HEC International Business School

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DEFINITION

An internationally-acclaimed business school. The HEC School boasts over 100 full-time professors and state-of-the-art facilities. The school offers both MBA and PhD level programs in business and specialized fields.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

The HEC International Business School has been in operation for over 125 years and is located in Paris, France, in the middle of the business community. It now has satellite institutions around the globe in Eastern Europe and Latin America.




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