A group of CUHK MBA students set off for a 4-day trip to Seoul and made use of the opportunity to gain relevant insights into understanding the country’s business and culture.
“The Seoul study tour was fabulous! The company visits gave us great overviews on the business, innovation and technologies of Korean top companies from different industries. I was also able to associate my classroom knowledge with real-life business settings. It was fantastic to be given an opportunity to expand my network as the group consisted of both MBA students and alumni from other disciplines! – Carmen Pan ( Part-Time Student, Class of 2020)
The study tour kicked off with an alumni networking dinner, followed by a number of visits that spanned across the next 3 days.
Hyundai Motor Studio
To understand the past, present and future of how this Korean automaker develops and produces products for the global market.
Lottemart Online Logistics Centre
Lottemart is one of Korea’s leading retailers. The visit provided an overview of the workflow and management of its supply chain.
“The company visits gave me a quick and intuitive understanding of Korean companies in terms of their business models and development strategies. The trip was definitely a good complement to my MBA study. Also a great occasion to expand my social circles and to meet alumni from different industries” – Iris Liu (Part-Time Student, Class of 2020)
Samsung Innovation Museum
Showcasing the rich history of electronics from the earliest electrical creations to the current and future innovation.
South Korea’s wireless Telecommunication Operator and the largest mobile phone service provider in the country, a journey of experience to its present and future developments.
Seoul Upcycling Plaza (SUP)
The world’s largest cultural complex dedicated to upcycling. Upcycling is the process for which used resources are transformed into completely new products.