Coronavirus Updates

We are delighted to announce that the Hong Kong–based Executive MBA Program will temporarily relocate to Singapore for Autumn Quarter 2022 and Winter Quarter 2023. This will enable an in-person learning experience for many of our Asia-based Executive MBA students. Students who choose not to travel because of quarantine restrictions upon return to their home country will be able to access classes in Singapore remotely. The Hong Kong Yuen Campus will also remain open for students who are able to convene there for hybrid classes.

In Hong Kong, we continue to feel the impact of COVID-19 with prohibitively lengthy quarantines required to enter the country. As such, our faculty cannot reasonably travel to Hong Kong and students from outside of Hong Kong cannot get to campus.

This temporary relocation to Singapore will allow our prize-winning faculty to travel and teach in-person. For students who can travel freely, they will be able to convene in-person with faculty and classmates.

This temporary arrangement will help ensure the long-term vibrancy of our distinctive global program. We remain committed to the Yuen Campus in Hong Kong and the ambitious research, education, academic collaborations, and community partnerships that this campus affords. Once quarantine restrictions are lifted in Hong Kong, we will be able to return to our magnificent Hong Kong Yuen Campus. The Executive MBA Program will remain in Singapore until that time.

Julie Morton

Associate Dean

Executive MBA Program

Julie Morton is the Associate Dean of the Executive MBA Program at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Julie oversees all aspects of marketing, recruiting, and admissions; student life and program operations; and a unique integrated offering that delivers global career support, leadership development, and employer relations.

Julie Morton