The Skills Employers Want From MBA Graduates In 2019

Consulting, finance, and technology are three of the most popular industries for MBA applicants to aim for. They each require different skillsets and different experiences, and an MBA can be a perfect opportunity to acquire them.

But success is not just about accumulating skills that are currently valuable. A good MBA will also help you invest in skills that will serve you in the future of work, and can put you ahead of the pack in your desired sector.

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GyanOne interviews HKUST MBA Admissions Team

HKUST is a dream come true if you can crack the HKUST MBA admissions process first. 

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Life during and after HKUST MBA in Hong Kong as an international student with family

Merchant navy officer, Akhil Nair, describes his experiences at HKUST – a top ranking MBA in Hong Kong.

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HKUST Global MBA Challenge 2019 Competition

The MBAA is recruiting case competition teams for their Global MBA Challenge in April.

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AsBAA Discovery partners with HKUST MBA

We are collaborating with AsBAA (Asia Business Aviation Association) to offer our full-time MBA students internship opportunities at AsBAA member companies, which range from aviation service providers, aircraft manufacturers and finance and insurance providers. The internships require students to complete consulting projects at the hiring / hosting companies for up to three months.

AsBAA is our latest partner for MBA student consulting projects. Our Career Office has lined up with other companies in the past to offer real world consulting experience for our students.

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Why Today’s MBA Graduates Need to Learn About Both Business and Technology

From the basics of the worldwide web, to the complexities of artificial intelligence (AI), the impact technology has on everyday life and society is huge. Rapid advancements within technology mean there’s a challenge for recruiters to find young graduate talent who have the expertise and skillset to straddle the worlds of both business and technology.

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HKUST tops Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2018

When you think big, you achieve even bigger success. Little wonder then, that HKUST has just been crowned the world’s best young university in a new THE ranking.

For the first time, we have reached the top of the rankings that include only universities under 50 years old.

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MBA Students Claim Top Prizes in International Case Competitions

A truly international team formed by five MBA students: Michael Pelosi (Canada), Zhang Jiaying (China), Aman Arora (India), Harsh Mody (India) and Sonia Im (South Korea), won the Client Prompt & Championship at the USC Marshall Global Consulting Challenge in the US. Meanwhile, another team of three MBA students: Akhil Nair, Jonathan Ramsay and Ryan Chan took home the first place prize in the 2018 Haskayne MBA 24 Hour EPIC Case Challenge in Canada.

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HKUST MBA Program Graduation Ceremony

Some 80 full-time HKUST MBA students brought together their families and friends on campus to join the MBA Program Graduation Ceremony on 18 March.

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HKUST MBA Claims No.14 in Financial Times Global Ranking

The MBA Program, offered by the School of Business and Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST Business School), has been ranked No.14 in the world by the Financial Times. This is the ninth consecutive year that the Program has been ranked in the top 15 globally.

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HKUST Graduates Move Up to 12th Worldwide, Tops Greater China In Global Employability University Ranking 2017

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has risen one place to rank 12th worldwide and No. 1 in Greater China in the high-profile annual Global Employability University Ranking this year. HKUST graduates have been ranked the world’s top 20 most employable and the most employable in Greater China five years in a roll.

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MBA Students Work on Solution to Sustainable Development

The first ever UNLEASH Innovation Lab was held in Denmark In August 2017, where 1,000 selected students and other participants gathered to co-create feasible solutions to reach the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals before 2030. As one of the academic partners, HKUST nominated two MBA students, Julian Wong and Yasir Naveed, to the program.

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HKUST Ranks No. 1 in Hong Kong and 3rd in Asia

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is placed No. 1 in Hong Kong and climbing one place to 3rd in Asia in the latest QS Asia University Rankings. This year’s ranking features over 400 universities and was compiled by assessing universities across 10 different indicators including the proportion of academic staff qualified to PhD level and the proportion of inbound and outbound exchange students at the university. More information about the methodology can be found here.

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Kellogg-HKUST EMBA Program Ranks World’s No.1 for Eighth Time

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) partnership Executive MBA (EMBA) program is ranked No.1 in the world in the latest Financial Times (FT) Global EMBA Rankings. This is the eighth time the Kellogg-HKUST EMBA program has topped the highly respected international ranking chart.

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Nobel Laureate Professor Hiroshi Amano Speaks on the Development of LEDs at the Last Talk of HKUST 25th Anniversary Distinguished Speakers Series

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) hosted the last round of its Distinguished Speakers Series today – a talk series launched over a year ago to celebrate the University’s 25th anniversary. Prof Hiroshi Amano, a renowned physicist and engineer in semiconductor technology, marked the 9th Nobel laureate and the 27th who spoke for the series hosted by corporate leaders, entrepreneurs and key financial policy shapers around the world.

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