HEC Paris Launches an MBA/MSc in International Finance

New dual-degree program to take 20 months to complete

HEC Paris has announced that it will launch a joint MBA/MSc in International Finance program in fall 2015.

"This unique combination will allow dual degree students to fast-track onto senior management positions within finance and consulting,” says Jacques Olivier, the program’s director.

With the new joint program, students will be able to complete both degrees in 20 months, which saves them 6 months if they had completed the Financial Times-ranked programs separately.

Students will be able to choose from several specializations in the MBA program. Specialization options include strategy, entrepreneurship, or general management.

To apply for the programs, applicants need to hold a 2:1 undergraduate degree or above from a tier-1 institution and at least two years of work experience. The program also requires that applicants have a strong strong quantitative background. The application includes a two-stage process, including separate interviews for both the MBA and the MiF programs.

HEC Paris plans to recruit about 20-30 students for the program’s inaugural September 2015 intake.

For more information, please see HEC Paris’ MBA/Master in International Finance program webpage. You can also read more about the school on HEC Paris’ full profile on FIND MBA.

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