Department of Management
College of Business - City University of Hong Kong AACSB International EQUIS - European Quality Improvement System

Exchange Programme

Universities which MGT students attended/to be attended during exchange
(from August 2014 to May 2017) -- updated Nov 23, 2016

  Host Universities (2014-15 Semester A)
1 Bocconi University, Italy
2 Brock University, Canada
3 Clarkson University, USA
4 Groupe EDHEC, France
5 HEC Montreal, Canada
6 Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Japan (4 students)
7 RMIT University, Australia
8 San Jose State University, USA
9 Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia
10 The University of New South Wales, Australia
11 The University of Newcastle, Australia
12 Universidad de Navarra, Spain
13 University of Manitoba, Canada
14 Yonsei University, Korea
   
   
  Host Universities (2014-15 Semester B)
1 Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan (4 students)
2 Auckland Univ of Tech, New Zealand (2 students)
3 Cardiff University, UK
4 Chuo University, Japan
5 Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
6 East China Normal University
7 Institutes of Political Studies, France
8 Jönköping University, Sweden
9 La Trobe University, Australia
10 Meiji University, Japan (2 students)
11 Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Japan (2 students)
12 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
13 San Francisco State University, USA (3 students)
14 San Jose State University, USA
15 Singapore Management University
16 Stockholm University, Sweden
17 Tilburg University, the Netherlands
18 Universiteit Maastricht, the Netherlands
19 University of Aberdeen, UK
20 University of Kent, UK
21 University of Manitoba, Canada
22 University of Surrey, UK (2 students)
23 Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
24 Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
25 York University, Canada
26 Zhejiang University, PRC
   
   
  Institution (2015-16 Semester A)
1 Auckland Univ of Tech, NZ
2 Brock University, Canada
3 Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
4 City University of New York
5 Concordia University, Canada
6 Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
7 ESADE Business School, Spain
8 ESCP Europe Paris, France
9 HEC Montreal, Canada
10 Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Japan (4 students)
11 Queen's University, Canada
12 San Francisco State University, USA (4 students)
13 Singapore Management University
14 Universite Paris Dauphine, France
15 Universiteit Maastricht, the Netherlands
16 University of Arkansas, USA
17 University of Ottawa, Canada (2 students)
   
   
  Institution (2015-16 Semester B)
1 Aarhus University, Denmark (2 students)
2 Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan (4 students)
3 Bilkent University, Turkey
4 Cardiff University, UK
5 Chuo University, Japan
6 Hanken School of Economics, Finland
7 Hokkaido University, Japan
8 Indiana University, USA
9 Jönköping University, Sweden
10 Karlsruhe U of App Sci, Germany
11 Loughborough University, UK
12 McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
13 Meiji University, Japan (2 students)
14 Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Japan
15 National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
16 Renmin University of China, PRC
17 Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan
18 San Francisco State University, USA
19 Sophia University, Japan
20 Tec de Monterrey(ITESM), Mexico
21 Universite Paris Dauphine, France (2 students)
22 Universiteit Maastricht, the Netherlands
23 University of Ottawa, Canada
24 Waseda U, Japan
   
   
  Institution (2016-17 Semester A)
1 Auckland Univ of Tech, New Zealand (2 students)
2 Audencia Nantes, School of Management, France
3 Concordia University, Canada (4 students)
4 Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
5 Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Japan (2 students)
6 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
7 NEOMA Business School, France
8 Seoul National University, Korea
9 The University of Western Ontario, Canada
10 Universiteit Maastricht, the Netherlands
11 Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
   
   
  Institution (2016-17, Semester B)
1 Renmin University of China, PRC (2 students)
2 Aston University, Birmingham, UK
3 Auckland Univ of Tech, NZ
4 Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
5 Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
6 Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
7 Groupe EDHEC, France
8 Hanken School of Economics, Finland
9 Institutes of Political Studies, France
10 Jönköping University, Sweden (2 students)
11 Meiji University, Japan
12 National University of Singapore
13 Saint Louis University, USA
14 San Jose State University, USA (2 students)
15 Singapore Management University
16 The University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA
17 The University of Oklahoma, USA
18 Tsinghua University, PRC
19 U. of East Anglia, UK
20 University of Arkansas, USA
21 University of Bern, Switzerland
22 University of Bologna, Italy
23 University of Kent, UK
24 University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
25 University of Manitoba, Canada

 

Internationalization continues to be a priority for the College of Business (CB) at the City University of Hong Kong (CityU), even as CB attains standards that are globally recognized.  We are accredited by the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). In addition CB is ranked in the world's top 65 business schools by the University of Texas at Dallas; while as an institution CityU is also ranked within theWorld’s Top 100 Universities12th Top University in Asia, and 5th among the Top 50 Under 50 Worldwide by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) in 2013.

Intercultural knowledge and effective communication are integral competencies in an era of globalization. CB offers a stimulating learning environment for our students to acquire such skills through both our formal and informal curriculum. In our vibrant CityU campus, our business programmes are taught by internationally diverse faculty, and we have the pleasure of hosting hundreds of international students and visitors annually in CB, thus providing valuable opportunities for mutually beneficial cross-cultural sharing and learning to occur. CB has also developed exciting co-curricular activities at home and abroad for our students to gain further personal and professional development. Overseas training to enable our students to become globally-minded and socially-aware citizens include our well-established and highly competitive Student Exchange Programme, as well as our extremely popular and growing portfolio of summer programmes, such as the Cultural and Language Immersion Scheme, various Service Learning and Social Entrepreneurship Abroad schemes.

Our dynamic and dedicated teams within CB are all highly committed to these various initiatives which collectively serve to expose our students to the world and simultaneously brings the world conveniently to our campus.

On behalf of all of us in the College of Business, I extend to you a very warm welcome.

Mary Pang, PhD
Associate Dean, College of Business
(Internationalization )

Exchange programme information can be found under the College of Business BBA website.
Please click here to read more information on Exchange programmes.
 
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