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Over $500,000 in Scholarships for 29 Master's Students

March 7, 2017

Last year, 29 Master’s students received more than $500,000 in research funding from granting agencies.

The students were selected by juries of research experts, based on their exceptional academic records, their potential for university research and their interpersonal skills.

Congratulations to all of them!

Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarships (SSHRC)

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) awarded 13 scholarships worth $17,500 to Master’s students in the thesis track at HEC Montréal.

Recipients

Specialization

Isabelle Bouchard

Économie appliquée

Sébastien Box-Couillard

Économie appliquée

Jean-Félix Brouillette

Économie appliquée

Frédéric Courchesne

Économie financière appliquée

Marianne Deschênes

Management

Camille Desrochers

Intelligence d'affaires

Laurent Giguère

Économie appliquée

Xavié Lachapelle-Roy

Ingénierie financière

Sergej Lackmann

Intelligence d'affaires

Anthony Laveault-Frigon

Affaires internationales

Raphaël Liberge-Simard

Économie appliquée

Thalie-Anne Provost

Stratégie

Audrey Taillefer

Stratégie

Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarships (NSERC)

The National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) awarded a $17,500 scholarship to a HEC Montréal Master’s student in the thesis track whose research topic meets NSERC objectives.

Recipient

Specialization

Isabelle Bernard

Intelligence d'affaires

B1 Master’s Research Scholarships (FRQSC)

Every year, the Fonds de recherche québécois société et culture (FRQSC) makes it possible to award $15,000 scholarships to Master’s students in the thesis track at HEC Montréal. The scholarships are renewable for up to six consecutive terms.

Recipient

Specialization

Maëlle Dumont

Marketing

Alain Philippe Fortin

Économie financière appliquée

Jo-Annie Fortin

Développement organisationnel

Sergej Lackmann

Intelligence d'affaires

MITACS Accelerate scholarships

Mitacs Accelerate Quebec is a research internship program designed to encourage research partnerships between universities and private-sector companies.

The MITACS Accelerate program awards $15,000 scholarships every year to students doing internships at a private-sector company in Canada. The scholarships are renewable if students are accepted for a second internship.

Recipient

Specialization

Ali Awada

Technologie de l’information – Project

Virginie Bourque

Technologie de l’information – Project

Philippe Branchini

Ingénierie financière – Project

Marie-Ève Ducharme

Gestion des ressources humaines – Project

Geneviève Dussault

Finance d'entreprises

Philippe Gagnon

Analytique d'affaires

Nicolas Léveillé

Ingénierie financière

Eva Quintas

Maîtrise en management des entreprises culturelles

Charly Robinson-La Rocca

Gestion des opérations

Étienne Thomas

Finance – Project

Louis-Pierre Trottier

Logistique internationale

Raphaël Zerbato

Économie financière appliquée

 


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