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Building on
a Century of Excellence

Director's Message

 Prof. Larry Qiu

Executive Education gives an important opportunity for senior executives to step back from their daily work to rethink, recharge and reconsider. When they return to their jobs, they will bring fresh insights, new knowledge, broad perspectives and good strategies to their organisations.

The core mission of our Executive Education is to develop disciplined and innovative leaders and to generate frontier ideas that would advance management practices.

Executive Education at The University of Hong Kong offers a variety of high quality programmes. Our programmes include broad-based and internationally oriented courses that are tuned in to the fast changing business environment. We also collaborate with our clients to customise programmes to meet their specific needs in executive training and leadership development. With the emergence of China as one of the largest economic powers of the 21st century, we also offer programmes focusing on the executive development for the Chinese enterprises. We are driven by innovation and we look for ways and means to enhance our services to the business community and the public sector.

Our Executive Education programmes are run and taught by distinguished professors and experienced business leaders. They will bring in the latest research  findings and the best business practices to the training programmes.


Professor Larry Qiu
Director, Executive Education
‚ÄčAssociate Dean (Knowledge Exchange)
Faculty of Business and Economics






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