Associate of Business Administration
Application Code 報名編號 : AD111
Programme Aims & Features
The Associate of Business Administration (ABA) programme is a comprehensive and broad-based business programme that focuses on integrating academic theories with real-life applications in the commercial world.
The first year of study provides students with an integrated view of various business functions in the commercial environment.
In the second year, students will then take up a specialized study theme for a more in-depth training in the different areas in business studies. Study themes include:
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Overall Progression Figures
2022 Overall Progression Rate: 90%
UGC-funded Bachelor’s Degree Programmes: 69%
Some of our graduates/students are admitted to UGC-funded degree programmes every year. The list below shows the programmes that our graduates/students of recent years have articulated to*:
BComm (Hons) Public Relations & Advertising Major (Advertising and Branding)
HKU SPACE International College
Edinburgh Napier University
University of Hull
University of London Programmes
(Academic Direction: London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE)
University of the West of England, Bristol
University of Plymouth
Our students can obtain professional recognition from various Accounting, Finance and Marketing professional bodies. Partial exemptions from various professional examinations are granted to our graduates:
- Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA)
- The Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA)
- The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
- The Association of International Accountants (AIA)
- The Society of Registered Financial Planners (RFP-HK)
*The above list is not exhaustive and only shows some of the examples.
(Choose ONE theme from the following:)
|Core Curriculum Courses|
Courses offered in each semester are subject to student enrolment and resources available.
GBA Tour, July 2023
As part of the Inter-school Entrepreneurship Workshop, 10 students from the Division of Economics and Business accompanied a group of secondary school students to visit Rainbow Shopping Mall and an electronic manufacturing factory in Dongguan. The interesting tour provided the students with the opportunity to explore the consumer culture, shopping trends, and innovative business ideas in the Greater Bay Area.
Students took a guided tour on the factory floor where they observed different stages of the production processes – starting from component assembly to final product testing and packaging. Also, they had the chance to ask questions to the management of the factory, which helped them gain insights into the challenges and opportunities of the electronic manufacturing industry in mainland.