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HEC Montréal, Montreal

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Av. Summerhill, Montréal
2.4 mi from University
( 52m
12m
26m )
WIFI
Fully Furnished
bills included
2 Room Options
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1 Offer
From
CA$205/week
Rue Drummond, Montréal
2.9 mi from University
( 1h 1m
15m
35m )
bills included
50′ 4K TV
Full Size Mattress
3 Room Options
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From
CA$190/week
Chem. de la Côte des Neiges, Montréal
2.4 mi from University
( 50m
11m
25m )
Fully Furnished
laundry facility
bills included
3 Room Options
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From
CA$230/week
Rue Guy, Montréal
2.6 mi from University
( 56m
12m
28m )
Fully Furnished
bills included
On-site Security
7 Room Options
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CA$205/week
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Rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal
2.6 mi from University
( 57m
14m
30m )
gym
bills included
On-site Security
5 Room Options
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CA$225/week
Rue Drummond, Montréal
2.9 mi from University
( 1h 1m
15m
36m )
bills included
On-site Security
Concierge & Doorman
5 Room Options
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From
CA$215/week
Av. Lincoln, Montréal
2.6 mi from University
( 56m
14m
32m )
gym
bills included
laundry facility
3 Room Options
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CA$225/week
Blvd. De Maisonneuve Ouest, Montreal
2.8 mi from University
( 1h 7m
15m
35m )
Bills Included
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Wi-Fi Internet
2 Room Options
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CA$245/week
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Av. Lincoln, Montréal
2.6 mi from University
( 1h 3m
14m
30m )
gym
TV
bills included
1 Room Option
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CA$250/week
Rue Durocher, Montréal
3.1 mi from University
( 1h 5m
14m
28m )
gym
fully furnished
laundry facility
5 Room Options
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CA$215/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should you start looking for Montreal student accommodation?

It's best to start your hunt for Montreal student accommodation as soon as possible to ensure you find a stay that fits all your needs and is budget-friendly. Usually, six months before is the ideal time to book your accommodation. Amber will help you with the whole process. Booking accommodation early has many benefits that you can read about here.

What should I keep in mind while booking the Montreal student accommodation?

Consider the following things while looking at the off-campus Montreal student accommodation with amber.

  1. Number of people you want to live with
  2. Housing-catered or self-catered
  3. En-suite or studio
  4. Single or double bed
  5. Room size
  6. Budget
  7. Off-campus accommodation
  8. Any additional facilities

How can a student rent Montreal student housing?

Select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalogue of more than 5000+ options in Montreal, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team. You can contact us further for any queries and guidance, and we will be happy to assist you.

What is the cost of living for students in Montreal?

Several factors such as room amenities and facilities offered, decide the cost of living, location being one of the essential aspects. The average cost of living in Montreal for students is around CA$1,406 per month, excluding tuition fees.

Which is the best Montreal student accommodation?

The city has everything a student needs; no matter where you live, you will enjoy all that the city has to offer. The Harrington Housing Summer Hill, Harrington Housing Gramercy, and Le Within are one of the most popular and affordable places. Do keep in mind to consider your commute to universities and budget to decide what’s best for you.

How much money will I spend on bills?

Your expenses depend on the accommodation you rent, but most of our student properties have bills included, so you will only have to pay the rent. The bills include WiFi, amenities, and other shared spaces. You can reach out to the amber team to clear your doubts.

How do I pay rent for my HEC Montreal accommodation?

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay rent for HEC Montreal accommodation via net banking or your debit card. We also have our payment portal, where we can help you with the procedure.

Can I get discounts for Montreal student accommodation?

Yes, students who book early often earn good discounts and pay rent at a significantly discounted rate for their accommodation. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I view my Montreal student accommodation before booking?

Yes. If you wish to schedule a viewing before booking a property, contact our booking experts, and amber will arrange a virtual tour for you.

Can I get discounts for student accommodations in Montreal?

You can avail of generous discounts for student hostels and accommodations by booking earlier. Even group bookings can help you earn discounts.

Student Accomodations in HEC Montréal, Montreal

Student Accommodation near HEC Montreal

Montreal, the largest city in Canada’s Quebec province, is home to over 185,000 students from around the world who come here to pursue their education and other career opportunities. HEC Montreal attracts more than 3,676 international students from 145 countries each year. With many national and international students flying into the city for their higher education, the university’s residences might tend to fill in quickly, making it difficult for students to get good accommodation. But worry not! With amber, you can find your perfect off-campus student accommodation near HEC Montreal.

Amber helps you with the complete booking process, from helping you choose an ideal student stay to booking it. Amber features a range of Montreal student accommodation, including flex premium, flex plus, deluxe, and silver rooms and private, studio, and co-living apartments. All the Montreal student accommodation provided by amber are designed keeping students’ needs and comfort in mind. The amenities offered by these HEC Montreal accommodation are top-class and inclusive of the rent. Some of our best Montreal student accommodation include Harrington Housing Guy & Concordia, Harrington Housing Drummond, Harrington Housing Summer Hill, Harrington Housing Sherbrooke, and Le Within.

About HEC Montreal

HEC Montreal is Canada’s leading business school founded in 1907 and is the first recognised school of management in Canada. The institution witnessed  massive growth between 1970 to 1999, when it introduced 25 small and medium-sized businesses, 30 research units, 18 M.Sc. programs, and short graduate programs. The school has been ranked #45 in QS International Trade Ranking. The institution is ranked #1 in Canada for offering the country’s most extensive international exchange program for business students. It also comes in the top 100 business schools worldwide for contributions to research. HEC Montreal had around 87,900 alumni as of 2017. The HEC Montreal Alumni Association has been in charge of representing the university’s graduates in Canada.

HEC Montreal provides executive training, undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs, and an online learning platform. For those with a bachelor's degree and some prior professional experience, the school also provides one-year graduate diplomas called D.E.S.S. in French. The HEC Montréal Short Graduate Programs (available only in French) place a strong emphasis on gaining practical skills and training for a particular profession or field.

Best Student Accommodation near HEC Montreal

Moving out is an exciting but still a scary process altogether. Students look for a student-friendly, safe, and welcoming neighbourhood. If you are looking for the best HEC Montreal student accommodation, we have got you covered with our diverse range of Montreal student housing options! You can choose from a variety of ensuites, flex premium, flex plus, deluxe, and silver rooms and private, studio, and co-living apartments, all catering to specific student needs.

In case you cannot decide which Montreal student accommodation to go with, you can consider several factors to make a decision. These factors include the area, amenities, rent, and surrounding facilities such as eateries, grocery stores, clubs, and other entertainment spots. Students looking for good HEC Montreal accommodation near HEC Montreal must check out the following:

  1. Harrington Housing Guy & Concordia
  2. Harrington Housing Summer Hill
  3. Harrington Housing Sherbrooke
  4. Le Within
  5. Harrington Housing McGill Ghetto
  6. Harrington Housing Gramercy
  7. Harrington Housing Lincoln
  8. Harrington Housing Dorchester
  9. Harrington Housing Drummond
  10. Pearson Housing Drummond Street

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Montreal is affordable compared to other cities in Canada. Your cost of living also depends on several factors, such as the location of the student accommodation, amenities and facilities offered, and personal preferences. With proper planning, you can set an effective monthly budget to help you cut down on unnecessary expenses and manage your costs. The average cost of living in Montreal for students is around CA$1,406 per month, excluding tuition fees. Have a look at the other expenses you will incur while staying in Montreal.

  1. Average tuition fees: CA$20,000 to CA$30,000 per year
  2. Accommodation: CA$650 to CA$1,600 per month
  3. Transportation: CA$126 per month
  4. Food: CA$350 per month
  5. Telephone: CA$40 per month
  6. Books & school supplies: CA$200 per month

Student Travel near HEC Montreal

Montreal has a well-connected public transportation system, especially for students. The public bus transit system (STM) is convenient, quick, safe, inexpensive, and clean. Students can choose from multiple transportation options like bus, train, taxi, and bicycle to get in and around the city. The city has a strong transportation network comprising 220 bus routes and an underground rail system.

  1. Bus: Prefer to travel by bus? There are several bus stops near the property that will ensure an easy commute to the many parts of the city. You can take the Côte-Sainte-Catherine / Hudson bus stop, Édouard-Montpetit / Louis-Colin bus stop, and Station Université-de-Montréal bus stop, which are located near HEC Montreal.
  2. Train: Montreal has 68 metro stations that are easy to find and are prominently identified above the ground by blue and white signs. The fares are calculated based on the length of the ride rather than the distance traversed. Single tickets cost around CA$3.25, and many discounts are available for students. There are many train stations close to student accommodation in Montreal, including the Université-de-Montréal subway station, Côte-des-Neiges subway station, Édouard-Montpetit subway station, and Côte Ste-Catherine subway station.
  3. Taxi: When you need to get to your destination quickly but are not sure where you are going, then taxis are the best option. To prevent communication issues, it’s usually a good idea to write down your address, including the cross street. Taxis are frequently available in the city, and you can also access the Uber mobile app.
  4. Bicycle: Cycling is the most affordable and sustainable means of transportation for students. You will find many good and safe cycling routes near HEC Montreal.

Student Life at HEC Montreal

HEC Montreal offers a happening campus life to students. The school has numerous student organisations. The school has many student associations, such as Graduate Studies Student Association, Undergraduate Student Association, Undergraduate Student Association, MBA Student Association, and Certificate Program Student Association. Students can participate in many interest groups, such as Leadership Experiences and International Internships, Consulting Activities, Sailing Competitions, Arts and Culture, and many more.

Students living in Montreal are going to have an amazing time. The city of Montreal hosts over 120 annual festivals and parades. The Montreal en Lumiere all-night art festival also takes place in February. The week-long Mural Festival, which takes place in the middle of July, sees artists from all over the world decorate bare walls with fantastic works of art that last the entire year. The city is a gourmet haven for foodies. Some of the best meals in the nation are served here. The area surrounding HEC Montreal features many restaurants you must try, including Bistro Campus Jean-Brilliant, Restaurant Talay Thai, Pho Lien, Restaurant Tuk Tuk, and Quesada Burritos & Tacos.

Grab a nice cup of coffee at Cafétéria Richter, Coop HEC Montreal, Caravane Café, Cafe Aunja, and Crew Collective & Cafe. This island city is also home to over a hundred microbreweries, such as Brasserie Dieu du Ciel - Brouepub Montréal, McAuslan - Brasserie & Distillerie, and 4 Origines - Microbrasserie / Pointe-St-Charles.

Art lovers can explore many art galleries near Montreal student accommodation, including Art Mûr, Arsenal Art Contemporain Montréal, Galerie Simon Blais, and La Guilde. Love history? Explore these museums: The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History, and Montreal Science Centre. You can visit Mount Royal Park, Montreal Botanical Garden, Jeanne-Mance Park, and Japanese Garden to take a quiet stroll or spend some quiet time alone with friends. With so much to explore and experience, students will never have a dull moment living in Montreal student housing.

Tourist Attractions near HEC Montreal

Students will find many tourist attractions near Montreal student accommodation. Whether you love clubbing, trying different cuisines, exploring art galleries and museums, or spending time in nature, you will find what suits you best. The student accommodation in Montreal is surrounded by numerous cafes, restaurants, shopping centres, pubs, gardens, bookstores, and other famous spots. Below, we have listed the famous tourist attractions near HEC Montreal student housing. Have a look.

  1. Le Vieux Montréal
  2. Mount Royal Park
  3. Vieux -Port de Montréal
  4. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
  5. Jean-Paul-Riopelle Place
  6. Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal
  7. Montréal en Histoires
  8. The Montreal Tower
  9. Montreal Botanical Garden
  10. The Biosphere, Environment Museum

Courses at HEC Montreal

HEC Montreal offers more than 100 programs across disciplines. The institution has 28 short undergraduate programs, 20 specialised graduate diplomas (DESS), 25 Master’s specialisations, 21 short graduate programs, and 12 Ph.D. specialisations. Here are some popular courses you can pursue at HEC Montreal.

  1. MBA
  2. Data Science and Business Analytics
  3. Finance
  4. Financial Engineering
  5. International Business
  6. Global Supply Chain Management
  7. International Arts Management
  8. Economics
  9. Marketing
  10. Logistics and Operations
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