MBA in Hong Kong
Doing an MBA in Hong Kong is a great way to experience one of Asia's most important hubs. Indeed, Hong Kong is one of the world's biggest financial centers, and it's home to a diverse range of people and cultures. Many international students head to Hong Kong, where the English language is commonly spoken.
And a number of business schools offer MBA programs in Hong Kong. Many of these degrees are offered in English, and some are offered in Chinese. Some of the business schools in Hong Kong are accredited by AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB, and a few of them even appear in the main international MBA rankings publications. Some business schools offer full-time, one-year MBA programs in Hong Kong, and others offer part-time programs and executive degrees as well.
Students who do an MBA in Hong Kong will have easy access to the financial industry and other strong sectors, allowing for networking and career-building activities. Beyond the financial sector, other strong industries in Hong Kong include international trade, consulting, and tourism, among others.
An MBA in Hong Kong can lead to jobs in the city-state or in other parts of Asia and the rest of the world.
See below for a listing of all MBA programs in Hong Kong.
All MBA Programs in Hong Kong
Executive MBA: Executive MBA more
Part-Time: OneChina MBA more
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