Posted on May 25, 2014

The Financial Times ranks HEC Paris #1 worldwide for 2014 in its annual ranking of the world’s top Business Schools in executive education programs for senior managers and executives.
 
This combined ranking evaluates both open-enrolment programs for individuals as well as custom-designed programs for companies. Mainly based on the satisfaction of participants and corporate clients, it highlights the quality of the program design, teaching methods, new skills and learning, and excellence of the faculty. HEC’s custom programs have been ranked Number 2 in the world for six consecutive years (Number 1 in Europe) and our open-enrolment programs have progressed over the last ten years from Number 27 in 2004 to Number 3 today.
 
Bernard Ramanantsoa, Dean of HEC Paris, comments: “The rankings will have an important impact on the recognition of HEC Paris as a worldwide leader in management education. This success wouldn’t have been possible without the joint effort of HEC Paris staff members, our faculty and of course our executive education participants and partner companies who have placed their trust in our programs.”
 
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Prof. Laoucine Kerbache, Chief Executive Officer and Academic Dean of HEC Paris in Qatar concludes: “The partnership with Qatar Foundation has enabled HEC Paris to bring world-class Executive Education programs and research activity to the Middle East. This year’s rankings are another proof to the quality of Executive Education we proudly offer to executives around the world and of course in Qatar and the region.”

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