• Brooke Rutherford


    Intensive immersion in the creative sphere enables you to learn new and innovative methods and to unleash your creative potential.
  • A. Law / Pentax, taschini.book-pro.com


    Our resolutely open approach to the innovation process fosters cross-disciplinary interaction (arts, sciences, industry, etc.)
  • Francis Gosselin


    A desire to heighten creativity by sharing knowledge and experience in an international and intergenerational setting.


  • Professionals and decision-makers
  • Management consultants
  • Professors and researchers
  • Graduate students



  • This program is a recognized training activity of the Québec Bar
  • Training recognized by the Québec Order of Engineers
  • This program qualifies for Quebec’s Corporate Education Tax Credit
  • Training organization registered in France



* The following information sessions will take place at HEC Montréal, 3000 ch.de la Côte-Ste-Catherine, Montreal


Wednesday Feb.18
Paris Room
6pm to 7pm 


Tuesday March 10

Transcontinental room

6pm to 7pm


Wednedsay March 11

Transcontinental room

6pm to 7pm


Thursday March 19

Transcontinental room

6pm to 7pm


RSVP lucy.stojak@hec.ca


Download the 2015 brochure




Twenty (20) scholarships available for graduate students

Some scholarships also available for International students




Limited places. Register today!


Lucy Stojak

Tel. : +1 514 340-7193 

Mosaic, HEC Montréal and the University of Barcelona invite you to become a privileged player in today’s creative economy

Montreal-Barcelona: June 25th to July 11th, 2015


Why choose the Summer School on Management
of Creativity

In a knowledge-based economy, creativity is playing an ever-increasing role in corporate innovation strategies, with creative projects becoming the driving factor behind competitive capability. Today more than ever, whether for small organisations or large institutions, learning to be creative has become crucial. This is the challenge that the Summer School on Management of Creativity in an Innovation Society invites you to take up.


Barcelona was appointed by the European Commission on March 11, 2014 in Brussels, as "iCapital", the European Capital of Innovation.


A program at the forefront of creativity

This intensive 2-week program offers a unique opportunity to compare creative approaches and practices from diverse fields ranging from industry and arts to science. The creative process and its management are analysed from an interdisciplinary, international, intercultural and intergenerational perspective . 


For two years the Summer School on Management of Creativity has been a place to :

  • Learn from 70 other participants from diverse backgrounds (university, industry, institutions) and from 10 different countries.
  • Experience 15 days of immersion in 2 different cities, Montreal and Barcelona, that are famous for their energy and creativity (visits to innovative businesses and creative organisations, creativity workshops).
  • Meet with renowned creators, professors, and creativity managers from a wide variety of disciplines (new technology, design, architecture, gastronomy, arts and entertainment, gaming...).


The language of instruction is English.


Key benefits and takeaways

  • Increase your organisation’s capacity for creativity and innovation
  • Develop new business models
  • Learn new creative practices from a diversity of fields
  • Unleash your own creative potential
  • Establish an international network of managers of creativity


Come live a unique experience.
Places are limited. Apply now!


Download the 2015 brochure


Summer school 2010
the Catalan point of view