This programme enables students to work as business economists. It provides students with solid foundation in micro and macro-economics, quantitative and communication skills, and an understanding of the institutional settings in which firms operate in the Asia-Pacific region. Depending on their interests and career goals, students can develop their expertise in different areas, such as international trade and finance, regional studies, urban and property market analysis, and banking and financial markets.
Joint Bachelor's Degree Programmes in Business Economics with
Columbia University and National Taiwan University
Students can apply to study in a Joint Bachelor’s Degree Programme with either Columbia University (Columbia) in New York or National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei. Upon graduation and meeting all requirements of the two universities, students will obtain two bachelor’s degrees.
Students participating in the "Joint Bachelor's Degree Program between City University of Hong Kong and Columbia University" will study years 1 and 2 at CityU, and years 3 and 4 at Columbia.
Students participating in the "Joint Bachelor's Degree Programme between City University of Hong Kong and National Taiwan University" will study years 1 and 4 at CityU, and years 2 and 3 at NTU.
For more information on the "Joint Bachelor's Degree Program between City University of Hong Kong and Columbia University", please visit http://gs.columbia.edu/cityu-hk/
For more information on the "Joint Bachelor's Degree Programme between City University of Hong Kong and National Taiwan University", please visit https://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/ef/programmes/jointUG/NTU/
Business economics is playing an increasingly important role in managerial decision making in both private and government sectors.
Career Options: Economic Consultant, Economic Researcher, Management Consultant, Corporate Manager, Government Regulatory Agency, Investment Advisor, Private Banker, Real Estate Analyst, Securities and Market Analyst, Economic Journalist
Selected list of employers of our graduates (2011-13)