In-program scholarships: Amounts ranging from $15,000 to $25,000 (depending on the specialization) offered every year, mostly in the form of scholarships, by the PhD program administration and professors-researchers during the first 4 years of studies.
Exemption of tuition fees: An exemption equivalent to approximately $12,000 for Canadian students (permanent residents and citizens) and $48,000 for international students during the first 4 years of studies. All students enrolled in the program Ph. D. automatically receive this scholarship.
Financial assistance to attend scientific conferences: Assistance offered by the Research and Knowledge Transfer Office or professors-researchers, to enable students to attend scientific conferences.
Remuneration for teaching assistants: Additional income offered as of the third year.
Remuneration for lecturers: Additional income of about $7,500 per course, offered as of the third year. Maximum of two teaching loads during the first 4 years of studies.
HEC Montréal encourages students to apply for scholarships from Quebec and other Canadian granting agencies (annual competitions). The PhD program administration organizes information sessions every fall to help students prepare their grant applications.