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Finance MBAs broaden scope to offer skills for a changing industry
Drivers of change in the finance sector, such as increasing levels of regulation, the need for improved efficiency, and a new generation of customers and technology, are creating a demand for...
Mainland MBA seeks to boost management skills in Hong Kong
For 55 years, the Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA) has been striving to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of management, both in Hong Kong and regionally.One of its main means of...
Brightest Mind – interview with Charles-Henri Larreur
Charles-Henri Larreur, managing director, head of asset & capital structuring at Santander, is in charge of the leasing and infrastructure business at Santander for France and Benelux. He is also...
The paradox of 360-degree feedback
The idea of applying a 360-degree review for performance appraisal, as well as personal development in a corporate environment, has attracted much debate. Contention particularly surrounds the...
Top 5 most secretive and mysterious research universities in China
If you are a student of science or engineering looking for a “thrilling” exchange programme in China, this may be the right place for you. The universities on the list below enjoy high reputations...
Young designers show off their smartphone apps in Hong Kong contest
Smartphone programs developed by children to help make life a little easier - for young and old - put to the test in local competition. Coding is often said to be like a second language to...
University of Hong Kong plan to enforce student visits to mainland China sends ripples across campus
Undergraduates will have to spend time over the border and overseas as part of their degree under new policy to be phased in by 2022. A policy under which University of Hong Kong...
Is Pope Francis a good manager?
The Catholic Church is the largest and oldest organization the world has ever known. With all its flaws, if it survived this long it must have something to teach us. Until recently, these superior...
Customer-funded business: lessons from Indian entrepreneurs
This very day, millions of entrepreneurs are actively engaged in starting a business in India. Sadly, many of their ventures will never get off the ground.
Upcoming Events - Updated on April 17, 2015
Bachelor of Business (Management) Information Seminar HKBU School of Continuing Education (SCE) Saturday, April 18, 2015 - 14:30
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