Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

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The HKU 200th Congregation and the Faculty of Business and Economics Graduation Ceremony was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on November 12, 2018. The ceremony was presided by Professor Xiang Zhang, the President and Vice-Chancellor of HKU. 

We are honoured to have Ms Louisa Cheang, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank, as our Guest-of-Honour to address the graduates this year. Ms Cheang is a proud alumnus of HKU and a Chapter Honouree of Beta Gamma Sigma – The University of Hong Kong Chapter. She has been a seasoned banking professional and recognised as one of the successful female leaders in the industry.   

In the ceremony, Ms Cheang delivered her keynote speech to graduates. She gave her heartfelt congratulations to all the graduates and wished them every success in their future.

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