University of Hong Kong
HKU MBA - University of Hong Kong offers full- time and part- time global MBA programmes which are highly relevant to the region's dynamic and evolving business environment with a strong focus on Asia business. The case-teaching methodology ensures that our students can become effective problem-solvers and decision-makers in rapidly changing business settings. Relatively small class size allows more extensive interaction and collaboration.
HKU's International MBA Degree Program is carefully designed to give you a first-class education, real-world experience, a deep understanding of international business and a valuable appreciation of cultural sensitivities. In particular, our Asia-Pacific focus will give you a unique advantage to build your career in the region, or indeed anywhere in the world given that Asia is at the centre for any business venture around the world.
In the latest World MBA Rankings released by The Economist, HKU MBA Programme is ranked No.1 in Asia and 36 in the world. Although the full-time MBA programme at HKU has a relatively young history, the Faculty of Business and Economics has demonstrated impressive results in world rankings. Since entering The Economist Ranking in 2003, HKU MBA is consistently ranked one of the top programmes in the world.
HKU was ranked no.1 in Asia and 22nd in the world in the Quacquareli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2011. HKU was also consistently ranked as one of the top universities in Asia by Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.
MBA Scholarships are granted to a number of full-time MBA students each year based on individual merits. All full-time MBA applicants will be automatically considered.
University of Hong Kong Faculty of Business and Economics
The HKU MBA faculty team has attained impressive academic and professional reputations in Asia and abroad. The permanent and visiting faculty provide the school's top-quality teaching and research by both introducing emerging international theories and practices and incorporating aspects of today's business environment in Asia.
(Source: HKU Faculty of Business and Economics)
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