News & Achievements
The Global Undergraduate Awards recognises BBA (IBGM) student Shivang Singh as “Highly Commended Entrant” for his research
Shivang Singh, a year 4 BBA(IBGM) student, has been recognised as “Highly Commended Entrant” by The Global Undergraduate Awards for his research paper “Investigating the business ethics of bike-sharing companies”. His work was considered to be among the top 10% of academic coursework submitted globally in the “Business” category.
Deans from Top Business Schools Joined The Stanford China Economic Forum To Facilitate International Collaborations and Explore Education Trends
Themed with ‘The Future of Business Education in the U.S. and China’, theStanford China Economic Forum 2020 was held online on October 16 (Friday). Three Deans from the world-leading Business Schools were invited to the event to share their insights, including Professor Hongbin Cai, Dean of HKU Business School, Professor Ann Harrison, The Bank of America Dean of Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, together with Jonathan Levin, The Philip H. Knight Professor and Dean of the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.
HKU Business School Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum
More than 20 alumni entrepreneurs from various industries and business backgrounds attended the HKU Business School Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum to discuss how startup founders can leverage investors to scale up their business and unlock success.
HKU Business School member wins UGC Teaching Award 2020
Mr. David S. Lee, Principal Lecturer of HKU Business School, received the University Grants Committee (UGC) Teaching Award 2020 under the category of Early Career Faculty Members for his outstanding teaching performance and excellent scholarly achievements. He is the first business discipline faculty member in Hong Kong to receive such prominent teaching honour.
HKU Business School teams win the championships in 2020 PwC’s STEM Challenge
Out of the 34 winning teams, four teams from HKU Business School won the championships in 2020 PwC’s STEM Challenge. The Challenge attracted 1,700 teams from 100 universities from Hong Kong, China and other countries around the globe. It aims to raise the awareness among university students, to promote firm's diversified digital services and to demonstrate PwC as a promising platform for the STEM talents to develop their long term career.