Fields of Study: Business Administration, Economics
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a leading research university with a global vision to combine tradition with modernity and integrate China with the West. Take advantage of this unique opportunity for study abroad in a highly-ranked global MBA program.
This is an MBA program that offers business and management coursework.
The MBA Program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong is on a quarter system. Undergraduate programs are on the semester system so undergraduate courses are not open to graduate students with the exception of Chinese language study.
The MBA program offers business and management coursework. All courses are taught in English with the exception of some elective courses.
Unique study opportunities
- Design and implement a digital business model.
- Create a plan for a sustainable business.
- Work on a real global venture and present it to a group of executives and investors.
- Learn how to become a leader for the digital age.
LanguageLanguage of Instruction: English
Language Study: Chinese language study is optional.
Courses and credit
Requirements While Abroad
To successfully complete this program:
- Take a full-time course of study: Three or four courses for a total of 12-16 quarter/9-12 semester UC units
Current Program Courses
CUHK MBA curriculum offers courses that balance theory and practice. Learn through business practicums, entrepreneurship training, the finance and technology concentration, or the entrepreneurship and innovation concentration.
Instructors usually distribute syllabi and reading lists at the beginning of the course. Group projects are common in business administration.
While courses are taught in English, Cantonese is the language used in dormitories and in the community. Some basic Cantonese will facilitate your interactions both in classes and in everyday activities. Lecturers may have accents that are difficult to understand. Before finalizing course enrollment, make sure you understand the main lecturer in each course.
You are expected to study independently, do the background reading, and incorporate class work and reading in your written papers. Student-centered inquiry and problem-based learning are encouraged.
You will earn direct UC credit and grades for all coursework. Grades for the fall semester are typically available in mid-March.