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Kammy Lee
Class of 2017
HKU provides structured programme which includes all the necessary knowledge for management decisions
Emma Lee
Class of 2017
The tranquility of the Cyberport Campus has given me the pleasure of enjoying weekends surrounded by lovely classmates in a beautiful setting. This must have been the best choice for accomplishing my goal of seeking knowledge in balance with my busy work life
Channie Yan
Class of 2017
I never expected that taking the HKU MBA could help me pursue a more accomplished career
Dana Lin
Class of 2016
For those looking to join the part-time programme, I would suggest making sure of the underlying motives to benefit from the nearly fully customisable MBA programme, and take home as much knowledge as possible while opening up to one of Hong Kong's largest MBA alumni networks.
Gloria Siu
Class of 2016
“If there is a will, there is a way.” Getting an MBA is not easy and requires a lot of dedication. However the outcome is immeasurable, so my advice would be to persevere and commit, you are stronger than you think you are.
Leo Peng
Class of 2016
“Even when walking in a party of no more than three, I can always be certain of learning from those I am with.” The programme has brought together a selection of high-calibre men and women
Brian Leung
Class of 2016
As I progress further into my career, I find myself looking for advancement opportunities in leadership and management which the part-time HKU MBA programme provides for
Christine Li
Class of 2016
The MBA programme provided by the University of Hong Kong has such a broad scope and comprehensive curriculum that it satisfies the various needs of different students
Natalie Yiu
Class of 2016
Nevertheless, these two academic years will be ‘no pain, no gain’. As has been said, "Success is 99% attitude and 1% aptitude." - Celestine Chua
Freddie Feng
Class of 2016
“Every choice has tradeoffs; strategy is contingent” (Managerial Economics), “To determine the mismatch between your strengths and opportunities and to leverage your strengths to reduce the mismatch” (Organizational Leadership), These are some of the valuable takeaways from the wealth of profound perception that I have gained from my MBA classes