HEC Paris, one of the world’s leading providers of executive education, recently hosted an ‘information session’ for its Executive MBA (EMBA) programme designed for leading business executives across the region.
The session further emphasises HEC Paris’ commitment to shaping the business leaders of tomorrow as the only EMBA provider in Qatar.
The interactive event, held at the HEC Paris Doha Campus at the Tornado Tower, provided attendees with an in-depth insight into the world-class EMBA curriculum and programme schedule, with interested participants encouraged to sign up for the next cohort beginning in February 2018.
“The HEC Paris EMBA is an intense programme designed to equip executives with a deep understanding of the social, economic and environmental impact of business and how best to implement their vision for the growth of their organisation and their individual careers,” HEC Paris in Qatar dean and CEO Dr Nils Plambeck said.
“With the support of Qatar Foundation, HEC Paris and its renowned and globally respected faculty has developed vast knowledge, expertise and extensive understanding of the factors at play in this region,” he noted.
“As a result, we can combine in our EMBA programme knowledge that is tailored towards the needs of the regional market in line with our mission to shape the global and local leaders of tomorrow,” Plambeck pointed out.
“Accordingly, with the wealth of experience participants bring to the programme, they can explore, exchange, and learn in an EMBA that is unrivalled," he added.
The HEC Paris EMBA has a special focus on strategy, leadership and the global business environment to ensure that participants gain comprehensive, innovative, and applicable knowledge and skills that they can then adapt to their specific roles.
Participants in the HEC Paris EMBA can select from one of eight majors as a specialisation from: luxury; energy; leading digital transformation; differentiation and innovation through services; entrepreneurship and innovation; innovation and social business; and entrepreneurship – project accelerator.
The major element of the EMBA is taught in two sessions at two different locations to enhance the participants’ knowledge of the industry and region.
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