- Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management (Honours)
- Associate of Business Administration in General Management
- Associate of Business Administration in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Associate of Business Administration in Human Resources Management
- Associate of Business Administration in International Business Management*
- Associate of Science in Data Analytics and Management*
- Associate of Social Science in Event Management*
- Associate of Social Science in Leisure and Tourism Management*
- Higher Diploma in Leisure and Recreation Management*
- Bachelor of Maritime Services and Operations Management (Honours)
Associate of Business Administration in International Business Management*
In today’s inter-connected society, it is essential to understand the world in an international context. Increasingly companies are looking for graduates who can solve cross-cultural problems and think on a global scale. Introducing the foundations of international business, supply chains, human resources and operations, this programme provides a solid foundation for students to articulate to bachelor degrees or work as a para-professional. You will study the global challenges companies face, look at international boundaries, trade, global economics and how to negotiate with and navigate in diverse cultures. This approach to problem solving will broaden your world view and help you understand international business from different perspectives.
Admission, entry requirements and fees
A range of admission options are available for students of different academic backgrounds. Find out how to apply.
$150, waived for this year
All Full-time Associate Degree/Higher Diploma students are required to take 63 credits in two years at HK$1,800 per credit. Total tuition fees for two years are about HK$113,400.
A Graduation Fee of $400 will be charged upon enrolment in a programme.
Students enrolled in self-financing Bachelor/Associate Degree /Higher Diploma programmes are eligible to apply for financial assistance from the following sources:
Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-Secondary Students (FASP)
Provides means-tested financial assistance to needy full-time students pursuing locally-accredited, self-financing post-secondary education programmes at the level of associate degree, higher diploma or degree. The scheme aims to provide financial assistance to needy students so that no eligible students will be denied access to post-secondary education because of lack of means.
Enquiries: 2152 9000
Non-means Tested Loan Scheme for Post-Secondary Students (NLSPS)
The NLSPS is used to complement the Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP) to provide loan(s) to eligible students to settle tuition fees of locally-accredited, self-financing full-time post-secondary education programmes at the level of associate degree, higher diploma or degree
Enquiries: 2150 6222
Continuing Education Fund (CEF)
Some of the AD programmes or course(s) in the AD programmes are included in the list of reimbursable courses for CEF purposes.
The CEF subsidizes students over 18 years of age with learning aspirations to pursue continuing education and training courses. Eligible applicants enrolling on courses after 1 April 2019 will be reimbursed 80% of their fees on the first $10,000 and 60% on the second $10,000, subject to a maximum sum of HK$20,000 (whichever is the less), on successful completion of a reimbursable programme/course(s).
Enquiries: 3142 2277
Programme outcomes and structure
- Learning outcomes
- Main subject areas
- Programme structure - core and elective courses
- Programme structure - progression chart
- Articulation pathways
- Career opportunities
- Programme enquiry
Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs) are statements of learning achievement that are expressed in terms of what the learner is expected to know, understand and be able to do upon completion of a course. Students graduating from this programme will be able to:
|1.||Apply broad-based business knowledge and problem solving skills to a wide range of issues in academic work situations to produce quality outputs;|
|2.||Describe socio-political, cultural, economic and ethical issues in the global business environment;|
|3.||Analyze international business strategy including cross-cultural management issues;|
|4.||Utilize generic skills such as information technology, quantitative and analytical reasoning in a range of business-related settings;|
|5.||Communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing, in different business environments; and|
|6.||Relate the major ideas in arts and humanities, science and technology to their own area of study.|
- Marketing and economics
- International management
- Global supply chain management
- Global business project
- Economic integration and trade policies in Asia
- Electives: international business / international marketing / international finance
To qualify for this award, a candidate shall accrue an aggregate of at least 63 credit points (cps) by satisfactory completion of the following core courses.
|Course Code||Course Name|
|Core Courses (36cps)
|BUS20122||Global Business Project|
|BUS20180||Global Supply Chain Management|
|BUS20425||Econ. Integration and Trade Policies in Asia|
|Elective Courses (6cps)
Select any two:
|Language Skills (9cps)
|CGE1000 / 1500||English for Academic Studies A / B|
|CGE2001||English Prof Comm. Skills for Business|
|General Education (12cps)
|CGE13111||Understanding Society through Stratistical Reasoning|
|CGE26514||Contemp. China: Challenges and Strategies|
|+ two GE coruses from the following domains*:
*at least one course must be chosen from Arts and Humanities, and at least ONE of the courses chosen must be at level A2.
|Please visit the General Education page for more details.|
Note 1: Course transferrable to BBA programmes of CityU
According to the Graduate Exit Survey 2020, 93.8% of surveyed graduates went on to further studies. The following table lists some of the degree programmes that accepted our graduates in recent years.
|Bachelor of Business (Top-up)|
|UOW College Hong Kong|
|Bachelor of Accounting (Honours)|
|Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Finance|
|City University of Hong Kong1|
|Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business|
|Bachelor of Social Sciences in Asian and International Studies|
|Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Management|
|Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Management|
|The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|Integrated Bachelor of Business Administration|
|The University of Hong Kong|
|Bachelor of Science in Information Management|
|Hong Kong Baptist University|
|Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Marketing|
Note 1: Some courses are transferrable to the BBA programmes of CityU. Please visit programme structure for details.
Graduates from this programme will find employment in multinational firms as well as firms that conduct business internationally. Industries that require expertise in international business include import/export trade, financial services, transportation, communications services, management consultancy and others.
Any enquiries relating to the ABAIBM programme should be directed to the Programme Leader, Mr Michael Wu.
Faculty of Business
Telephone: 2707 3131
Fax: 2707 3132
Address: 1/F, Le Billionnaire, 46 Sa Po Road, Kowloon City, Hong Kong
[Sung Wong Toi MTR Station Exit B3]
Telephone: (852) 2707 3111
Fax: (852) 2707 3222
Address: 1/F, Billionnaire Royale, 83 Sa Po Road, Kowloon City, Hong Kong
[Sung Wong Toi MTR Station Exit B3]
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