Location, location, location!!
Conveniently located in east Asia, HK provides a great hub for anyone
looking to travel throughout the semester.
Nightlife in Lan Kwai Fong!
Party central for the expatriate population! Home of the KAR-NE-VAL
and always happening every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night!!
Western Language combined with Eastern Culture!
English spoken by many throughout the region with an omnipresent
Chinese culture seen daily.
Arguably the most beautiful campus in Hong Kong and maybe even
one of the top ten most pretty campuses in all of Asia
Ideally located in the outskirts of a major city, allowing
students with room to participate in numerous activities,
study in peace,
and still reach Central Hong Kong in less than 45 minutes
Very accommodative for Exchange students who are looking
to take classes on only Tuesdays and Thursdays and also
one of the top three business schools in the world
How many times have you heard the phrase, "college is the best
four years of year life?” For me, it was never a question
of should I study abroad but rather about the details of my program,
when I should actually leave, and where I should study at for
A study abroad experience is an essential part of a college education;
it teaches you so much more than any classroom environment can
ever hope to teach you.
Every single day I am learning and growing, which is a main reason
why I wanted to come abroad. I wanted to learn more about myself,
see how the world looked from outside The States, and look at business
through a different lens. When I graduate in about a year and a half,
I want to walk away feeling like my degree is an entire package,
something that holds more than just my academic achievements; I also
want it to symbolize my achievements as an individual who is learning
so much more about the world around him and about himself.
In a sense, this is true college experience that I have always yearned
for but never really had the chance to experience. When you are studying
at your home university, there is a natural element of constant stress
that forces you to think about the future and the consequences of
your actions. When you are abroad, you feel free; free to do whatever
it is that you want rather than doing things that you think you have
to be doing during your college experience.
I would strongly encourage anyone
to study abroad; it’s truly
an experience you will never forget and enjoy forever! I have included
my contact information below. Please do not hesitate to contact
me regarding any questions, comments, or concerns that you may