Admissions Events - Asia
You can learn more about the Executive MBA Program at several different events in many cities around the world.
Information Sessions - The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Hong Kong hosts numerous information sessions in which prospective students can meet with our staff, current students, and alumni for refreshments and conversation about the Executive MBA Program. Each info session will feature a short presentation and question-and-answer session.
One-on-One Sessions – Schedule a 45-minute one-on-one meeting with an Executive MBA admissions representative in your home town to receive personal feedback on your suitability for our top-ranked, part-time MBA program in Hong Kong. You can also learn about the admissions process and receive advice on presenting your best application.
Coffee Chats (in Hong Kong) – Meet an Executive MBA admissions representative for a coffee chat in town at your convenience. Receive personal feedback on your suitability for our Executive MBA Program and to learn about the admissions process.
Class Sit-in - The Chicago Booth classroom experience is unlike any other. As a student, you will be in the midst of colleagues from all walks of life, engaged in vigorous debate, called on to voice your opinion, and collaborate with peers to determine which ideas stand up to the rigor of intellectual inquiry. If you’d like to experience student life at The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Academic Complex | The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong, come along for a class sit-in.
Online Webinars - Learn more about the Executive MBA Program from our faculty and admissions team during an online webinar. Topics for the webinar series include Chicago Booth history, program specifics, the ROI of an MBA and faculty research updates, to name but a few.
Coffee Chats (in Hong Kong)
Executive Assessment Preparation Webinars
The Executive MBA Program is registered under the Hong Kong Education Bureau. Registration No.: 262427
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.