|Type of Program||Exchange|
|Language of Instruction||French & English|
|Costs||Baylor tuition + housing to the host university|
|Housing||On and off-campus|
|Health Insurance Required||Yes|
|Program Director||Dr. Steve Gardner: Steve_Gardner@baylor.edu|
Location:Montreal is a wonderful place to live and to study. A gateway to North America, its typical New World vitality blends perfectly with its unique approach to life. It's a bilingual city where you'll hear French and English spoken everywhere, along with some 35 other languages and many well-established cultural communities, from Italian to Chinese, Greek and Spanish-speaking.
Founded in 1907, HEC Montreal has over 12,000 students, 2,800 of whom are not permanent residents of Canada. With an active network of over 57,000 alumni, the university prepares students for the work force with challenging courses and a helpful staff. The university's mission is "to remain in the international forefront in all management disciplines, by combining tradition and innovation, so that our students, professors and business initiatives benefit from a stimulating intellectual environment at the cutting edge of management teaching and research."
Courses or Areas of Study:Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technologies, International Business, Logistics, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship
For course listings and scheduling, please see HERE.
Housing:Most visiting students live on-campus in university housing. Housing is based on a first-come, first-serve basis. For complete details, please see HERE.
Application Procedure:Students are responsible for applying directly to HEC Montreal as well as filling out the Baylor Study Abroad Application Packet. HEC Montreal encourages students to brush up on their French before arriving in Montreal. The university offers French language refresher courses before each semester begins.
For more information about applying to this university and French language refresher courses, go to HERE.
Costs:Students will pay Baylor tuition plus room and board to HEC Montreal. Housing will cost between $350-650 CANADIAN dollars per month. Expect to spend around $2000 CANADIAN dollars on personal expenses for your term abroad. A bus-metro card costs about $34 CANADIAN dollars per month.
Each student is responsible for their own transportation, including airfare. The university will arrange your pick-up from the airport. For more information on airport pick-up and orientation, please see HERE.
Legal Documents:A passport is required.
Exchange/Affiliate University Contact:Madame Geneviève Benoît