A New Executive Director to Continue the Progression of CEMS

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A New Executive Director to Continue the Progression of CEMS


An HEC Master of Management graduate, 38-year-old Francois Collin (left) began his career in marketing, working with several international companies. His career brought him back to HEC as Director of International Executive Programmes where he has gained experience in leading the internationalisation process of HEC. As one of the founders of the TRIUM Global Executive MBA, an alliance between HEC, LSE and NYU Stern, Francois has gained extensive experience co-operating with other business schools, designing and executing joint programmes. As well as heading up the CEMS European Office, based near Paris, Francois and his team will work closely with the CEMS Chairman and the Executive Board to steer the CEMS alliance into its next strategic phase as leader in Europe's business education.

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CEMS is a strategic alliance of business and academia. Today, it counts 17 of Europe's finest academic institutions, four non-European Associate members and over 40 of the world's leading multinationals. Members of CEMS become part of a highly professional, multicultural exchange of management ideas that represent the future of European Business. CEMS sets a pan-European standard of excellence in management education through the development of a pan-European degree programme taught at each of its member universities. CEMS MIM is nurtured by long-standing teaching and research collaboration. Cultural diversity is another key advantage of CEMS. There are over 3,000 CEMS graduates of 35 different nationalities working in a broad range of ectors across Europe and beyond. CEMS' European management expertise is now reaching a global scale thanks to the integration of associate academic members from overseas. …

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