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WEBINAR | How Can An MBA Drive Your Career In Tech?

Trying to boost your chances of a career in tech? In this webinar, we look at how an MBA can help


Tue Mar 3 2020

More and more MBAs are choosing to get into tech firms, with companies like Amazon, Google, and Apple all top employers for business school grads. 

In this BusinessBecause Presents webinar, editor Marco de Novellis spoke to faculty and students from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) Business School about how an MBA can increase your chances of carving out a career in tech. 


Marco De Novellis - Editor at BusinessBecause

April Leung - Assistant Director, Marketing and Admissions at HKUST

Audrey Lee - MBA Student, Intake 2019 at HKUST

Justin Po - MBA Student, Intake 2019 at HKUST


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Student Reviews

HKUST Business School




On Campus

Excellent Supporting Staff

HKUST campus is a very scenic place. However, the best part of the university is the professors and administrators. I have had numerous instances where I have approached them outside their office hours and asked them for help. I have always received full support, and they have helped me escape some very tricky situations. I will miss the faculty and especially the UG Hall 5 Residence Master. I am grateful for his help during my undergraduate program. I will recommend people choose HKUST for their bachelor, master, or Ph.D. studies. Do experience the hall life and you will never regret it.




On Campus

Stressful university

Vibe Students in HKUST is really competitive, they study really hard. Environment Nice sea view and modern campus Teaching Many professors are from mainland, whose accent are difficult to understand sometimes. Harsh grading from most of the professors from my department Opportunities HKUST provides many opportunities and guidance for students on careers and extracurricular activities




On Campus

Hard working and motivational

Major selection activities are very competitive. 1st/2nd year students work hard to get into popular majors they want. If you enjoy working in a competitive environment, this is a great place. Great ocean view with sports facilities and activities ready for you. Many programmes and social clubs available to boost your cv, learn practical skills for future jobs and interviews.





Good for academics but not that good for student life

Professors and teaching staffs definitely know what they are teaching and have strong knowledge in their discipline; Academics can be quite tough and stressful for students as everyone works very hard and course grades are rather competitive; Student societies exist but are not extensive. Activities are also mostly non-existent.