Created and run by students, our associations enrich and enliven everyday life on campus with their many activities and events organised throughout the year.
The Committee organises lectures, parties (including the famous Bal HEC) and sporting events, provides advice and sells study materials. It also defends the rights of students before the Faculty Council and at the assembly of the Federation of Student Associations. It has its own football, running, volleyball and sailing teams.
For more information: www.comite.ch
The aim of the Finance Club is to introduce students to the world of finance. Activities include lectures, quizzes and their biggest event, the Jeu Boursier.
For more information: www.financeclubhec.com
Haskins aims to enable students to discover the world of sport through lectures, interviews, workshops, visits to sports establishments and fun events. A wide range of topics are covered, including the economic, social, geopolitical and technological aspects of sport.
HEE organises the prestigious Prix Strategis, an entrepreneurial competition that has been awarding CHF 50,000 to Switzerland's best start-up every year since 1993, as well as Global Entrepreneurship Week, a week of lectures on entrepreneurship in a wide range of sectors.
For more information: www.hec-espace-entreprise.ch
HEConomist is an online newspaper run and written by students in the Faculty. The articles cover student life, campus events and topical issues, as well as providing useful study and career advice.
For more information: www.heconomist.ch
The Heliste Business & Luxury Association aims to bring students closer to the professional world of luxury by promoting its professions. The association organises lectures, visits to leading luxury houses, workshops and other events.
For more information: www.heliste-business-and-luxury.com
Innovation Time is a student media organisation operating on the university campuses of Lausanne (UNIL and EPFL), Geneva (Unige) and Neuchâtel (Unine). Its aim is to promote entrepreneurship and innovation and to strengthen cohesion between the entrepreneurial and student worlds on the various campuses.
For more information: www.innovation-time.com
Investment Society is an investment fund run by a group of students with an interest in wealth management. The club offers the opportunity to apply their financial knowledge and gain practical experience by managing a real equity portfolio.
For more information: www.investment-society.ch
The JE carries out commissions for companies, such as drawing up business plans, market studies, feasibility studies, positioning studies, defining corporate strategy, etc. It organises a Business Game and the Golf Club.
For more information: www.jehec.ch
Oikos Lausanne promotes responsible management and environmental, social and economic sustainability. It is part of the international Oikos network. The association organises book fairs for students, lectures and workshops.
For more information: www.oikos-international.org/lausanne
Rare Voices in Economics is a group of doctoral students in economics who want to help reduce the lack of inclusiveness in the economics professions and challenge existing stereotypes and the status quo.
For more information: www.rarevoicesineconomics.com
The aim of Rethinking Economics is to help people discover the great diversity of economic theories, because in the face of today's complex challenges (climate change, financial instability, growing inequalities, etc.), a greater plurality of viewpoints and methods is needed in economics.
Go to the association's website
START Lausanne promotes entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity at HEC Lausanne and EPFL. Its various events, including the START competition, aim to provide the advice, tips and contacts needed to turn an idea into a start-up.
For more information: www.startlausanne.ch
The main objective of the Wine Society is to introduce students, professors, alumni, companies and business leaders to oenology through various events, including tastings, competitions and visits to famous wineries.
For more information: www.wine-society.ch
VheC is a student-run venture capital fund which offers its members a unique opportunity to hone their investment skills and gain hands-on experience in the start-up world. VheC members manage a portfolio of innovative projects and gain knowledge in venture capital.
The association for doctoral students at HEC Lausanne aims to strengthen links and collaboration between doctoral students and assistants, as well as between the various departments and disciplines at HEC Lausanne.
Through its workshops, AIESEC helps to develop skills such as leadership, time management and teamwork. As an international platform, the association also organises trainee exchange programmes.
For more information: www.aiesec.ch
The Master’s Hub coordinates the activities of seven Master’s associations and organises cross-disciplinary professional and social events. The aim of the Master’s associations is to encourage exchanges between students following the same course of study and with professionals in the various sectors in which they will be working.