PHBS holds online orientation for 2020 international students
SEP . 04 2020
International Office welcomes 2020 new students
Professor Park gives students academic guidelines
Young Joon Park, assistant dean of International Affairs, elaborated on curriculum design, course arrangement, GPA requirements and scholarships, to get students well informed about the school’s academic policies and requirements. He also took questions from students concerning issues like course selection and exemption.
Nigel Wong (Malaysia, Master of Management)
Nigel Wong, PHBS International Ambassador Program member, shared his experience about online courses last semester and gave some tips in this regards. In addition, he talked about how to use the online platform Dingtalk.
Brandon Stefano (Indonesia, Master of Management)
Brandon Stefano, president of International Student Union, spoke on topics relating to student union, as well as expectations and involvement to our international community. He also mentioned the recent recruitment of the student union and encouraged new students to join them.
In the Q&A session, International Office answered questions related to students’ exams, online courses and courses registration. Due to Covid-19 pandemic and virus prevention measures, most international students will register online and attend online courses starting in September.
Written by: Annie Jin
Edited by: Priscilla Young
Source: Peking University HSBC Business SchoolPeking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) held an orientation webinar for 2020 international students on August 31, to give them instructions, tips, and guidelines on the school’s academic requirements and campus life. This fall, 55 full-time international students from over 40 countries have been admitted to PHBS programs.