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HEC has confirmed two new co-operative agreements to complement its internationalization strategy.


First, HEC is strengthening its commitment to the teaching of entrepreneurship by developing ties with Babson College, based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Babson College is a world-renowned leader in entrepreneurial management education.

The two faculties will collaborate in the following areas: MBA Program (through the development of joint electives); Doctoral Program; Research and Executive Education. Company senior executives in the United States, Asia and Europe will be able to choose from a range of joint English-language lectures.
These focus specifically on corporate entrepreneurship development, and will
 
broaden HEC’s current expertise in the Business Unit Management executive education program.


Secondly, the Chinese University of Hong Kong will join HEC in creating a 6th MBA double degree program. The second Asian business school accredited by AACSB international, CUHK is recognized as home to the premier MBA program in Asia. It is also active in mainland China.

The new double degree program aims to recruit highly skilled and motivated candidates wishing to develop professional contacts in Europe and in Asia. After spending one year at each institution, students are awarded two MBA degrees, and subsequently enjoy access to both alumni networks.