Located in the thriving entrepreneurial city of Shenzhen, China, and immediately adjacent to the financial hub of Hong Kong, Peking University HSBC Business school (PHBS) brings Peking University’s historical presence to the country’s south and lies at the very heart of one of the world's most promising and dynamic metropolitan areas. Few other regions in China offer a more suitable setting for an institution destined to become this country's foremost graduate business school.
PHBS offers both full-time English MBA program and part-time Chinese MBA program, and combines general management theory, deep understanding of global business, and aims to help students develop effective management skills and insights.
The academic year consists of two semesters, with two modules each. Each module runs for nine weeks. In addition, the faculty members have earned their PhD degrees from top-ranked universities over the world, and all courses are instructed exclusively in English.
PHBS two-year MBA programs can be either English-taught and full-time MBA with weekday classes or Chinese-taught part-time MBA with weekend classes for those currently working to be able to continue their employment uninterrupted. The faculty members have earned their PhD degrees from top-ranked universities over the world, and have worked in major companies all over the world, bringing their real-world experience to the classroom. Courses include: Managerial Economics, Business Statistics, China and World Economy, Financial Accounting, Organizational Behavior, Business Communications, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, etc.
Programs provide top-quality management education for students with an innovative spirit in economics, management, and finance fields covering general management theory framed in an international context for deep understanding of today’s global business arena.
PHBS's 2-year MBA program aims to help students build a solid foundation in management theory, acquire management insights and develop effective management skills.