September 26, 2018

HKU SPACE classes add value to distance learning MBA

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An article published in the Education Post section of the South China Morning Post online, features comment from Professor Keith Lumsden, founder and Academic Director of Edinburgh Business School, and also Alick Kitchin, Director of Business and Joint Head of School.

The article discusses the flexibility of Edinburgh Business School’s MBA programme, which provides students with flexible distance learning study, along with the chance of revision classes, extra tuition and group interaction with fellow students.

HKU SPACE and Edinburgh Business School

(Left-to-right): Tammy Kwok, assistant programme director at HKU SPACE; Prof. Keith Lumsden, founder and Academic Director of Edinburgh Business School; Alick Kitchin, Director of Business and Joint Head of School; Dr Josephine Jim, senior programme director for the College of Business and Finance at HKU SPACE.

Also included is comment from Dr Josephine Jim, senior programme director for the College of Business and Finance at HKU SPACE – Edinburgh Business School’s Approved Learning Partner in Hong Kong.

“There are all the benefits of a distance learning MBA, but we also have the facilities, academic staff, and contacts with local business practitioners to enhance learning and help students improve their all-round skill sets,” says Dr Josephine Jim. “Our focus is helping in terms of time management, studying core subjects, and preparing for examinations.”

The Edinburgh Business School programmes can be studied by distance learning, by full-time or part-time study at any of its campuses – in Edinburgh, Scotland; in Dubai; or in Putrajaya, Malayasia – or via its network of Approved Learning Partners.

Edinburgh Business School has over 11,500 active students and over 15,500 alumni; as well as 26 Approved Learning Partners globally.

To read the full article, click here