Hong Kong’s oldest institution for higher education, the University of Hong Kong (HKU) has a strategic location in the midst of a vibrant city that is looked upon as the land of opportunities and an international business hub.
The HKU business school serves as a good choice for those looking for a reputed, well-known school nestled in the heart of Asia.
The HKU MBA program has been ranked 29th in the world by the Financial Times in 2021.
With an intimate class of around 50 (54% female) with an average age of 28-29, the class represents around 15 nationalities. The average work experience is 5-6 years.
The tuition fee for the current academic year is HK$588,000.
The employment rate was 90%, with 92% students finding job opportunities in Asia. 75% managed to change job functions, 60% changed job industries while 60% changed job locations.
The top industry destination for post-MBA jobs was financial services (35%), followed by consulting & advisory services (18%), technology (13%) and consumer goods, fashion, retail (13%).
Sameer Kamat, founder of MBA Crystal Ball, is in conversation with Sachin Tipnis who heads the MBA, EMBA Global Asia (joint Executive MBA degree with Columbia and London Business School) and 7 specialized Masters programs at HKU Business School.