CUHK EMBA Climbs to No. 23 Worldwide — No. 1 in Asia Pacific on Alumni’s Career Progress Again! (Financial Times Global Executive MBA Ranking 2023)

In the 2023 Financial Times Global Executive MBA Ranking released today, CUHK EMBA has climbed to the 23rd position globally and ranks first in Asia Pacific for alumni’s career progress again. Additionally, the programme secured the top spot among all independent EMBA programmes in Asia Pacific in terms of alumni achieving their aims through the programme.

This ranking showcases the world’s top 100 EMBA programmes. Among the top 100 EMBA programmes worldwide, CUHK EMBA alumni have achieved remarkable success in terms of average salary three years after graduation. Their average annual salary exceeds HK$2.2 million, and they have experienced an impressive average salary increase rate of 63%.

While rankings are not the programme’s primary pursuit, it is crucial for the programme to continue nurturing outstanding business leaders to meet the needs of Hong Kong, China as a whole, and wider world community. The programme’s motto is to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West. It also established the “Six Pillars” (Theories, Practices, Internal Network, External Network, Strategic Perspectives and Social Contribution) as its core values to positively influence the business community and society. The programme remains committed to innovation in order to stay abreast of the ever-evolving marketplace dynamics.

For more details, please read the full results of the Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2023.