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School of Business and Management

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BBA in Global Business

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Award
BBA in Global Business
Duration
4Y
Jupas code
JS5313
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Application Choice(s)
Application Choice
program-based-admission
BBA in Global Business
Description
Students who have developed clear interests in this program may apply and be admitted directly to this program.
program-based-admission
Business and Management
Description
Students who wish to spend more time exploring their interests may apply and be admitted to the School of Business and Management without a major. They will be able to apply to Global Business during the Major Selection Exercise at the end of the first two or three semesters.
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Overview
Description

The BBA in Global Business (GBUS) program is the first of its kind in Hong Kong. Taking “act with integrity,” “live with compassion,” and “commit to excellence” as its mottoes, this highly sought after business program is designed to develop capable and highly motivated students to tackle global challenges. Graduates pursue their dreams of becoming responsible leaders through humility, enthusiasm, cultural sensitivity, compassion, and sound critical thinking. 

Our program allows great flexibility for students to customize their learning experience. To fit their interests and aspirations, students can select from a range of additional majors and/or minors offered across HKUST’s schools. 

All GBUS students are required to study a foreign language and spend at least one term studying abroad at a top business school of their choice, thus forming a wide global network. Our students can also join the School’s exchange program twice to further extend their global learning across continents. 

Ranking: 

#16 in Business and Management Studies (#1 in Greater China)
(QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020)

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Career Prospects
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The holistic GBUS experience prepares our students to excel in any career paths they aspire to pursue. In 2020, 56% of our graduates entered the banking and finance industry, 16% entered the conglomerate retail/marketing industry; 10% took consultancy jobs, and the rest developed start-ups, took up tech-related jobs or professional services.

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Module Reference
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