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Academic Programmes

Building on
a Century of Excellence

Our Approach

With our faculty’s rich experience in executive education, our programmes provide executives with a high impact learning experience that combines the latest management research with the best practice techniques. To ensure executives effectively acquire the latest knowledge and perspectives, apply them in their dynamic business environment and think strategically, our world class academic faculty and consulting professionals deliver the programmes through a variety of methodologies including but not limited to the following five aspects:

Interactive Lectures and Workshops

Taught by world- class faculty members bring forth high-impact learning experience

Case Analysis

Helps participants relate concepts to their own business context and challenges

Facilitated Group Discussions

Guide participants to gain deep understanding of key concepts

Simulation Exercises

Enhance problem-solving skills and enable participants to apply learning into practice

Action Learning Projects 

Encourage participants to review their own actions and reflect on their experiences to boost performance


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​Executive Education is a meeting point between “town and gown” where cutting-edge management knowledge derived from academic research can be readily applied in daily practices.

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