Scholarships and support abound at HKBU School of Business

In Hong Kong, the doors of a dynamic business school are open to talent from all over the world. The School of Business at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) is the only business school in Hong Kong, and among the top 1% of business schools in the world, with triple accreditation by international business-focused accrediting bodies. business education (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA). Just ask graduate Rico Birkmann from Germany. He first came to HKBU as an exchange student before realizing he didn’t want to leave.

Thanks to the International Postgraduate Scholarships (IPS), he was able to fully immerse himself in the Master of Applied Accounting and Finance (MScAAF) program without financial worries.

“HKBU School of Business offers a wide range of events, preparing students for a successful job search, teaching us valuable life lessons and connecting us with future employers,” he explains. “In addition, all the courses were taught by passionate teachers who really care about the success of the students in their future careers. For prospective students looking for international exposure, excellent student life, and a high-quality education, HKBU School of Business is the way to go.

Rico Birkmann (right) during a conference. Source: HKBU Business School

Today, Rico is a Client Services Associate in AlphaSights’ Hong Kong office. Results like his are exactly the kind that the HKBU School of Business promises all aspiring entrepreneurs. The IPS is a merit-based award for international students, specially designed to reward their excellence and make their journey even more enjoyable. It includes a full tuition waiver and a living allowance of approximately US$12,820. Details of the IPS can be found here.

HKBU also offers a series of program-level scholarships for full-time applicants. the Diversity Contribution Scholarships offered by various taught postgraduate programs – including the Master of Accountancy (MACc), MSc in Applied Accounting & Finance (MScAAF), MSc in Business Management (MScBM) and MSc in Finance (FinTech and Financial Analytics) (MScFTFA) programs – involve a full tuition waiver, usually given to participants who could add cultural perspectives to their class and enhance the diversity of the cohort.

the HKBU Alumni Entrance Fee is worth HK$8,000 and is reserved for the top two Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) applicants with the highest cumulative GPA in their previous undergraduate studies.

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The HKBU School of Business strives to develop business students into future leaders in the global marketplace. Source: HKBU Business School

In addition to the Diversity Contribution Scholarships, MScAAF and MScFTFA students could receive the Entrance scholarships or scholarships for young talents also. These scholarships are reserved for students with an outstanding academic record and public examination results, ranging from HK$5,000 to HK$80,000. The rest of the HKBU School of Business program-level financial aid offerings include: MSc in Applied Economics (MScAEcon) and MSc in Data Analytics and Business Economics (MScDABE) Admission scholarships which are worth up to full tuition waiver for the most outstanding candidates, and the MSc in Entrepreneurship and Global Marketing (MScEGM) Entrance scholarships or lifelong learning scholarships. A full list can be found here.

Once students are admitted by the school, the Career Services section of the HKBU School of Business steps in to develop business students into future leaders in the global market. Their efforts include helping students explore aspirations that match their personality; equipping them with the skills to thrive in the region; offering them international opportunities; and expand its network of companies and organizations to expand its presence with potential employers.

When it comes to mastering the art (and science) of doing great business, it doesn’t get more comprehensive and supportive than this. Click here to further explore the dynamic institution that is the HKBU School of Business.

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