DOHA: HEC Paris will hold an online information session on its degree programmes on 14 January from 4 pm to 5 pm.
The session will provide prospective participants with an opportunity to interact remotely with the HEC Paris admissions team in Qatar to learn more about how to accelerate their career path.
Apart from providing useful career tips, the interactive session is also intended to provide professionals and entrepreneurs from the private and public sectors with an in-depth insight into how they can enhance their leadership skills through the International Executive MBA (EMBA) and the Specialised Masters in Strategic Business Unit Management (SBUM) programmes.
The EMBA is a practical and intensive 15-to 18-month programme designed to provide participants with an understanding of the social, economic and environmental aspects of international business, as well as the ability to deliver on their vision.
The curriculum is structured around three components: 11 core courses covering key business areas, a specialisation (major) and a final strategic business project (capstone project).
Comprehensive core courses include modules on strategy, analysis and implementation, as well as leadership and human resource management.
Participants will choose one of the eight specialisations to be delivered in different locations. These specialisations include Energy; Innovation & Social Business; Entrepreneurship & Innovation; Differentiation & Innovation through Services; Leading Digital Transformation; Luxury; Finance; and Entrepreneurship-Project Accelerator.
The next phase of the Executive MBA will be in April 2021.
Specialised Master’s programme
The HEC Paris in Qatar Specialised Master’s programme is delivered in a flexible 15-to 18-month modular format, starting with a core curriculum focused on strategy, finance, leadership and change.
It is characterised by a professional thesis that enables participants to focus on a specific challenge related to their industry and to provide detailed and well-researched solutions.
The next intake of the Specialised Master’s will be January 2021.