Open House Apr 2024 in Central_Banner_v4
Apr
19
April 19, 2024 (Fri)
6:30 - 11:00pm (Hong Kong Time, GMT+8)Convert to Your Time Zone
Rm 1501-02, 15/F, Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
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Immerse yourself in the HKUST MBA experience at our Open House in Central! Join us on April 19 (Friday) at the HKUST Business School Central campus for an exclusive Open House event, where you will discover how the HKUST MBA program can empower you to achieve your career aspirations.

The Masterclass led by Prof. Stan Ho, Adjunct Associate Professor of the Department of Finance of HKUST Business School, will theme around "Why Does ESG Matter for Your Employer and Your Career". Explore the importance of ESG for your employer and career, the repercussions of corporate choices on stakeholders, and methods to integrate ESG into your profession. Uncover the diverse career opportunities ESG offers and learn from real-life examples involving Swire Properties and Friends of the Earth Hong Kong. Reserve your spot today to gain valuable insights and stay competitive in your industry!

Your event takeaways will be:

  • Engage in a captivating MBA masterclass led by our esteemed faculty. Gain valuable insights, explore cutting-edge business knowledge and experience the stimulating HKUST MBA learning environment.
  • Learn about our program's unique features. Talk to our admission advisors and receive personalized guidance on application tips. 
  • Mingle with our students, alumni and faculty to gain invaluable insider perspectives on the program experiences, and how our students and alumni leverage the program's resources and support network to achieve their career goals.

 

 

 

Don't miss this opportunity to get a comprehensive understanding about the HKUST MBA experience, right in the heart of the city!

 
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