A Typical Day - Singapore
Executive MBA classes meet Monday through Saturday on class weeks held roughly once a month. Students expertly balance class sessions with demanding jobs, family life, and personal interests. A student's typical experience on a class day might be something like this:
8:30 a.m. - Arrive at the Asia campus, the House of Tan Yeok Nee and mingle with classmates in the lounge over breakfast.
9 a.m. - Attend class. The lecture is enlivened with comments from students who add fresh perspectives from different countries and industries.
10:30 a.m. - Class breaks to allow students a chance to check email from work. Nothing urgent needs your attention, so you join your classmates in the lounge for tea.
11 a.m. - Morning class resumes.
Noon - At lunch break, you debate between attending an optional review session and enjoying lunch in the sunny courtyard.
1 p.m. - After lunch, your study group convenes.
3 p.m. - Attend the afternoon class session.
4 p.m. - On break, call your office voice mail and your spouse.
6 p.m. - This week you don't need to attend the optional review session after class, so you meet with your study group. After an hour or two of discussion, your group decides to order pizza.
If it's Saturday, students celebrate the end of the session by going out for dinner and drinks, and then hit one of Singapore 's famous night spots.