HEC Montréal shares its research and teaching expertise through training partnerships around the world. These lasting partnerships strengthen our offer of a varied range of courses which can be adapted to meet local or international challenges.
You can count on the practical approach we take to training, as well as the experience we have gained over many years of close collaboration with the business community. Our international training for managers enables effective professionals to develop their leadership skills, think strategically and across disciplines, and gain a better understanding of the functions of organizations, the issues they face, and the environments in which they operate.
HEC Montréal is a member of UNICON, an international consortium of 110 leading executive and management training institutions.
Over the years, HEC Montréal has forged many institutional partnerships. In so doing, we have become key players in the internationalization of education. Thanks to the local roots of our partners and to the combination of our expertise, we are well placed to offer a wide range of training programs and student mobility activities.
partner institutions in 45 countries and regions
international activities each year
HEC Montréal has been ranked 47th for executive programs in the Financial Times’ list of the world’s top executive education programs in 2022. The programs came in 1st in Quebec and 4th in Canada.
Since 2018, HEC Montréal has been an active member of UNICON, a global consortium of 115 business schools specializing in executive education. Other prominent members include Harvard Business School, HEC Paris, London Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management and Stanford University.
HEC Montréal partners with many organizations around the world: in Asia, North and South America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. These partnerships support degree programs or executive training. The following list is not exhaustive.
ABU – Media Academy
African Development Bank
Algerian Central Bank
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Banca Comerciala Româna (BCR)
Caribbean Development Bank
Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Central China Grid Corp
China Datang Corp.
China Energy Corp. (China Guodian)
China Three Gorges corp. (CTG)
China Yangtze Power
Compagnie de Bauxite de Guinée (CBG)
Doosan Group (South Korea)
El Fouladh (Tunisia)
European Centre for Executive Development (CEDEP)
Fondation Africaine pour l’éducation (Republic of Congo)
General electricity Company of Libya (GECOL)
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Jilin Electric Power Corp. (China)
Marsa-Maroc – ANP (ODEP)
Nesha Group (Iran)
North China Grid Co.
Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF)
Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS)
Sichuan Electric Power corp. (China)
Vietnam Electricity (EVN)
World Bank Group (WBG)
American International School of Brazzaville
American University of Beirut
American University of Middle East
CENTRUM – PUCP
CTBU – Chongqing University
Emlyon Business School
ESAN – Graduate School of Business
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST)
Lycée Français de République Dominicaine
MDI Business School
Norwegian School of Economics - NHH
SKEMA Business School
South Mediterranean University (MSB & MEDTECH)
UIR-Rabat Business School
Universidad del Pacifico
Universidad Industrial de Santander
University of Warwick
USEK Business School
Woxsen School of Business
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