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Located in a suburb of Montreal, the École national d’aérotechnique (ÉNA) at Cégep Édouard-Montpetit is the largest college-level institution for aviation technology in North America, welcoming up to 1300 students annually.
It has six hangers with 38 aircraft: 27 airplanes and 11 helicopters. Its cutting-edge facilities and equipment, valued at $110 million, include 35 laboratories and specialized workshops. ÉNA is also home to a research centre, the Centre technologique en aérospatiale.
Its three college-level technical programs, which combine theory and practice, each last three years and lead to a Diploma of College Studies (DSC, more commonly referred to by its French acronym, DEC) in:
ÉNA graduates can enter the job market directly or continue on to study engineering at university.