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Mentoring next-generation leaders: Group Chairman interacts with HKUST students
Hong Kong, June 28, 2017 - The Business Students' Union (BSU) of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) organized a firm visit to C&T on June 23, 2017. Our founder and Chairman, Ir. Ng Cheung Shing welcomed the group of BSU committee members at our Cyberport headquarters.
The first school union established in HKUST, BSU is student-run, non-political and non-profit-making. As the sole union representing all the students studying in the School of Business and Management, it provides a kaleidoscope of academic-based, career-oriented, social and recreational activities and services for over 1,600 members today. Through such activities, it hopes to expand the frontiers of students' knowledge and increase their exposure to the business world as well as enhancing bonding among members.
Established also in the founding year of C&T, BSU has inherited over 25 years of great history. This year, the union strives for "change and stability" and creating a better future through continuous improvements. In this visit, the BSU committee members introduced their union and 2016-2017 year plan, and received Ir. Ng's suggestions regarding the union's future development. During their interaction, the committee also invited Ir. Ng to a series of BSU activities, including Career Series 2017 and Mentoring Program 2017, in which business students can have the opportunity to learn from Ir. Ng and other business leaders with their experiences of successful career development and starting and growing businesses.
This student activity is a great occasion letting HKUST business students learn the real, practical operation of an enterprise. Through interaction with Ir. Ng, the students took valuable advice on the year plan and future development of BSU and learned how to start and manage an IT business. C&T hopes this experience has contributed to BSU's effort to get them well-prepared to become the future pillars of our society.