In the HKUST Part-time MBA (Bi-Weekly Mode) program, we strive to create a stimulating learning environment through our emphasis on recruiting diverse talents from around the world and of various professional and cultural backgrounds.
Be prepared to crystalize your learning into applicable business skills and knowledge by participating in stimulating discussions and intensive interactions with your classmates.
Our world-acclaimed MBA program attracts the brightest minds from a wide range of backgrounds.
You will study with a cohort of classmates from diverse professional backgrounds and of a variety of domains of focus, such as consulting, general management, finance, technology and engineering.
In the HKUST MBA program, you will enjoy optimum class sizes that foster effective learning.
Every student has plentiful opportunities to interact meaningfully with our faculty members. Our low student–faculty ratio also helps our students build closer connections with their classmates through group projects and engaging discussions
Our Class Profile
Over 80% of our Part-time (Bi-Weekly Mode) students are from outside of Hong Kong, and we enroll students from diverse professional backgrounds. The proportion of female students is generally around 45%. A world-class MBA program in Asia offering such diverse exposure and connections is rare.
The HKUST MBA student and alumni community represents talents from diverse regions. Be ready to immerse yourself in a stimulating learning environment.
- Hong Kong Housing Society
- Midea Group
- Ping An
- Porter & Gamble
- BI Norwegian Business School
- Fudan University
- Huazhong University of Science and Technology
- Michigan State University
- Shanghai Jiao Tong University
- Sun Yat-sen University
- Tongji University
- University College London
- University of Bern
- University of California, Davis
- University of California, San Diego
- University of Hong Kong
- University of Melbourne
- University of Technology Sydney
- University Putra Malaysia
- Zhejiang University
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