The Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School has this opportunity to introduce a Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program for senior management in Putonghua, based on its deep roots in business management and research as well as its unique geographical advantages. Students who have successfully completed their studies and passed the assessment will be awarded a Master of Business Administration degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
EMBA (Chinese classes) will, as always, follow the tradition of "combining tradition and modernity, integrating China and the West" to provide modern managers with theoretical knowledge and practical experience in senior management in Greater China to broaden their creative thinking and International vision and to improve their ability to flexibly respond to challenges and opportunities in the ever-changing Greater China market.
Integration of the ancient and modern,learning both from China and the West;
Humanity environment and business crucibles;
Greater China elite network;
香港 - 香港（Hong Kong）
AACSB、AMBA、WUNBGS（Beta Gamma Sigma）
1, A recognized bachelor's degree or equivalent professional qualifications.
2, At least 7 years of work experience (calculated after graduation), which contains at least 5 years of management experience.
3, Take on the senior management positions currently.
业余时间学习 Spare-time study
First, for the curriculum structure, the course contains a total of 16 subjects (48 credits), including two business visits, one of which is visiting the well-known Hong Kong enterprises, and another one is overseas and visit local enterprises and also communicate with some of the well-known universities. The course will take a comprehensive teaching method and focus on learning for four consecutive days each month ("Study Week" may last 5 to 7 days), usually from Thursday to Sunday, so that students who are executives are in busy work Can also focus on the course learning.
Second, the course content is divided into four modules: (1) basic modules, including management economics, measurement methods, financial management, human resources management, marketing management and business law; (2) management modules, including operations and supply chain, strategy consulting system, Issues on business administration; (3) leadership modules, including strategic management, business strategy, business negotiation, market intelligence management; (4) value-added modules, including corporate management (Hong Kong inspection), Global Business Administration investigation study.
Third, the graduation requirements of the course
(1)The GPA of all the courses of the students need to reach at least 2.5 points;
(2) If the average grade (GPA) of a student is less than 2.5 points in a semester, the participant will be listed as a pilot student at the semester;
(3) If any of the student’s course score is equal to or below D +, he or she needs to be retrained or chooses another course after approval.
Executive Master of Business Administration, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Room 749, 7/F, Cheng Yu Tung Building
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
No. 12 Chak Cheung Street,
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong