Full-time MBA of 2017 Intake
Tuition fee of Full-time MBA Program for 2017-2018 academic year is HK$525,000. Upon receiving notice of admission, students are required to pay a non-refundable deposit of HK$80,000 within 3 weeks to confirm offer acceptance.
Students are expected to pay the program fee in three installments in their first year of study. The deposit paid will be offset against the outstanding program fee. Sundry items and learning materials such as textbooks and cases are paid for separately.
Full-time students of the MBA Programs are required to pay a non-refundable student activities fee of HK$5,000. The fee will be used towards organizing activities during the study period and be collected upon arrival in early August.
Below is a summary of the activities organized by the Student Service Team, Student Association and Student Clubs over the past two years for reference:
- Orientation Day Campus Tour
- Kick-off Networking Event – Big Bus Party
- MBA Connect Event – Ocean Park Halloween Fest
- Mid-Autumn Festival Party
- Christmas Gathering
- Chinese New Year Party
- MBA Summer Meet-up: Happy Hour
- Tri-MBA Wine Tasting
- Golf Day
- Spring Special Trip to Tokyo – Firm Visit and Cultural Exploration
- Spring Special Trip to Osaka – Firm Visit and Cultural Exploration
- Autumn Special Trip to Seoul – Firm Visit and Cultural Exploration
- Career Exhibition
- Macau Day Trip-Firm Visit
- Shenzhen Day Trip-Firm Visit
- Field Trip to Tai O Heritage Hotel
- Presentation Skills Workshop
- Mandarin Workshop
- Japanese Workshop
- English Workshop
- Career Workshop
- Dialogue in the Dark
- Distinguished Speaker Series
- Graduation Reception
The types and frequency of the activities organized are subject to the recommendations of the Student Associations, Students Clubs and the final approval by the MBA Office.
Students of the MBA Programs are required to pay HK$450 caution money as a deposit against any debts incurred to the University. This sum, less any deductions made for outstanding debts, is refunded upon discontinuation of studies at the University. For graduating students, subject to no claim being outstanding, the caution money is converted into a graduation fee, which is payable by all students on completion of their study programs.