HEC in the Press

50 MBA Stories: Part 46. Evgeni Tsenter

community.mbaworld.com/, 20 November 2017

Evgeni Tsenter completed his MBA at HEC Paris after seven years in the Isreali army. He wanted to do his MBA to expand his international horizons and advance his managerial career.

Al Jazeera Media View

mediaview.aljazeera.com/, 16 November 2017

Professor of  Economics and International Affairs at HEC Paris, Jeremy Ghez, discusses the role of France in the Middle East after the detention of the Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, in Saudi Arabia. 

Introducing the private equity Hall of Fame

privateequityinternational.com, 16 November 2017

HEC Paris has launched its Private Equity Hall of Fame and revealed its first entrant, the 2000 vintage-fourth fund San Franciso-based Hellman and Friedman.

Life as a McKinsey Consultant

mbacrystalball, 13 November 2017

Krishna N Venkitaraman shares what he did as a McKinsey consultant working on technology strategy projects after completing his MBA at HEC Paris.

HEC Paris will in die Top weltweit

mba-journal.de, 12 November 2017

Dean Peter Todd discusses the HEC Paris' aim to become one of the top ten business schools in the world. 

Better Key-Account Relationships

iedp.com, 7 November 2017

Nicolas Lemoine, Executive Director of Custom Programs at HEC Paris, explains four simple tips for key-account salespeople. He believes that "whatever the strength and beauty of a given business model or strategy, all that is just an exercise in style if a company isn’t dealing seriously enough with the business activity that drives and fuels its whole value chain: sales to its customers."

The lure of an overseas MBA

beta.theglobeandmail.com, 7 November 2017

Ryan Howard came to study at HEC Paris when searching for a change in career. He was one of 8 Canadians from his year's intake. During his time HEC Paris, Mr. Howard took advantage of the program's off-campus components, including a semester academic exchange at ESADE in Barcelona, Spain, and another semester spent in a work internship with Amazon.com Inc. in Britain, where he now works.

Meet the HEC Paris MBA Class Of 2019

poetsandquants.com, 6 November 2017

HEC Paris has been described as a “leadership school.” According to a study carried out in January by Times Higher Education , HEC Paris produces more CEOs than any business school apart from Harvard and Stanford. Many students are also opting to become their own bosses and the school produces 100 startups a year. The MBA program has a distinctly international flavour as 93% of participants come from outside France which provides perfect preparation for international careers for a majority of graduates who’ll be working in locations far removed from their cultural norms. The participants of this year's program are listed in the article. 

From Gucci to Calvin Klein, Where Top Fashion Brands Recruit

businessoffashion.com, 3 November 2017

In order to recruit the best talent,  leading luxury houses are developing formal programmes with the best universities. Kering sponsors the “Kering Luxury Certificate” at HEC Paris which includes seminars and visits to Kering brands, as well as an annual competition judged by HEC professors and Kering directors. 

3 Reasons to Earn an MBA Outside the U.S.

usnews.com, 27 October 2017

The possibility of shorter, cheaper MBA programs isn't the only appealing aspect of earning an MBA outside of the U.S. Having international experience will get you noticed by CEOs and powerful and large alumni network, such as HEC Paris' of more than 50,000 individuals based in 130-plus countries, is also a vital tool.