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Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School

World Rankings

  • The Economist Which MBA? Ranking (2018) 43

Full-time MBA Programme

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • Established the 1966, the full-time MBA at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School is committed to providing professional and innovative management education. CUHK promises to equip its students with the skills and attitudes needed for the dynamic international business environment.
  • The curriculum includes a combination of core and elective courses with students able to complete the required units in as little as 12 months. Alternatively students can participate in a summer internship and worldwide exchange programmes, completing the MBA in 16 months.

Duration

  • 12 or 16 months

Number of places

  • ––

Fees and funding 2015–16

  • HK$499,500 per academic year (£43,740).
  • CUHK MBA offers a wide range of merit-based scholarship to incoming students. They are awarded based on applicants' academic and professional achievements, personal accomplishments, interview performance and potential contributions to the MBA programme.

Part-time MBA Programme

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • Students enrolled on the part-time MBA at CUHK will graduate with the same exact qualification as those on the full-time MBA programme but will enjoy minimal disturbance to their professional lives. Students are afforded the choice of meeting for classes on two evenings a week or every Saturday.

Duration

  • Two years

Number of places

  • ––

Fees and funding 2015

  • HK$333,600 per academic year (£29,215).
  • CUHK offers partial scholarships to part-time students based on merit and whether students partake in the US or European field trip.

Executive MBA Programme

Accreditations: AACSB

Programme features

  • The first executive MBA offered in Hong Kong was established with the objectives of developing essential skills and knowledge for modern management and preparing students for general management responsibilities at the senior executive level. Methods of teaching used take advantage of the strong and diverse management experience of the programme’s participants; these include lectures, seminars, simulation games and group work.
  • Students attend two one week residency courses and otherwise attend weekend classes every two to three weeks. 

Duration

  • Two years

Number of places

  • 40–50

Fees and funding 2015–16

  • $489,600 (£42,316).
  • No scholarships available.

Address

CUHK Business School, Room 1501, 15/F , Cheng Yu Tung Building , No. 12, Chak Cheung Street, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong