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FROM HEC Paris Admissions Blog: Traveling to Dubai for a Consulting Club Trek
To prove that spending Spring Break on a Consulting Club Trek can be almost as impressive as being on a sandy beach in the French Riviera, we asked two trek participants, Izaan Allugundu and Omar Ramadan, to keep a journal of their week in Dubai. Here’s what they and their 17 classmates experienced during their April visit:

Daily Trek Highlights
Day 1: Our group’s arrival in Dubai corresponded with the 5th annual gala organized by the local HEC Alumni chapter. We spent the evening on the top floor of the iconic, sail-shaped Burj Al Arab (the world’s only 7-star hotel), meeting with the more than 135 alumni and spouses who attended the lavish event.

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Izaan (right) at the gala

Day 1, Key Takeaways: What an eye-opening experience to meet personally with HEC’s Arabian Gulf alumni! Gala attendees included everyone from recent graduates to people who had earned their diploma 30 years ago. There were consultants from Boston Consulting Group, A.T. Kearney and Bain, regional sports celebrities, alumni who had founded designer furniture firms, entrepreneurs, and even associates working at the $1Tn national sovereign wealth funds.

Day 2: We met with Delta Partners, a telecom, media and digital-focused consulting firm, where we received a very warm welcome from Eudald Pous, an Associate Partner. While Delta Partners is a young, sector-focused firm, its small size means that it’s possible to work on technology projects anywhere around the globe from its Dubai office.

Afterward, we headed to Alix Partners’ office, where Managing Director Eugenio Berenga provided a company overview, then invited us for a 2-hour-long aperitivo where we met many of their consultants in a relaxed setting.

Day 2, Key Takeaways:  Throughout the day, we witnessed firsthand the exciting opportunities of working in smaller consulting firms. Despite their smaller size, these companies work on critical projects across the most important industries in the region.

Days 3 and 4: Strategy consultants are not only found at specialized consulting firms; several large industry firms have internal strategy teams. We visited a few of these firms – Emirates, Henkel and Schneider Electric. Each has hired at least one HEC Paris MBA alumni in the past.

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Consulting trek participants at Emirates headquarters

Days 3 and 4, Key Takeaways: At Emirates, the Senior Vice President and the Vice President of the Internal Strategy discussed how their team helped make Emirates a powerful player in the airline industry. One of our trek participants, Gautam Sharma, received a summer internship offer from them.

Day 5: We started the day at Simon-Kucher & Partners, the world’s leading consultancy for pricing policy. Later we moved to EY’s offices, then Monitor Deloitte.

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You can see Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, from the meeting room at Monitor Deloitte

Day 5, Key Takeaways: We learned that Simon-Kucher recently arrived in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region and has aggressive plans for expansion. Bonus: Thanks to the trip, our classmate Chaitanya Rachabattuni will join them for a summer internship!

EY and Monitor Deloitte are stepping up their management-consulting services, especially in the GCC. Both firms invited all of us to apply in September.

Day 6: This was the BIG day where we met the leading consulting-sector firms in the GCC. Managing Chairman & Partner Advisor Jean-Marie Pean, (MBA ’83), greeted us at Bain & Company. He founded the Middle East offices of Bain and we listened in awe as he described his and the company’s journey in the region. He explained how the company has designed government bodies, restructured most of the region’s biggest oil companies and helped manage Trillion Dollar sovereign wealth funds.

After Bain, we moved to the Strategy&offices. The firm, formerly Booz & Company, was the first company to set up shop in the GCC in 1993 – 10 years before any other firm.

In the early afternoon, we moved to McKinsey. Instead of greeting us at their offices, they met us in a coffee shop. The small-group setting offered an amazing opportunity to form a genuine connection with their consultants.

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Visiting A.T. Kearney

Our last, but not least, stop was at A.T. Kearney where we met four HEC Paris alumni, including Partner Gael Rouilloux, Manager Naman Sharma, Associate Consultant Augustin Cabrera and Management Consultant Mohamad Yamout, as well as some of their colleagues.

Day 6, Key Takeaways:  We learned insider information about each firm’s sectors, work environment and organic growth strategy in the GCC region. They also gave personalized feedback and advice for our future applications.

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Of course, we also made sure our group had plenty of time to bond and had loads of fun in the evenings. Overall, it was a great experience!

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FROM HEC Paris Admissions Blog: Learning Ethics from a Benedictine Monk
At exactly at 12:30 p.m., we began the 6-hour journey from campus to Chomelix, a medieval village of less than 500 inhabitants. My seven MBA colleagues and I were heading to a monastery there, to spend four days grappling with questions of right and wrong during the Ethics and Performance elective offered three times a year by the HEC Paris MBA.

The facilitator of this four-day seminar, Father Hugues, greeted us in the traditional way he greets all of the students he hosts: by ceremoniously washing our hands.  From the second we arrived until the second we left, this former lawyer and current Benedictine Monk showed us amazing hospitality and made us feel very welcome. I shared with him that his name means South in Russian, and that this was especially poetic due to our long, 500 km journey to south-central France to meet him.

The Notre Dame of Sereys Monastery is remote, situated in the middle of the woods with just a few neighboring houses. During the seminar, every day began with breakfast, followed by 1 hour of personal reflection time. At 10 a.m., the group discussions started. After dinner, we dedicated our free time to walking around the monastery’s property and having long discussions that lasted into the night.

How often do you get the chance to have a private conversation with a person who manages over 250,000 employees?

During one session, we debated the real and very tough ethical decisions faced by Vincent Schürr, the CEO of Invelis. It was amazing to discover some of the dilemmas that he had faced during the 40 years of his fascinating career – none of which I can disclose here due to the confidentiality that we all agreed to at the beginning of the elective.

On the third day we talked about the ethical challenges that each of us had already personally encountered in our professional lives. As a group, we looked at past and future dilemmas. Everyone was fully engaged in the conversation thanks to the uniqueness of the topic. We discussed how the business world can confront you with ethical dilemmas caused either by malicious decisions or by innocent human errors; how sometimes you need to choose between a bad solution and a worse one; and how sometimes being a leader means making painful decisions.

The last day was the most interesting. We met with Philippe Wahl, CEO of La Poste, and spent the entire morning and lunchtime with him. How often do you get the chance to have a private conversation with a person who manages over 250,000 employees? We flooded him with questions, and he didn’t stop surprising us with his answers. We asked him about his moral and ethical challenges, the issues he faces leading such a large organization, the strategy of a postal company in an instant-electronic-messaging society, his work-life balance, and much more.

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And of course, we were in France, which meant four days of fantastic food, cheese and wine. What else could you ask for? Every meal was a celebration of French and regional cooking. My favorite was a Gazpacho starter, followed by duck with mashed potatoes and onions and a salad. A cheese plate was offered at the end, and just as we were about to leave the table we were surprised by a desert of strawberries with whipped cream.

Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, and our amazing long weekend in the monastery was over. Father Hugues hosted a goodbye drink for us and walked us to our cars. The only thing that softened the sadness of leaving was the knowledge that we had beautiful scenery to gaze out upon on our way back to Paris.

 

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Hi can anyone help me, I had received the details of J18 FB group in my mail from HEC. I tried to join the said group but the admin has not approved my request.

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FROM HEC Paris Admissions Blog: Top 10 Films about Paris
If you’re preparing a visit to the City of Light or planning to do your MBA here, film is a great way to immerse yourself in Parisian culture. Jennifer Wallace, Direct Marketing Manager for the HEC Paris MBA, has a PhD in French cinema, so we asked her to share her top 10 films about Paris:

  • Paris qui dort (The Crazy Ray) is a science fiction film from 1924 directed by René Clair. It’s about a mad doctor who manages to freeze everybody in Paris except for a small group of misfits, who proceed to eat in fancy restaurants and steal clothes and jewelry from expensive stores. The most beautiful scenes—which were really shot on location!—take place at the top of the Eiffel Tower as the characters jump around the metal girders.
  • La Maternelle (Children of Montmartre) is a melodrama from 1933 shot by the directing duo Marie Epstein and Jean-Benoît Levy. It tells the story of Rose, a young woman who falls from grace when she is abandoned by her fiancé and has to find work in a school in the slum of Montmartre. It’s praised for its unflinching view of life in poor neighborhoods (despite being fictional) and for Madeleine Renaud’s stunning performance as Rose.
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  • Les Enfants du paradis (Children of Paradise) is frequently named as one of the greatest French films and rightly so. It was directed by Marcel Carné in 1945 during the time of German occupation, and features music-hall star Arletty as a beautiful courtesan who is pursued by four men. The film is set in the theatre world of the 1830s and is famous for its lush costumes and lyrical script by poet Jacques Prévert.
  • An American in Paris was technically shot on a studio backlot in Hollywood, but this Vincente Minnelli musical from 1951 is such a joyful portrait of Paris that it has to be included. Gene Kelly is a GI/painter who stays in the city after the war where he falls for shop girl Leslie Caron. Its 15-minute dream-ballet sequence was recently recreated by Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in La La Land.
  • Cléo de 5 à 7 (Cléo from 5 to 7) is my defining film of the French New Wave. Directed by Agnès Varda (who is widely credited as having kicked off the cinematic movement several years earlier with her debut film La Pointe Courte), this films tracks 90 minutes in the life of a blonde pop singer as she waits for the results of a medical test on June 21, 1961. It’s revolutionary in its depiction of a positive relationship between a woman and the city, and it’s the only feature film of the French New Wave written and directed by a woman.
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  • Diabolo menthe (Peppermint Soda) is a semi-autobiographical teen film from 1977 by Director Diane Kurys. Set in the early 1960s in a Parisian high school, it’s witty, wistful and empathetic towards its young, female protagonists. The costumes, decor and soundtrack have given the film a well-deserved cult status.
  • Les Nuits de la pleine lune (Full Moon in Paris) by Eric Rohmer is a film that deals with the difference (and distance!) between Paris and its suburbs. Louise, played by Pascale Ogier in some delightful 1980s outfits, finds herself drifting apart from her boyfriend when she decides to live alone in a small flat in the city. Like all of Rohmer’s films, it focuses on shifting human relationships and perfectly captures the essence of post-modernist Paris in 1984.
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  • J’ai pas sommeil (I Can’t Sleep) made in 1994 by Claire Denis, is a story about the lives of three immigrants in Paris, but it is frequently overlooked in favor of Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine, which was released one year later. However, the film is equally bold in its depiction of outsiders who are denied the opportunities and pleasures that living in a city brings. Its critical treatment of French views on race, gender and sexuality are issues that run throughout all of Denis’ films.
  • 2 Days in Paris, a not-so-romantic comedy from 2007 by director Julie Delpy, is a hilarious look at failing American-French relations when Marion (Delpy) brings her boyfriend Jack (Adam Goldberg) to Paris to visit her family. An increasingly bewildered Jack has to deal with her over-sharing father, flirty younger sister and a parade of ex boyfriends as he negotiates Paris in the summer–where everything “smells like lamb.”
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  • Bande des filles (Girlhood), from 2014, is an intimate look at the lives of young black women on a suburban estate directed by Céline Sciamma. Upon its release there was some heated debate about whether it was too clichéd in its depiction of suburban life, but there’s no doubt that it’s a rare perspective to see Paris through the eyes of a young woman of color. Karidja Touré was the standout star of the film. The sequence where she dances with her friends to Rihanna’s “Diamonds” is unforgettable.
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I'm in!

Just got a call with the good news!

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Congrats Harsha. I am yet to get any kind of information. So I guess it's a reject for me.

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The committee just met this morning. So keep your fingers crossed.

Did your interviewers give you any feedback?
Both said they would recommend me so I was kinda expecting this.

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Hey! Congratulations.

I am in too! Got an admit mail 2 hrs back.

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Ok guys....I'm in as well. Got the phone call only a few minutes ago. Nail-biting experience in fact....I will share the details later. But what matters the most is I got in. Gotta prepare for the scholarship applications.

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Hi everyone,
Congrats to everybody who's got in.
I am in too, got my admission confirmation by email last night!! Haven't received any call though, also don't know how to proceed with the 8000 Euro deposit. Can someone shed some light ? Thanks!

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Ok guys....I'm in as well. Got the phone call only a few minutes ago. Nail-biting experience in fact....I will share the details later. But what matters the most is I got in. Gotta prepare for the scholarship applications.


Hi, my sincere congratulations!!!

Will you apply only for HEC scholarship or there are any additional alternative scholarships?

Thnx in advance. :-)


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Ok guys....I'm in as well. Got the phone call only a few minutes ago. Nail-biting experience in fact....I will share the details later. But what matters the most is I got in. Gotta prepare for the scholarship applications.


Hi, my sincere congratulations!!!

Will you apply only for HEC scholarship or there are any additional alternative scholarships?

Thnx in advance. :-)


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Hey thanks Miucca1985. I am planning to apply for other scholarships as well. As an Indian, I am looking at scholarships meant for candidates from developing countries (there are quite a few in fact). Apparently most scholarships have an age limit of 30 years by the time of application. Guess what? I crossed that barrier only a month ago. I should have rather applied for the earlier rounds :(

If nothing works I have to start applying for loans.

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Congrats to everybody who's got in.
I am in too, got my admission confirmation by email last night!! Haven't received any call though, also don't know how to proceed with the 8000 Euro deposit. Can someone shed some light ? Thanks!


Congrats! You would be getting an admissions packet with all the information in it. I believe that even the admissions email would have the bank information and payment deadline. Three ways to pay-
Wire transfer -- simply the safest. I used this one.
Sharing credit card information -- providing the necessary grants to the school to charge your credit card on a particular date.
Transferring through Euro account-- generally available only with EU citizens. Or, if you have already hedged the Eruos.
Let me know if this helps.


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