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HKUST Business School


Established in 1991, HKUST carries a vision to be a leading university with strong local commitment and significant international impact. Located in Hong Kong, HKUST Business School is characterized by a genuine blend of East meeting West. It was the first in Asia receiving dual accreditation by AACSB in the U.S. and EQUIS in Europe. The full-time MBA program has been consistently ranked no.1 in Asia and among the top in the world by Financial Times since 2010.


An international student body with over 90% non-local students from over 20 countries brings in diversity. Students will be exposed to a lot of new views, perspectives and experiences with unique and rewarding learning opportunities including Asia and China field trips. Partnering with 57 leading business schools in 18 countries, HKUST further broadens students’ international exposure through its exchange program. Students can gain the MBA program in just 12 months or in 16 months which includes internship and exchange options. They can focus on any of the five career tracks: General Management in China, Consulting, Finance, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, to tailor their study for specific career interest. 88% of HKUST graduates work in Asia after completing their MBA. 

 

About

HKUST Business School


Established in 1991, HKUST carries a vision to be a leading university with strong local commitment and significant international impact. Located in Hong Kong, HKUST Business School is characterized by a genuine blend of East meeting West. It was the first in Asia receiving dual accreditation by AACSB in the U.S. and EQUIS in Europe. The full-time MBA program has been consistently ranked no.1 in Asia and among the top in the world by Financial Times since 2010.


An international student body with over 90% non-local students from over 20 countries brings in diversity. Students will be exposed to a lot of new views, perspectives and experiences with unique and rewarding learning opportunities including Asia and China field trips. Partnering with 57 leading business schools in 18 countries, HKUST further broadens students’ international exposure through its exchange program. Students can gain the MBA program in just 12 months or in 16 months which includes internship and exchange options. They can focus on any of the five career tracks: General Management in China, Consulting, Finance, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, to tailor their study for specific career interest. 88% of HKUST graduates work in Asia after completing their MBA. 

 

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