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Our Programmes

1 YEAR FULL-TIME MBA PROGRAMME
The full-time HKU MBA is an intensive 1 year programme with three tracks: the London track, New York track and Hong Kong/China track.

The University of Hong Kong and its prestigious MBA programme is a major participant in and contributor to the business culture of Hong Kong and mainland China. Today’s MBA students demand an approach that sets them up for success both regionally and internationally and provides them with a learning experience that bestows upon them a first-class education, real-world experience, and a deep understanding of international business and the cultural differences and nuances therein. HKU’s full-time MBA programme is specifically designed to produce these outcomes. Our Asia-Pacific and China focus gives our students a unique advantage in building their careers in the region and beyond.
2-YEAR PART-TIME MBA PROGRAMME
The HKU MBA is offered in both weekday and weekend modes for Part-time programme. Students can choose the study mode that best suits their work commitments. A certain degree of flexibility between weekday and weekend mode courses may be allowed on a case-by-case basis. The weekday or weekend mode applies to core courses only, with electives offered from a common pool comprising courses in both modes.

Top MBA Programme ranked Amongst All Major Rankings

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In Hong Kong Ranked 18th in Poets&Quants Int'l MBA Rankings 2020. The P&Q list is a composite of the 4 most credible rankings, The Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes
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In Asia for 9 consecutive years, The Economist - Full Time MBA Ranking 2010-2018
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Highest 10-year ROI & shortest payback period MBA, Asia Pacific, QS TopMBA.com Return on Investment Report 2018
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In the world - Top tier: one-year MBA degrees, Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal Business School Report
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Highest 10-year ROI MBA - Global QS TopMBA.com Return on Investment Report 2018
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In the world - Top MBAs for Women 2018, Financial Times
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In the world - The Best International MBAs: One Year Programs 2019, Forbes
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In the world - Top MBAs for Finance 2018, Financial Times
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In the world - Financial Times - Top MBAs for Entrepreneurship 2018
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In the world - Financial Times - 3 Years Average Ranking

Application Deadline

Full-time Programme (Round 1 Deadline)
20/11/2020
Part-time Programme (Round 1 Deadline)
20/11/2020
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Upcoming Events

29 Oct 2020
Thursday
Live Info Session (Part-time programme only)
05 Nov 2020
Thursday
Skype Chat (1-1 chat with our admissions)
12 Nov 2020
Thursday
Skype Chat (1-1 chat with our admissions)
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What’s New

What’s New

09 Oct 2020
Career Development and Training: Fund Group Company Sharing
It was a pleasure to have Adrian Chan, Laurence Wong, and Karen Lin from Fung Group join our MBA students for a company sharing session. Adrian, the General Manager of the PMD, outlined the learning and training opportunities provided by the programme. HKU MBA started hosting Fung Group’s PMD campus talks in 2013 and since then, our students have been consistently recruited for Fung Group’s business needs.
14 Oct 2020
HKU Full-time MBA Alumni Sharing
This is our first “hybrid event” which we offered both on-campus face to face and off-campus zoom join in. Students who attended in-person and online were both engaged in the discussion. Our panelists gave useful tips on course selection, networking strategies, career development, job searching, etc. in their MBA journey.
05 Oct 2020
Career Development and Training: Effective Networking Skills
HKU MBA Career Development and Training recently invited MJ Jennings to conduct a workshop on effective networking skills. MJ started off her interactive session by having the students introspect to understand their strengths and personal brand, enabling them to construct their elevator pitches.
05 Oct 2020
Career Development and Training: Story Construction
HKU MBA Career Development and Training invited Sam Joshi and Rupert Hay to conduct a workshop on effective "Story Construction", enabling students to learn how to integrate past experiences to express future goals and aspirations when speaking with prospective employers.
25 Sep 2020
Career Orientation: Alumni Sharing Session
As part of HKU MBA Career Development and Training's orientation series, we invited Lucas Yu, Nikki Lim, and Sam Greenwood from our full-time Class of 2020 batch to share their thoughts and experience from their HKU MBA journey. It was a very interactive session, and they gave the incoming class many valuable tips on how to navigate through the programme.
30 Sep 2020
Alumni Webinar Series: MBA Success Stories - Female in Leadership (Amy Hau)
The webinar was conducted by our alumna, Amy Hau, who has over 10 years of expertise in management, and currently holds a leadership position at a multinational corporation. Having worked across numerous teams, Amy shared her insights on how to cope and deal with managing individuals, including management styles, attributes of a good leader, and much more.
25 Sep 2020
Safeguarding Fund Performance in a Downturn
It was a pleasure to have Josh Lewsey, Strategy and Transactions Partner at EY-Parthenon, to deliver a live online webinar on “Safeguarding Fund Performance in a Downturn” with the HKU MBA community on last Friday. Topics covered were the polarization of private equity fund performance, the change of the nature of venture capital. We also looked at the change of investors’ demand across both performance and sustainability, and how this linked to ESG and value creation.
21 Sep 2020
Career Orientation: CV Workshop
As part of HKU MBA Career Development and Training's orientation series, last week Thomas Bispham, Sr. hosted a CV workshop for our full-time MBA students. Tom outlined how to look at the bigger picture when it comes to constructing a CV. Tom highlighted the importance of looking at your CV from both a macro perspective (ie. industry) and a micro perspective (ie. personal uniqueness).
31 Aug 2020
Panel Discussion: Effects on Job Market during COVID-19
It was a great pleasure to host a Panel Discussion around the topic of "Effects on Job Market during COVID-19", a collective and interactive sharing session with the HKU MBA community and MBA alumni speakers.
17 Sep 2020
Career Orientation: Importance of Effective Communication
Continuing HKU MBA Career Development and Training's orientation series, Meera Ralhan-Medana briefed the students about the importance of effective communication within the workplace.
25 Aug 2020
Navigating through an uncertain job market: Market yourself with 5P’s of Marketing
This week, HKU MBA Career Development and Training invited Luis Rolim, Group Marketing Director at Phaidon International, to deliver a live online webinar on “Navigating through an uncertain job market: Market yourself with 5P’s of Marketing”.
17 Sep 2020
Full-time MBA Career Orientation
HKU MBA Career Development and Training hosted the first day of our 2021 Full-time MBA career orientation on Thursday 17th of September!
17 Sep 2020
Career Orientation: Executive Presence
Continuing with HKU MBA Career Development and Training's career orientation workshops, Gary Lo hosted a workshop on Executive Presence last week.

What do our students say

What do our students say

Arpit Arora
Class of 2018
The knowledge I gained from HKU MBA is practically used to solve real world problems and helped my critical thinking, which helps me a lot to tackle clients problem in my role as a consultant
Karen Lin
Class of 2018
HKU MBA held lots of enriching and invaluable experience for me, I met a lot of international classmates with all sorts of backgrounds. There were the opportunities to participate in different clubs and reach out to professionals in Hong Kong across industries such as finance, accounting, legal, consulting and technology.
Eiji Soma
Class of 2017
My overall experience of the HKU MBA was fantastic. The people in the school were so nice; not just the faculty, Career Services team, and mentors, but my classmates.
Shahvir Carnac
Class of 2019
When I was deciding on a school for the MBA, HKU stood out not only because it was one of the best in Asia but also cause the program was not geared solely towards a specific industry such as finance. It has the flexibility of being able to tailor your MBA journey the way you deemed fit and select electives which could gear you towards a specific industry or give a well-rounded MBA experience
Sherry Ye
Class of 2018
In the time that I have been at HKU, I am confident that I have already advanced my knowledge of business as much as I expected to
Vivian Cheung
Class of 2017
I chose the part-time MBA programme at HKU because it gives me great flexibility to balance a work-study life, allowing me to pursue my studies while living and working in this vibrant city