HEC Paris in Qatar will welcome the new intake of its International Executive MBA (EMBA) programme in Qatar in February 2021.
HEC Paris is offering an early bird discount of 15% that will be starting from September 2020.
“We are really pleased to announce this special offer for our International Executive MBA, which provides additional financial support to participants wishing to enrol in this programme in what has been a very challenging year,” said Michael Lefante, director of marketing and events.
“Our EMBA programme is highly acclaimed throughout the world and around 35% of our participants launch start-ups or new business ventures either during or after the programme.
“We provide participants with an opportunity to specialise in an area of their choice, which allows them to become an expert in a specific sector. Our special focus on strategy, leadership and the global business environment ensures that participants benefit from comprehensive, innovative and applicable knowledge and skills,” he added.
The International Executive MBA is a practical and intense 15 to 18-month programme developed to provide participants with an understanding of the social, economic and environmental aspects of international business, as well as the skills to implement their vision.
The curriculum is built around three components: 11 core courses covering key business areas, a specialisation and a final strategic business project. The comprehensive core courses include modules on strategy, analysis and implementation, as well as leadership and human resources management.
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