HKU MBA Ranked 12th in Financial Times Top MBAs for Finance

Immediate Release

(May 1, 2017 – Hong Kong) In the inaugural Top MBAs for Finance1 released by The Financial Time today, HKU MBA Programme has been ranked No. 12 in the world and is the No. 1 Asian school.

Financial Times Top MBAs for Finance Ranking is formulated bases on the following broad factors:

  • alumni career progress,
  • alumni in finance,
  • diversity of students, and
  • research in finance.

HKU MBA ranked second and is the highest-ranked in Greater China region in terms of “moved to finance”.  Alumni average salary has an average increase of 114% over their pre-MBA salaries, indicating that the Programme has enhanced its full-time graduates’ employability and career advancement.

The MBA Programme is tailored to offer the best business education to successful leaders who aspire to achieve professional advancement, career progress and individual enrichment.  With strong demands from the globe, the HKU MBA Programme continues to grow in scale, providing week-day and week-end modules, market-oriented and/or China- and Asia-focused electives.  In order to provide a sharper focus to fit the career goals, aspirations and directions of different students, HKU MBA has also strengthened the career development services.  The diversified value-added components of the Programme will further students’ advancement beyond intellectual growth and secure them with brighter prospects.  Students of the Programme come from different parts of the world which makes HKU MBA multinational and international.

1 Financial Times MBAs for Finance Ranking:


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