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HKU MBA Programme Ranked No.1 in Asia by The Economist Global Ranking leaps 17 places to enter Top 25 MBA Programmes

Publishing Date: 11/10/2013 (Last Update: 11/10/2013)

HKU's MBA Programme is again ranked No. 1 in Asia for the fourth consecutive year since 2010 by The Economist. HKU MBA is now one of the Top 25 MBA Programmes in the world, its global ranking leaps 17 places from No. 41 in 2012 to No. 24 this year.

Professor Eric C. Chang, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics of The University of Hong Kong, said, "Being the best in Asia for the fourth consecutive year and one of the top 25 programmes in the world, HKU MBA is dedicated to providing first-class business education to leaders that target career advancement, career switch and individual enrichment. We do not only offer the most up-to-date business knowledge of the dynamic international environment but also the exposure, network and soft skills enhancement essential for professional and personal development. We believe our MBA students and alumni will translate the skills and knowledge they have acquired at HKU into practices that bring positive influence to the business world."

Fuelled by strong worldwide demand, the HKU's MBA programme has continued to grow in size and scope. It now offers weekend modules and market-oriented and/or China and Asia-focused electives. Its international cohort of students has made the programme truly multinational.

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