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Online Business Master’s Degrees: Embracing the Digital Revolution

HEC Paris runs an online-only Master’s in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The Grande Ecole school has over 40 years’ experience training entrepreneurs, with startup education now more popular than ever, but the online element is a departure from tradition. 

Marc Vanhuele, HEC Paris associate dean, says he wanted to “reach a broader and even more international audience than the one we can serve on campus”. A diversity of perspectives in the classroom enriches the learning experience since masters programs in business rely on peer-learning", in an interview with MiM Guide.