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Booth HK EMBA - Class days/work commitment needed?

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New post 28 Mar 2016, 23:11
Hi All,

Apologies if this has been covered - struggling a little to find an answer.
Can anyone confirm what the class format is like i.e. how many days a week/month, and what days specifically the classes are held in HK.

For some schools, classes are held every other week Fri/Sat.
Anyone have experience of travelling in each week for classes (from Singapore or Malaysia etc). How did you manage the logistics? Did you have to fly in each Friday and fly out Saturday? Did this leave you with enough time to interact socially with fellows

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sidsd wrote:
Hi All,

Apologies if this has been covered - struggling a little to find an answer.
Can anyone confirm what the class format is like i.e. how many days a week/month, and what days specifically the classes are held in HK.

For some schools, classes are held every other week Fri/Sat.
Anyone have experience of travelling in each week for classes (from Singapore or Malaysia etc). How did you manage the logistics? Did you have to fly in each Friday and fly out Saturday? Did this leave you with enough time to interact socially with fellows

Thanks.


Hi. Current student here in the HK program. Booth's regular class format is Monday-Saturday once per month. It's pretty intensive compared to other programs. I know Kellogg HKUST is Friday-Sunday, twice per month. Monday will always be a full day of exams, Mid-term or a Final each time we meet. Classes then run from Tuesday to Saturday all day.

A lot of classmates fly in from Singapore, Thailand and even Russia. Most fly in on Saturday or Sunday right before classes start on Monday. A lot of us meet up on Sunday for dinner and review sessions. During the week you are working pretty hard with your study group but most do find time to socialize and go out to LKF. There is always a group dinner on Saturday night and brunch on Sunday. Most fly out on Sunday.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

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New post 28 Mar 2016, 23:37
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sidsd wrote:
Hi All,

Apologies if this has been covered - struggling a little to find an answer.
Can anyone confirm what the class format is like i.e. how many days a week/month, and what days specifically the classes are held in HK.

For some schools, classes are held every other week Fri/Sat.
Anyone have experience of travelling in each week for classes (from Singapore or Malaysia etc). How did you manage the logistics? Did you have to fly in each Friday and fly out Saturday? Did this leave you with enough time to interact socially with fellows

Thanks.


Hi. Current student here in the HK program. Booth's regular class format is Monday-Saturday once per month. It's pretty intensive compared to other programs. I know Kellogg HKUST is Friday-Sunday, twice per month. Monday will always be a full day of exams, Mid-term or a Final each time we meet. Classes then run from Tuesday to Saturday all day.

A lot of classmates fly in from Singapore, Thailand and even Russia. Most fly in on Saturday or Sunday right before classes start on Monday. A lot of us meet up on Sunday for dinner and review sessions. During the week you are working pretty hard with your study group but most do find time to socialize and go out to LKF. There is always a group dinner on Saturday night and brunch on Sunday. Most fly out on Sunday.

Let me know if you have any more questions.


Appreciate your quick response. PM sent :)

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Re: Booth HK EMBA - Class days/work commitment needed?   [#permalink] 28 Mar 2016, 23:37
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