HKU offers full-time and part-time MBA programmes which are highly relevant to the region dynamic and evolving business environment with a strong focus on Asia business. The case-teaching methodology ensures that students can become effective problem-solvers and decision-makers in rapidly changing business settings. Relatively small class size allows more extensive interaction and collaboration.
The College of Business at City University of Hong Kong is one of the largest business schools in Hong Kong offering a broad range of professional business education at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. It aims to be a globally-oriented business school at the forefront of business ideas and knowledge: a key business education hub - in China for the world.
CUHK Business School at The Chinese University of Hong Kong is one of the Asia-Pacific region’s premier providers of graduate business education. They are one of the first two business schools in Asia accredited by AACSB.
Over the years, the school have nurtured more than 6,000 business professionals who have formed a major pillar of the local as well as global business community. Looking onto the future, she will continue to provide world-class business education and research with an Asian emphasis, which will be instrumental to achieve global impact in view of the emerging role of the Region in the global arena.
HKBU MBA Programme has firmly established itself in the marketplace as a China focused MBA Programme. The Programme is designed with a general theme of international business, balanced by a China focus. It equips students with managerial skills as well as international business knowledge through classroom work and a variety of non-classroom activities including business field studies, seminars, workshops and overseas exchange programmes. The School’s strong network of mainland business leaders, students, graduates and academics enables students to interact with and learn from business leaders in Greater China.
The PolyU MBA programme focuses on general management and leadership in the Asian context, prepares experienced managers and professionals to solve real-world management problems. The structure is intensive, comprehensive and well-designed. Taught by experienced and committed teaching staff, the programme provides exceptionally good value to students.
A distinguishing feature of the PolyU MBA programme is that students in Hong Kong, Xi’an and Shenzhen share the same curriculum so as to facilitate exchange of ideas and knowledge and to allow them to study in any of the cities. In Hong Kong, students may also choose to undertake an “industry-specific focus” in their studies by selecting elective courses and preparing an Investigative Report in one of following areas: Fashion Business, Financial Services, IT Management and Innovation and Design Management.
The HKUST Business School is dynamic and well respected for its quality programmes and research. The school garnered an international reputation for melding the best elements of western business education with Asian management philosophies. Uniquely, the HKUST MBA programme strengthens participants' global mindset through the diversity of student body and faculty members, cross-cultural teamwork, wide-reaching exchange programme and international case competitions.