Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) School of Business

Our Journey Since 1956

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) is one of the eight government-funded universities in Hong Kong. For more than 60 years HKBU has been at the vanguard of business education in Asia, moulding generations of business leaders. Steeped in a tradition of academic excellence, yet always looking forward to new intellectual horizons, HKBU prides itself in striving to always remain a true pioneer in business education. Located at the crossroads between the emerging countries of Asia and the West, HKBU is ideally situated to confront the changes impacting our world, be it the economic resurgence of China, the deepening impact of globalisation or the need for new ethical standards in the age of sustainability.

A Future to Sustain

HKBU School of Business is committed to nurturing ethical leaders and creating a better business community with over 20,000 graduates since 1956. It also has a global impact, with students going on to achieve success around the world. HKBU School of Business is the only business school in Hong Kong, and amongst the 1% of business schools worldwide, that has attained triple accreditation from the leading prestigious bodies, the AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. All three recognise its excellence in providing an education in business, with strong employability prospects and outstanding results for graduates. Apart from being a top 25 Asia-Pacific Business School named by the Financial Times in 2018, it has also featured regularly in the QS World University Rankings Top 50 Young Universities over the past five years. Students at HKBU School of Business come from all around the world, receiving not only a world class education and experience, but excellent support and prospects.


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T: (852) 3411 5223

The Wing Lung Bank Building for Business Studies, Shaw Campus,
Hong Kong Baptist University, 34 Renfrew Road, Kowloon Tong,
Kowloon, Hong Kong


Prof. Gerard Prendergast
Associate Dean (Internationalisation)


Ms. Alison Li
Senior Executive Officer, Internationalisation Section


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