CUHK Business School, Chinese University of Hong Kong (People's Republic of China)

Faculty of Business Administration, Chinese University of Hong Kong (People's Republic of China)Founded in 1963, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a forward looking comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West. CUHK teachers and students hail from all corners of the world.


CUHK was ranked 46th worldwide in the World's Best University: Top 200 by U.S. News & World Report and the fourth best university in Asia by the 2010 QS Asian University Rankings.

The Chinese University is the only institute in Hong Kong with Nobel laureates, including Chen Ning Yang (Physics 1957), James Mirrlees (Economics 1996), Robert Alexander Mundell (Economics 1999) and Charles K. Kao (Physics 2009).


CUHK Business School of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has been the pioneer in business education in Hong Kong and the first institution to establish a full-time MBA degree program back in 1966. A leader in business education in the region, the Faculty provides top quality programs of study through its two schools and four departments. Its Bachelor of Business Administration program is the best in Hong Kong. Its MBA and EMBA programs are well-recognized internationally and consistently ranked among the best in the region and in the world. 


Key Facts (2009)


•          Undergraduate Programs;

•          Master Programs;

•          MBA Programs;

•          EMBA Programs;

•          MPhil-Phd Programs;

•          Postgraduate Diploma;

•          Executive Education.



-          Undergraduate Programs: 2,300;

-          Postgraduate Programs: 1,600.



-          Undergraduate Programs: 12,000;

-          Postgraduate Programs: 8,300.



FBA CUHK Accreditations and Rankings

CUHK pioneered international affiliations in Hong Kong through the accreditation with the AACSB International in 1999, one of the first two business schools in Asia to be awarded such recognition. The school ranks No. 28 worldwide in the Financial Times Global Full-time MBA Ranking 2010. The Executive MBA Program has scored high in the Financial Times 2009 ranking as the top 19 EMBA program worldwide. The Program has been consistently ranked high among the world's top 20 EMBA programs since the newspaper's first launch of global EMBA ranking in 2001.