HEC PARIS IN GERMANY
2nd European nationality
3rd International nationality on campus
4th International nationality for Grande Ecole
130 German-speaking students from all programs on campus
7 Alumni Chapters
1200 Alumni based in Germany and 1 event every month in a major city
HEC Paris has privileged business contacts in Germany through the French-German Chamber of Commerce & Industry (being a member of the AHK Paris), also through 7 executive education custom programs with leading DAX firms and 25 HEC alumni corporate ambassadors in companies such as Advancy, Air Liquide, Allianz, Bombardier, Bosch, Danone, Daimler, Deloitte, Deutsche Post, EY, Henkel, Kellog's, Merck, PWC, Vodafone, SAP, Webedia, Zalando.
11 German-speaking professors
More than 600 international graduates placed in Germany since 2011 in companies such as Allianz, Airbus, Adidas, BMW, Daimler, BCG, EY, Henkel, McKinsey, KPMG, Porsche, Bain, Roland Berger, SAP, Siemens...
40 HEC corporate ambassadors
37 Students in double degree programmes with German universities
Our double degrees are supported by the French German University system. The UFA plays an expert role in Franco-German academic relations. Its objective is to strengthen cooperation between France and Germany in the field of higher education and research.
Freie Universität Berlin is a leading research university in Germany and part of the German Federal Government “Exzellenzinitiative” since 2007. The Otto-Suhr-Institute is the largest institute of Political Science in Germany. It offers a wide range of courses and specializations and always achieves top positions in rankings. The Double Degree Program in Public Policy & Management between HEC Paris and Freie Universität Berlin launched in 2009 is an intercultural and interdisciplinary approach at the heart of the relationship between business and public administration. The degree has both research and professional dimensions.
“We are convinced that this offer meets the demand of growing numbers of extremely talented and globally-mobile students who target prestigious double degree programs as passports for international careers”