Frog to Dragon: HEC MBA & Tsinghua MBA Blog


The quest for wisdom, from France to China, of an HEC MBA & Tsinghua MBA dual degree student (class of 2011)

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Posted by at 19 May , 2009

I’m Paméla, French Polynesian living in Paris. I have near 9 years of work experience in e-Business Consulting. I’ve worked in many countries, mainly in Europe, but also North American and Asia Pacific.
For more info about my professional life, here’s my LinkedIn page.
You may also contact me at the following address: pam@pamstbox.net

I enjoy travelling (with or without my work) and anything related to good food. So I try to mix the two like, in my travel to UK (for work), ending up scouting the London Borough market in search for the ultimate English cheese.

I hope you’ll enjoy this blog!

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  1. Jeev says:

    Hey Pam,

    I am a Sep 2010 student. We have started a collaborative blog at http://thehecmba.wordpress.com/ which is by a team of contributors. It has begun today. I would like to invite you to contribute to this. If some of your posts can be reproduces partly (for example, the one where you gave a break-up of the class structure, for Jan intake), it will be informative for all. Your blog is quite a good source of information and look forward to keep interacting with you.

    - Jeev

  2. pam says:

    Hi Jeev,

    Sure, we can discuss this on the campus.
    Arg, sorry, I misread… So you’re not here yet ! I’d be happy to contribute.

    Cheers,
    Pam

  3. Hec_Aspirant says:

    Hi Pamela,
    I am planning to apply to HEC for January 2011 Intake.
    You have provide deep insights about HEC in ur blog.
    Its indeed very helpful.However, i still need a little advice from you on my application.It would really help me if u could share ur e-mail ID.

    merci d’avance
    Hec_Aspirant

  4. Tony says:

    Hi Pam,
    I am an HEC MBA aspirant and wanted to know how important it is know french. I did do some basic french few years back and so i do know a little bit of french.
    How important is it from a networking and placement perpective.

    Thanks

    • pam says:

      Hi Tony,

      French is quite important if you want to do some networking. From a placement perspective, unless you’re looking to work in France, it’s not that important.

      Cheers,
      Pam

  5. Rick says:

    Hi Pam,

    I bumped into your blog in my research for post-MBA salaries for HEC MBA graduates. I have to say it’s a very amazing and detailed documentary for HEC MBA program. Now I’m more looking forward to my HEC MBA studay from this August.

    Also, I’m not sure if you are still in Beijing, if so, it’ll be great if we can catch up here (but please, not in Wudaokou area)! lol! you should be able to see my email, looking forward to hearing from you!

    Sincerely,

    Rick SHI

  6. Manoj says:

    Hi Pamela,

    I am so grateful to you. Your blog had given me inspiration.

    Thanks a ton.

    **plz ignore my previous post :( , that’s jus an accident :( **

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