Contact us to specify your needs and we will send you a training proposal with technical and financial details. A service contract will then be signed between the parties.
If you are not sure about your needs, we can start by assessing your company’s training needs and then propose a program that meets them. We may write a case study on your company that will serve as the unifying theme throughout the designed program. A timetable will be established based on your firm’s constraints and the time necessary to assimilate the training content.
Our non-degree programs and overseas study programs are open to individuals if our institutional partners adopt an open-enrolment approach. If this is the case, we will put you in contact with the institution concerned for information on registering for these programs.
If your organization is interested in partnering with ours, it is important to contact us to find out, first, whether the interest is mutual, and then to discuss the scope and details of a potential collaboration.
For teaching purposes, groups should have a minimum of 15 participants and a maximum of 35 participants.
Our programs can be held abroad at your company’s premises or at a training centre, or at HEC Montréal’s campus in Canada. Regardless the location of the programs, they can be complemented in Montreal with lectures given by experts and keynote speakers and industrial/corporate site visits.
Our regular faculty members teach our programs. We also call upon experts in the business community based on the themes addressed in our programs.
The non-degree programs for executives are not credited. However, the overseas graduate study programs offer courses for credit.
Participants who take part in executive programs other than study programs receive a certificate from HEC Montréal. A graduate diploma or degree from the Université de Montréal/HEC Montréal will be granted to participants who successfully complete their program of study.
In non-degree programs, although not standard, learning evaluations (case studies, interrogation, exams, etc.) can be put in place upon request to test the learning acquired by participants.
Overseas graduate study programs require that participants take exams and other assessment methods to test their knowledge. These are stipulated in the program regulations.