Professors are experimenting with the same model in this live virtual classroom, with students from all over the world. Sixty monitors bring in students in real-time, from behind their own computers into this single space.
In June 2014, Harvard Business School entered the digital learning platform market with HBX CORe, an online programme using cases to teach the fundamentals of business to selected college students and recent company recruits. We revisit this pedagogical experiment that we first wrote about a year ago at the time of its launch.
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Here are answers to some of the top questions we got from prospective HBX CORe students during our Facebook Q&A session last month, including the difference between the non-credit and for-credit versions of CORe, the application process, and financing options.
HBX brings together a diverse group of students from a range of countries, ages, and backgrounds to learn about business on our interactive online platform. We asked one of our past participants, Bethany Larsen, to share some tips and advice for anyone planning an in-person meetup.