HEC MONTRAL MBA

HEC Montréal MBA

We have what you're looking for: the quality and relevance of what you'll learn, the valuable connections you'll make, the prestigious HEC Montréal brand, the boost to your career, the personal growth you'll experience, and the business networks you'll build. Become a HEC Montréal MBA.

HEC Montréal


Since 1907, this business school has taught management.
Only 63 out of 2,500 schools in the world, and only 2 in Canada, have all three of the most prestigious international accreditations in the field: AACSB International, EQUIS, and AMBA. This school is one of them.
A member of the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute and an associate member of the Conférence des grandes écoles de France.
A world-class faculty from many different fields (260 professors).
A place to learn that is up to date.
International employers in a wide range of industries hire people from other countries.
HEC Montreal MBA
Since 1968, the course has been taught full-time in French, part-time in French since 1975, and full-time in English since 2000.
The Economist, Forbes, The Princeton Review, AméricaEconoma, and Expansión all list it regularly in their top lists.
One-year full-time programme or two-year part-time programme, with about 600 course hours.
A way of learning that is fully integrated.
Through Campus Abroad activities, you can get a taste of international business.
Certifications for professionals.
Consulting project that must be done "in company."
There are no more than 40 students in a class.
The course fee includes 10 hours of coaching on how to manage yourself.
An 8,500 strong MBA alumni network.

CAREER MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Your career will get a new boost from the Career Management Services (CMS) team at HEC Montréal. According to the 2012 GMAC® Annual Graduate Management Education Global Survey, HEC Montréal's CMS was one of the most satisfied MBA programmes. Also, HEC Montréal was ranked 30th in the Global Employability Ranking, which was made by two consulting firms, Emerging (France) and Trendence (Germany), and published in the fall of 2012 in the New York Times.
CMS gives you access to a wide range of tools and activities that can help you plan your job search, both locally and internationally, improve your interview skills, and build your network of contacts. MBA students can get personalised help with their careers through a multi-step process:
Self-assessment
Job-hunting classes
Activities for hiring and making connections
Tools for analysing a career, managing a career, and looking for a job (with expert support).

WHY MONTREAL

Montreal is an interesting place because it is in the middle of two continents. The way business is done in the city is very North American, but the way people live in the city is very European.  Montreal is one of the cheapest and safest cities in North America, and it also has a high quality of life.
At a Glance: Montreal There are over million people living in the Greater Montreal Area.
The most multilingual people live in Canada, where 50% are bilingual and 20% speak more than one language.
The main source of funding for university R&D in Canada.
The most high-tech jobs of anywhere in Canada.
There are more than 70 international groups, like the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
City of Design by the UNESCO.
The city has the second most consulates and is the third most popular place in North America for conventions.
A major hub for aerospace, life sciences, and information and communication technology around the world.

HEC MONTREAL MBA class profile

Average age     31
Average work experience     7 years
Average GMAT     625
Average TAGE/MAGE     345
Countries of origin     26

 


Undergraduate background  in HEC MONTREAL MBA class profile

 
Engineering:     39%
Business:     36%
Social sciences:     13%
Health sciences and pure and applied sciences:    12%
   
Above data is based on students admitted in the past 5 years.    
   
Global and local companies that recruit at HEC Montréal include:    
1    Accenture
2    Air Canada
3    Bank of Canada
4    Bell Canada
5    BMO Bank of Montreal
6    Bombardier Aerospace
7    CAE
8    Capgemini
9    Cascades
10    CGI Group
11    CIBC World Markets
12    Cirque du Soleil
13    Crédit Suisse
14    Deloitte
15    Deutsche Bank
16    GE Canada/GE Capital
17    GlaxoSmithKline
18    Google Inc.
19    IATA
20    IBM Canada
21    ING
22    Johnson & Johnson
23    Kraft
24    L’Oréal Canada
25    Mercer
26    National Bank
27    Pratt & Whitney
28    PricewaterhouseCoopers
29    Procter & Gamble
30    Raymond, Chabot, Grant, Thornton
31    Rio Tinto Alcan
32    Rogers Communications
33    SAP
34    Scotiabank/Scotia Capital
35    SECOR KPMG
36    SNC-Lavalin Investment
37    Société Générale
38    TD Canada Trust
39    Telus
40    Toyota Canada
41    Ubisoft
42    World Bank