Supply Chain Management
This is a four-year degree programme and there are two semesters of 15 weeks per year. Each module consists of three credits; each credit consists of a minimum of 15 contact hours. Students will be required to study at least 43 modules of 129 credits in total over four years. Within the BBA-SCM Programme, two broad study pathways are envisaged. The first is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for further studies in SCM or logistic-related disciplines, and the second is for those who wish to be trained for the workplace at professional level. Both pathways provide an opportunity for students to develop a sound foundation in business and supply chain management. The Programme continuously coordinate with industrial institutions and enterprises, and provide students opportunities in professional training and public exams; for details please refer to Programme Updates.
We are very proud to announce that on 24 July 2014, our BBA-SCM Programme has been selected by the Education Bureau of HKSAR Government to join the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP). Logistics is one of the six disciplines being subsided in this scheme. Hitherto, it is the first time in Hong Kong that an undergraduate programme in the SCM field run by a self-financed institution has obtained the subsidy from the Government. Here you can find out more about the 2017/18 admission of BBA-SCM Programme for the SSSDP. An additional 35 self-financed quota for BBA-SCM (Year 1) have been approved by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications. Please take this chance to enrol via our HSMC Online Registration System.
“Introduction to Supply Chain Management”
Study at HSUHK had helped open up my mind and lay a solid foundation for my future. I deeply felt our teachers’ caring for the students.
- Mr TO Man Tik
- Relationship Manager of DBS Treasures
The four-year training I received at the School of Communication has equipped me with adequate financial knowledge which enables me to understand and organise information collected from interviewees more easily, and thus prepare news reports more promptly. While working as an intern at RTHK, I got the chance to take part in front-line interviews. Programmes offered by the School of Communication are very challenging. The diversity in my study and practices had helped broaden my horizons.
- Mr Jerold Poon
- BJC Graduate 2016
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- Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor
- Former Chief Executive
- Hong Kong Special Administrative Region