MBA in Hong Kong
Considering Hong Kong as your study destination?
Hong Kong is a densely populated, global financial center that through a combination of low taxes and an international financial market has established one of the strongest economies in the world relative to its size. As a result of a history of both British and Chinese colonial rule, the region’s two official languages are English and Chinese, making for a unique mix of dialects and cultures. That blend of east and west also permeates the region’s architecture, where towering skyscrapers (Hong Kong has more than anywhere else in the world) stand side-by-side with British and Chinese-style structures.
In general each one of Hong Kong’s 11 universities has a primary language of instruction which is either Chinese or English. But no matter the language, the region’s universities are world-class and five of the 11 appeared in the top 100 of the most recent QS World University Ranking. It certainly makes Hong Kong one of the most appealing places to study in the world; a destination which can offer a plethora of English language programs, world-renowned universities and access to the fastest-growing economy in the world that is Asia’s.
- Hong Kong has twice as many skyscrapers as New York City
- Despite its densely populated cityspace, around 75% of Hong Kong is rural, green or woodland
- Hong Kong has very strict restrictions on smoking, meaning the smoking rate has gone from 23% in the 1980s to less than 10% today
- Horse racing is easily the most watched sport in Hong Kong and generates the largest horse race gambling turnover in the world
- The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is the fourth largest stock exchange in the world
Graduate Schools in Hong Kong
Top MBA Programs in Hong Kong
5 things you need to know
What do I need to know if I want to study in Hong Kong?
Living and studying in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the most expensive places to live in the world. You can expect to pay somewhere between €10,000 to €30,000 per year for a master’s degree. Their top-ranked MBA programs are likely to cost upwards of €60,000 per year. Accommodation, meanwhile, is likely to cost you somewhere between €1,000 – €2,000 per month.
Do I need to get a visa to study in Hong Kong?
How reputable are universities in Hong Kong?
The University of Hong Kong was the first higher education institution to be founded here when it opened its doors in 1911, and since then it has established itself as one of the best in Asia along with the likes of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). All of these universities rank in the top 100 globally.
What is the job market like for graduates there?
With around one-third of Hong Kong’s population holding a degree, securing a master’s/MBA is key to standing out from the crowd and securing yourself a dream job after graduating.
Are there a lot of international students in Hong Kong?
International students make up around 20% of the total student population in Hong Kong, with the majority of those (65%) coming from mainland China.