October 2021

Financial Times Ranks HEC Paris International Executive MBA As World’s #1

HEC Paris has been recognized in the most recent Financial Times ranking as the world’s leading Executive MBA program, highlighting the robust offering from HEC Paris in Qatar and the region.

“At HEC Paris, we relentlessly strive for excellence and impact.  Being the world´s top-ranked EMBA is a recognition of the excellence of our program, achieved thanks to our talented participants, world-class faculty, innovative curriculum and pedagogical methods, and of course, our outstanding alumni community,” said Dr. Pablo Martin de Holan, Dean, HEC Paris in Qatar.

“This is our fourth participation in the International EMBA program rankings, and this result reaffirms our position as one of the world’s leading business and management schools.  We are proud of bringing one of the best MBAs in the world to the State of Qatar and the Gulf region.”

This 2021 EMBA ranking adds to an impressive list of results for HEC Paris which includes #1 European Business School, #1 Masters in Finance, #2 Executive Education, and #7 MBA Program. According to the Financial Times, data for the ranking are collected using two online surveys, the first completed by participating schools and the second by alumni who completed programs in 2018. For a school to be eligible for the rankings, at least 20 percent of its alumni must respond to the FT survey, with a minimum of 20 responses. A total of 4770 alumni surveys were received.

“Our Qatar offering is aligned to that of the home campus so our participants can be assured they are receiving the world’s best education. HEC Paris in Qatar consistently contributes to developing extraordinary leaders to help fulfill Qatar National Vision 2030 of transforming the country into a modern and competitive economy,” said Joshua Kobb, Executive Director for Partnerships and Growth, HEC Paris in Qatar.
The next intake of the HEC Paris EMBA Program offered in Qatar begins in February 2022.

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