Meeting the Professional Needs of the Business Community

Owing to a knowledge-based, technologically advanced economy, Hong Kong’s demand for well-educated manpower has already exceeded supply and is expected to grow rapidly especially in the areas of business, finance, insurance, and logistics. As Hong Kong is undergoing a transition from skill-based to knowledge-based economy that includes high value-added business and services, management professionals have therefore become the key human resources for supporting the transition. All of these factors indicate that graduates of the Finance Programme will be well placed to gain employment from the expected increase in manpower demand in the future.

Full Awareness of Business Opportunities in China

With the emergence of China as a member of the WTO, Hong Kong joining the CEPA, and the rapid development of other Asian major cities, Hong Kong is facing increasing competition from other regional counterparts. It is vital for us to develop a coherent and consistent direction that is in line with the development of China and to fortify our strengths in order to take full advantage of the plentiful business opportunities that come about from China’s visible growth status. As it is evident that China is undergoing rampant growth in the industrial and business sectors, Hong Kong, in order to take advantage of the above, should concentrate on what we do best by providing and supplementing China with professional and management expertise that are on a par with international standards.


As a tertiary education institution, it is our responsibility to equip our citizens with professional and technological know-how through quality education. Our Finance Programmes are in position to help meet this robust demand for well-trained, highly qualified and experienced professionals in Hong Kong and its neighbouring regions.Our past graduates are largely employed in finance related jobs. Typically, they are working as

  • Financial planners or advisors
  • Financial products sales
  • Asset managers
  • Risk managers
  • Financial systems and products developers

They work in major banking, financial institutions and security houses.