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Americans In Europe: What It’s Like To Get An MBA Abroad

For certain industries, Europe is the place to be. Madeleine Chabot went to HEC Paris because she was working in luxury goods, whose global capital is Paris. Having studied there, she is considering staying. “Initially, my plans were really to go straight back to the U.S. and to have a victory back to New York and this is really to solidify my stronghold in luxury. Over the past few months, the plan has gotten actually a little bit more flexible and I’m really open to staying in Europe, at least for the short term.”, she says, in an interview for Poets & Quants.