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Five HKDSE subjects at Level 2 or above, including English Language and Chinese Language; OR VTC Diploma of Foundation Studies; OR VTC Diploma of Vocational Education / Diploma of Vocational Baccalaureate; OR Diploma Yi Jin; OR Equivalent.
This programme offers a stream in Greater Bay Area Practice in cooperation with Shenzhen Polytechnic (SZPT).
Students will opt to study in either stream in the 4th – 5th semesters. The streaming criteria are based on (i) the number of places available in specific stream, (ii) the choice of students and (iii) their academic performance.
This programme aims to offer students opportunities to learn a second language (Business Japanese, Korean or Spanish) which will open up their professional and personal opportunities to equip them to work in multinational enterprises and global business.
Students will be offered international exposure and connections through short-term experience including study, intern and cross-cultural learning to enhance their learning, life skills and employment prospects.
Graduates are competent to develop their career in relevant trade area in international business and trade sectors. They are competent to take up positions at officer / executive level in areas such as administration, business, e-commerce, finance, shipping, exhibition, marketing, sourcing, and logistics in multinational enterprises.
Graduates can pursue relevant degrees locally or overseas. They can also apply for admission to the top-up degree programmes in Hong Kong offered by the following universities in collaboration with the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) :
# It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead. Please refer to the corresponding programme page in the website of SHAPE for the registered course no.
Business Discipline has established closed relationship and partnership with business enterprises and professional bodies. The department will invite guest speakers from various professions and arrange related workplace attachments for students to enhance their professional knowledge and employability.