M2M HEC - HKUST Program details


The students in the M2M HEC Paris / HKUST Business School spend their first year at HEC Paris and second year at HKUST.

In addition to completing coursework at each institution in which they enroll, M2M students participate in cross-school programs that build relationships across the M2M cohort and strengthen global business skills. These programs include virtual teamwork and collaborative exercises as well as discussion of issues of worldwide import with experts convened by the participating schools.

Y1: Acquire strong knowledge in Management and grow your leadership skills at HEC Paris

Examples of Electives

Finance, Economics

International Business

HR, Social Responsibility, Sustainable Development



Electives taught in French

Y2: Develop an Asia and China Business expertise at HKUST

The second year of the M2M at HKUST gives access to the Master of Science in International Management.

The HKUST MIMT program builds a strong foundation for management success and creates a unique learning experience for all students through rigorous study and an emphasis on creativity, analytical thinking, teamwork, and actual practice.

One of the distinguishing features of the courses is the emphasis on developing Asia and China business expertise.

Students are required to complete a total of 34 credits of coursework including the following components:

Core Courses (15 credits)

  • Market Research for Business Applications
  • Managerial Decision Making
  • Doing Business in Asia
  • Understanding Consumers: A Strategic Approach
  • Skill Seminar I
  • Skill Seminar II
  • Business Project

Required Courses (5 credits)

  • Strategic Management in Asia
  • Responsible Global Leadership
  • Managing Global Complexity

Upon approval by the Academic Director, students may take other pre-selected management courses in equivalent areas offered by the School to fulfill the program requirements. The pre-selected management courses offered in each term will be announced before the term starts.

Elective Courses (14 credits)

The elective courses are a selection of courses with an international management profile chosen from the portfolio of the School. A list of elective courses offered in a particular year will be announced at the beginning of each intake.

Examples of electives:

  • Effective Negotiations
  • Financial Markets in China
  • Global Macroeconomics
  • Global Marketing Management
  • Project Management
  • Operations Management