PATHWAY TO THE FUTURE
PATHWAY TO THE FUTURE
At HKUST, we spearhead education with a positive impact on society and the environment.

Lead sustainably, act ethically. Adopt a responsible approach and hold corporations accountable for executing sustainable practices.

Why Should This Matter to You?

Responsible leaders strive to shape a sustainable future together. From vision development to stakeholder management and implementation, you will widen your perspective on how businesses can be operated in a more sustainable manner.

Throughout your MBA journey, you will have many opportunities to learn about frameworks and theories for managing projects that involve sustainability.

Learn from Industry Practitioners

Learn from Industry Practitioners
Learn from Industry Practitioners

Learn from Industry Practitioners

You will learn about topics such as innovation in sustainable products, green finance, supply chain sustainability, and business ethics to embrace mindful and sustainable practices. You will discover how to lead corporations to exert a positive impact on the world. Courses on sustainable leadership include the following:

  • Sustainability Applications in the Corporate World
  • Understanding and Excelling in the New World of Sustainable Business
  • Responsible Leadership and Ethics
  • ESG investing and green finance strategy for portfolio management
Varun Sood

ESG has gathered momentum in the business and finance world. I believe that it will be a very lucrative career path in the long term.

Varun Sood

Full-Time MBA, Class of 2021

Post-MBA: Senior Associate, Climate & Sustainability, PwC

RUN YOUR OWN STUDENT-LED SUSTAINABILITY ACTIVITIES

In recent years, our MBA students have taken the lead in implementing real-life sustainability projects.

For instance, the MBA Consulting & Social Impact Club delivered a strategy presentation on finance and innovative marketing to Habitat for Humanity HK in the 2020/21 academic year. In 2021, the club took on an NGO’s pro bono project as external consultants. They were honored to receive invaluable insights from Plan International Hong Kong into how NGOs function financially.