Business Analytics Workshop with Prof. Omar Hernandez

Join Prof. Omar Romero-Hernandez, who designed Hult's MSc. Business Analytics Program, in his Business Analytics workshop. You will get to work in groups on a real-world problem and get a taste of what your classes will look and feel like when you start the program.

This workshop is exclusive to active applicants.

Places are limited, so register at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.

You will receive a Zoom link after registration.

Wed. March 31, 2021, 7pm - 8pm BST

What you can expect...

This is your chance to work with your future classmates in small teams and take on a real-world case study using data from Apple.

You will…

  • Test your current business analytics knowledge.
  • Learn new methods of analyzing and presenting quantitative data.
  • Meet your future classmates
  • Earn a grant that will allow you to take on-campus electives in the summer.

Please contact your Enrollment Adviser if you have any questions.




Prof. Romero-Hernandez was one of the recipients of the 2010 Franz Edelman Award, the world’s most prestigious award on Operations Research and Management Science. He is a Chemical Engineer with graduate studies in Economic Policy and Government and a Ph.D. in Process Economics and Environmental Impact from Imperial College, England.

Omar has worked for a diverse range of public and private organizations such as Procter & Gamble, PEMEX (Oil & Gas), Accenture, and the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources. In 2001, he was appointed as Professor at ITAM and Fulbright Professor at the University of California, Berkeley. Since 2009 he has been a faculty member of the Haas School of Business, UCB

Currently, he is a National Researcher and author of four books and several international publications on engineering, business and sustainable development. He has led various internationally awarded projects in the field of renewable energy, sustainable business strategies, and business processes – sponsors include the United Nations, Ministry of the Environment, Industry consortiums, the Stock Exchange and NGOs.

What our students say

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The program presented a unique opportunity to enter Silicon Valley, the place where innovation was simply exploding!

Marcelo Tournier

Masters in Business Analytics, Class of 2019