Last updated: September 20, 2021
When a member of the HEC Montréal community undergoes COVID-19 screening, they must:
If a member of our community receives a positive COVID-19 diagnosis:
The Ministry of Higher Education and Public Health have authorized a return to class. This means the School can welcome all students on campus, at the start of the new school year.
For newly admitted international students who need to obtain a Study Permit and who are not able to reach Montreal on time, some accommodations will be offered. However, international students in this situation will still have to take steps to be in Montreal as soon as they receive the letter approving their Study Permit.
The School will continue to monitor the health situation closely, and will, as needed, adapt measures to meet government guidelines.
Consult the academic calendar for all the important dates.
Student Services are still available.
By email, based on your needs:
Support for students with disabilities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychological support: email@example.com
Academic support: firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial aid: email@example.com
International students: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student life: email@example.com
For all other questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also consult the Support and resources pages, which will direct you to a number of online resources.
Consult the Info Zone page.
For all information, read your program guide.
If you are abroad
Insured by RAMQ: You must contact the RAMQ and the social security department in your country to check your coverage for the duration of your stay abroad and your return to Canada.
Insured by Sun Life: 60-day travel insurance is included. Beyond 60 days, make sure you have the insurance coverage of your choosing.
If you are in Canada
Insured by Sun Life: Please print your card.
Insured by RAMQ: RAMQ offices are not open to students.
If you have received your new CAQ: You must mail in the Application for a Health Insurance Card to renew your RAMQ registration. Enclose the required support documents with the form.
If your insurance coverage (RAMQ) is expiring and you have not yet received your new CAQ: the RAMQ can extend it until December 31, 2020 without this document. You will, however, be required to provide an attestation of enrollment from your school. To receive the extension request, please contact the RAMQ.
For extensions beyond December 31, 2020: you will need a new CAQ.
For safety reasons, the School must make sure that all international students are covered, regardless of the date they arrive in Canada.
The premium amount is automatically added to tuition fees, as usual. Adjustments can be made upon your arrival (credit or refund), if applicable.
For details, read the notice regarding the annual health insurance premium.
We strongly recommend that you inform your landlord (the person with whom you signed a lease) of your decision to leave Montréal.
Take the time learn about your obligations (e.g., rent owed). Indeed, you remain bound by the lease agreement that you signed.