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Overseas MBA Applications to Europe Resilient Despite Immigration Concerns
At HEC Paris, the MBA class is 93 percent international and 74 percent of non-French graduates found jobs in France last year, while 50 percent of non-Europeans landed jobs elsewhere in Europe. “Students can stay in France for up to one year post graduation to search for their dream job if they wish,” says Benoit Banchereau, Excutive Director for Marketing for HEC Paris' MBA programs, in an interview for Find MBA.
Political climate influences students’ choice of business school
HEC Paris MBA's Marketing director Benoît Banchereau says student visas and work permits are undeniably drivers in international student decisions, in an interview for the Financial Times. “The perception of being a welcoming country also plays a big role here,” he says. “The last election and the popularity of President Emmanuel Macron abroad are among the different aspects that can make a country attractive and open to the world.”
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World of opportunity — An executive MBA offers a global perspective
As multiple business schools operate across the globe to teach one course, there is a risk that programmes become disjointed and students get lost between schools. Most EMBA students are globetrotting senior executives, so the risk of them falling between the cracks is low, says Oliver Gottschalg, academic dean of Trium Global EMBA and professor at HEC Paris, in an interview for the Financial Times.