HEC Paris, one of the leading business schools worldwide, has retained its number one spot in the Financial Times (FT) combined Executive Education ranking for the second year in a row, a statement said.
The FT Worldwide Executive Education Rankings combine the Open and Custom categories, where HEC Paris has taken the number one spot out of 50 providers by securing top places in both categories. This remarkable accomplishment follows the school’s record-breaking position in 2022.
“We are honoured and happy to be recognised once again as the top Executive Education establishment in the world in the Financial Times Rankings. This is a testimony of HEC Paris commitment to delivering high-impact customised programmes, pioneering pedagogy, and transformative learning experiences. It is also a recognition of the excellence of our faculty, of our participants, and the whole team, in Paris and Doha,” commented, Dr Pablo Martin de Holan, dean, HEC Paris in Qatar.
From its state-of-the-art Doha campus in Msheireb Downtown, HEC Paris in Qatar offers a comprehensive range of world-class executive education programmes designed for business professionals at various stages of their careers.
Through its customised corporate programmes, HEC Paris in Qatar, which operates in partnership with Qatar Foundation, is playing a key role in advancing Qatar’s and the region’s business environment by enabling socially aware leaders to better address the societal and environmental challenges of the future.
The custom programmes enable companies to unlock their full potential by investing in the development of their executives, fostering a culture of innovation and growth.
“We are proud to be able to bring our expertise to Qatar and the GCC and assist the region’s development goals, and learn from them as well. We train men and women committed to making a positive impact, who can meet future societal and environmental challenges and build a better, more sustainable, and more inclusive world,” added dean Martin de Holan.
The continued recognition validates HEC Paris’ focus on excellence and impact, and its belief in lifelong learning for a better, more sustainable world.
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