Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) (BBA)


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Program Description


The Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) programme is an integrated combination of general education and high-quality business studies. It offers seven concentrations of business studies, which are:

This programme adopts a hybrid admission approach. Students can choose to admit to BBA (Hons) or BBA (Hons) - Accounting Concentration. Admitted students in BBA (Hons) can investigate different concentrations by completing a common Year 1 curriculum and must declare their concentration by the end of Year 1.

Students can choose from one of the six concentrations (except for Accounting Concentration, of which direct application is required) which they will specialise from Year 2 onwards.

Additional graduation options include:

  • a Double Degree programme in Business with Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Canada;
  • a Double Degree programme with Kozminsky University (KU) in Poland;
  • a Double Concentration within the BBA (Hons) programme; or
  • a Minor in a non-business discipline from HKBU.

Programme Features

Experiential Learning

All BBA students are required to complete at least 120 hours of experiential learning activities (exchange/internship/service learning) before graduation.

Close Teacher-student Relationship

Average class size of BBA Programmes is 45 students.

Local and Overseas Internship Opportunities

The School cooperates with well-known organisations to offer BBA students a variety of exchange and internship opportunities.

Extensive Exchange Opportunities

The School has established formal exchange agreements with over 200 leading universities in 36 countries, allowing our students to complete part of their degree abroad.

High Graduate Employment Rate

96% of BBA students employed full-time 6 months after graduation.

Triple Accreditations

HKBU School of Business is the only business school in Hong Kong, also among the 1% of the world's business schools to be triple-accredited.

Career Opportunities

Graduates can explore a wide range of career options in accounting and management, advertising, banking, business analysis, global and China business, economic analysis, finance, IS auditing, management or human resources management, marketing/sales, research, systems analysis, training, and consulting.

Admission Requirements

The Programme welcomes applicants from all over the world.

A holistic approach is adopted in selecting applicants on individual merits. Applicants are required to meet the University admissions requirements, English Language requirements and Programme admissions requirements (if any). Most international curricula are considered. For more information, please visit:


Renewable Admission Scholarships

Overseas students with excellent academic result and good interview performance would be recommended to receive an admission scholarship of HK$190,000 (Full Award) and HK$95,000 (Half Award), which is renewable for normal duration of studies subject to the student’s achievement of good result.

One-off Admission Scholarships

One-off admission scholarship of HK$40,000 and HK$20,000 are also available for applicable overseas students.

Last updated Apr 2020

About the School

For more than half a century, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has been at the vanguard of business education in Asia, molding generations of business leaders. Steeped in a tradition of academic ex ... Read More

For more than half a century, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has been at the vanguard of business education in Asia, molding generations of business leaders. Steeped in a tradition of academic excellence, yet always looking forward to new intellectual horizons, HKBU prides itself in striving to always remain a true pioneer in business education. Located at the crossroads between the emerging countries of Asia and the West, HKBU is ideally situated to confront the changes impacting our world, be it the economic resurgence of China, the deepening impact of globalization or the need for new ethical standards in the age of sustainability. Read less