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Mentorship Programme

HKU Business School Masters Mentorship Programme


HKU MEcon & MFin Mentorship Programme 2018-19

The programme aims to provide a platform for Masters students (mentees) to explore beyond the classroom and gain real world insights in industry and career development from alumni (mentors), all of whom are experienced professionals and senior executives. Through this programme, alumni are able to reconnect to the alma mater, foster an engaging Masters community, and contribute their knowledge and experience to nurture the young generation.

Overview: 

A mentor is an adviser or guide providing real world industry information, insights on career development and advice on personal growth.  

Compulsory programme-level activities, including kick-off ceremony, career interview sessions and thanksgiving dinner will be arranged. Other voluntary group-level activities may include office visits, lunches and professional or social events. 

Programme Duration:  

Normally 6 months, from November to April.

Enquiries and Support:

Please contact Ms Pauline Hui, Manager (Alumni & Student Services) for Masters Programmes at huicw@hku.hk or 3962 1489.

 

Mentorship Kick-off Ceremoney

   Mentorship Kick-off Ceremony

 

   Mentorship Kick-off Ceremony

 

   Mentorship Kick-off Ceremony

 

   Mentorship Kick-off Ceremony

 

Mentorship Activities

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

 

   Mentorship Activities

Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

   Mentorship Thanksgiving Dinner

 

Mentor: Bin CHEN (Second from the right)  Mentee: Alex LI (First from the left)

Mentor: Bin CHEN (Second from the right)
Mentee: Alex LI (First from the left)

The mentorship programme not only allows me to have a close contact with professionals in finance industry and broaden my social network, but also helps me plan my career path. I really appreciate this programme and my mentor.

Mentor: Cindy CHENG (Second from the left)  Mentee: Kelly IP (Third from the right)

Mentor: Cindy CHENG (Second from the left)
Mentee: Kelly IP (Third from the right)

I believe this programme can really help me build a long term relationship with my mentor as I know that it’s really hard to find someone out there who are willing to share their experience with me and nurturing the younger generation.

Mentor: Kate KWAN (Middle)  Mentee: Sida HE (Second from the left)

Mentor: Kate KWAN (Middle)
Mentee: Sida HE (Second from the left)

Dr. Kate's enthusiasm and commitment to work truly inspire me and I feel this is exactly the place where I can contribute, learn and grow. Her passion about music and voluntary work reminds me that our life can be quite colorful and fruitful.

Mentor: Irene WONG (Middle of front row)  Mentee: Jiayao CHEN (Right of the front row)

Mentor: Irene WONG (Middle of front row)
Mentee: Jiayao CHEN (Right of the front row)

Irene is a great model for us. The characteristic she has, being professional, responsible and innovation, daring to change, always keeping an eye on the market, and so on, are what we should learn. Her rich experience does inspire us to become a better person in work place and we should never forget to learn something new.

Mentor: Zenki KWAN (Left)  Mentee: Yuyu GU (Right)

Mentor: Zenki KWAN (Left)
Mentee: Yuyu GU (Right)

As a postgraduate student as well as a newcomer in society, I was confused from time to time. Thanks to Zenki, who is a helpful teacher and a sincere friend, I gradually know what kind of work I want to do and what kind of person I want to be in the future.