the same time all of its students’, interests, accomplishments and developments. Also, its mandate is to promote, organise, establish, maintain and facilitate the happening of activities, competitions, conferences, games and congress relative to: sciences, teaching, school, sports, socialization, culture, etc. for all its members. QCESO focuses on promoting the respect of the shared values by the members and the students in terms of: knowledge, be it knowledge-to-act or knowledge-to-be, ethics and competence in engineering, on the professional level as well as on the personal level. Finally, through its activities, QCESO encourages the advancement and the promotion of sciences and engineering towards students and the public.


QCESO hosts 5 meetings per year with the member student societies.

Meeting Month
Training camp July
CR1 (Congrès régulier 1) September
CR2 (Congrès régulier 2) November
CR3 (Congrès régulier 3) Mars
CRA (Congrès régulier annuel) May


Engineering Games

The Engineering Games started in Laval University in 1990. Since the beginning, it has been an inter-university competition that allows engineering students throughout Quebec to meet each other in a friendly environment. Since its creation, the notoriety of the event has grown steadily in the student community of Quebec. The competitions include sports, academic, improvisation, trivia and design competitions.

Quebec Engineering Competition

QEC is the provincial equivalent of MEC. It is a Quebec-wide engineering competition where students individually compete in different categories.