15 January 2014

January is traditionally the month of change. With Christmas over and the New Year underway, many of us find ourselves vowing that this will be the year we finally fulfill the resolutions that we have been so determinedly making for the last few years. But for many of our MBA students, January change affects not just their personal life, but even goes as far as their career, as they enroll at HEC Paris MBA and begin their professional transformation, whether they are part of the Full-time or Part-time intake.

The welcome weeks at HEC Paris MBA have been designed to make settling into HEC Paris life for our students as easy as possible, and the recent arrivals of the January 2014 intake were no exception.

Still fresh from their arrival, our MBA students completed their check-in with our team members, stepping onto the campus for the first time as students. Their first morning on campus was full of welcome presentations and ice-breaking activities, and by lunchtime the new arrivals were already starting to settle into their new lives as HEC Paris MBA Students.


The welcome week just wouldn’t be complete without a good team lunch. The buffet lunch, held in the magnificent Hall d’Honneur, provided the students with the opportunity to mix and mingle with members of the MBA Staff. With conversations ranging from Business School rankings to knitting, this was an opportunity for students to meet some friendly faces and learn their points of contact if they ever need help with a problem during their time on campus, all whilst satisfying their thirst for knowledge with bread and du bon vin.


Yet more presentations followed over the next two days – from the MBA Council and MBA Clubs, the Academics and the Careers Management Center (CMC), as well as a quick insight into our Rules and Policies – and by Tuesday lunchtime, our students were well-versed in the HEC Paris MBA culture, eager to throw themselves into the MBA experience.

And throw themselves they did. Our well-reputed ‘Act Your Success’ workshops got under way on the Wednesday, a three-day series of workshops designed to focus on and strengthen our students’ writing, presentation and improvisation skills. This was a great opportunity for the students to work on the fundamental skills needed in any comprehensive job search and allowed them to form bonds with their fellow students as they worked together in small groups to present their ideas to the group.

With all these workshops and presentations, it’s amazing that our students had the energy to stand at the end of the day, but they did and more! Thursday saw the return of the infamous “pbar” party, held in the Piano Bar in the Expansiel building. The evening, by all accounts, was a great success, with some students even lamenting that once a week just wasn’t enough!

We love your enthusiasm guys, keep it up and welcome to the program!

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31 December 2013

It’s an old cliché, but it’s hard to believe that 2013 is coming to an end; where does the time go? It seems like only yesterday we were lamenting the passage of 2012, and now here we are, a year older and getting ready to face 2014 head-on. But before we go rushing into the year ahead, full of New Year’s Resolutions and good intentions, it seems a good time to reflect on the year just gone, toasting our successes and reliving the memories.

Whenever we talk to our students about the defining moment of their MBA experience, more often than not their answer invokes either the St Cyr Leadership Seminar or the infamous MBA Tournament, and this year’s lot are no exception. The second weekend of April saw both our Part-time and Full-time intakes head to the elite St Cyr Military Academy for a weekend of field exercises and intensive leadership training from the French crème-de-la-crème. It’s an intense, sometimes grueling experience, but it’s worth it as it gives students a renewed sense of determination and leadership. We’re already looking forward to our next visit to St Cyr in four months’ time!

As for the MBAT, this year was one of the best yet. Dubbed the “MBA Olympics,” HEC Paris emerged as MBAT Champions 2013 following 3 days of intense but good-spirited competition between Business Schools from across the world. Congratulations to the team and the organizers, and good luck to our next batch of potential MBAT champions! See you on May 10th 2014 for the kick-off of what promises to be another landmark event.

At HEC Paris MBA, we pride ourselves on an accessible campus, with strong links to outside industries and nearby businesses in La Défense. At our MBA Open Day in February, prospective students were able to come to the campus for a day of presentations and information sessions on our program, the first Open Day since the new curriculum launch in September 2012. This was a brilliant chance for prospective applicants to get to know both the academic and extra-curricular sides of the HEC Paris MBA experience. If you are interested in attending our next Open Day on February 8th 2014, you can sign up here.

Another annual highlight of our program is the dedicated MBA Careers Day, which was held on the 26th September. This event saw prospective employers such as L’Oréal, Amazon and Google come to campus to meet with students, answer questions and make important connections for the future.

Students also got the chance to take part in Treks, which are educational visits to international companies. Treks are another great way to make sector-specific contacts all over the world, as well as gain first-hand experience of a new company or working culture, and we can’t wait to organize some more in 2014!

Closer to home, 2013 saw a wide range of speakers and companies visit the HEC Campus in order to meet with and present to our students. February saw the return of our on-campus Energy Day for the second time, organized by the Energy Club as over 90 MBA students and worldwide energy companies such as Schlumberger and Alstom came together to discuss the core questions at the very heart of the Energy Industry. Another club-organized event was HEC’s first-ever Start-Up Day, organized by the Entrepreneurship club in November as successful start-up owners came to campus to give talks and tips to our budding entrepreneurs.

Furthermore, our renowned CEO Speaker Series continued throughout 2013, with influential speakers such as Jean-Yves Fillion (BNP Paribas) and Virginie Camels (Endemol) making an appearance, not to mention Marc Onetto (Amazon) and Nicolas Monserrat (Accenture) also hosting conferences, too. Finally, our Sustainable Business Conference this year was held not on campus, but at Les Docks de Paris in February. Discussions were held, disagreements arose and horizons were broadened: this engaging event proved to be a winner for another year.

Of course, not all of the changes this year happened beyond the academic circle: things have been changing within the MBA program, too. Our new MBA course on Big Data and Business Analytics – launched in partnership with IBM – kicked off in October, as we try to respond to the demands of the job market and the shortage of MBA students capable of dealing and making use of Big Data, which is becoming increasingly prevalent in today’s business world.

Our newly redesigned and revamped Entrepreneurship and Innovation Track became available to students in 2013, a launch that coincided with the opening of the brand new eLab in the MBA building; a place for budding entrepreneurs to collaborate, discuss and develop their ideas with the help of cutting edge technology and HEC Paris expertise. And who could forget the launch of our new website and new Communications campaign just last month? 2013 truly was a year of change for everyone at HEC Paris MBA.

Moving onto the social side of things, there were many events organized throughout the year for our students to enjoy, building friendships whilst putting their leadership and teamwork skills into practice. The last month alone has seen the Talent Show and the Indian Cultural Week both come into being; two events that have really set the tone for what looks to be a brilliant 2014.

Last but not least, it simply wouldn’t have been a year at HEC Paris MBA without the graduation of our old friends and the arrival of some new ones. Indeed, in 2013 we bid a fond farewell to the class of 2013 – who we wish good luck in all their future endeavors! -  and a cheery hello to the September 2013 intake, who already look set to be the MBA superstars of tomorrow. We hope you have enjoyed your first few months at HEC Paris and are looking forward to next year as much as we are!

Happy New Year, everyone!

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23 December 2013

Picking up on our Meet the MBA Team series, next in the hot seat is Michael Scott, Development Manager at HEC Paris for Europe and Latin America. Perhaps one of the more glamorous-sounding jobs in the team, Development Managers are your first point of contact with HEC Paris MBA, responsible for meeting our prospective candidates at MBA fairs around the world or through Virtual Information Sessions online. They are here to answer your questions and advise you on the next step whilst promoting our program all over the globe.

Michael first came to HEC Paris MBA in 2010, when he spent a year working in Admissions before becoming a Development Manager. This cross-departmental experience means that Michael knows our Admissions Process inside out, and is able to give our potential candidates the best possible advice.

Before coming to HEC Paris, Michael was already working in the Higher Education Sector, running business English seminars and international exchange programmes. But coming to HEC Paris still marked a complete departure for him. “Representing HEC is extremely exciting. We are the Alma Mater of CEOs in Europe and our network of alumni is extremely strong. I work in a highly networked position, supporting the work of colleagues across all the MBA departments by promoting HEC MBA internationally. I connect with and attract potential applicants from all over the world every single day.”

Indeed, it is the human aspect of Michael’s job that really motivates him day-to-day, as he meets and interviews highly talented individuals around the world, answering their questions and giving them vital pre-application support. Diversity is a key value at the heart of our program, and Michael’s position within the MBA team allows him to meet people from many different backgrounds, something which he certainly doesn’t take for granted; “International mobility is something I really value in my job. The whole world is here on campus. We have many different nationalities in the classroom: 85% international students. We go really far afield to ensure that the MBA is as diverse as possible.”

Michael in Argentina, as he works to attract and inform high-potential MBA candidates across the world

Considering his expertise and his close work with our Admissions Team, it would be rude to talk to Michael and not ask him for some advice for those considering an MBA at HEC. “I get asked this a lot! There are definitely regional trends and differences between the candidates I am meeting in different countries but in general the same advice applies to everyone. At HEC Paris, we value quality over quantity so you should apply when are in a position to submit the strongest, most competitive application possible; don’t rush anything simply to make the first round. Take your time and do the homework. Try to really express why you are going for an MBA and why HEC is your first choice of school.”

So, what’s next for Michael in his Development quest? “Over the coming months I’ll be going back to many countries I’ve visited previously, from which we have many excellent participants. I am also visiting some countries for the first time like Georgia and Bulgaria. That’s really exciting and I know already that we have great candidates waiting to meet us there.”

Thanks, Michael! Keep up the good work!

Michael’s upcoming events for January/February 2014:

  • 25th January – Paris, France
  • 27th January – Brussels, Belgium
  • 29th-31st January – London, UK
  • 3rd February – Madrid, Spain
  • 8th February – HEC Paris MBA Open Day
  • 11th February – Mexico
  • 13th February – Bogota, Colombia
  • 15th February – Kiev, Ukraine
  • 15th February – Lima, Peru
  • 17th February – Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • 18th February – Rio, Brazil
  • 21st February – Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 22nd February – Moscow, Russia
  • 24th February – Santiago, Chile

To see our global Developmental Calendar, please click here

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16 December 2013

They are a talented lot, our MBA students. Not only do they have some of the sharpest business minds out there, approaching and tackling complex business cases without breaking a sweat, but they also count accomplished singers, dancers, artists and musicians amongst themselves. Not bad.

Now, we would be lying if we said that we took these talents into consideration when judging an MBA application – not once has a candidate been asked to don a Sumo Suit and wrestle during an interview, nor have they ever had to perform a complex dance mat routine whilst the Admissions Jury looks on holding clipboards – but that is not to say that their talents and accomplishments go unnoticed. Indeed, the MBA Talent Show, held every year in December as a grand send-off for the graduating class, is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the MBA calendar, and this year was no exception.

L-R: Erwann Germain and les cruisers, Arthur Hennes

It opened with a classically understated dance number – think spandex, bright colors and novelty sunglasses –  and from there the energy only increased. Talents on display ranged from the traditional – Indian Bollywood-inspired dance routines, Spanish guitar solos and a beautiful vocal performance – to the completely off-the-wall-how-did-they-think-of-that routines, such as a dance mat performance that took me longer to watch than it took the student to do it, a staged wrestling match between a sumo and a lightweight, and a live art performance that had the crowd holding their breath for the final result.

L-R: Claudia Lazo Visbal, Promiti Prosun, Victor Garibay, Elena Plaksenkova, Michael Hizmi

And live performances were not all that were on offer; one of the highlights of the evening would have to be the newly-released trailer for the upcoming blockbuster release: “HEC MBA: The Final Term,” coming soon to a theater near you, starring our students and teachers in a joint-collaboration to rival even the greatest of Hollywood partnerships. It was high adrenaline, high octane stuff with bombs, gun battles and explosions left right and center. Without wanting to give too much away, let’s just say that Jouy-en-Josas looks set to rival Cannes as the film capital of France, and with Oscars season looming in the distance it would hardly be surprising if there are a few familiar faces on the red carpet next year.

The Talent Show as a whole served as testament to the strength of the friendships that are built through the MBA experience: each performance was met with whooping applause and the final act, a fitting karaoke rendition of We are the Champions, was a powerful – albeit slightly out-of-tune – tribute to the HEC Paris MBA community.

L-R: Impreet Natt, Quartet (Apeksha Deval, Nikita Khandelwal, Pritam Ghoshal, Srinivas Kishore), Apeksha Deval

The evening was rounded off with the presentation of the Leadership Awards, marking the outstanding contributions of the graduating class. The chosen winners, elected by their classmates, were presented with their awards by Bernard Garrette, the Associate Dean of HEC Paris, as they took to the stage to thank their classmates for a truly amazing and life-changing 16 months.

Of course, an event on this scale doesn’t just happen overnight. The evening – and indeed, this very blog post –  would have been nothing without the tireless work of the September 2013 intake, solely responsible for the organization and execution of such a grand-scale event; you truly provided a fitting send-off for such a brilliant class. Special thanks to Arthur Hennes, the mastermind and our compere for the evening, as well as all of the performers, hosts and backstage crew for their efforts!

Finally, we would like to take this opportunity to say another big thank you and congratulations to our graduating class; we hope that you have enjoyed your MBA experience as much as we have enjoyed sharing it with you. Good luck for your future and please stay in touch as you make the move from MBA students to part of our Alumni network: participation is mandatory.

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10 December 2013

For this week’s blog post, we are delighted to welcome a special contribution to our blog, straight from the heart of the Organizing Committee for the recent Indian Cultural Week. Cultural weeks are a real highlight of our MBA calendar, as they allow both students and staff to get a real feel for another culture and make friends from all around the world, all whilst having fun and eating delicious food! Take it away!

A splash of color, a flash of light, a sprinkle of glitter and a pinch of ‘wow’: HEC Paris’ Indian Cultural Week 2013 had it all.

Organized by the Indian community at HEC Paris MBA, together with Student Services, the two‐day festival was an unparalleled success.

The event kicked off on 27th November with a screening of the Bollywood hit 3 Idiots. 3 Idiots is one of the most Indian films ever, focussing on the strengths and weaknesses of the Indian education system; something that many of us have experienced. It was so heartening to see so many non‐Indians in the audience, enjoying the movie and the selection of tasty Indian snacks – including crowd-favourites such as Samosas and Pakoras - that were served during the interval.

The next day was the grand event, and saw many cultural performances by the students of the September 2013 intake, performing for a star-studded audience made up of the Associate Dean of HEC Paris Bernard Garrette, members of the administration and faculty members, as well as students from all levels of the HEC Paris community.

The evening began with a mesmerizing Kathak performance by Apeksha Deval, followed by a spellbinding rendition of Bollywood and Bengali songs by Promiti Prosun.

Together, these two performances had the entire audience hooked and ready for the celebrations ahead. The Indian Cultural Week Fashion Show is always a highlight, and this year it was made even more special as the majority participants were non‐Indian, and the show itself was a kaleidoscope of color and razzmatazz. The participants greatly enjoyed themselves, getting dressed up and learning how to tie a traditional sari whilst also learning how to work the catwalk.

The evening ended with a sumptuous Indian dinner in the MBA building and an all‐night party playing popular Bollywood dance numbers.

The curtains may have fallen on Indian Cultural Week 2013, but those present will cherish the memories forever!

Photos courtesy of Jijo Varkey John

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28 November 2013

It’s likely that you have come across this blog after clicking on a link on our website. If you’re a frequent visitor, or if you’re particularly eagle-eyed, you may have noticed some changes; the site looks completely different for one thing, and the content has changed for another. Yes, Monday saw the launch of our brand new HEC Paris MBA website, the culmination of months of work and collaboration by the whole MBA community.

Falling in sync with our newly restructured curriculum, the site marks the latest in a series of changes in our offering at HEC Paris MBA. Our thinking behind the redesign was natural: to make our site more accessible, concise and easy to use, for all users. We wanted our visitors to feel part of the community, with the inclusion of Student Testimonies and individual Student Profiles giving you a real glimpse of life on campus and of the culture at HEC Paris MBA, as well as a dedicated ‘Faculty’ page, where you can read about each member of our teaching staff, in order to showcase the expertise that we are able to offer our students. We also wanted to give you as much information as possible, with a detailed breakdown of our Admissions Process, and of our MBA Curriculum with our Course Index, leaving you with a clear idea of the HEC Paris MBA offering and mindset.

And that’s not all that is new. Featuring prominently on our homepage, our new communications campaign features current CEOs and past HEC Paris students as they endorse the MBA experience. Featuring Jean-Paul Agon (CEO of L’Oreal), Francois-Henri Pinault (CEO of Kering) and Mercedes Erra (Executive President of Havas Worldwide) amongst others, this campaign serves to highlight HEC Paris’ ability to mold future business leaders.

So far, the feedback has been positive. Change often serves to divide opinion – there were a few nervous faces in the office on Monday morning – but with comments ranging from the specific, “I liked the Quick Facts Sections” (Pooja Bhardwaj) to the more general, “Great job! I love it” (David Hsu), it seems that the changes have been well-received, with Neisha Fernandes even suggesting the “SchoolPride” hashtag on Twitter!

Of course, the launch of the website does not mean that our job is done. With further changes planned, it is full steam ahead for the next stage of development, as we continue to evolve and adapt to the demands of our prospective and current students.

We hope that you like the new site as much as we do; enjoy!

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12 November 2013

“Do what you love in a job that makes you learn, and you’ll be doing the right job.”

When meeting Marc Onetto, ex-Vice President of Worldwide Operations and Customer Service at the Global giant that is Amazon, it’s hard not to feel just a little bit inspired. I admit I was nervous, facing  a man whose career has been nothing short of illustrious with only a crumpled sheet of handwritten questions to hand.

Prior to joining Amazon in 2006, Marc Onetto was Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations for Solectron, a $12 billion leader in electronics manufacturing and integrated supply-chain service, where he has been credited with leading the company turnaround in 2003. He has also been awarded the « Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite », a French decoration given to mark his contribution to Franco-American business collaboration – it’s safe to say the man knows his business.

But within seconds of speaking to him, you forget all that. With an opening line of “So you’re English? My wife is English; that’s how I learnt that the customer is always right – she is too!” it’s pretty hard to feel intimidated.

Organized by Michel Safars, Associate Professor of Strategy & Business Policy at HEC Paris MBA, the title of Onetto’s talk – prepared as part of the launch of the newly redesigned Entrepreneurship track at HEC MBA (more on that soon!) – was “@ Amazon it is Still Day One,” a name Marc was only too happy to elaborate on:

“The idea of it still being Day One at Amazon signifies our desire to keep the “start-up” mind-set; we want to have the same spirit as a small company, despite being a larger company. When you’re a start-up, the only thing that matters is that you are providing a good product or service to your customers.”


… And that pretty sums up the content of Onetto’s presentation; Amazon still places the emphasis on customer satisfaction above all else – “This is not the chicken and the egg;  the customer always comes first” – and still holds the customer in the same esteem as it did the day Jeff Bezos first sold a book from his original garage headquarters. Onetto put this ‘customer-centricity’ down as a key factor in Amazon’s overwhelming success (“you don’t Google a product anymore, you Amazon it”) alongside Amazon’s dedication to the ‘3 Golden Rules of e-commerce’:

  1. Good price
  2. Good product selection
  3. Good delivery

Pretty simple, right? The third and final of these 3 rules was the one that Onetto was charged with during his 6 year stint at Amazon. As Vice President of Worldwide Operations, he was responsible for ensuring that people’s parcels arrived when they were meant to, in good condition and without hassle to the customer; or, in Onetto’s words, ensuring that Amazon could “walk the talk” by making sure that Amazon continued to deliver on its promises to customers. Obviously his job required a lot of logistics, a lot of metrics, as millions of parcels are sent across the world and delivered by Amazon every day, but Onetto insists that he always had the customer’s interests at heart, rather than opting for the easiest possible option to hand.

There is something in the whole “Day One” mind-set which seems amazingly simple; serve your customers well, and they will continue to give you their business in return. Sticking with the basic principles of start-up business certainly seems to have worked for Jeff Bezos, and no one can argue with the methodology of customer-centricity, but surely there must be something else, another secret to Amazon’s success?

“Don’t bow to the latest fad, take a long term view. Don’t do something just because everyone else is doing it; that’s how you become average.”

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25 October 2013

Word on the street is that HEC Paris and IBM are working together. Indeed, we are excited to announce that HEC Paris and IBM are collaborating on an academic initiative that will provide Business Analytics training to our MBA students, helping them to develop core analytical skills that will prove essential in becoming tomorrow’s business leaders. This initiative will feature a number of new courses for MBA students in the Strategy Specialization, with students being exposed to IBM proprietary technologies, engineers, and data scientists throughout the course. This world-class curriculum on Business Analytics was launched on the 16th, 17th and 18th October, as the MBA course on Business Analytics and Big Data kicked off.

By building stronger analytical skills, our MBA students will be able to tackle complex business and societal problems such as predicting and better understanding customer buying trends, optimizing organizational design, collecting and processing competitive intelligence, building an efficient healthcare system, improving retail sales, or helping brand managers gather critical feedback on the success of a marketing campaign. With plans to expand across the curriculum over the coming years, the future of the HEC-IBM Business Analytics Initiative looks bright, with plans to introduce a series of new courses such as Big Data, Strategy Simulation Modeling and Decision Models, Data Mining, Strategy Analytics, Prediction, Social Media Analytical Tools, and Data Visualization in the pipeline. The course itself will be supported by a series of guest-speakers from IBM who will be visiting the campus throughout the year to interact with students. The provisional list of IBM speakers who will be visiting us here at HEC Paris during the course of the year reads as follows:

  • Alain BENCHIOU (France): President IBM France
  • Didier BARBE (France): Vice-President, Marketing and External Relations IBM France
  • Katharine FRASE (US): Vice-President and CTO, Global Public Sector
  • Douglas DOW (US): Vice President, Business Analytics Transformation
  • Emily PLACHY (US): Past-President IBM Academy of Technology; Distinguished Engineer, Transformation Analytics
  • Arnold GREENLAND (US): Distinguished Engineer at IBM
  • Maureen F NORTON (US): Distinguished MI Professional, Executive Program Manager, Business Analytics Transformation
  • Sigrid LENTSCH (Austria): Global Leader Growth Play and Strategic Learning Initiative, Smarter Analytics Enterprise Learning Leader
  • Josiane GAIN (France): Executive Manager IBM France University Relations
  • Hammou MESSATFA (France): Government CTO IBM Europe, Government Sales Leader

As students of the IBM-HEC Paris collaboration, participants will receive privileged access to IBM technology, course materials, training and curriculum development, as well as the opportunity to collaborate further with IBM researchers and developers on innovative future projects.

Whilst constituting a vital part of our Strategy Specialization, the HEC Paris-IBM initiative has been structured to teach students vital analytical skills that will help them to prosper in any given sector. Indeed, the initiative has been designed to help meet the current need for business managers with analytical training – a need that exists in most industries today. HEC Paris is leading the way in the promotion of Business Analytics in Business Schools, as we work to transform the business world and how our students perceive it.

These welcome sessions were just the first step in what we know will be a fruitful and longstanding partnership.

Our Big Data & Business Analytics class after Friday's closing session

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03 September 2013

MBA Student Sophie Xiao worked for 5 years as a senior consultant for Ernst & Young. At HEC she is taking advantage of the school’s numerous exchange partnerships with top schools in the US, and will be joining the Fletcher School Of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University to complete her international study experience.

Learn more here:  Sophie Xiao on Youtube

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02 September 2013
Summer is over and the new academic year has begun! September is a busy month for us here at HEC, both on and off campus; we have a new batch of students arriving and a wide range of access events organised around the world. Here are the highlights for the coming month and some dates for your diary.
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Orientation Week

- Beginning the 4/5th September and continuing throughout the week of the 9th

  • From helping new students arrive and get to grips with their new surroundings to welcoming back old faces, we have a full programme of events running throughout the week.

Career Day

- 26th September

  • For our 5th annual HEC MBA Career Day, we welcome twenty prospective employers from around the world to the HEC campus. With presentations, Q & A sessions and a chance to make some industry contacts, our Career Day is a unique opportunity and is certainly one of the highlights of the academic year.

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Want to Learn more?

Worldwide events:

  • Members of our Admissions Development Team will be giving talks around the world this month. Highlights include:
  • 5-7th September: Lima
  • 5th September: Beijing
  • 7th September: Shanghai
  • 11th September: Santiago
  • 14th September: Sao Paulo
  • 15th September: New York
  • 27th September: Moscow
  • 30th September: Brussels
    • For a full list of HEC events around the world and further details, see here.

    Paris events:

    • On the 28th September, there will be an Access MBA event in Paris at Le Meridan Etoile, 75017 Paris, 9am-4pm

    Online Chat Sessions

    • If you want to learn more about the HEC MBA programme and you cannot make it to any of the worldwide events detailed above, you can sign up here for one of our virtual chat sessions.
      • 18th September: Virtual Information Session for South-East Asian Pacific candidates
      • 24th September: Virtual Information Session for women candidates

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    And finally, we’d like to extend a warm welcome to all of our new students, the class of 2015!

    In order to be kept up to date with HEC events and news, you can follow us on Twitter here, or “Like” us on Facebook here

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