Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Hong Kong

“This is one of the best experiences ever. Be prepared to meet people from a completely different background than yourself and try to make friends from all around the world. After this experience I want to travel in Asia and around the world. This is, by far, my best college experience — so take advantage of it.”
Jessica Chase, HKUST, Fall 2004

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) opened its doors to students and faculty in October 1991. The University has since been dedicated to the advancement of learning and scholarship with close collaboration with business and industry. HKUST is dedicated to establishing itself as a leader in technology and research. The 60 hectare site is situated on the northern end of Clear Water Bay Peninsula along Port Shelter. HKUST maintains an excellent faculty from all over the world. The School of Business and Management is comprised of six major departments: accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management of organizations, and marketing. The departments focus on current business topics within the Asia-Pacific region.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courses
HKUST offers a full selection of business classes including courses in Finance, Marketing, Information Systems, Management and Accounting. They excel in the areas of Information Systems and Finance (Please Note: HKUST has a 2-tier finance pre-requisite for many of the advanced finance courses. Students who have only completed BUAD 306 may not be able to enroll in all of the advanced finance courses). Students are expected to take 15-16 HKUST units during the semester.

Housing
All exchange students are housed in on-campus dormitories

A Sample Schedule
Spring Semester:
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Derivative Securities
International Financial System
Financial Markets
or
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Studies
Strategic Management in China
Managerial Leadership
International Management

Semester Dates:
Fall Semester: Early September – Late December
Spring Semester: Late January – Late May

Time Difference: 16 hours ahead of Pacific Time