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Maintaining a working relationship with various universities in mainland China and Taiwan, the school’s “administration is very dedicated and efficient.” The school attracts faculty from all over the world, and the current teaching staff includes professors from Australia, Hong Kong, Europe, New Zealand, mainland China, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, and the United States. Despite their varied origins, CUMBA faculty are deeply engaged in the Hong Kong business culture. A student attests, “Teaching staff are actively involved in the business community in areas of research and consulting. So there are lots of first-hand findings and . . . information [on] local business trends.” On the whole, students appreciate the school’s progressive outlook, saying professors “stay abreast of the real-life market and keep up to date with their own knowledge.”
While Cantonese is the dominant language spoken in Hong Kong, courses at CUMBA are taught in English, with the exception of a few elective courses whose unique nature demands instruction in Chinese. The 54-unit curriculum consists of required core course work, followed by electives. Through electives, students have the option to pursue a concentration in one of four areas: China business, finance, marketing, or entrepreneurship. The full-time curriculum can be completed in 16 months of study, including internships. Without an internship, the program can be completed as quickly as 12 months. Either way, the program is intense, with a “busy workload and no breaks in between terms.” In addition to the traditional MBA programs offered through the school, students may choose to pursue a joint-degree with partner universities in Mainland China or the HEC School of Management in France or the University of Texas at Austin.
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