PolyU Business School’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programmes were rated “A+” in the 境外大學學科分級目錄 (人文社會科學) (transliteration: rating category of programmes of universities outside mainland China (humanities and social sciences)) compiled by the All-China Society for Information Research of Higher Education Institutes (全國高校信息資料研究會) and the Evaluation Research Center of Renmin University of China (中國人民大學評價研究中心). Our BBA programmes are the only programmes in Hong Kong that attain an A+ in the category of business administration.
Using academic innovativeness and talent development capability as the two major criteria, the research team evaluated relevant subjects delivered by more than 10,000 institutions in 13 disciplines related to humanities and social sciences. The top 2% of the programmes receive a rating of A+. PBS joins the league of top institutions in the category of business administration alongside University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Harvard University, and Stanford University.
The rating reflects PBS’s dedication to the pursuit of Innovation-driven Education and Scholarship (IDEAS). PBS is a world-class business school that offers high-quality academic programmes and leads cutting-edge research in business and related disciplines. We are proud to have achieved accreditations from AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EQUIS (EFMD Quality Improvement System).
PBS currently offers three BBA (Honours) Schemes, namely:
- BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance
- BBA (Hons) in Aviation, Maritime and Supply Chain Management
- BBA (Hons) in Management and Marketing
Students apply to enter one of the Major programmes in Accountancy, Accounting & Finance, Digital Finance & Investment, Aviation Management & Finance, Supply Chain Management & Analytics, International Shipping & Transport Logistics, Management, and Marketing, at the end of their year one study. They are also welcome to opt for Secondary Major in Artificial Intelligence and Minor programme during their course of studies, subject to requirements set out by the University.