HEC in the Press

We have reason to be optimistic about the future

independent.co.uk, 17 October 2012

This article is about how the number of MBA applicants have fallen as the global recession continues to worsen/ plateau. We would normally see a rise in MBA applicants when the economy is doing badly, but it has gone on for so long that it may be having the opposite effect. Bernard Garrette is quoted in the article speaking about the recruitment possibilities of HEC graduates.

Germany: The MBA powerhouse of Europe

independent.co.uk, 17 October 2012

This article talks about Germany’s entrance into the financial times MBA rankings. MBA in Germany is relatively new even though Germany is Europe’s strongest economy. It mentions HEC as one of Europe’s top universities that gets into the elite financial times rankings each year.

Polish success and China's dominance in the global ranking of Executive MBA

ekonomia24.pl, 16 October 2012

This article talks about the Executive MBA rankings in the financial times which showcased HEC in 3rd place.

National University of Singapore Ranks 5th in the World

gudangkuliah.com, 16 October 2012

This article talks about the latest EMBA rankings published in the financial times and mentions HEC‘s third place with TRIUM. HEC, NYU Stern and LSE are described as the best business schools in the world.

Rankings analysis: Joint winners

ft.com, 15 October 2012

Following the recent publication of the FT EMBA ranking, HEC is ranked with TRIUM in third place worldwide.

Balancing act

FT.com, 15 October 2012

This article talks about how many people who take EMBAs have to balance their lives, especially if they have children. It is analyzed that men with children normally have others circling around them and their studies, whilst women with children who take an EMBA course continue as they were doing before. HEC is mentioned by a spokesperson whose children were very young when she started the TRIUM program.

Ranking de melhores MBAs executivos tem 2 no Brasil

terra.com.br, 15 October 2012

This article is a brief analysis of the financial times EMBA rankings this year, mentioning HEC’s TRIUM program.

HEC Paris in Qatar launches Distinguished Lecture Series with the first focus on China

qatarisbooming.com, 11 October 2012

This article is about how HEC Paris in Qatar is launching a series of lectures on topics related to the effects of business on a global level. The first lecture, presented by Professor Jacques Gravereau, took place on October 4th. He also chairs the HEC Eurasia Institute and is an expert on Pacific-Asia and Europe-Asia relations. The lecture examined China’s emergence as the ‘factory of the world’, a market of 1.4 billion people, a major overseas investor but also a market which is swallowing up a huge 40% of the world’s raw materials – including oil and gas – for industrial and domestic use.  The event was well attended and gave attendees the chance to network with Human Resources and Learning and Development Professionals.

Un "bourgeois rural" au long parcours politique dirige la France

aps.sn, 11 October 2012

This article talks about François Hollande and his term as President and mentions HEC when talking about where he graduated from.

No longer the place to be

economist.com, 10 October 2012

This article is about how the number of students applying to take an MBA course in Europe has significantly declined this year. It could be due to reasons such as bleak economic outlook.