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Welcome to Alumni Relations

Message from the Dean

Message from the Dean

The College of Business is a globally-oriented business school with alumni all over the world. I want to take this opportunity to welcome graduates, current students, and friends to connect with us. Our aim is to reunite alumni, students, and faculty members of the six departments under the College of Business.

We hope to encourage you, our valued alumni and friends, to take a look at your achievements and your network. Our editor has spoken to some of you about your CB journey and challenges at work. These inspiring stories are presented in this issue.

I hope that these featured stories can RE-ignite your passion.

Featured Alumnus   [ All Stories ]

MBA Story

Chris Leung
MBA & CityU SCOPE Instructor

Corporate Standpoint
Chris Leung, Passenger Sales Supervisor (Hong Kong, Philippines and South China) at Turkish Airlines, Country Sales & Marketing Chairman at Star Alliance, and CityU School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE) Instructor, shares his view of the job market from a corporate standpoint... [ Full Story ]

MGT Story

Janice Shek
BBA in Electronic Commerce '12

Back to Zero
Janice Shek lives a simple life, just the same as everyone else. “I am thankful that everything went smoothly in my life; from secondary school form 7, to post-secondary BBA HRM at CityU, to Year 3 exchange in New York, to grad trip to Europe, to 1st full time Human Resource job at Tsui Wah, and now to Customer Service Officer at Cathay Pacific (CX). They all seemed like a dream that just happened yesterday.” During her one year at Tsui Wah, she had the opportunity to be part of the preparation team prior to Tsui Wah becoming a listing corporation in the market... [ Full Story ]

MS Story

Eddie Lam
BBA in Management Sciences '11

From Nothing to Something
In Form 7, like other secondary school students, Eddie Lam dreamed of attending university; but it turned out that his A-level exam scores were insufficient for entering into a bachelor’s program. Later that year he went into an Associate Degree program in Accountancy. The choice was influenced by his parents’ “4-Profession Concept”— i.e., being a doctor, a lawyer, an accountant, or an engineer is the most ideal career choice. Not wanting to fail, Eddie worked hard to prepare for his 2nd challenge, the Non - Jupas interviews... [ Full Story ]