HEC Montréal will be expanding its presence and returning to downtown Montreal in 2022, with a new building that will bring the School closer to the city’s business community, as well as its many alumni, donors and partners. The building will be home to a wide range of specialized programs and services as well as an innovation-based ecosystem connecting professionals, faculty and researchers.
The building will be a hub for interaction, knowledge transfer and business development.
Members of the business community will enjoy easier access to specific services and non-degree programs geared toward their success.
The interaction and collaboration fostered in this environment will enhance organizational vitality and generate new knowledge through academic research.
MBA/EMBA programs, select certificates, graduate diplomas, microprograms
Courses and training programs for leaders, managers and professionals through Executive Education HEC Montréal
Innovation, joint venture and startup incubators and accelerators
Research and knowledge transfer activities
Did you know? The HEC Montréal Foundation and Alumni Relations Office will also be headquartered in this new building, bringing us closer to our alumni and donors.
Your gift to the downtown building project is a tangible investment in the growth of our knowledge-based economy.
Access to high-level management training in French for leaders, executives and professionals in a central location near their workplace.
Creation of the only hub of its kind in North America fostering collaboration, joint innovation and knowledge transfer.
Stronger, more dynamic and more sustainable ties with the HEC Montréal community: opportunities to network with colleagues and former classmates in downtown Montreal.
“Giving back to HEC Montréal is important to us… The graduates are extremely hard-working and well prepared. Anyone who invests in HEC Montréal will definitely reap the rewards.”
“It’s not often that you get to leave your mark on such a prominent building and one that is poised to play a key role in Quebec’s economic history.”