Le Samedi 22 avril 2017 a eu lieu Uni’Run, la première course solidaire sur le campus d’HEC. Cet événement soutenait les projets de trois associations engagées dans la lutte contre le cancer des enfants : Imagine for Margo,
#StudentClub #HECCèdres #YouthGoneWild
People in HEC are from a wide range of geographical and cultural backgrounds. This is something you know well before arriving on campus. Still, it takes some time to realize what that actually means. In only a few weeks,
The Backstage association brings Sitting on the Dock of the Bay.
It is the beginning of May, the weather is changing and students are aware that we are entering the last weeks here on campus. Tonight, however,
For the third time, the Business Game association invited students from all over the world to our campus to participate in the HEC Business Game. On April 7th and 8th 150 participants of 38 nationalities from 57 universities
#ChineseBusinessDay #ChineseBusinessSociety #WorldOfOpportunities
Nine students from HEC Paris took over the torch from the former founders, to carry forward the student club “Chinese Business Society” created in 2015 at HEC Paris. The Chinese Business Day is the signature event of
There are 7 days in an HEC student’s week and those are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, POW, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Every Thursday brings a smile on people’s face because it’s POW day. Even the longest elective during that day
When you move out of home, you cherish your culture more than you ever did before! That happens to everyone and is very evident when people move to a more international and more diverse setting.
I come from India, where we
#grandcru #frenchwine #frenchlifestyle
For the longest time, I have wanted to learn about wine. It was never enough to just taste it; I wanted to discover the different regions and classifications. When I heard about the Wine Marketing and Culture
The Chinese Culture Week was a 2-day event spontaneously held by Chinese students at HEC Paris during the Spring Festival in 2017. It aimed at celebrating the Spring Festival and carrying forward Chinese culture to students from all over the
Moving to a new country is incredibly exciting, and for me, coming to HEC was the first time I was moving alone. After receiving my acceptance letter, the next question on my mind was “Where am I going