HEC Paris announces double degree partnerships with Georgetown, MGIMO and NUS

11 May 2015

HEC Paris has added three double degrees to its prestigious portfolio after signing partnerships with Georgetown University, MGIMO University, and NUS Business School. 

These new degrees are offered as part of the ‘Grande École’ Master in Management program.

Public Affairs:

HEC Paris has existing double-degree partnerships with universities including Freie Universität Berlin, Bocconi University and Sciences Po. This exclusive portfolio of programs in Management & Public Affairs has been further developed through new partnerships with MGIMO University, Russia’s leading institution in diplomacy, and Georgetown University, a world-class university in close proximity to the political institutions in Washington, DC.

After first-year management studies at HEC Paris, students may opt for a specialization in public policy or public affairs, benefitting from the combined teaching and research expertise of multiple institutions.


Expanding HEC Paris’ footprint in Asia, which already includes a partnership with Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management, is a double degree in management with the National University of Singapore, the leading higher education institution in South-East Asia. HEC Paris Master in Management students may study for a year at NUS, acquiring an in-depth understanding of the region and further opening up career opportunities.

Through these programs, the HEC Paris community continues to benefit from unique learning opportunities. HEC Paris counts 30 joint degrees and 25 double degrees with prestigious academic institutions worldwide which feature among the leading institutions in their respective countries. HEC is also part of the CEMS, PIM and GNAM networks.

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