The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Business schools

The Chinese University of Hong Kong


14/F., Cheng Yu Tung Building,12 Chak Cheung Street, 

Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong (map)

Telephone: (852) 3943 7782



Core advantages: 

Longest Established Asia MBA Program

Since 1966, the CUHK MBA has nurtured almost 6,600 alumni, responding to demand with a part-time program launched in 1977 and an EMBA program in 1993.

Strong Regional and Global Connections

Our leading role in business education is well represented by partnership programs in the region and over 1,000 alumni working in China. Each year 80-85% of our graduates are placed in Asia.

Truly Diverse Class Profile

From more than 20 nationalities and a host of industry backgrounds, our students are international business professionals who provide distinct perspectives that enrich in-class interactions.

Powerful Career Support

Our Career Management Center, led by senior HR executives, facilitates students hone their interests and develop management skills to fulfill Asia career.

Pioneering Entrepreneurship Track

As the first Hong Kong MBA program with an entrepreneurship concentration, we offer a range of courses that focusing on venture capital investment and startups.

Key Employers: BNP Paribas, The Boston Consulting Group, Credit Suisse, Citigroup Inc., IBM Global Business Services, Johnson & Johnson, Legend Capital, Louis Vuitton (China) Company Ltd.

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MBA programs

Full time MBA
Duration of program
Full-time: 12 Months (without exchange programs) / 16 Months (including exchange programs). Part-time: 24 Months.
Full-time USD 70,400, Part-time USD 52,500 (for 2018 intake)

* The above tuition fees for the 2018-2019 academic year is subject to University Approval. 

Admissions Requirements

Min. GMAT Score: 600

Min. TOEFL Score: 550 Paper-based; 213 computer-based; and 79 internet-based

Min. IELTS: 6,5

Min. years of working experience: 3

Application fee: USD 150 (for 2017 intake)

A recognized bachelor’s degree with honors (not lower than second class lower division or B grade) or equivalent professional qualification.

Student profile

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