3 Top Business Schools from 3 Continents

GLOBE brings together the expertise and talents from three top business schools, each of which is situated in the major economic and cultural centre of Asia, North America and Europe respectively. This ensures that GLOBE is offering the best-in-class educational courses, as well as genuinely global experience and networks.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is best known as one of the world’s leading international financial centres, where the city’s convergence of global and Chinese advantages offers prominent business opportunities in Asia and the rest of the globe. Demonstrating confidence in its monetary and market systems, Hong Kong gains strong global acceptance for its quality regulatory regime, rich human capital and efficient infrastructure. Extensive trade and investment ties with Mainland China outstands the dynamic city from neighbouring competitors such as Singapore and South Korea. A place where “East meets West”, Hong Kong has much to offer from fusion cuisine to characteristic skyscrapers.

CUHK Business School (CUHK)

Being the first business school in Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School is recognized as one of the leading business schools in Asia. It has received numerous awards for its dedication to provide world-class business education that attains international recognition. In 2015, its EMBA Program was ranked No.31 worldwide by the Financial Times. The University of Texas-Dallas in 2011 ranked CUHK Business School No. 1 worldwide in international business research, based on publication counts in Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS).

Website of CUHK Business School


Copenhagen’s world-conquering urban quality of life makes it the most liveable city in the world 2013, according to the Monocle Magazine. The Danish city, known for its entrepreneurial culture and sustainable green society, demonstrates strong global competitiveness as the economic and financial centre of Denmark. Being the home to many well-known multinational corporations, Copenhagen is a perfect place to examine the corporate response to European integration. During your stay, be sure to take a stroll along its colourful waterfront lined with quaint townhouses, bike around the architectural landmarks and live out your life at a place ranked as one of the world’s happiest nation.

Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

Established in 1917, Copenhagen Business School is one of the largest business schools in Northern Europe. It offers comprehensive range of university level degrees in business economics. In 2014, CBS was ranked No.1 in the world by Eduniversal based on Dean’s Recommendation Rate, before London Business School and Harvard Business School.

Website of Copenhagen Business School

Chapel Hill, NC

Located at the heart of the Research Triangle Region, Chapel Hill is a thriving hub of innovation known as one of the most prominent research and development centres in the United States. The Research Triangle Region is home to pioneering industries and a mixture of high-tech start-ups, cultivating science advancement and a competitive eminence culture. The Carolina Tar Heels fuels passion for Chapel Hill’s campus sports, which has always been a distinctive feature of the town’s culture vis-à-vis three proximate rivalry schools. Explore, taste and tune into the sounds and sights at edge of the triangle — Chapel Hill.

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School (UNC)

The Kenan-Flagler Business School of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is one of the world’s best business schools. It offers a rich portfolio which prepares business leaders to manage successfully in a global environment. As part of the 2013 Best Undergraduate B-Schools ranking, Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School in second place for “Top Undergraduate Business Schools for International Business”.

Website of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School