How to recruit our talent?
How to recruit our talent?
HEC Paris is a leading global business school. We have the resources to be your partner in developing your brand and meeting your recruitment and innovation challenges.
Each year, our campus welcomes 4,500 students from 105 different nations and diverse academic backgrounds (30% engineers) into our programs: Masters, MBA, PhD, and Executive MBA & Masters. Our world-class professors use a “learning by doing” approach, which allows our students to understand your company’s major issues, whether you are a multinational or a startup.
Meet your future leaders
Students who receive strong support and training are better equipped as managers for your company. We provide guidance as our participants and students define their aspirations, and we connect you with future leaders who best meet your recruitment needs.
HEC Paris: where to find the right talent
Are you looking for experienced managers to develop your business in international markets? For recent graduates to launch a new product? For qualified interns to study a market opportunity? The profiles trained at HEC Paris have the knowledge and skills to meet your needs.
How to recruit at HEC Paris
Come and meet students and participants from around the world who are interested in your sector and profession. Whether you have specific recruitment needs and would prefer to meet only a limited number of select candidates or are looking for a wider scope for mass hiring, we can assist you in choosing the right recruiting option on or off campus, according to your preferences and needs.
Share your job offers and find the talent you need directly on our job posting sites (Job Teaser and MBA Focus). Our team is here to help you sift through CVs and organize interviews as well as corporate presentations on campus.
HEC Paris graduates come very well prepared to our company and perform extremely well.
We count HEC Paris graduates in many Bain offices and at every level of our consulting staff, including many in our senior leadership. We recruit...
Partner at Bain & Company
HEC Paris teaching programs meet the needs of the job market
Our ties are long-standing, and by welcoming your students for internships at our company each year, we have been able to guarantee that your teaching programs meet the needs of the...
University Relations Manager at IBM France
Join a dynamic ecosystem
HEC Paris is a place where talent from around the world comes to learn, be inspired and put their contributions into action. Come and discover new approaches to your business and recruiting challenges.
Build your talent pool with privileged access to HEC students
Our team is here to guide students in their career journeys and companies in their annual recruitment plans. As an intermediary, we are perfectly placed to help you connect with top talent from France and around the world.
Experiment and innovate
Let’s build the world of tomorrow together via a unique partnership. Have you ever considered joining one of our specialized centers? Or creating a pedagogical initiative or research chair on a theme important to your business or leadership vision?
Build your brand on campus
Associating your brand with HEC Paris and being active on ampus will increase your chances for successful recruiting. And our close contact with talent from all over the world puts us in a position to provide you with relevant insight and advice. We...
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Start identifying the fundamentals of the approach and the specificities of the program. Organizations need a specific coaching stance to address collective transformation and paradigm evolution. A collective is a living ecosystem, which has a particular emotional life and dynamic when it comes to change and global transformation.