Full-time MBA curriculum includes both core and elective courses. Core course carries 3 units while elective course carries 1.5 or 3 units. Each academic year is divided into three regular terms plus an optional summer term. To graduate, students must successfully complete 54 units.
Students can complete their MBA studies in as few as 12 months. Alternatively, they may participate in a wide range of summer internships or world-wide exchange programs and extend their studies to 16 months. To know more, please visit here.
Part-time MBA curriculum consists of core and elective courses. Core course carries 3 units while elective course carries 1.5 or 3 units. Each academic year is divided into three regular terms and a summer term. To graduate, part-time students are required to complete 51 units within 24 months normally.
To fit into part-time students’ busy lives, we provide face-to-face courses and flex MBA courses (50% on-campus and 50% online) to maximize your learning and balance between study, work and family. To discover both learning modes, please visit here.* Students may also pursue a general MBA degree or an MBA degree with one of the concentration options: Finance and Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
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Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a forward-looking comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West. CUHK Business School is a leading business school and a pioneer in business education in Hong Kong. The Business School has the largest business school alumni network in Hong Kong, with over 34,000 alumni worldwide.
CUHK MBA is the longest established MBA in Asia
The 137.3-hectare campus built on a hillside is the largest in Hong Kong
CUHK graduates will benefit from the network 34,000 alumni around the world
More than 90% of our fulltime students come from outside of Hong Kong.
The male to female ratio is nearly 50:50 at CUHK!
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