Petit Déjeuner avec Hult Business School

Join us in Paris and discover how an international Masters degree could help you launch your future career.

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5 Avenue de Provence
(entré par 56 Rue de Provence), 1er étage, couloir à droite
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Sat, 7 Mar 20, 11:00 - 13:00 CET


At Hult, you'll learn through experience. That’s why we bring our Experience Hult events to cities around the world–so you can get a feel for what it’s like to be a Hult student without leaving your home country.

Morning Session

Join us on Saturday, March 7th to find out more about the One-Year Global Masters of Hult International Business School. The event will start with a Hult presentation followed by an Alumni Panel. Finally, you will be able to network with us after the presentations for a further opportunity to ask questions.

  • 11am: Registration & Breakfast
  • 11:30am: School Presentation
  • 12:00pm: Alumni panel
  • 12:30pm: Application workshop
hult students at a talk in the auditorium

Afternoon Session Agenda

Afternoon Session

Network with alumni and fellow candidates and take a master class with an internationally renowned professor to really understand our practical approach to learning. These events are the next best thing to a campus visit–we really hope you can join us to get to know Hult better.

We're bringing our Professor Jean Vanhoegaerden to Paris to lead an interactive master class on cross-cultural management.

*The afternoon session is only for Hult active applicants, if you wish to attend, please submit your online application by latest March 6th.

4:00 PM - Registration

4:30 PM - Masterclass with Professor Jean Vanhoegaerden

6:00 PM - Hult programs overview

6:30 PM- Current students and Alumni Panel

7:30 PM - Networking drinks*

hult student at a talk at an open house event

What our students say

Vanessa Macho Cibrian

Hult is one of the most incredible experiences of my life. I now consider myself a better professional, with enough energy and confidence in myself to enter the competitive world of international business. The MIB is not only intense academically, it is also intense in the quantity and quality of friendships that you can make in such a short time.

Vanessa Macho Cibrian

MS International Business London, Class of 2020

About Professor Jean Vanhoegaerden

Jean is a professor of practice at Ashridge/Hult business school and is responsible for design and delivery of international executive programs, and is responsible for the Leadership, Leading Change and Leading Globally syllabus on UG, MBA and EMBA programs ( in London, New York, and Dubai campus)

He teaches International management: eg. sessions around globalization, global leadership and managing cross-cultural differences on individual, team and organizational level.

Leadership: eg. psychological aspects of leadership, strategic leadership

Leading change: eg implementing change and strategy, the process of change

Jean speaks regularly at in-company conferences around these topics. Jean has consulted numerous firms in Europe, and has taught executive courses in North and Latin America, Europe, Singapore, South Africa, Australia and the Middle and the Far East.

He also was visiting professor at Fuqua school of business at Duke University in Raleigh Durham, NC, USA and now also teaches at Gordon Institute of Business Science in Johannesburg, Vlerick Business school Gent and the Hong Kong University of science and technology.

His interests are linking the strategic aspects to the ‘softer areas’ in business.

His responsibilities at Ashridge are mainly in developing and delivering management development programs for international clients. For example, Rockwell Automation, Electrolux, ICL, Credit Agricole Indosuez, Perstorp, VNU, Klockner, Royal Sun Alliance Kappa, Nomura, Coca Cola Entreprises, Rexam, ACNielsen, Volvo, Philips, Tetra Pak, OMV, a.o.

His business and academic experience are situated as human resources manager in a European business unit of Honeywell and management development manager at Honeywell’s European HQ. He was responsible for the development and design of management development programs and trainer on several courses in team building and performance management at a European level.

He also worked for a Swedish consultancy group working on recruitment, assessment, and coaching for clients in various business sectors and in many countries. His early career was spent as a research assistant with the Centre for Organisational and Personnel Psychology in Belgium. He worked on outdoor training, group dynamics and team building, and organizational culture.

Jean has a Masters degree in Organisational and Personnel Psychology and has followed courses at Thunderbird, Harvard University and at Tuck school of business.