HEC Paris, one of the leading providers of executive education in the world, has been recently ranked #1 in the Financial Times (FT) European Business Schools Rankings 2020, thereby retaining its top position from last year’s rankings.
The rankings are calculated according to a business school’s performance in five main categories published by the Financial Times during the year: MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and the two rankings for Executive Education (Custom and Open Enrolment programmes). In each of these categories, HEC Paris placed in the top slots among all business schools ranked.
Commenting on FT’s latest rankings, Dr Pablo Martin de Holan, dean of HEC Paris in Qatar, said, “This is another great result for HEC Paris. Our success springs from our commitment to excellence in research, teaching and thought leadership in the disciplines that matter in today’s increasingly complex global economy. These rankings reflect not only on the academic excellence of our programmes, but also the relevance and impact we deliver. Here in Qatar, the success of our International EMBA and the growth of our custom executive programmes has supported the HEC Paris achievement in the rankings.”
HEC Paris’ International Executive MBA (EMBA) provides executives with a set of fundamental skills to expand their knowledge and leadership capabilities. It is a practical and intense 15 to 18-month programme which develops participant’s understanding of the social, economic and environmental aspects of international business, as well as the skills to implement their vision. The next International EMBA intake is scheduled for February 2021.
The Specialised Master’s in Strategic Business Unit Management is the second degree programme offered by HEC Paris in Qatar. The Specialised Master’s is also delivered in a flexible 15 to 18-month modular format starting with a core curriculum focused on strategy, finance, leadership and change. The programme reflects HEC Paris’ commitment to contribute to the development of a knowledge-based economy in Qatar and to strengthen corporate competitiveness in the region. The next Specialised Master’s intake is scheduled for January 2021.
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