The mUSThaveMBA Student Blog
Marc left his job as lawyer in Zurich to join the HKUST MBA program. In his blog entry, he shares how he lived through the first few months of the program.
On May 10th, 2018 the Sales Club hosted a Sake night at Sake Bar GINN “地酒処 吟”, which is one of first sake bars in Hong Kong specializing in premium sake. Our special guest for the evening was HKUST MBA alumnus Raymond Lin, Head of Relationship Management, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan at LinkedIn.
In April, HKUST MBA students traveled 2,500 kms to Singapore for a cultural and career immersion. The contingent met UOB, DHL Consulting, SEA Group, Airbnb, GSK, Accenture, Electrolux, SAP, Lazada, VP Bank and BlackRock. Not to mention the cultural tour….
On Tuesday, March 15th, 2018, The HKUST MBA Sales Club put on its inaugural Interview Games. We invited 20 students to prepare for and participate in mock leadership program interviews with best in class business leaders in Retail, Technology, Finance, and Management Consulting.
Hosted at HKUST’s scenic seafront sports ground in Clear Water Bay, this family-friendly, day-long event will celebrate the diversity and inclusiveness of the HKUST MBA programme by inviting both current HKUST MBA students and alumni, as well as other MBA programs, to participate in a variety of sporting activities.
On January 31st, 2018, Sales Club hosted a dinner with 16 of our club members at Bombay Dreams restaurant in Hong Kong. Our special guest was Alan Rosling, entrepreneur and strategic advisor in India for over 35 years.
As advocates for responsible business practices, the Environment and Social Impact Club (ESI) held a business simulation competition with a focus on ethical leadership.
The mUSThaveMBA band will take over MoM livehouse in Causeway Bay for an evening of live music on Friday November 17th from 7:30pm to late.
The Sales Club Executive team conducted a poll with all the members of the HKUST MBA Sales Club to get a better understanding of the types of skills they would like to develop. After analyzing all the results, presentation skills were a clear winner so we decided to co-host a dinner with the Hong Kong chapter of the Toastmasters Club. Our guest speaker was Aaron Leung, President of Victoria Toastmasters Club (Hong Kong's oldest Toastmasters Club).
On Monday, The Environmental and Social Impact club (ESI Club) organized a movie outing to watch the newly released and critically acclaimed The Helper” documentary. The viewing was a great success. With the final scenes, not even the hardest of hearts remained unmoved.