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So Yiu-chung, William
Graduate of HKCC’s Associate in Business (Human Resources Management)
Articulated into PolyU’s BBA (Honours) in Aviation Management and Logistics, Year 3


Without attaining 33222 in DSE, William could not enter university via the JUPAS route. He learned that HKCC boasts well-equipped campuses, so he applied for its Associate in Business (Human Resources Management) programme.

Economics subjects are compulsory in the Associate Degree Scheme in Business, but William performed unsatisfactorily in DSE Economics, so he had to make an all-out effort to overcome this challenge. “HKCC cares about the learning needs of students. Past exam papers are available in the libraries to help students do revision.”

A turning point in William’s studies was when he encountered Dr Ivy Chan, a senior lecturer who taught human resources subjects in the first semester, “Dr Chan illustrated her points with abundant international and local examples of human resources management. She also guided us in case studies and taught us how to apply theories and knowledge in a flexible manner.” William always consulted Dr Chan after class, which significantly improved his overall academic performance. He finally graduated with a good GPA of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale.

William’s two years of colourful college life led to his increasing interest in logistics management, so he applied for PolyU’s BBA (Honours) in Aviation Management and Logistics and was offered a UGC-funded Senior Year Place for direct entry into the third year of the programme. This means he will earn a UGC bachelor’s degree in four years after HKDSE – just like those who go the JUPAS route.