The HKU Master of Global Management is built on three groups of modules that incorporate individual, organizational and national knowledge pertinent to effective management of global issues. The courses will be delivered by faculty members from HKU and other top overseas university as well as highly experienced top executives.
The curriculum extends over a minimum of one academic year to a maximum of two academic years for full-time study. Students normally finish the programme in one academic year.
Classes are conducted on weekdays (morning/afternoon/evening) and Saturdays (morning/afternoon) at HKU Cyberport Campus, our Admiralty Town Centre or other venues.
Students are required to successfully complete 10 six-credit courses (60 credits). Those who have failed a core course are required to retake it. If the failed course is an elective, another elective can be chosen as a substitute. To graduate from our programme, the number of failed courses over the entire period of study cannot exceed two, and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above must be achieved.