The Government of Quebec’s Student Aid (AFE) programs are intended for Canadian citizens, permanent residents or refugees who are residents of Quebec. All the relevant information is available on their website.
You are a full-time student or you are deemed to pursue full-time studies:
You have not yet been assigned a permanent code by the Ministry, so you must submit a paper version of your application for financial assistance.
Once you have filled out your form, please feel free to consult us to ensure that everything is complete before sending it. This will prevent errors that could delay your payments.
The HEC Montréal institutional code is 976001. See the following list for the program code to enter in your application.
BBA preparatory year
Short undergraduate program
|Specialized Undergraduate Program (D.E.S.S.)
|Maîtrise en management et développement durable
|Master of Science (MSc) in Management
You must be enrolled in courses worth at least 12 credits per session, including the summer session, to be considered a full-time undergraduate student (preparatory, BBA, certificates and independent study).
For Master’s-level studies, your status depends on the threshold set by the registrar for your program. Generally speaking, full-time students are enrolled in courses worth 9 credits per session (6 credits in the summer session). However, there are many exceptions, such as the MBA, MMIAM and short graduate programs where you must be enrolled in courses worth 12 credits per session (6 credits in the summer) to be considered full-time, so we suggest that you ask the advisor for your program about the number of credits you must be enrolled in to be considered a full-time student.
For programs with a thesis or dissertation (MSc and PhD), there are no minimum credits required. You must be registered as a full-time student with the Registrar's Office.
You may study part-time and still be deemed a full-time student for purposes of Student Financial Assistance if you meet any of these criteria. If so, you must be enrolled in courses worth at least 6 credits per session.
If you are a resident of another province or territory, you may be eligible for financial assistance in your province or territory of residence. Consult your Provincial and territorial student financial assistance offices for details on eligibility, deadlines and procedures for submitting your application for financial assistance.
We encourage you to make an appointment by email.
Monday to Friday
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Decelles Building 5.120