AGSM MBA Programme, offered through the Australian Graduate School of Management, has more than 30 years history of leadership in Australia and is recognised internationally for the rigour, relevance and the unique student experience provided for students and course participants.
Programmes are delivered by the Australian School of Business, one of Australia's leading business schools and a centre of excellence for business education and research in the Asia Pacific region.
In successive international rankings, AGSM MBA has been ranked the Number 1 programme in Australia and the top 40 MBA programmes in the world by the Financial Times (UK) Global MBA Rankings for the past 5 years (2007-2011). AGSM MBA (Executive) programme occupies a pre-eminent position in the Australian marketplace and leads the way in flexibility, curriculum development and strategic focus.
The Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario, in Canada, was established in 1922. It was the first North America business school to establish a permanent campus in Asia Pacific. The Richard Ivey School of Business offers Executive MBA and non-degree Executive Development programmes to executives from Hong Kong and across the region. It has more than 22,000 graduates, with over 1,000 of them living in the Asia-Pacific region.
Henley Business School was the first business school in the UK and is one of the oldest and most respected schools in Europe. This world famous MBA is delivered around the world in Europe, Africa and of course in Hong Kong. Henley’s 27 year history in Hong Kong and long standing global presence gives Henley a truly international perspective.
Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) is one of the premier business schools in the Asia-Pacific region with an international reputation for providing highly ranked postgraduate business degrees.
In partnership with The Hong Kong Management Association since 1994, MGSM delivers a comprehensive suite of degree programmes including the highly regarded MBA. Three academic qualifications can be achieved via progression from the Postgraduate Diploma to the Master of Management and the MBA.
The University of Manchester, one of the top research universities in the UK, has nurtured 25 Nobel Prize winners since 1824. Manchester MBA has been launched in Hong Kong for 20 years, and is continuously revised to reflect today's global corporate environment. Manchester Global MBA has recently been ranked 29th in the world, 11th in Europe and 4th in the UK, confirming its position as one of the world's most reputable programmes. With over 40,000 alumni across 161 countries, their global footprint reaches high-performing individuals in business, management, governance and industry all around the world. The Manchester MBA is an internationally recognised programme delivered from 7 global centres (Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Miami and Brazil). The rise in the rankings reflects the excellent salary progression Manchester Business School's MBAs can achieve three years after completing the programme. According to The FT, they can expect a 111% salary increase.
With 21 years history in Hong Kong, the Hull Executive MBA is an internationally recognised Executive MBA programme which delivers tangible results in terms of personal and professional development in the context of the international business arena.
It allows students to recognise and balance the strategic and operational needs within an organisation, and understand fully the environment in which they operate, making them a highly valuable member of any management team. This programme has already cultivated over 2,000 senior managers and executives with broad-based management skills and holistic perspective on managerial decision making.
With its strong alumni network, students will be able to attain the experience in meeting CEOs, CFOs, entrepreneurs, directors & senior managers across different industries where they will be able to expand their network and create business opportunities for their position.