HBS MBA Immersive Field Course: The Business of Going Global - China Style


Saturday, January 9, 2016 (All day) to Thursday, January 21, 2016 (All day)


Harvard Center Shanghai

Led by Professor Willy C. Shih and Professor William C. Kirby from Harvard Business School, some second-year HBS MBA student traveled to Shanghai for their Immersion Field Course on January 9 to 21, 2016. During the period, these students participated in orientation, faculty office hour, reception with local HBS alumni, project presentations and other activities at Harvard Center Shanghai. And they engaged through fieldwork and site visits in key industries based in Shanghai and nearby cities.

Immersive Field Course (IFC) is a selective course for second-year MBA students at Harvard Business School. It’s customized according to individual faculty research and designed to enable students to take an active role in the construction of their learning. This course is built with a specific focus in mind and teams of students are called upon to collaborate directly with local company partners to scope projects, collect data and organize work plans before and during the immersion. For more information, please visit IFC Info Session (Spring 2015).