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Hi, i am from india and would be interested in applying for the university of hong kong course for the full time MBA programme in finance. Just wanted to know how is the program structure and how are the prospects after the MBA course. I want work in hong kong. Help would be really appreciated.

Hi, i am from india and would be interested in applying for the university of hong kong course for the full time MBA programme in finance. Just wanted to know how is the program structure and how are the prospects after the MBA course. I want work in hong kong. Help would be really appreciated.
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Hi, i am from india and would be interested in applying for the university of hong kong course for the full time MBA programme in finance. Just wanted to know how is the program structure and how are the prospects after the MBA course. I want work in hong kong. Help would be really appreciated.


Finance at HKU is pretty weak not sure if you are aware of that, you would be able to take few classes on exchange at LBS or Columbia but overall HKU is by no means a finance school.

<blockquote>Hi, i am from india and would be interested in applying for the university of hong kong course for the full time MBA programme in finance. Just wanted to know how is the program structure and how are the prospects after the MBA course. I want work in hong kong. Help would be really appreciated.</blockquote>

Finance at HKU is pretty weak not sure if you are aware of that, you would be able to take few classes on exchange at LBS or Columbia but overall HKU is by no means a finance school.
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The best finance focused program you can enroll in Hong Kong is M.S. in Global Finance NYU/HK-UST dual degree program, but this is more of an executive type of program.

HKU is developing, but HK-UST is still miles ahead especially when it comes to Finance and Entrepreneurship.

The best finance focused program you can enroll in Hong Kong is M.S. in Global Finance NYU/HK-UST dual degree program, but this is more of an executive type of program.

HKU is developing, but HK-UST is still miles ahead especially when it comes to Finance and Entrepreneurship.
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Malia

aristotles, are you one of those paid HKUST marketing poeple?

aristotles, are you one of those paid HKUST marketing poeple?
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lukeh

Good question!

But, just because someone is enthusiastic about a school, hopefully doesnt necessarily mean that they are being paid to market it!

Good question!

But, just because someone is enthusiastic about a school, hopefully doesnt necessarily mean that they are being paid to market it!
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aristotles, are you one of those paid HKUST marketing poeple?


excuse me?

<blockquote>aristotles, are you one of those paid HKUST marketing poeple?</blockquote>

excuse me?
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Malia


excuse me?


I take that as a no. There have been several people trying to "sell" HKUST on this board inn the last year. HKUST actually would not need that kind of promotion.

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excuse me?
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I take that as a no. There have been several people trying to "sell" HKUST on this board inn the last year. HKUST actually would not need that kind of promotion.
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excuse me?


I take that as a no. There have been several people trying to "sell" HKUST on this board inn the last year. HKUST actually would not need that kind of promotion.


yes i would agree with your comment, in HK, HK-UST does not need any promotion. I believe the school in question at first was HKU and I voiced my opinion, that is all.

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excuse me?
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I take that as a no. There have been several people trying to "sell" HKUST on this board inn the last year. HKUST actually would not need that kind of promotion.</blockquote>

yes i would agree with your comment, in HK, HK-UST does not need any promotion. I believe the school in question at first was HKU and I voiced my opinion, that is all.

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Hey, whats the GMAT score we need to apply for the dual MS in FIN program and would also like to know the prospects after the course as i would like to get in to investment banking.If i can get thru the course then i would also like to take up CFA to add value to my profile.My intrests would be to work in honk kong or singapore.
thnks

Hey, whats the GMAT score we need to apply for the dual MS in FIN program and would also like to know the prospects after the course as i would like to get in to investment banking.If i can get thru the course then i would also like to take up CFA to add value to my profile.My intrests would be to work in honk kong or singapore.
thnks
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Thomas

HKUST is a great business school! Good luck to all!

Kind regards,
Thomas
http://thomaswai.blogspot.com
http://mylittleshortstory.blogspot.com

HKUST is a great business school! Good luck to all!

Kind regards,
Thomas
http://thomaswai.blogspot.com
http://mylittleshortstory.blogspot.com
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Hey, whats the GMAT score we need to apply for the dual MS in FIN program and would also like to know the prospects after the course as i would like to get in to investment banking.If i can get thru the course then i would also like to take up CFA to add value to my profile.My intrests would be to work in honk kong or singapore.
thnks


hello, unfortunately its not the gmat score that gets you accepted. Work experience and future potential is the key consideration in that program, its sorts of an alternative to EMBA for people stricly interested in Finance in Asia-Pacific. This program was my number one choice but the first intake was extremely competitive and I did not make it. Many VPs, PMs, Traders, etc, certainly not for someone looking to switch industries.
As for prospects if you can get in, its really good networking to say the least.

<blockquote>Hey, whats the GMAT score we need to apply for the dual MS in FIN program and would also like to know the prospects after the course as i would like to get in to investment banking.If i can get thru the course then i would also like to take up CFA to add value to my profile.My intrests would be to work in honk kong or singapore.
thnks
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hello, unfortunately its not the gmat score that gets you accepted. Work experience and future potential is the key consideration in that program, its sorts of an alternative to EMBA for people stricly interested in Finance in Asia-Pacific. This program was my number one choice but the first intake was extremely competitive and I did not make it. Many VPs, PMs, Traders, etc, certainly not for someone looking to switch industries.
As for prospects if you can get in, its really good networking to say the least.



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