The grade obtained for the supervised project does not influence the GPA calculation.
You must have completed at least 12 course credits in order to register for the supervised project.
There are five ways to do this supervised project:
|Within an organization||At the university|
The definition of each type of supervised project, the nature and the requirements are specified in the summary guidelines.
You must have the subject of your supervised project approved before completing 36 course credits. Once you have obtained all the required approvals, your program administration will register you.
The organization where you are carrying out your supervised project may require that you sign a confidentiality agreement. If so, you can use this model agreement specially designed for students in the Master’s program.
The program administration will register you once and only once, and that for the term when your project begins. You will then have until the end of the following term to complete the project and submit your report.
You would like to write your supervised project report in English? Justify your demand directly in your Approval of a supervised project form. This approval is automatic for specializations in English.
The submission process, the evaluation of your report and the graduation process can take up to 10 weeks. Please take this into consideration if you need to renew a study permit, submit a post-diploma permit application or confirm your attendance at convocation.
|Term of submission||Winter 2020||Summer 2020||Fall 2020|
|Deadlines||Extension until June 15, 2020||Extension until September 11, 2020||December 11, 2020|
To submit the final version of your supervised project report, you must sign in to the Submission Of A Master’s Level Work portal by clicking on "Authentication HEC" and using your HEC Montréal ID number and password.
First, make sure you have the following documents if your research topic required a collection of data from human subjects (by interview, questionnaire or other media), or consultation of documents or databases concerning human subjects that are not in the public domain:
Under article 3.4.1 of the academic rules and regulations, the jury may: