The mUSThaveMBA Student Blog
The General Management Club (intake 2019) organized its first event - a candid coffee chat with alumni Calvin Loke and Akhil Nair from intake 2017, to share their MBA experience and how they made the most out of it.
As a lawyer, Marc might not be geneticly enclined to make great PowerPoint presentations. In this blog, he tells us how HKUST helped him to improve his PPT-skills significantly, nevertheless.
In the context of the current discussions around the over-utilization of the MBA lounge, the mUSThaveMBA-blog-team was able to conduct an exclusive interview with Jim in which he describes his work as a lounge chair.
MOSAIC Club, the club dedicated to Making Open Societies and Inclusive Cultures, released its first newsletter. It covers, among other things, some of their past and upcoming events.
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.
Mosaic kick-off event 'Breathe to win' searching balance between study and well-being, a talk & Yoga workshop by Livia Li.
This year’s career treks went to Singapore and Shanghai and gave the participants an interesting insight into some of the hottest companies in finance and tech.
nuff people say they know they can't believe, HKUST has a FinTech Club
MBA students picked up the University’s activities in FinTech and founded the schools first FinTech Club.
The MBA intake 2018 got the chance of visiting madhead, a Hong Kong based award-winning game developer (its most famous mobile game Tower of Saviors is a top seller in Southeast Asia).
Ain’t no party like a junkboat party! Meng and his Food Fighters! team made sure that everyone in our batch would understand this message.
Food Fighters! selected the fantastic Spanish restaurant La Paloma at Sai Ying Pun. A real Spanish evening with our class mate Mariano,
Takoyaki is a Japanese speciality made of a wheat flour-based dough filled with octopus which looks like an army of grilled Pikachus. It was the theme for a memorable evening of the Japan Club.
Food Fighters! celebrated the Korean Night at the Chicken Hof and Soju restaurant in Wan Chai. An introduction to Korean culture with a lot of Soju and Somek and fried chicken.
Food Fighters! kicked off their immersion program with a casual craft beer event at Tin Hau. The first event of many to follow.
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.
This past weekend the HKUST Full-time MBA Class of 2019 celebrated the (near) completion of their studies at the Dynasty Club Ballroom in Central.
China is a mystery to outside world - not when you travel like a royal with Chinese MBA students. The experience of exploring Beijing left each of us enthralled by the First-World status that China has attained.
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.