You are automatically registered for the Thesis (Mémoire) activity every term (fall, winter and summer) from the initial registration to the end of your studies.
Enroll in the three-hour thesis preparation seminar Preparation for Thesis Completion in the first term of your MSc program. This seminar is not for credit.
Register for the research workshop for your structure before completing 21 course credits.
During this workshop, you must:
Are you planning to write your thesis in English? Ask for authorization (in French) from the Academic Affairs Office.
To write your thesis in the form of articles, complete these three forms and submit them to the Academic Affairs office:
It can take up to 12 weeks to process and evaluate your thesis and for you to be awarded your diploma. Please take this into consideration if you need to renew a study permit, submit a post-diploma permit application or confirm your attendance at convocation.
Make sure you are enrolled in the Master’s program in the term in which you are to submit your thesis, and that you have attended the research workshop.
If your file is inactive and you have not exceeded the deadline of five years, complete the Short admission form and submit it along with your thesis. You will have to pay the tuition fees for the term in which you submit your thesis.
If you have exceeded the deadline, please contact your administration program.
Make sure you bring the following duly completed documents to your appointment:
The jury members may request corrections to your thesis.
|No corrections||n/a||Submit the PDF version of your thesis to your program administration.|
Before the deadline set by the jury, submit the final corrected version to your thesis director as a PDF file.
|Le directeur remet votre mémoire.|
Before the deadline set by the jury, submit your corrected thesis according to the initial submission procedure (steps 2 and 3).
You will be re-enrolled in the thesis-writing activity until you submit your final version. Consequently, new tuition fees will apply.
You must submit the final version in order to graduate.
The PDF version is considered the final and original copy of your thesis. In case of differences with the paper copy, the PDF version will be deemed the original reference document.
The thesis will be filed and kept in the HEC Montréal archives.