CUHK Business School’s MBA programme is ranked 43rd in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018 released on 29 January 2018. The programme’s three-year average ranking is 35th, maintaining its position among Asia’s top 8.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School’s MBA programme is ranked 43rd in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018 released on 29 January. The programmes’ three-year average ranking is 35th, maintaining its position among Asia’s top 8.
The ranking tracked the career progression of our 2014 graduating class three years after they attained their MBA qualification. This year, CUHK MBA is ranked among the top four in Asia in terms of international board, as well as among the top eight for international course experience in the region. This shows the success of the School’s continuous effort in developing an international learning experience for its students through overseas exchanges, research projects, study tours and company internships. The programme is also ranked among the top four in Asia for international mobility, demonstrating the programme is able to enhance its full-time graduates’ adaptability and versatility in work environment across countries and cultures.
For some of the heavily weighted ratings, especially those pertaining to our graduates’ career progress, the School will reinforce the support to help our students. To provide better career support to our MBA students, the School has recently launched a new Career Management Centre (CMC) on the 4th floor of the Cheng Yu Tung Building. Through a well-structured career advancement and management programme for our students throughout their studies, CMC can facilitate their next career move by helping them identify their career interests and abilities, as well as develop the required leadership skills to fulfill their career aspirations.
Learn more about Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018 results here.