The employment rates displayed under Supply Chain are not very high for these schools but I'm not sure if that's because in general not too many students go into this field or because of these particular unis. Any opinions?
Supply chain - HKU vs HKUST
Because of the Commonwealth heritage of Hong Kong, a degree in SCM, operations or logistics is more likely to be an MSc than an MBA. Check out HKUST's MSc in operations, HKU's MEng in logistics, and the SCM programmes at CUHK, the Polytechnic, HSU and Lingnan. An MBA will tend to be a general management degree.
I see! I wasn't aware of that at all. Thanks for the info. I'll check out those programs now and have a good walk through and comparison.
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