HSMC provides a rich and vibrant campus life, enabling students to develop their potentials, broaden their exposure, and build up their social and business networks.
Student Affairs Office (SAO) provides a full range of co-curricular programmes, residential college life, international exposure and student support services.
The unique Residential Colleges (RC) system builds a robust platform for students to sharpen their communication, teamwork and self-management skills and social engagements.
Arts at HSMC
Arts at HSMC promotes arts on campus. The programme brings different forms of art to the College community, including dance, design, film, literature, music, theatre, visual arts and others.
I was very nervous when I started working as an intern. Later, I found that what I had learned from class could be applied to my work. I completed my supervisor’s assignments satisfactorily.
- Mr Kong Man Chung
- BSC-DSBI, Graduate
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.
The College has developed rapidly in recent years, in both organisational structure and campus environment.
- Mr Eddie C S Fong
- Managing Director, Head of Operations, Asia Pacific
- J.P. Morgan Asset Management