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Congratulations! You’ve received an offer from us. Follow this guide, step by step. It contains information that will help you, right up to your first week of courses.
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By the deadline, you must:
Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that there will be a place for you if you wait until after the deadline to respond to this offer.
If you wish to defer your admission, you will need to inform us. Go to HEC en ligne and decline the offer of admission, indicating “Defer admission” as the reason. Note that your admission will not be deferred automatically, since your application will be studied again and compared with other applications received for the term in question.
You will be enrolled in your mandatory courses by your program administration. We will inform you when the time comes to choose your optional courses based on your individual needs and career objectives.
Save the date! Details will follow by email in the spring.
Your schedule and your courses will be posted on HEC en ligne about before classes start.
The HEC Montréal Coop bookstore and the library have all the textbooks you will need.
You will also have to get a laptop computer configured to the School’s standards. To buy a laptop or a calculator, contact the HEC Montréal Coop.
You are required to attend this intensive week; this is your first course. If you cannot attend, you must withdraw from the program and ask for your admission to be deferred to a later term.
Your invoice will be available on HEC en ligne about two weeks before classes begin. To avoid line-ups and late fees, you can pay your tuition fees online or by telephone through your financial institution.
We suggest that you read the Code of Conduct for HEC Montréal students, as it gives guidelines on the appropriate behaviour to ensure a quality learning environment.
The workload is the MBA program is equivalent to two to three hours of personal work for each hour of class.