Ed'express

Leisure and Practical Life
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Master
Lille

Ed'Express is the "Pékin Express" association of EDHEC. Throughout the year, we organize events around hitchhiking to bring together students who have a taste for travel and adventure. The Ed'Express race is our main event: 10 days, 70 participants and 1500 km of hitchhiking across Europe. Over the years, we have travelled to dream cities such as Prague, Copenhagen, Budapest and Mykonos. Our team is divided into 4 poles (logistics, canvassing, communication/creation and CSR). They take care of everything: book the hotels, plan the meals, find activities and rewards for the winners of each stage. The hitchhikers just have to put their thumbs up and enjoy breathtaking landscapes, unique encounters, and memorable evenings, all in an exceptional atmosphere. In short, Ed'Express is an unforgettable experience.

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26.01.2023 - EDHEC
Read the 6th CNNum dossier about interactions at work between Humans & Machines
Created in 2011, the National Digital Council (CNNum) is responsible for questioning the relationship between humans and digital technology. This independent commission is made up of 4 parliamentarians and 15 members, including, since February 2021, Olga Kokshagina, associate professor at EDHEC. In December 2022, she published - with her 3 co-authors - the 6th dossier of the CNNum entitled "Humains & Machines. Quelles interactions au travail ?".  
26.01.2023 - Master
Meet a student: Enjoying engaging classes
Nicole Blunck has joined the MSc in Global & Sustainable Business in 2022. She shares her experience of the programme and her life in Lille.    
24.01.2023 - EDHEC
EDHECinfra Research “highly commended” in the 2022 FT academic research awards
We are delighted to announce that the EDHECinfra research paper "An Infrastructure Investment Primer: From Valuation to Allocation and Manager Selection" published by N. Amenc, F. Blanc-Brude, A. Gupta & T. Whittaker in The Journal of Portfolio Management Private Markets 2022, has been Highly Commended in the FT Responsible Business Education Awards, in the category “Best business school academic research”.

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