Posted on November 11, 2018

HEC Paris, one of the world’s leading providers of Executive Education, is proud to announce that the Financial Times has just ranked its International Executive MBA (EMBA) #6 worldwide. It is the first time that the International EMBA program is submitted for ranking.

The HEC Paris International EMBA is composed of the English modular and Doha tracks. It is run in English, in a part-time format and offers the possibility of complete mobility between tracks.

The Financial Times Executive MBA ranking is based on two sources. First, each school provides factual data about the program, the faculty and the school in general (this accounts for 45% of the overall ranking). Feedback is then gathered from EMBA alumni who graduated three years earlier (this accounts for 55% of the overall ranking). Moreover, alumni who answered the survey have received, on average, a 68% salary increase three years after graduation and HEC Paris program is #3 in the career progress ranking.

HEC Paris has been ranked one of the world’s leading providers of Executive Education programs for the past eight years by the Financial Times,and The TRIUM Global Executive MBA joint program with NYU Stern and LSE, is ranked #2. TRIUM has consistently been ranked within the world’s top five Executive MBA programs in the FT rankings.

On this occasion, Dr. Nils Plambeck, Dean and CEO, HEC Paris in Qatar, said: “This ranking is a recognition of the strength of our International Executive MBA program. The program is supported by world-class faculty, offering an innovative curriculum and is backed by an outstanding alumni community.We are very grateful to our faculties, Course leaders, Majors Directors, Capstone Project Director, Academic Partners and also our staff for their strong dedication and contribution to the success of our programs.This ranking also reflects our commitment to deliver the best in-class management practices to current and future leaders and equip them with the skills to face the changing global market dynamics. As a member of Qatar Foundation, HEC Paris can bring world-class education to Qatar and thereby support the Qatar National Vision 2030”.

The EMBA part-time program also has a strong global element, with its modules available in different locations. It offers 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 adapt to their specific roles and which will benefit their organizations. The next intake is in February 2019.