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Program & Admission Requirements

Integrated BBA Program (IBBA)

To equip students with a broad-based knowledge and expertise in specific professions, the Integrated BBA Program allows students to take a string of business foundation courses, which enables them to decide which concentration(s) they will specialize in. Ten such concentrations are offered, of which students may select up to two according to their interest. Double majors and minors are also available. Students can choose to pursue double degree options which help foster interdisciplinary talent in business and other professions.Read More

Global Business Studies (GBS)

GBS is offered in collaboration with the Copenhagen Business School and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. GBS empowers students with a global mindset and living and learning experiences in Asia, Europe and America. GBS offers an innovative curriculum that includes the best and most challenging business courses from the three top international business schools. The courses combined with meaningful student activities make GBS graduates eagerly sought-after by the most prestigious global companies.
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International Business and Chinese Enterprise (IBCE)

IBCE is jointly offered with the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina (USC). IBCE offers comprehensive, in-depth and advanced courses in international business with a focus on the U.S. - China business relationship and the growth strategies of Chinese enterprises. Students attend courses at both universities and participate in study trips in Mainland China, Asia and the U.S.. IBCE graduates may continue their studies at USC for the 1-year Master of International Business.
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Integrated BBA and Juris Doctor (BBA-JD)

Combing the strength of CUHK Business School and the Faculty of Law, the double degree program of Integrated BBA Program and Juris Doctor (JD) is offered in 2017-18. The program prepares students to assume leading roles in a variety of work sectors including but not limited to the legal profession, commerce, business and government service.

It is a through-train, well-structured program that allows students to graduate with an undergraduate and a postgraduate degree in 5 years (as opposed to the usual 6 years for an undergraduate degree and a JD). It provides flexibility for students to opt out and graduate with either a BBA degree, or a BBA degree with a Minor in Law. The rigorous but flexible approach gives students an option to follow their interests, strengths and needs.
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Professional Accountancy Program (PACC)

The BBA in Professional Accountancy (PACC) program is designed to nurture professional accountants and specialists in accounting-related areas and to provide students with knowledge, skills and values that will help them become future leaders in the accounting and business communities. The program also focuses on developing students’ leadership, analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal and communication skills.

In view of the growing demand in the business world for professionals with a global mind-set who can play a leadership role in public and private companies, the Global Accounting (GA) stream has been offered within the four-year PACC program since the 2013–14 academic year. This stream is designed to equip elite accounting students with a global mind-set and an understanding of international accounting practices and issues. Students in the GA stream enjoy internship opportunities provided by the Big-4 CPA firms and gain international exposure through non-local training experience, for which scholarships are provided.

In response to an increasing interest from our students to know more about tax and governance issues, as well as the profession’s desire to have more accounting graduates who are better versed in these areas, the PACC program offers a specialized stream on Global Tax and Governance starting from the 2016-17 academic year. The PACC program offers students many Double-Major and Minor options to broaden their scope of study. Furthermore, they are provided with ample opportunities to join exchange and internship programs and apply for scholarships.

The program is well recognized by numerous international professional and accreditation bodies, such as AACSB International, the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and CPA Australia. All PACC graduates are eligible to apply for the HKICPA’s qualification program and take other professional examinations. Our PACC graduates perform outstandingly in professional examinations and case competitions and are highly sought after, with most recruited by the Big-4 CPA firms. Some graduates also join companies in other sectors, such as banking, finance and consultancy.
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Hospitality and Real Estate (HRE)

The Hospitality and Real Estate Programme is positioned as a business programme with two industry-oriented streams – hospitality and real estate. The hospitality industry, covering a wide range of businesses (such as hotels, travel & tourism, restaurants, theme parks, cruise, airlines, clubs, recreational facilities, convention & exhibition, to name just a few), and the real estate industry are closely connected as both industries emphasize the asset element as well as the service element. To capture this industry feature, the real estate stream focuses on planning, developing, and investing in the “assets” (e.g., buildings), the hospitality stream focuses on the “service” element – how to improve service quality, ensure customer satisfaction, and increase organizational performance. The Programme aims to develop industry leaders who understand the hospitality and real estate businesses from both the managers’ and the owners’/investors’ perspectives. Our education philosophy is to integrate theory and practice. Students can apply the knowledge and skills they have learned in classrooms to analyse and solve real-world problems encountered in summer internships and in various experiential learning activities. Our teaching hotel -- Hyatt Regency Shatin, demonstration kitchen, wine laboratory and student-managed restaurants provide the ideal learning environment for theory-practice integration. To enhance students’ global perspective, the Programme also arranges extensive student exchange opportunities. In the past, our students have taken part in exchange programmes at such leading business schools as the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Business School at the University of Michigan. Our students have also attended a number of leading hotel schools, including the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University and School of Hospitality Management at Pennsylvania State University.

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Insurance, Financial and Actuarial Analysis Program (IFAA)

This program provides students with analytical skills and a conceptual understanding of insurance and financial and actuarial analysis, plus a sound knowledge of the structure, practices and business functions of the insurance industry. Actuarial work is diverse and ranges from technical roles of developing complex financial and insurance products to consultancy roles of providing strategic and financial advice. Graduates of the program are equipped to function effectively as managers in insurance and actuarial related fields, which offer excellent career opportunities in Hong Kong. They also specialize in the mathematical and statistical techniques for managing and evaluating risk and receive preparatory training for possible careers in business.
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Quantitative Finance Program (QFIN)

The program gives students a solid foundation in quantitative and analytical skills through advanced courses in finance, mathematics, statistics, and information technology. Practical courses, a game plan that emphasizes experiential learning and a guest-speaker series on current financial issues supplement classroom learning and expose students to the real business world. Graduates will be well-equipped to pursue careers in various disciplines in banking and finance as well as mainstream business.
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Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Science (QFRM)

Jointly offered by the CUHK Business School and the Faculty of Science, this state-of-the-art program in finance, risk management science, statistics and business combines the strengths of two well-established programs. With our elite alumni and top-notch existing students, strong networks, close partnerships with the financial industry and a proven track record of success in internships reinforce companies' confidence in hiring our students upon their graduation. The program also provides students with a solid foundation for further studies at Master or PhD level in economics, finance, actuarial science and insurance, mathematics, statistics, or risk management science.
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Interdisciplinary Major Program in Global Economics and Finance (GLEF)

The Interdisciplinary Major Program in Global Economics and Finance strives to provide students with solid interdisciplinary training in economics and finance in a global context. It also aims to cater for societal needs by preparing graduates with strong analytical training and to have the requisite global mindset to overcome future challenges in the banking and finance industry. Graduates are expected to embrace the virtues of integrity, honesty and a sense of responsibility.
The GLEF program places heavy emphasis on internship and research experience, from which students can further develop their potential and consolidate their knowledge. Graduates are expected to develop promising careers in multinational firms in the banking, finance and business consulting sectors or to engage in financial research in public or private organizations.
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^These are indicative admission quotas, which are subject to adjustment.
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