HEC Graduate Business School
Quick FactsAverage 2012 GMAT: 689
2012 Acceptance Rate: 17%
September 2015 Entry Application Deadlines: August 15, 2014; September 15, 2014; October 15, 2014; November 15, 2014; December 15, 2014; January 1, 2015; February 1, 2015; March 1, 2015; April 1, 2015; May 1, 2015; 6/1/2015; 7/1/2015
HEC MBA Admissions
Application TipsHEC Paris 2015 MBA Questions, Deadlines, Tips
Q&A / Interviews
|10/8/2014||HEC Paris: Why to Go and How to Get In|
|6/14/2012||2013 Virtual Panel: Exploring European B-Schools|
|3/19/2012||2012 HEC Paris MBA Q&A with Marie Laurence Lemaire|
|3/16/2011||2011 HEC MBA Paris Q&A with Marie-Laurence Lemaire|
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First HEC Paris Case Study Competition
HEC Paris held its inaugural student-organized international case study competition the weekend of April 10-11, which involved masters students from 33 top universities in a series of business-focused challenges. The HEC Business Game (HBG) was developed by a team of 20 HEC students in partnership with top companies, including Lufthansa, Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment […]Read More
Tips for Applying to European B-Schools
Applying to a European MBA program isn’t quite the same as applying to an American program. The programs themselves often have a different focus than U.S. schools, and adcoms therefore look out for different skills and qualifications. I’d like to direct you to the following resources on our website – blog posts that focus specifically […]Read More