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ZOE MCCLAY   “ I found an internship at Ubisoft. The video game market is currently booming! ”    Zoé McClay, 23, is a Franco-British student currently in the last year of her course at EDHEC. She chose to join the MSc in...
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#MyEDHECcommunity: Some virtual career advice from EDHEC alumni
What do LVMH intern Giulia La Placa, Johnson & Johnson Commercial Manager Souhail Lahrour, Mac Cosmetics Retail Operations Manager Pierre-Yves Cérel and Lenovo Marketing Director Wahid Razali have in common? Well, they are all highly successful...
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Why I chose to join the MSc in Financial Markets at EDHEC
WHAT IS YOUR EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND PRIOR TO EDHEC? I hold a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) from the University of Auckland and a Graduate Diploma in Science (Finance) from the University of Canterbury. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THIS PROGRAMME?  The...
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#MyEDHECcommunity: Getting virtual career advice on Sustainable Finance trends
“I have always been interested in Sustainable Finance but was often told it was a niche market. So the opportunity to listen to an experienced finance expert was something I did not want to miss. Philippe Zaouati told us about his career path from...
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ESAC Team : students help firms to discover new business opportunity in this Covid crisis.
As Covid-19 crisis is challenging companies, there is a way to explore and transform uncertainty into opportunity. Futures leaders, entrepreneurs of tomorrow will certainly be those who apply a new way of thinking, who identify actions that they...
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Why I chose to join a research-oriented elective at EDHEC
WHAT IS YOUR EDUCATION PRIOR TO EDHEC? I hold a Bachelor’s degree in International Business Administration from the Vienna University of Economics & Business and had the opportunity to attend the National University of Singapore as an exchange...
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Testimonies of confined GETT students, between videoconferences and visions of the future
The EDHEC GETT program, Global Economic Transformation & Technology is an international track of the Master in Management (MiM) built around an exchange programme in South Korea and California with two prestigious institutions, Sungkyunkwan...
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Covid-19: an emergency fund to help students in serious difficulty In response to a growing need for applications, EDHEC has launched an Emergency Fund to support students in serious difficulty.  Let us mobilise, together, for solidarity...
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EDHEC associations: confined, but creative for a positive impact!
EDHEC students know how to re-invent themselves fast and make a positive impact on the world, even during confinement. Our associations – 95 in total this year – are showing creativity in these unprecedented times. EDHEC associations are more active...
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A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Law
What kind of student were you?   To be honest, I was not very motivated during my first four years studying law. I found learning by heart tedious. I enjoyed my student life outside of the Lille 2 University of Health and Law far more! I was in...
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Why I chose to study Finance at EDHEC
WHAT IS YOUR EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND PRIOR TO EDHEC? Prior to EDHEC, I studied Business Administration and Economics at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart, Germany. With a major in Economics, Fiscal and Monetary policy were fundamental concepts...
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#MyEDHECcommunity – Taking on the #7dayskillchallenge
“Asis and I have been friends ever since we arrived on campus and lived in the same student residence. As the coronavirus news hit EDHEC and the campus was shut indefinitely, a lot of our friends decided to travel back to India to their families,...
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A programme director at the top of her game
What kind of student were you? Very committed. Some might even say, boring! Always handing in my homework on time, always sitting at the front of the class, always attentive, raising my hand. I was a nerd. What were your favourite subjects? In...
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#MyEDHECcommunity - Sharing advice on study choice
“In this particular time, with students staying home 24/7 and no fairs or open days to attend, we should all elevate each other. It’s natural for me to help students find the right path for them. There are so many choices nowadays! If every grad can...
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#1. Practise regularly. Dedicate enough time every week to practice the questions, they always have a certain pattern to them. The more you solve questions, the more you get used to it, the faster you can answer them. You can also get help from a...
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Design Thinking applied to marketing: the art of taking your shoes off to walk the customer’s journey
Founded in 1953, Damart is famous for developing and patenting Thermolactyl, a unique fibre, proven effective against cold. But conscious of the impact of fashion on the planet –fashion is the 2nd most pollutant industry after oil-, the brand asked...
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#MyEDHECcommunity - Changing times
"Panic and hysteria had set in, friends were fleeing and our parents were terrified, asking us to take the first flight back home. But Paul, Ranan and I decided to wait out the storm right here at the EDHEC campus, the place that has been our home...
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MY EDHEC CAMPUS LIFE – Time flies when you learn so much
My year of studying at EDHEC Business School is almost over. Many great, good things and unexpected, like Covid-19 pandemic happened during this academic year.     Opportunities to learn beyond the classroom As this year comes to an...
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EDHEC students got talent - A Journey of Words
“I find writing novels a challenge, writing stories a joy. If writing novels is like planting a forest, then writing short stories is more like planting a garden.” - Haruki Murakami There's a little spark to every fire, the spark that lit my journey...
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#MyEDHECcommunity - Sticking together
“I knew that Lauren would be alone in Lille. So I offered her to come to my family’s home in the suburb of Paris, we had a spare room. It was obvious. You don’t leave a friend behind. Besides, all the other students of the MSc were going back to...
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