Alumni stories

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All Student
Part Time Student
Full Time Student
Aakriti Jain
Class of 2020
The MBA throws numerous opportunities and making the right decisions in a short time are key
Alex Qiu
Class of 2020
The key word is long-term value which will pay-off in the future
Chloe Huang
Class of 2020
I was very determined and knew exactly what my goal hence why HKU was the only school I applied to. My goal after MBA was to be a banker in Hong Kong. And I achieved it
Sam Greenwood
Class of 2020
I decided to pursue an MBA to build a broader and deeper understanding of what it takes to create and implement a successful corporate strategy focusing on Asia. I think with an HKU MBA I'll be able to make myself an attractive candidate to participate in exciting roles that are developing the region.
Jose Manuel Rodriguez Moreno
Class of 2020
As for my profile, I trusted in two things: the international experience I had, which I knew could contribute to the class, and the drive and passion that characterise my dreams. I was confident these aspects would draw attention and make my profile stand out.
Sakshi Gulati
Class of 2020
The global vision at HKU provides excellent networking opportunities at other world-renowned schools, such as LBS & Columbia, and business hubs. This is an important factor that aligns with my goal with understanding of what global business really means.
Nikki Lim
Class of 2020
Hong Kong has always been one of my favorite places to visit as this is an ever-changing city that is dynamic in its culture and people. Hong Kong is a mash-up of modern skyscrapers and uninterrupted vistas which can have an appeal for anyone that passes through the city.
Jaipuria Raghavendra
Class of 2019
To aspiring MBA applicants: whilst the one-year programme is tough, due to the need to study and network simultaneously, Hong Kong is all about networking - and you should make the most of it whilst you are there.
Iris Xie
Class of 2019
The HKU MBA programme leaves me with an ‘endless aftertaste.’
Zai Chen
Class of 2019
Considering my current position, I think the most practical gains made during my MBA journey are English skills, communication skills and understanding about people from diverse culture backgrounds.