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Programme Structure

The programme is designed with a structured progression pattern, and students are highly encouraged to follow the pattern to complete the programme within the normal duration of one year.

The curriculum includes technological elements such as data science and AI in financial management, data analytics and capital budgeting techniques, crowdfunding, and crypto assets and diversification.

  • Accounting for Managers
  • Contemporary Issues in Operations Management
  • Financial Management
  • Global Economic Environment for Management#
  • Organization and Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Cross-cultural Management
  • Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability#
  • Managerial Thinking and Skills Workshop
  • Strategic Management
  • Elective subject 1
  • Elective subject 2
  • Accounting for Business Analysis
  • Applications of Decision Making Models
  • Business Analytics
  • Business Analytics in Accounting and Finance
  • Corporate Governance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Investments
  • Risk Management in Operations
  • Total Quality Management

# i. This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under Continuing Education Fund.
ii. The mother course (Master of Science in Business Management) of this module is recognised under the Qualifications Framework (QF Level 6).

Note: Students may also select up to one elective from the "Common Pool Electives".

International Experience

During the summer, students take a three- to six-week course outside Greater China to increase their exposure to other cultures. Available courses are offered by AACSB or EQUIS accredited business schools and credits attained are recognized by way of credit transfer for the subject "International Experience".


In recent years, students went to the University of Leeds, the University of Ljubljana, ESSCA School of Management, Singapore Management University, Copenhagen Business School, University of British Columbia and Solbridge International School of Business to join the summer school courses taught by international academics as well as social and cultural activities to broaden their knowledge, minds, and experience. In the coming years, students can also choose to attend the University of Adelaide winter course. The list of summer school courses available to students for the subject "International Experience" is reviewed regularly.


Partner universities and final arrangements for summer courses are subject to continuous review and change. Depending on different factors, other arrangements may be made for students to complete the subject “International Experience”.


I was incredibly lucky to study at the summer school of the University of Ljubljana. I did Investment Management and Portfolio Management, and Managing Family Business to expand my knowledge of portfolio diversification and the trend of family business.

There were insightful lectures, field trip and activities held by the school in the evening over the three weeks of the course. My classmates and I also travelled around Europe, in Hungary, Croatia and Germany. That was a precious experience and great chance for me to get to know people from all over the world and different backgrounds.

TONG Tsz Yen

(2019 Graduate)

Leeds is the third largest city in the UK with a perfect combination of modernity and history. Leeds International Summer School (LISS) offers the best opportunity to study and live together with students from all over the world, and to learn about other cultures and values. We had fun and took up challenges during a module that combined tuition with field trips and enabled us to understand more about British culture. We made new friends and share fond memories.

WU Arno

(2019 Graduate)


  1. Not all subjects will be offered in a given year, subject to factors such as staff availability, student enrolment, programme resources and so on.
  2. For a given cohort, a clash-free timetable will be arranged only for the compulsory subjects. And, timetable is subject to change without prior notice.
  3. Programme structure, list of subjects, subject offering semester, subject names and content are subject to continuous review and change.


Class Schedule

Classes of compulsory subjects and MSc BM elective subjects are normally arranged during weekday daytime, subject to the final arrangements of the programme. Common pool electives are offered on weekday evenings or at weekends.


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Programme structure, list of subjects, subject offering semester, subject names and content are subject to continuous review and change.


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