Executive Education

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HEC Paris, one of the world's top 3 providers of Executive Education programs

HEC Paris, among the leading Business Schools worldwide for Executive Education

 
 
 
The Financial Times has published the results of its annual ranking of the world’s top Business Schools in executive education programs for senior managers and executives.

One of the world's top 3 providers of Executive Education 

This ranking evaluates open-enrolment programs for individuals as well as custom-designed programs for companies. Mainly based on the satisfaction of participants and businesses, it highlights the quality and suitability of the programs, the coherence of what is being offered and the excellence of the teaching body.

Notably, HEC Paris has been ranked #1 worldwide for the following criteria:

  • Preparation,
  • Program design,
  • Aims Achieved,

#3 worldwide for Executive MBA (Trium Global Executive MBA)

In the annual Financial Times EMBA ranking, the TRIUM Executive MBA Program ranked #3 in the world (100 programs are listed). Each year, the Financial Times survey evaluates Executive MBA programs offered by business schools from all over the world. The study assesses the career progress of alumni three years after program completion, the academic excellence of the faculty, as well as the program’s international scope. 

Launched in September 2001, TRIUM is the first Executive MBA program (EMBA) to provide an authentically global educational curriculum and experience, made possible through a unique alliance among three world-renowned universities: New York University Stern School of Business (NYU Stern), the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and HEC Paris.

This top Executive MBA ranking is mainly based on the satisfaction of participants and businesses, it highlights the quality and suitability of the programs, the coherence of what is being offered and the excellence of the teaching body.

TRIUM is ranked #1 in "Work Experience", which measures the previous experience of EMBA participants by examining seniority of positions held, number of years in each position, size of company, and any international work experience prior to starting the EMBA. The Program is also ranked #2 in "Aims Achieved for the Alumni Community", and #3 in "International Coursework".



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