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Be a Mentee in the Faculty Mentorship Programme

Publishing Date: 19/09/2014 (Last Update: 19/09/2014)

The application is now open for students who are interested to become a mentee in the Faculty Mentorship Programme 2015. 

The FBE Mentorship Programme aims to provide a platform for FBE students to enhance their transferable skills and professional knowledge through a one-on-one or small group relation with a mentor.  Mentors and mentees are free to arrange their own activities or meetings at the time at their convenience.  The Faculty will also organise group events to strengthen the Mentorship Programme.

Through the FBE Mentorship Programme, mentees can extend their business and personal network, understand the expectation of potential employers and develop essential skills employers look for as well as learn from the achievements and experience of seasoned professionals. 

Full-time non-final year FBE undergraduate students.  Students who are not in Hong Kong for over four months will not be eligible.

Interested students please put in an application via the link:

Application periodSeptember 22, 2014 (9:00 a.m.) – October 6, 2014 (5:00 p.m.)

Late application will NOT be accepted.

Please contact Ms Silvia Lam at email: or phone: (852) 3917 5343.

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