HEC in the press

Meet the team: HEC Paris – Europe

Business Because, 4 June 2015

Philippe Oster, incoming director of communications at HEC Paris, describes the unique leadership skills developed in HEC students.

Trip to HEC Paris

Beat the GMAT, 3 June 2015

The 'Admit Advantage' and 'Beat the GMAT' teams travel to Jouy-en-Josas, where they discover the unique setting of HEC Paris.

Applying to business school when you’re 30+?

Fortuna Admissions, 3 June 2015

The average length of work experience for incoming HEC Paris MBA candidates is 5.8 years, according to a new study.

Established and emerging hubs for international education in Africa and the Middle East

World Education News & Reviews, 2 June 2015

HEC Paris is one of only two European higher education institutions, alongside University College London, to have a presence in Qatar.

Cracks in finances put business schools at risk

FT, 31 May 2015

Bernard Ramanantsoa, director of HEC Paris, describes the current 'pincer' movement whereby costs for business schools are rising, while state aid is decreasing.

From HEC to Silicon Valley: MBA energizes mobile apps at Google

Business Because, 26 May 2015

Ashley Bienvenu, an HEC Paris MBA graduate, now handles strategic mobile partnerships for Google. Her time at the school broadened her career horizons, and gave her an innovative, international outlook.

European executive education swamps US in annual rankings

Forbes, 21 May 2015

The 2015 Financial Times  global executive education rankings has seen HEC Paris ranked second overall.

Executive education ranking 2015: Fine lines separate the elite

Financial Times, 17 May 2015

HEC Paris has been ranked second in 2015 Financial Times combined ranking of executive short courses, based on participant and client satisfaction, the diversity of participants and faculty, and international exposure.

Executive education has a key role to play in Qatar’s progress

QF Telegraph, 17 May 2015

Academics from the Gulf region and beyond shared their experiences, practices, and insights, and discussed potential collaborations, when they attended the 2015 European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Conference, held at HEC Paris in Qatar from 12-14 April 2015.

How rankings and recruiters make it difficult to enrol more women in business schools

Poets & Quants, 13 May 2015

Bernard Garrette, associate dean of the HEC Paris MBA, says that rankings and corporate employers are making it harder for schools to recruit and attract more women to MBA programs.