Programme Intended Learning Outcome
Upon successful completion of this programme, students will be able to:
- Apply broad-based business knowledge and problem solving skills to a wide range of issues;
- Apply theories, concepts and skills relating to financial services in academic and work situations to produce quality output giving regard to ethical and social responsibility implications;
- Examine the major socio-political, cultural and economic issues affecting financial markets in the local, national, regional and international contexts;
- Apply generic skills like information technology, quantitative and analytical reasoning in a range of spheres;
- Communicate efficiently in English as well as Chinese, both orally and in writing, in different business environments;
- Relate the major ideas in arts and humanities, science and technology to their own area of study.
Further Studies PathwaysAccording to the Graduate Exit Survey, about 83.3% of the graduates went on to further studies. Of those who pursued further studies, over 92.4% gained entry into the local Universities/Institutions (government-funded and self-financed), while the others enrolled in overseas top-up degree programmes in Hong Kong.
The following table lists some of the degree programmes which have accepted our graduates in recent years. For a comprehensive list, please refer to the articulation table.
- Graduates from this programme will be able to find employment in banks, insurance companies and other institutions dealing with investment and financial planning. Normally graduates will take up customer relations, marketing, financial planning or other front office positions in these institutions. Some will take up management trainee positions and be posted to operations or supporting units.
- According to the Graduate Exit Survey, CCCU/UOWCHK graduates took an average of 2 months to get a full time job with an average monthly salary of HK$22,000.
General Education Courses
Four courses to be chosen from all of the following domains:
- Arts and Humanities
- Science and Technology
- Society and Organisations
Programme Specific Entrance Requirements
No programme-specific entrance requirement
Mode of Study