My-Linh - HBA - My Ivey Business School HBA Program Dictionary!
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When I started looking at universities, I found a lot of lingo that students would use kind of hard to understand. So I figured I would make an Ivy Business School Dictionary video where I go through key terms that we use and explain and describe what they are. These sections comprises 70 to 80 students and throughout the entire HB a one year. These are the people that you're gonna do every single class and 48 together. HB two and HB three are used to specify which year of the H B a program they are in the first year at the Ivey Business School is what we call the HB a one year. You take all your core third your business courses, and the year after HB one is H B A. To this is your second year of the Ivy Business School and the year that most students end up graduating. HB three is the year after HP to and is comprised of Onley dual degree students. Duel degree students are students who not only want to complete the Ivy Business schools H B A degree, as well as the degree that they started prior to the Ivy Business School. HB three is very similar to HB two in terms of students get the opportunity to take electives as well as have the time to finish their required courses. Dual degree students are given a lot of flexibility in splitting their HP A courses between HB two and HB three, depending on what best fits their schedule. Difference between HB two and HB three dual degree students is that HB three dual degree students are will be graduating, whereas HB two double degree students have one more year. So what is the case? A case is basically a story about a certain person and the decision that they have to make regarding their business. Three case will take you through any relevant information as well as describing the problem that they're facing. The whole point of the case is that you're putting yourself in that person's shoes and making a decision. Thes cases are really world problems that actual people have faced. Sometimes cases are about big corporations that you've heard of, such as Apple and Starbucks in 11. The business school is one of the top publishers of cases worldwide. So at the business school is very common that we see a lot of ivy business school cases in our classes. A lot of the cases that we get to read or written by our professors cases they're using almost every single class session with the exception for when you have guest speakers or electric class. Luxury classes normally cover material that's more theoretical in nature and can't really be taught in a case in these classes, are less frequent than the case classes. So most Ivy business school exams that you will have our cases. You're using the frameworks and analysis that you were taught in class toe apply to a case and come to a decision. This is really handy when you're studying, because when you have a case exam, you've done 20 to 30 of them in class already. The next time I want to talk about is the case method. This method is really hands on learning every class session you're assigned a case in the entire class has to prepare the case ahead of time and analyzing the situation and the information given to make a decision and then in class, the professor will lead a discussion about the case going through everyone's analysis and using that to come to a decision. Important part of the case method hinges on the fact that everyone in class is contributing. This is not like a standard lecture where the presser talks a lot and you write down the notes instead. 90% of the talking is done by the students. Students share their analysis based on prior knowledge they have from class as well as their experiences and together the classes. I know personally, there have been times when a person has talked in class about how they see a situation and consider things I had never thought of. I'm able to use that in real life, And this is why the case method gives you a really great opportunity to learn from your peers. With the case method, there is no right answer. There may be right ways to approach a problem, but at the end of the day, the conclusion each class makes is based on the discussion they had so professor could teach a case 100 times to 100 different classes, and the result is 100 different conversations about the case. This is one of the factors in why I consider the Ivy Business School, because I really enjoyed the opportunity to learn hands on instead of oppressor instead of a pressure talking to me about specific concepts, I get the opportunity to learn a little bit about the concepts, either through lectures every so often by the professor or getting that were required to dio. It's kind of came up in the case method, but the next thing I'm going to talk about is contribution. Normally it's around 30%. So this contribution is what you're saying in class about cases on a day to day basis. How much further the conversation, how much pertain to the case Professors really market contribution for every single class, and at the end of the semester, they look over your entire contribution history to give you a mark. It's basically a group project where you're given a case and you have 48 hours to write a report about it. It's very easy to block off 48 hours within the school week for students to do group projects. When to cut HB two and HB three dual, the re students may have conflicting class as well as students have their own Ivy business school electives that could interfere in HK one year 40 eights are a great way to connect with your classmates because you're spending a lot of time with a group of people for two days. Three H B A program in the I V business school a little bit more, and hopefully it makes it a little easier for you to follow along on these videos.