HEC Paris, ranked number two worldwide in Executive Education by the Financial Times in 2015, has formally welcomed the newest batch of participants to the HEC Executive MBA (EMBA).
The EMBA Class of 2017 consists of 45 participants representing 15 nationalities with an average age of 38. The participants come from various business sectors such as education, consulting, telecommunications, government services, oil & gas, healthcare, aviation, financial services, and construction. Their primary aim is to further advance their professional development as well as promote the sustainable growth of their respective organizations.
The new participants were welcomed by Professor Laoucine Kerbache, Dean and CEO of HEC Paris in Qatar, followed by an overview of the program by Barbara Miller, Head of International EMBA and Mobility. Three distinguished HEC Paris EMBA Alumni: Nasser Al-Ansari, Chairman of Qatari Diar Vinci Construction (QDVC), Abdulla Al-Mehshadi, CEO of Msheireb Properties and Aysha Al Mudahka, CEO of Qatar Business Incubation Center (QBIC) also shared words of encouragement with the new participants.
“We are truly honored to welcome the sixth cohort of participants of our HEC Executive MBA in Doha,” said Professor Laoucine Kerbache.
The 16-month practical and intense program has been developed to provide executives with an understanding of the social, economic, and environmental aspects of international business.
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