The highlight of Term 4 was watching WorldCup with classmates from over 45 countries! The heat was on particularly during the match of Argentina vs Germany, France vs Brazil. See we even had a Germany flag in the classroom that day! Though some classmates cried after their countries’ defeat in the matches, we supported each…Details
After an intensive 9 months of studies, we are all so relieved to have a 6-week summer break! We have finished 4 terms with all mandatory courses. The elective period will start in Sep with venture lab and corporate venturing (with General Electric, Madrid). Some of us will go on exchange over US, Europe and…Details
Some of you asked about the housing conditions in these schools – Tsinghua places exchange students in a new building (2 years old) and it is nice. In HKUST, exchange students live with the undergraduate where each room houses 2 students. Some dorms have terrific sea view of the Pacific Ocean.
Front row: Du, Renguo Back row: Taowen, Justine, Cheryl, Benny, Jiong & Mingcan Many classmates are interested in the exchange program in China and let’s hear the feedback of Sandra Wang, an an alumni of IMBA2005 and had a wonderful semester at Tsinghua. Sandra also did a part-time internship at HR department of Lenovo Beijing,…Details
Tomas Gutierrez Perez (the smiling guy wearing tie at the back) is our favourite professor in Term 1. He teaches Quantity Analysis and was named “Solver” when he plays football with the students. I have never seen such a dedicated teacher who has a full-time job but goes so much of his way to help…Details
It is delightful to see everybody coming back with great smiles and more energies after the holidays. Yes, more energy is indeed called for to survive the heavy loading of Term 2. We have about 180 pages to read each day, let alone numerous cases and group projects. Basically our daily activities are studying, doing…Details