With financial technology closely integrated with our daily lives, there is a surging demand for professionals who are equipped with financial and information technology knowledge.
This area of Concentration Studies aims to provide students with information technology skills and financial knowledge including e-payment, blockchain and cryptocurrency. Graduates with a solid background in both fields can further their studies in a variety of degree programmes such as financial technology, information systems, computer science and e-Business management which can lead to a career in various fields, such as becoming a junior FinTech project developer, FinTech startup software/data engineer, research analyst or information technology professional.
There has been an increasing demand for health professionals in Hong Kong in connection with the aging population. A professionally trained workforce is important to sustain the development of homecare and community health services in meeting the needs of the elderly.
This area of Concentration Studies aims to equip students with a broad spectrum of health sciences knowledge in relation to public health, health education, health psychology, diseases prevention and nutrition knowledge. There will be opportunities for internships in community NGOs and hospitals where students will learn essential skills to work as health professionals. Graduates can further their study or pursue a career in health sciences, gerontology, nutrition, biological science or related fields.
Acquiring strong communication skills is a key to success in the global economy. This area of Concentration Studies is a new and improved English Programme which encompasses both the practical use of professional communication in English alongside the strengthening of creativity.
Students will develop transferable professional communication skills enabling them to not only sharpen their English language skills, communicate confidently in public-speaking contexts but they will also immerse in English Studies which will develop their critical faculties, ingenuity as well as acumen. This gives our graduates an advantage in more options for undergraduate programmes and eventually entering the international job market where English fluency will boost competitiveness.