Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the HEC Montreal rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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HEC Montreal is a school that promises a unique and modern experience to any student who goes there. If you choose to do your bachelor’s there, you’ll be offered a variety of options to help your future career. Indeed, one of the best things is the multilingual approach where you can choose to follow classes in French, English or Spanish and acquire a French, bilingual or trilingual diploma.
Furthermore, during the first year of your bachelor’s, you will follow the general business classes. It really helps to do so because, after the first year, the classes can really go in-depth because everyone has the same foundations. It also has a unique twist where you’ll have classes with the same group for the first year, and you’ll be competition ing for the best group of the year against all the other first-year groups. It’s basically the competition of the House cup! (Ref: Harry Potter). This is a great way to learn better because you feel closer to your colleagues and teachers (Who will surely learn everyone’s name!) and you’ll make life-long friends.
Finally, I would say that on top of having great practical classes where the teachers are dedicated and highly qualified, the best aspect of HEC will definitely be the opportunities. Indeed, HEC offers a variety of clubs, groups, activities, events and academic competitions that are for sure, going to appeal to anyone’s interest.
The next step for me is doing my master’s degree, and I’m looking forward to choosing one at HEC because they have some of the most incredible business master’s programs in North America!View more
Definitely a well-built school, with overall modern building and equipment. As for classes, it takes a really long time for you to get to the stuff you really like. It’s been more than 2 years and I’m only just getting past all the boring core courses. They force you to take classes you have no interest in. However, once you’re past that it starts to get fun. The prof for the most part are good and quite approachable, they want you to succeed. I suggest doing the AGIR program as this results in a much more personalized approach to your learning.View more
I loved how easy it is to make new friends there, especially the first year. There are so many activities that we are always meeting new people. I had a great time, even if it meant drinking a lot of beer 🙂View more
My experience was great. The best thing about HEC Montreal is that you are able to do an exchange program and study in a different country for a semester. I would highly suggest taking that opportunity!View more