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Dec 2017

Programme Seminar - Master of Science in Business Management (Leadership and Innovation) (January 2018 Intake)

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| Human Capital Leadership

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Date & time
08Dec 2017 (Fri)19:00 - 20:00 Free
Room 611, 6/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong (Exit D, Admiralty MTR Station)
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Master of Science in Business Management (Leadership and Innovation)



The MSc BM (L&I) is designed for current as well as aspiring managerial leaders. It equips students with an approach to management that blends leadership skills and the ability to synthesise innovative solutions to problems of modern management. The dissertation must reflect the study of leadership and innovation.


  • The programme is desinged for current as well as aspiring managerial leaders
  • Unique in Hong Kong
  • Focus on specific concepts that are relevant to the business world
  • Lecturers of Edinburgh Napier will visit Hong Kong to teach
  • Develop business practitioners capable of leadership and management in the dynamic global business environment.
  • Stimulate an analytic, creative and innovative approach to management decision making in diverse contexts.
  • Develop individuals who can integrate generalist and subject specific knowledge with organisations, and formulate and implement informed decsions. 
  • Graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma in Business programme offered by HKU SPACE will be granted exemption of five modules, "Leadership, Strategy and Innovation", "Global Economic Environment and Marketing", "Organisational Change and Management", "Leadership Learning and Development" and "Sustaining Organisational Perforance" (20 credits each module)
  • Graduates of the Postgradaute Certificate in Managerial Psychology programme offered by HKU SPACE can be granted exemption of one module, "Organisational Change and Management" (20 credits).