In 2015, the university established its Center in Hong Kong. Home to the Chicago Booth Executive MBA Program in Asia, the Center hosts workshops and conferences for scholars from across the academic spectrum as well as the University’s first undergraduate study abroad program in Hong Kong. About us
A $30 million grant from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, a non-profit institution and Hong Kong’s largest community benefactor, will support the construction of the University of Chicago’s new center in Hong Kong, establishing a hub for education, research and collaboration. It adds to and complements the University’s centers in Beijing and Delhi, expanding the University’s work and engagement in China and Asia.
November 21, 2016
For many first-year students, the University’s academic community was the source of their interest in the College. The Class of 2020 represents a diverse group of students—among them star athletes, founders of nonprofits seeking to improve the world, chess champions, and artists, among others.
October 12, 2016
College and university rankings have received a good deal of attention in recent years. While the media outlets and other organizations that develop these rankings often collect useful data, controversy has arisen over how that data is aggregated and weighted to create a final ranking.
September 22, 2016