FINANCING YOUR MBA
Enrolling in an MBA program is an important commitment; as such, good financial planning is essential. Non-Hong Kong residents must apply for a student visa, which requires proof of sufficient financial resources to support your studies.
The Part-time MBA (Weekly Mode) program costs HK$490,000 for Intake 2024. This covers the tuition fee, textbooks and course materials for core courses (excluding course material for electives), as well as certain enrichment activities.
Successful applicants are required to pay a non-refundable deposit of HK$65,000 (provisional, approximately US$8,300) when accepting the offer of admission, which is deducted from their outstanding fee. The remainder of the fee is normally paid in two installments.
Our part-time MBA program is listed as a reimbursable course by the Continuing Education Fund. This fund provides reimbursement of up to HK$25,000 for eligible Hong Kong residents who fulfill the criteria.
Eligible Hong Kong residents may apply for Extended Non-means Tested Loan provided by the Government's Student Financial Assistance Agency. Loan applications are subject to the Agency’s approval and often take over one month to process.
We offer the HKUST MBA Merit Scholarship and Awards to outstanding part-time MBA candidates of Intake 2024. Candidates will be considered based on a holistic assessment of their application. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Awarded by HKUST MBA alumnus Mr. Terry Tsang and HKUST alumnus Mr. Terence Tsang, the scholarship is offered to newly admitted candidates who demonstrate excellent work experience, international exposure and academic performance, also with outstanding performance in the admissions process.
Sponsored by HKUST MBA alumnus Mr. Terry Tsang and HKUST alumnus Mr. Terence Tsang, this scholarship aims to recognize academic excellence and is granted to a HKUST MBA student based on the highest overall CGA upon completion of program required credits by a designated term. The Award is available to Intake 2024 HKUST MBA students.