[Online Event] The future of MBA, professional and executive education

Perspectives from China and Asia in the new normal

This event is co-organized by, in alphabetical order, Stanford Club of Hong Kong and Stanford Club of the Philippines. 

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The new normal has brought about tremendous shifts to education, including business and executive education which historically prized face-to-face interactions and professional networking.

In this talk, Robert Hsiung (GSB MBA ’08) will share his insights about the latest trends in China’s and Asia’s professional education industry, particularly its digital transformation in the new normal. 

Robert has led the China business of 3 education companies. He currently serves as China CEO of Eruditus Executive Education, which raised US$113 million in August 2020 from investors including Leeds Illuminate, Prosus Ventures and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Previously, Robert was Udacity’s Managing Director in China, and Interim CEO of ShareWithU.

Events Details
Date: Thursday, 29 October, 2020
Time: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Hong Kong Time / Philippine Time (GMT+8) 
Online Videoconference Link: Provided by email after RSVP, closer to event date
Cost: Free for alumni and non-alumni.
Lunch Etiquette: Lunch not included due to online nature. You are most welcomed to eat while videoconferencing in.

RSVP: Required. Please RSVP by filling in this form.

Event Contacts (in alphabetical order): 

Stanford Club of Hong Kong: Andrew Kwan (akwan@stanfordalumni.org) and Alex Leung

Stanford Club of the Philippines: Andrea Sy (andreasy@alumni.stanford.edu)

About the Speaker

Robert Hsiung

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Robert Hsiung has led the China business of 3 education companies. He currently serves as China CEO of Eruditus Executive Education, which raised US$113 million in August 2020 from investors including Leeds Illuminate, Prosus Ventures and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

Previously, Robert was Udacity’s Managing Director in China, and Interim CEO of ShareWithU. He holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business School and an B.A.S. in computer science from University of Pennsylvania.

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