Moving to the right forum.
I think from the standpoint of the PT programs and recruiting in SE Asia, you are much better getting a Full Time degree and I would recommend getting a semester abroad and spending a semester in HKUST, CEIBS, or in Singapore. That will allow you to get plugged in much faster and get a foot in the door and get that schools' name on your resume.
Also, the PT programs offer much fewer career and recruiting options as well as invitation to recruiting events. The thinking is that the FT students need to find a job. You, as a PT student, already have a job and have the second priority and often probably would not be seeking a change in jobs. There have been a few posts on the FT vs. PT and recruiting.
Do you speak the language? Mandarin, Cantonese, etc?
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