Our history begins in 1907, when Belgian academic Auguste-Joseph de Bray is appointed to head the new School. He has been followed by nine other directors. Courses begin in the School's first building, at the corner of Viger and Saint-Hubert streets.
HEC Montréal is a French-language institution solidly rooted in its community and open to the world. It is an international-calibre university business school that contributes to our society’s prosperity by providing leadership in all its spheres of activity, i.e. teaching at all levels, research and serving the community.HEC Montréal’s excellence in management teaching and research is recognized worldwide.
The mission of the Research and Knowledge Transfer Office is to promote research at HEC Montréal and to support the School’s professor-researchers in all their research activities.
In the TOP 50 of the employability ranking published by the New York Times , HEC Montréal is sure to do great things for your career.
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Throughout your studies and your entire professional life HEC Montreal MBA graduates have access to:
Visit the HEC Online bulletin board for housing offers (in French) at HEC en Ligne. The site is an excellent starting point for your search. You may perform a search based on the number of rooms, the price and the closest metro stop, etc.
The Myriam et J.-Robert Ouimet library spans more than 5000 square metres of space, has a seating capacity of 710 seats and receives more than 430 000 visits per year. The library mission is to provide the HEC Montréal community with relevant and up-to-date documentation services.
HEC Montréal students can benefit from some services offered to the general public by the Service aux étudiants de l'Université de Montréal and must pay the general public fee for these services.
All HEC Montréal classes are held in the Côte-Sainte-Catherine and Decelles buildings, which also house most of the school’s administrative offices.
UdeM’s Student Services offer a wide variety of cultural activities. Dozens of possibilities, ranging from theater workshops to photography competitions and the rich line-up from Ciné-campus.
There are four student associations: Graduate Studies Student Association; Undergraduate Student Association; MBA Student Association and Certificate Program Student Association. These groups organize activities by program. An amount is charged in tuition as membership fee to the student organization of the student's program.