The HKUST Business School partners with insendi, a Study Group company, to deliver HKUST’s first ever-online MBA courses

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The School of Business and Management of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST Business School) and insendi, are delighted to announce a partnership to deliver HKUST’s first ever-online MBA courses.

According to Dr David LeFevre, founder of insendi and Director of the EdTech Lab at Imperial College:

“This is a tremendously exciting opportunity for both insendi and the HKUST Business School. What especially attracts us is the quality and potential scope of this initiative, partnering with such an outstanding university with a clear commitment to innovation. 

“We already know that the insendi platform is the sector leader in terms of the educational experience for both teachers and students. However, we are tremendously excited about developing this specifically for the needs of Asian business education. Demand for online MBAs is definitely increasing, but the quality of the provider is also crucial. HKUST offers both.”

Prof. Kar Yan Tam, Dean of HKUST Business School, adds:

“The HKUST Business School shares a vision to provide quality management education that makes a transformational impact via technology. This development is a significant step in both our online and business education strategy with real promise for the future. This strategically important development opens up a market of more potential students.”

Dr. David Lefevre

About the author

David is the Director of the Edtech Lab at the Imperial College Business School and co-founder of insendi, a spin-out firm from the Edtech Lab focused on online learning platforms.

David joined Imperial College in 2001 as an MSc student in the Department of Computing and then completed a PhD in the Imperial College Business Schoool. David has a long standing interest in the use of technology in education and started teaching my classes online in 2003. Davids role evolved to encourage others to teach using technology. In 2005 he joined Business School and formed the Edtech Lab.