QPVHEC is a student project launched in 2018 by students on campus, its purpose is to conduct surveys of Grande Ecole students, analyse and publish the results. The polls cover a wide range of topics namely campus life and current affairs. QPVHEC is the acronym for ‘what do you think HEC?’ reflecting the association’s will to know and understand internal trends at HEC Paris and how these can be influenced.
- QPVHEC aims to gather information from students on campus to create infographics, statistics and publications. This way, HEC Paris life can be seen from a more analytical perspective.
- Every two weeks, a quick survey is sent to all students at HEC. The results of this survey are then published on the QPVHEC website.
Why join the society?
- This society values polls, statistics and sociology. For students who want to know HEC Paris better, understand it, and help to detect its internal trends. This way the society can highlight sources of dissatisfaction on the campus and allow everyone to improve, as well as gain a logical overview of internal current matters here on campus.
The current president is Mike Upévé.
There are approximately 10 members but the society welcomes more students to join this exciting project.
The end of March 2018 saw the start of this exciting new association. The first survey conducted was a huge success, providing results on the sociology at HEC Paris. Over the course of this year, there will be many more new surveys conducted and the project hopes to expand its horizons. Students can always contribute their ideas for a survey on the website.