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The skills and knowledge you gain at HEC Paris are immediately transferable to the real world.
Live the HEC Paris experience
You complete the program via an innovative experiential learning process.
In addition to the teaching of cutting-edge theory, the program actively draws on the case-study method as the most effective way to critically analyze real-life business situations and bring to light challenging management issues.
Team work is at the core of the teaching methodology, allowing experience sharing between peers and learning how to collectively prioritize, decide and deliver the various assignments requested from each team. Each team acts as an executive committee and is therefore composed of participants having different profiles and backgrounds.
The program has been carefully designed to encourage work in small groups in order to facilitate the sharing of experience among participants and enhance your collaborative and team management skills.
At two distinct times during the program, you will carry out rigorous written team and individual analyses based on real-life companies, allowing you to put to immediate practical use the material you have learned in the classroom: the Company Project and the Final Individual Project on topics of your choice.
These allow you to put to immediate practical use the material you have learned in the classroom. Each project is also presented orally to a jury with a question and answer session in order to simulate a boardroom
Business leaders from a wide spectrum of industries and functions are invited to share their experiences through lectures, dialogue and debate with participants as part of the curriculum.
Distance learning facilities, online re¬sources and HEC Mediatheque, accessed from the library of the HEC Paris (Campus – Jouy en Josas) or the Media Center (Porte de Champerret – Paris), offer you the op¬portunity to complete and deepen various aspects of the program.
A pilot project is being conducted in one of the tracks of the Executive MBA. It experiments with new digital usage by our participants (e.g. access to academic content, collaborative work, networking etc.).