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Congratulations! You’ve received an offer from us. Follow this guide, step by step. It contains information that will help you, right up to your first week of courses.
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If your admission is conditional, you must provide official transcripts for your university studies. As specified in the admission letter, these official transcripts must contain the words “study program completed,” “degree obtained,” or other words to that effect. Scanned or photographed transcripts are not considered official.
These documents must be submitted before the deadline in your admission letter.
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You must enroll in courses in the first term. If you do not, your file will be closed.
If you wish to obtain course equivalencies, submit an application for recognition of prior credits.
Your schedule and your courses will be posted on HEC en ligne before classes start.
The HEC Montréal Coop bookstore and the library have all the textbooks you will need.
For some courses, you will also have to get a laptop computer configured to the School’s standards. To buy a laptop or a calculator, contact the HEC Montréal Coop.
Your invoice will be available on HEC en ligne about two weeks before classes begin. To avoid line-ups and late fees, you can pay your tuition fees online or by telephone through your financial institution.
We suggest that you read the Code of Conduct for HEC Montréal students, as it gives guidelines on the appropriate behaviour to ensure a quality learning environment.
We suggest that you also read the Academic Regulations, which explain the conditions to be met in order to continue in your program:
Most HEC Montréal courses are worth 3 credits. A 3-credit course corresponds to 45 classroom hours, including exams, and 90 hours of individual work. In the fall or winter term, courses generally last 15 weeks; in the summer term, 7 weeks. In both cases this is followed by an exam period.
Full-time students must be enrolled in at least 9 or 12 credits (equivalent to 3 or 4 courses) for the fall and winter terms, and 6 credits for the summer term. For more information, contact Student Services.
To help you properly manage your workload, ask about our study support tools.