The HEC Foundation
The HEC Foundation
A government-recognized public-interest organization founded in 1972, the HEC Foundation contributes to the development of strategic academic projects at HEC Paris through the funding of student scholarships, entrepreneurship, digital transformation, social responsibility and international diversity.
4 strategic priorities supported by the HEC Foundation
Those last years, HEC has been one of the most committed French schools to make its teaching accessible to all talents! The impact is clear: today, HEC Paris offers scholarships to 18% of its students (against 5% 10 years ago).
Thanks to donations, the HEC Foundation promotes the creation of businesses via support and incubation activities and financing companies’ design, recovery or expansion projects as they first start out.
In order for research at HEC Paris to be recognised worldwide, research professors are required to publish high-quality articles in the most renowned of journals.
At HEC Paris, the push for digital technology is designed not only to help with the education of our students and facilitate teaching and research for the Faculty, but also to help strengthen cooperation with our business community and partnerships.
For the 44th edition of the HEC Foundation Awards, we decided to innovate and propose a digital ceremony to honor and reward the very finest work by the students and professors of HEC Paris. This new...
During their first week, the new MBA students who were awarded merit-based scholarships came together to celebrate their success and discuss with Jean-Yves Fillion (MBA.92), Chief Executive Officer of BNP...
As everyone else, we had to adapt during this exceptional period. Even if we could not get together physically, many events could be maintained or even created in video conference! We suggest you discover...
This is a particularly difficult time, and one that is all the more complex for many students. Faced with this unprecedented situation, the Bridgepoint Alumni have decided to fund living expenses grants...
As we begin 2021, we have been deeply saddened to hear of the death of Bernard Méheut (H.60), a Grand Donor of the HEC Foundation and member of the Dean’s Circle, who showed great commitment to HEC Paris...
I wasn’t really destined for an HEC education. […] Where I come from, getting your high school diploma is an end in itself. HEC just isn’t a possibility, not only because of financial barriers but also symbolic ones. Nobody talks to us about it, and no one believes we can do it, it’s another world, not for us, it doesn’t even cross our mind. […] The support for scholarship students meant my dream could now become a reality.