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 Admission and registration
  Admission criteria

Participants’ experience and level of responsibility are the sole criteria considered in the evaluation process. No specific training is required, unless stated otherwise under "Participants" on the seminar page.


 
  How to register
  • Select your seminar and click "Register".
  • Complete the registration form and submit it without delay, as many of our programs fill up quickly.
  • As soon as you’ve submitted your registration form, you’ll receive a confirmation of receipt by e-mail, followed by another one, along with an invoice, by regular mail.

 
  Registration fees
  • Each seminar’s cost is specified on its respective page.
  • All seminars are taxable.
  • Fees include educational materials, continental breakfast, coffee breaks and lunch at Le Cercle restaurant (unless specified otherwise).
  • Parking fees are not included. Expect to pay $15 a day (subject to change).

Anyone attending one of our seminars is entitled to member prices at Coop HEC.


 
 Payment

You may pay by credit card or by cheque payable to "École des hautes études commerciales de Montréal".  Payment by Interac is not available.
 

Credit cards:     

A number of options are available: provide all requested information during the online registration process (secured https site), complete the coupon at the bottom of the online registration form and send it via regular mail, or contact the Executive Education department at 514-340-6001.

Cheque

On receipt of the invoice, make out your cheque to "École des hautes études commerciales de Montréal" and either enclose with it the coupon appearing at the bottom of the invoice or write the reference number on your cheque and send it to the address shown below.

Mailing address for payments

Services comptables et de la trésorerie
HEC Montréal
3000, Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road
Montréal (Québec) H3T 2A7

Term of payment

Registration fees must be paid in full before the program begins. Participants from outside Canada must pay all fees twenty (20) business days before the program begins.


 
 Discounts

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Check to see if you’re entitled to one of our seminar discounts.


 Cancellation and substitution
  Cancellation policy 

To cancel their registration, participants must provide verbal notice, which must be followed up with confirmation in writing; please contact the program director whose contact information appears on the course’s page.

The following fees are levied or withheld in the case of cancellation:

  • As of the last business day before the program begins: 100% of registration fees;
  • From two (2) to five (5) business days before the program begins: 25% of registration fees.

HEC Montréal reserves the right to cancel any training program. In such a case, HEC Montréal’s responsibility will be limited to reimbursing all registration fees already paid.

NOTE: Special conditions regarding the cancellation policy apply to the following programs:

 

  Substitution

Participants may have a colleague attend in their stead. Participant substitutions are accepted without additional fees until the date the activity begins, except for the "Leadership: Personal Profile and Action Plan" seminar.


 
 Schedule and location
  Schedule

Unless specified otherwise, seminars are held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


 
  Location of the training sessions

Seminars are given in HEC Montréal’s Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building, which is located at 3000 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road in Montreal. You will receive a notice advising you where to go, which will be either the 1st floor or 3rd floor.

Some seminars are given in Laval or on the South Shore (the location is specified on the seminar’s page).

Find out how to get there using Google maps.

HEC is easy to get to by public transit:

To plan your itinerary, refer to the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) Web site’s Tous azimuts page. You can also find precise schedules for your bus stop and the metro frequency of your metro line according to the time of day.

Our location – Administrative offices of the Executive Education department
Our offices are located on the 3rd floor of the northeast wing of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building (room 3.133).


 
 Certification and credits

Participants who successfully complete their program will receive a certificate of participation from HEC Montréal.

Seminars do not provide university credits; rather, they give participants continuing education units (CEU). This unit of measurement is a standardized instrument used to recognize continuing education in accordance with SOFEDUC’s learning assessment criteria. One continuing education unit corresponds to 10 hours’ participation in a professional development program. CEUs cannot be turned into university credits.

No certificates are issued for symposiums and special events, or for CFA and PRM exam preparation programs.


 
  Bill 90

Under the terms of Bill 90, your investments in executive education at HEC Montréal are considered eligible expenses.
For further information, contact Emploi-Québec at 1-888-643-4721.


 
 FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ - Answers to our most frequently asked questions.


 

When you register for a seminar, you will receive information on future HEC Montréal – Executive Training activities.
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