Executive Education

Executive Education in Hong Kong

Hong Kong CampusUniversity of Chicago's Global Center in Hong Kong

Chicago Booth is devoted to excellence and developing global leaders. And our global landscape is expanding with a $30 million grant from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. This grant supports the construction of the University of Chicago’s global center in Hong Kong, creating a hub for scholarship and research in Asia and new programming to strengthen Hong Kong’s social sector. Learn More »

Open Enrollment ProgramsOpen Enrollment Programs

By attending our Executive Education programs in Hong Kong, you and your team will have access to worldrenowned Chicago Booth MBA faculty, industry leaders, and a global network of top professionals. Attendees of our programs include senior-level executives in a range of industries and functions.

Hong Kong Jockey Club ScholarshipHong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust proudly awards scholarships to local social sector executives who seek to enhance their leadership skills. In an effort to build capacity of local NGO and social enterprise leaders, the Trust provides scholarships to Executive Education programs at the Chicago Booth – Hong Kong Campus. Learn More About Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship »

Hong Kong Special Events and Information Sessions

Learn more about the Chicago Booth community by attending an upcoming event in Hong Kong. We currently have no upcoming events, but we're continually adding new events. We encourage you to check back periodically.

Past Event: Social Impact Leadership Series with James Chen, AB ’82

November 14, 2017 | Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Programme on Social Innovation for a Social Impact Leadership Series hosted an event with James Chen, AB ’82, a Hong Kong–based venture philanthropist. With his campaign Clearly, Chen is on a mission to help the 2.5 billion people around the world who suffer from poor vision to see—and he’s marshaling innovators, startups, governments, and NGOs to make it happen.

Past Event: Bringing Strategy to your NGO Board

November 17, 2017 | Hong Kong

The global NGO community is operating in a VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) environment which makes board development and recruiting never more difficult. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Programme on Social Innovation and advisory firm Hilburg Malan hosted an event to share five strategies boards can use to create high performing teams, as well as tips for board recruiting and development.

Hong Kong CampusHong Kong Campus Information

Executive Education programs are currently run at our interim campus, located at Cyberport 2. Our permanent campus location, which will be on Mt. Davis, Victoria Road, is slated for completion by late 2018. Learn More About the Hong Kong Campus »

Contact Us

For more information, please contact us:

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
168 Victoria Road
Hong Kong
Email: asiaexec@chicagobooth.edu
Phone: +852.2533.9500