Being the only business school in Hong Kong, also amongst the 1% of business schools worldwide, with triple accreditation by the three most prestigious global accreditation bodies –– AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS, HKBU School of Business is just as credible as it is progressive.
This recognition looks stellar on CVs, as does specialised knowledge. For aspiring postgraduate students with specific visions, the school offers taught postgraduate programmes that cover Accountancy, Business Administration and Management, Corporate Governance, Economics and Data Analytics, Finance and FinTech, Human Resources Management, as well as Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
All lead to outstanding outcomes. Just ask its graduates.
“We focus on producing graduates who have entrepreneurial thinking, a sense of ethics and social responsibility, technology skills to cope with the digital transformation, and a global vision.”
Prof. Gerard Prendergast
Associate Dean (Internationalisation) HKBU School of Business
Located in Hong Kong –– one of the world’s most important financial centres, surrounded by major global trade and business developments –– is a business school that cultivates professional and personal growth. At Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) School of Business, a new generation of innovative leaders are produced –– each with the drive and know-how to trailblaze their pursuits to the top.
Professor Gerard Prendergast, Associate Dean (Internationalisation) of HKBU School of Business states the school’s aims and objectives best.
60TH GLOBALLY FOR IMPACT (Times Higher Education World University Impact Rankings in 2019)
A TOP 15 YOUNG UNIVERSITY IN ASIA FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS (QS World University Rankings)
A TOP 25 ASIA-PACIFIC BUSINESS SCHOOL (Financial Times in 2018)
THE ONLY TRIPLE ACCREDITED BUSINESS SCHOOL IN HONG KONG (ALSO AMONGST THE 1% OF BUSINESS SCHOOLS WORLDWIDE) BY AACSB, AMBA AND EQUIS
In “Asia’s World City,” the same support and various other offerings await the arrival of international students. HKBU School of Business specifically designs a range of events for this particular group of students, such as farewells, homecoming nights, festive celebrations and contests. Many are encouraged to practise internationalisation through interaction, such as the 2021 International Carnival x Virtual Triathlon, the 2021 IIBD International Case Competition, World’s Got Talent @HKBU Contest and the HKBU Virtual Run.
International exchange programmes further emphasise the importance of cultural perspectives. Thanks to the university and school’s formal exchange agreements with over 250 leading universities in more than 40 countries, students can complete part of their degree abroad.
Success stories inspire students from all over the world to start writing their own at the HKBU School of Business. Before even arriving in Hong Kong, there is a team of faculty and administration staff ready and waiting to ensure full support and a smooth transition.
Global affairs are monitored, concerns are addressed, applications are a breeze, online engagement stays frequent, and quarantine living is vibrant. The September 2020 cohort of international students and their juniors can confirm this. This level of concern and care is part of the School of Business’s Internationalisation Section which ensures its “Be U. Be caring” spirit is alive online and on site.
When students and graduates are planning to take their first steps into the workforce, the HKBU Career Centre and the school’s Career Services Section are there to help all students from HKBU and solely for business students respectively. They provide support to those on the hunt for internships or job opportunities –– internationally and domestically.
To ensure the CVs of students are placed at the top of the pile, they offer industry seminars, corporate visits, business skills enhancement workshops, personalised counselling sessions, a comprehensive job portal that highlights a suite of career-related information such as market trends, salary guides, interview techniques, and CV writing tips, plus much more.
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