The largest business alumni network in Hong Kong

As a student of CUHK Business School, you will have access to our global network of 34,000 diverse, active and influential alumni. We offer opportunities to build friendships and mentorships among students and alumni as part of our commitment to nurturing business leaders with an Asian focus and a global vision.

Our alumni network includes:

  • 11 Alumni Associations
  • 5 Alumni Chapters and Networks
  • 41 Alumni Ambassadors

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What our alumni say

Our network of 1,000 MScITM alumni are passionate about collaborating with each other and with current students, continuously expanding our network of deep connections and influence in business and society. If you would like to connect with ITM Alumni Association, you can email to aa-itm@cuhk.edu.hk.


Xiuye Zhu
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Full-time) 2019
Research Assistant,China Finance 40 Forum-Shanghai Finance Institute

“For me, coming from a finance background, knowledge of information technology has helped me to expand my cognitive boundaries and enrich my practical abilities. The curriculum of the ITM programme is varied. ‘Information Systems Analysis and Auditing’ was particularly helpful for understanding information systems. Courses on databases and business intelligence enabled us to execute our ideas with different tools, such as Python. ‘Strategic Information Systems’ even helped me to develop some ideas on smart cities and e-payment for participation in the Tencent Financial Innovation competition.”


Yammi Chan
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2019
Manager (Financial Infrastructure), Hong Kong Monetary Authority

“Studying in the MSc ITM was a positive life-changing experience for me. Having completed the programme, I have greater confidence in my career path in this revolutionary digital era. I also met talented people with common interests, and enjoyed and valued sharing knowledge with others.”


Alex Law
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2019
Director (Information Technology), UBP SA

“Working full time while following a part-time study programme is never an easy journey, but I am grateful to have received so much help from the professors and teaching assistants. The course teachers shared their technical knowledge and also their experience in the industry, which made the lectures fun and fruitful. The ITM programme also serves as a platform to gather classmates from different backgrounds and expertise. Not only do we have a chance to share our past experience and knowledge, but also to deepen friendships in the classroom and library. The program might be over in two years, but the relationships and connections will last forever. ”


Alvin Ko
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2018
Manager, Technical and Operation Support, DP World Asia Holdings Limited

“The MSc ITM program is the best choice for part-time students like me who are looking for a flexible learning curriculum with a balance of work and study. Students come from different industries and have varied expertise. The course project pulls us together to share knowledge and exchange ideas to tackle the challenges. I met many new friends and broadened my horizons in this program, which is a great learning experience and highly recommended for both tech and non-tech people.”


Sophia Xie
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Full-time) 2017
IT Analyst, IT Solutions

“The one-year course at CUHK is short but comprehensive, providing not only basic knowledge about IT, but also soft skills that are useful for work such as project management, data management and supply chain management. Moreover, what we learned through the program was practical and up-to-date with developments in the IT industry. Most of all, the program has brought me a group of wonderful friends with whom I can learn from and grow up with.”


Manly Ng
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2017
Project Manager, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

“In this programme, I was able to participate in starting a new business. I learnt to understand people’s needs, brainstorm innovative ideas, create prototypes and manage implementation. This course provides theory as well as real cases, real business models and real start-up stories shared by inspiring guest speakers. The most valuable message I received was that ‘the IT business exists to bring happiness to people through technology, not just to make money.”


Rosita Leung
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2017
Internal Audit Manager, Telstra Global

“Technology is the backbone of successful business. Coming from an accounting background, I wanted to boost my career with IT expertise. This programme gave me a grounding in IT, an understanding of data and project management and opportunities to execute my start-up ideas. I highly recommend it, even for those without a technical background.”


Thomas Fung
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2016
Training Programme Manager HK/TW, Apple Inc.

“Taking the MScITM at CUHK was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Every part of the programme, from the exciting orientation camp to the eye-opening field trip to Silicon Valley, has been a challenging yet rewarding experience. I’m grateful for our course instructors, who gave me refreshing ideas, crucial skills and new perspectives – all of which are helping me solve the challenges that arise at work.”


Chris Kwok
MSc in Information and Technology Management (Part-time) 2015
Principal Solutions Architect, PricewaterhouseCoopers

“CUHK’s MScITM programme helped me build a managerial mindset and vision, which has prepared me to overcome new challenges in my profession. I would recommend the this programme to any IT expert looking to climb the management ladder and advance their career.”

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