At HEC Montréal, we strive to provide our community with a respectful and open campus for all. That means creating an environment that fosters EDI.
HEC Montréal has adopted a policy on EDI containing guiding principles intended to orient our commitments and actions as well as guide the everyday behaviour of our community members.
Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes without judging! EDI Days will steer you towards appreciating the experiences of those around you. They promote an environment that is inclusive and respectful of differences on our campus and everywhere else.
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From November 21 to December 2, HEC Montréal will be conducting its annual census of its student community. Students will be asked to complete a short questionnaire that will provide the School with sound data it will use to create conditions that consistently promote greater equity, diversity and inclusion on campus.
HEC Montréal is thus continuing its efforts to facilitate access to the School for as many people as possible, to adapt the services offered and to reduce any obstacles that members of our community may encounter during their studies.
It’s up to us to take the steps that make our community a welcoming and respectful campus. But do you know what behaviours to adopt? We recommend you read an article to find out about the experiences and insights of several members of our community.
HEC Montréal is pleased to announce its first policy on equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI). With this gesture, the School commits to implementing a meaningful and structured approach for the present and future, and to instilling a culture of respect and collaboration in all of its activities.