The Chinese University of Hong Kong




The concentration area is reported on the transcript of students. Completion of the full-time curriculum normally takes 16 months of full-time study.

The programme allows flexibility to complete in 12 months for students opting not to engage in summer internships or student exchange programmes. They may also consider participating in the Reciprocal Recognition of Credits between CUHK and HEC, France in their 2nd year of study.


  • Have a recognized bachelor’s degree with honours (not lower than second class lower division or B grade) or equivalent professional qualification;

    • Three years of full-time work experience after obtaining their bachelor’s degree or recognized professional qualification are expected; and

    • Provide a satisfactory GMAT score

English Language Proficiency Requirement

All applicants must satisfy this requirement before admission to the MBA Programmes. To meet the requirement, the verbal score of the GMAT test will be assessed.



Objective Statement

Please describe your objectives and motives for seeking an MBA degree. The Admissions Committee places strong emphasis on this statement. The length of this statement should be limited to an A4 paper.


Two reference Letters

How long and in what capacity have you known the applicant?

What are the applicant's strong points?

What are the applicant's weak points?

In the space below, please add any comment you thin will be of assistance in assessing the applicant. A separate sheet may be appended if necessary.


Tuition fee of Full-time MBA Programme for 2010-2011 academic year is HK$6,700 per unit (HK$361,800 for the whole programme)*.

Sundry items and learning materials such as textbooks and cases are paid for separately. Each new student is required to pay the full fee for both the pre-term and first term courses before pre-term starts. After completing the first term of the first year, all students are expected to pay the tuition fee for the courses that they wish to take.

Students of the MBA Programmes are required to pay HK$450 caution money upon registration as a deposit against any debts incurred to the University. This sum, less any deductions made for outstanding debts, is refunded upon discontinuation of studies at the University. For graduating students, subject to no claim being outstanding, the caution money is converted into a graduation fee, which is payable by all students on completion of their study programmes.

*subject to final approval by University

The application fee is HKD180 (non-refundable) per programme.


Admissions Office

MBA Programmes

G01, Leung Kau Kui Building

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Shatin, N.T.

Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 2609 7783



Electronic application: