Mar 17

Hello from Asia!

My apologies for the unprecedented gap in posts – I just relocated from Europe to Asia, and have been a bit busy!   This move comes as a result of taking on a new position at work (same company).


Now that I am (more or less) settled again, I can pick up where I left off with my homemade MBA.  In addition to being free and available online, this geographical flexibility is what makes a homemade MBA so great!  If I was at a brick-and-mortar MBA program, not only would I have missed out on this fantastic job opportunity (because I wouldn’t be working, obviously), but I also wouldn’t even have the option of relocating.  With my do-it-yourself MBA, I am 100% flexible with the timing, location, and pace of my MBA studies.  How can a traditional program compete with that!?


Once I find a few more spare minutes, I will post my normal Homemade MBA Progress Report to bridge the gap between my last update and now.  I also owe you all a summary of Critical Perspectives on Management – the latest MOOC I completed.


For those of you who follow this site, or are working on your own self-study MBAs in Asia please get in touch with me via the comments section and let me know what you’re up to.  I enjoyed my time in Europe, but I’m happy to be back in Asia!


  1. Cedric

    Hi friend~ where are you referring for Asia?

    If you have a chance to visit Beijing, email me and we could arrange a meetup 🙂

    Keep learning and cheers~

    1. homemadeMBA

      Hey Cedric! I’m based in Singapore now, but will likely be in and out of China frequently. I’ll let you know if I’m going to be in Beijing!

      1. Cedric Wang


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