|Student Exchange Programme
The Faculty of Business, in line with the policy of Chu Hai College of Higher Education, offers an Exchange Programme that covers countries from Asia to Europe to provide students with the opportunity to gain global exposure. Meanwhile, students also have plenty of opportunities to meet inbound exchange students on the College campus.
Sharing of outbound exchange students in the University of Duisburg Essen, Germany
Ms. WONG Yan-Kei (Business Administration student)
Mr. Leo LEE (Accounting and Banking student)
The Faculty Internship Programme offers our students the opportunities to gain valuable experiences in real life business settings, learn more about their career interests and passion, and explore career options in different industry sectors. Interns would have the chance to work full time at the sponsoring organization’s local office for at least eight weeks in the summer holidays. Our sponsoring organizations include Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited, Pizza Hut Hong Kong Management Limited and Worldwide Flight Services Holding S.A, etc.
Participating students would be given priority consideration for scholarships, exchange, internship, mentorship and other training opportunities. They also serve as ambassadors for the Faculty and College in promotion activities such as the Information Day.
The Mentoring Programme serve as a platform for students to learn from industry experts and accomplished alumni through sharing and role modelling, and allows students to expand their learning experience beyond the classroom and transit on to their career more smoothly upon graduation. The first batch of student mentees are chosen from the participants of the Leadership Programme of the Faculty. The Mentorship Programme was well received by the Mentors and Mentees and hopefully more students can benefit from this programme in the future.
Every business student would be assigned an academic staff of his/her respective Department be his/her personal Academic Advisor for individual guidance during their studies at Chu Hai.
Dynamic Student-Faculty Interaction