The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is established. At that time, New Asia College and United College each had a Faculty of Commerce, while Chung Chi College had a Department of Economics and Business Administration under the Faculty of Arts.
CUHK is granted funds by the Trustees of the Lingnan University (currently Lingnan Foundation) in New York to establish “The Lingnan Institute of Business Administration” and launches the first two-year MBA programme in Hong Kong.
A new university-wide Faculty of Business Administration is established to replace the original Faculties of Commerce and Department of Economics and Business Administration. The new faculty consists of three departments: Accounting & Finance; General Business Management and Personnel Management; and Marketing and International Business.
Generous donations from renowned entrepreneurs and tycoons, including Mr. King-Hey Fung and Dr. Yu-Tung Cheng, enable CUHK to launch the first three-year part-time MBA programme in Hong Kong.
The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business is established to provide training programmes, research and consultancy services for the business sector.
Leung Kau Kui Building is completed and would serve as the home of the Faculty of Business Administration until 2010.
The Department of Accountancy is renamed the School of Accountancy.
The first Executive MBA programme in Hong Kong is launched.
The School of Hotel and Tourism Management is established.
The BSc in Quantitative Finance programme is launched.
The Faculty launches the MBA programme in Finance with Tsinghua University.
The BBA in Insurance, Financial & Actuarial Analysis programme is launched.
The Executive Master of Professional Accountancy programme is launched in partnership with the Shanghai National Accounting Institute.
The Global Business Studies programme is launched.
The first teaching hotel in Hong Kong in collaboration with New World Development is established.
The new Cheng Yu Tung Building becomes the home of the Faculty of Business Administration.
The Executive MBA (Chinese) programme is offered in both Shenzhen and Hong Kong as the Shenzhen Executive Centre opens.
The Faculty of Business Administration, The Chinese University of Hong Kong is rebranded as CUHK Business School with a new brand platform and logo.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen is approved by the Chinese State Ministry of Education. The School of Management and Economics receives its first undergraduate cohort.