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9 June 2014

HEC Paris new program on Inclusive and Social Business

  • When: 09/06/2014 - 20/06/2014
  • Where: HEC Paris

HEC Paris welcomes students from all over the world for its inaugural Summer School Program dedicated to Inclusive and Social Business. The intensive two-week course focus on the societal challenges that many businesses face. With this new program, HEC Paris is seeking the next generation of leaders who are aware of societal challenges and who aspire to be part of the solution.

The Summer Program at HEC Paris aims to give students the chance to build relationships with other top students from all over the world, as well as highly-esteemed faculty and staff. All participants will have an exceptional opportunity to combine classroom learning with real world experience, in order to further their understanding of what Social Business really means. The inaugural class of the HEC Summer Program is highly diverse: 20 nationalities which mirrors the diversity found in all HEC Programs. Students range in age from 19-29, and have various areas of academic focus. In addition to taking classes, students will hear presentations from guest speakers and participate in team building activities which will allow them further opportunities to learn from new perspectives and to work together. Participants will also work on case studies. Outside of the class environment, participants will be invited to join in with the on-campus social events that HEC has planned, with films, sport activities, and wine and cheese tasting all on offer.

For more information, please visit: http://www.hec.edu/Masters-programs/Non-degree-programs/Summer-School-Programs/Summer-school/Summer-programs#block-21031

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