Our student body comprises a mix of vibrant cultural and academic backgrounds. Students will gain immediate insights on cultural issues in the global economy and benefit from working with closeknit cross-cultural teams to understand real-world business problems. Daily interactions in the classroom, enrichment activities and social settings will play a significant role in the program study.

The Class of 2015-2016 Intake

The students of the 2015-16 intake form a good balance of diversity. The majority of the class graduated from universities in Mainland China (68%), while some graduated in Hong Kong (13%) and the rest graduated in Europe (11%), the US (4%) and other countries (4%).

2015-16 Intake-Countries in which first degree was obtained


The majority of the students in the 2015-16 intake possess a degree in business disciplines, such as Finance, Economics, Accounting, and Management & Business Administration. However, over 20% of the students were from non-business backgrounds, with degrees in areas such as Arts & Humanities, Biology & Science Technology etc. 

Education background by Undregraduate Major (2015-16 Intake)