Welcome to the official HEC Master’s Programs student blog!
Here you will find out all of the students' views and tips on international events, student clubs, exams, career prospects, etc., and will share with them the HEC Experience.
The World on our Campus
Master in Management - M1
Wiam Ghezali is a Grande Ecole Program's student (M1) from Morocco who just came back from her exchange in London. A book and travel enthusiast, as well as an active member of 5 different clubs, you can find her lurking online to find new Instagrammable spots or binge-watching new Netflix shows on their release date. Be sure to come and say hi when you hear her mixing three languages on Thursday nights.
Master in Management
Abhi is a first-year MiM student at HEC Paris, class of 2019. Before coming to HEC, Abhi lived in Singapore, India, and the US and is now an aspiring entrepreneur in the animal product replacement space. He’s also an Ironman-in-training and you'll probably see him running, cycling or hanging out by the vegan section of the campus restaurant.
Fanny ATTAL is an MS/LLM DMI student and a trainee lawyer specialized in restructuring and insolvency procedures. She is writing on the blog to share the experience of the "Paris Trek" run by the MS-DMI which consists in meeting law firms and companies to talk about their organization and the daily work of a jurisconsult.
MSc International Finance
Martin is an MSc International Finance student, class of 2018, and an HEC Ambassador. Prior to joining HEC Paris, he studied BSc in International Business at Copenhagen Business School and BSc in Economics at the University of Copenhagen. He is passionate about Finance, football, and competitive road cycling.
Anneke holds a Masters in Marketing and Innovation from Cambridge, England. She also used to work in Cambridge as a Junior Digital Marketing Manager. Then she chose to take both the Fashion Management and the Luxury Management Summer School Programs at HEC in order to apply for jobs in these industries.
Kristina Hellmich is a student at Imperial College (United Kingdom) who followed the Luxury Management Summer School Program in 2017. She is passionate and has experience in luxury jewelry, with an interest for smart technological and sustainable solutions applicable to the jewelry industry.
Anthon Østergård Krysiak and Jarl Greve both undertook their bachelor’s degree at Copenhagen Business School, before enrolling in MSc International Finance and MSc Strategic Management, respectively. Anthon will be interning in Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking in London from Summer 2017, while Jarl will take up a position as Associate Consultant with The Boston Consulting Group in Copenhagen from Fall 2017.
René is a student in the Master in Management and Public Policy double degree with Freie Universität Berlin. He is a member of the HEC Business Game Association and HEC Electro. To combine all those interests, he is looking for a job in a company where he can organize techno parties for political stakeholders.
Ketty-Laure is a MS MAC student. She has studied Law and History of Art at Assas / La Sorbonne before joining HEC in order to acquire new management skills. She is interested in new technologies, art and all issues related to cultural industries.
Adriana is an Italian MS Entrepreneurs' student and the founder & CEO of the startup Vetolib. Before HEC, she studied Management at the University of Cambridge and Philosophy at Paris-Sorbonne. She loves animals, nature, skiing and sailing. On the blog, she talks about entrepreneurship & startups.
Lionel is a MS/LLM DMI student. He has studied Law in Sweden, Taiwan, and Vietnam before joining HEC in order to acquire new management skills. He has been admitted onto the Paris Bar Admission course (Ecole du Barreau de Paris) and will join in September 2017 so as to become a lawyer.
Master in Management M2
MASTER IN MANAGEMENT M2
Ami is an exchange student (2016-2017) from Warwick Business School in United Kingdom. She loves living on HEC campus and wants to share some practical tips with current and prospective students.