Executive MBA Program Hong Kong Campus
Earn your MBA in Hong Kong, Asia’s financial hub.
Hong Kong is home to a booming international financial market and thriving industries in service, transportation, tourism, and entrepreneurship.
The Chicago Booth Hong Kong Executive MBA Program is designed for experienced professionals who aspire to leadership positions. As an EMBA student at Booth, you’ll join a dynamic community of highly successful executives. Approximately 75 percent of our students travel from across the Asia-Pacific region, bringing practical management insights and diverse industry perspectives.
Learning from our award-winning faculty, you’ll immerse yourself in The Chicago Approach to business education and develop a deep understanding of core business principles. In just 22 months, you’ll graduate with a lifelong global network and a world-class MBA degree.
Patrick Yip (alumnus): 00:17
I had always wanted to do an MBA program, but I could only afford to do it part time. I was hoping that one day a top program would come to Hong Kong. When Booth announced that they would move to Hong Kong, I was very happy, and I looked into the program immediately, and I found all the right ingredients there for me.
Phil Berger (Booth faculty member): 00:40
Hong Kong has been a huge business center for a long time. It has a very entrepreneurial spirit. It's been a huge center of services, transportation, finance. More and more it's a gateway into mainland China. One thing that is unique about the Chicago Executive MBA is it's our Chicago faculty who do the teaching everywhere that we are in the world.
Tracy Loh (alumna): 01:17
Everyone in this program are fully employed, and so that makes the time management piece very critical. So whenever we have that one-week block, everyone's in the class, then everyone's engaged.
Patrick Yip: 01:31
One thing I like about the program is that I would be able to take one week out from a month and then focus my one week at the Booth campus to learn, study, and work with my colleagues and the professors, and then that's it. All the other time before my next week will be all mine.
Patrick Yip: 01:55
I actually got business opportunities out of my classmates because they appreciated my input and my ideas, and sometimes this kind of networking in fact would take me to not just within Hong Kong or China, but beyond—the Asia Pacific, Europe, and US, and some of them turned into actual business opportunities for myself and my firm. From this respect, my firm is actually quite happy that I'm doing this program.
Tracy Loh: 02:33
The Booth network is extremely diverse. There's a huge network wherever you go. You can count on the fact that if you come from a Booth program, someone will be willing to help you out, and I think that's the most amazing thing about being part of this alumni network.
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Where You’ll Study
Our Hong Kong campus is housed at The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Academic Complex | The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong. Built on a historically important site at Mount Davis, the stunning campus combines modern functionality with a deep respect for the site’s heritage.
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The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
168 Victoria Road
The Hong Kong campus is currently closed. We apologize for any inconvenience. In lieu of in-person visits, you can still learn more about the global Executive MBA Program and our award-winning faculty by exploring our virtual offerings.
After discharging from the Korean Air Force, Mike Seo worked in the Aerospace and Defense Industry for 13 years. Today, he is a 75th Anniversary Scholar and is learning from Booth’s passionate faculty and his fellow classmates.Mike Seo, 75th Anniversary Scholar
Institution: The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Hong Kong
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Hong Kong is approved to recruit Mainland Chinese students. Learn more.
The Executive MBA Program is registered under the Hong Kong Education Bureau. Registration No.: 262427. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.