HKUST is a dynamic and forward-thinking University that embraces a truly global outlook and an innovative spirit. Founded in 1991, they have rapidly established themselves as a top global institution and built a respectable reputation in the region. The MBA program has developed a unique east-west educational ethos centered on the core values of excellence, diversity, open-minded curiosity and an upbeat “can do” spirit.
It was one of the first business schools in Asia to be awarded accreditation by both the US-based AACSB International and Europe-based EQUIS. According to the Financial Times the HKUST MBA consistently ranks among the top business schools in Asia and the top 15 globally. The Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program, jointly organized with Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University was ranked number 1 in the world.The Financial Times Global MBA Rankings ranked HKUST as #3 in Career Progress and International Course Experience, and #5 in International Mobility.
HKUST’s elite MBA program admits around 90 – 100 students per intake, and with more than 90% international students representing more than 20 nationalities, students can expect to meet a diverse group of talented individuals from different countries, professional backgrounds and personalities. The university has also strengthened it’s curriculum with exchange programs, business case competitions, career treks and field trips to help widen each MBA student’s global perspective. The international learning experience provided clearly sets HKUST MBA apart from other programs in the region.
Yearly tuition fee for the Full Time MBA program for the 2020 intake is an estimated US$75,300. Total cost of the program, including tuition, accommodation, textbooks, living expenses, miscellaneous costs and optional field trips, will be an estimated US$105,400. This applies for both the 12-month and 16-month Full Time MBAs as both require 52 credits.
As per employment data of the latest graduating class, 95% of the MBA graduates were employed within 3 months of graduating, with a mean annual base salary of US$76,310.