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HKU Full-time MBA Advantage

Worldwide Recognition

In The Economist’s latest World MBA Rankings, the programme is yet again ranked first in Asia for the 7th consecutive year, and for 3 years average has achieved No. 28 rank worldwide. Given the relatively short history of the full-time MBA programme at HKU, the Faculty of Business and Economics’ achievement of such high regional and world rankings is impressive indeed. In addition to The Economist rankings, the HKU MBA is consistently ranked amongst the top programmes in the world in other scales.

The Programme in the Financial Times ranking, has a 3 years average of No. 34 in the world. We are one of the region’s youngest MBA programmes, but have managed to grow and build one of its most dynamic in a very short period of time.

In the 2017 Financial Times ranking of ‘Top MBAs for Finance’, HKU MBA is ranked No. 12 in the world and is the No. 1 Asian school.‚Äč

QS Global 200 MBA Rankings 2014/15

HKU MBA is one of the top programmes for the employability of MBA graduates in Asia-Pacific.

In the latest QS MBA rankings, HKU MBA is ranked one of the top programmes in Asia-Pacific. QS Global 200 Business Schools survey captures the preferred set of business schools each responding employer wishes to recruit from; either now, in the recent past or in the near future. QS asks international employers to select the schools from which they consider hiring MBA graduates. These rankings have one focus: The employability of MBA graduates.

HKU as a whole is ranked No. 27 in the world in the QS World University Rankings® 2016/17, and the university is consistently ranked one of the top universities in Asia in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.