HEC Montréal has introduced a specific language policy for the MBA program, designed to give graduates the distinctive asset of fluency in more than one language. Under this language policy, students must have knowledge of a second language to be able to graduate (English, French or another language).
Most newly admitted MBA students do meet the language requirements of the program. Students whose mother tongue is not English, and who have not completed their education in English, take an appropriate English language test (the HECTOPE, TOEFL or IELTS) as required for admission to the program. Thus, these students meet the language requirements by declaring their mother tongue in their admission application and by successfully passing one of the above English language test.
Students in this category must provide evidence of a good knowledge in a second language to obtain their MBA degree. For example, this requirement will be met if :
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Expect to wait approximately five months between the time you complete your studies and the time your diploma is issued. In the meantime, you can request a declaration stating that you have graduated, by completing the Official Document Request form. This information will also appear on your academic transcript.
Students’ diplomas will be mailed to the address listed on HEC en ligne.
Student Services organizes the annual graduation ceremonies. Refer to the Convocation ceremonies.
Obtaining a duplicate of a diploma
Please note that only the person whose name appears on the diploma may request a duplicate. To obtain one, that person must fill out the appropriate form and do the following:
Commissioner of oaths
To locate a commissioner of oaths, contact:
Abroad, you can ask for a signature authentication or an authentication of documents.
For further information, call us at 514-340-6151 or write to us.