HKU Business SchoolMBA Career Development and Training team organised an HR Leaders Forum and invited over 20 prominent leaders in the field to share their insights on latest HR trends and new strategies in talent acquisition.
Towards strengthening the mutual cooperation and nurturing the next generation of talents in accountancy and finance, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and HKU Business School signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today. This is a renewed MoU between the two parties after the first MoU signed in August 2018.
To recognise HKDSE students tireless effort and perseverance throughout the pandemic, HKU Business School will offer entrance scholarship to reward high achieving students admitted to its undergraduate programmes through JUPAS and to support their development in the University.
Jointly organised by HKU Business School and Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy (HIEBS), the ‘Thought Leadership Conference Series: The Future of Hong Kong Economy’ was held today and has addressed a broad range of critical issues relating to economic development and government policies in Hong Kong, aiming to facilitate the discussion on rejuvenating the economy and make an impact to the society.
Entering its 20th anniversary, HKU Business School continues to promote economic policy research proactively and organise relevant activities, with an aim to encourage discussion on the economic policies and further contribute to the development of the society through its knowledge and expertise. Following the recent publishing of the “Hong Kong Economic Policy Green Paper” jointly with Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy (HIEBS), the School organised another press conference today, with scholars responding to the 2021-22 Budget Speech that was delivered yesterday.
HKU Business School and Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy (HIEBS) jointly announced today the “Hong Kong Economic Policy Green Paper”, suggesting new initiatives on four major areas of Hong Kong’s economic policy, including Economy & Industry, Human Capital Development, Regulation and Housing.