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Club Meeting on 24 April 2012

posted 19 Apr 2012, 19:30 by Secretary RCOHK
Date & Time: Tuesday, 24 April 2012, 1pm-2pm 
(Registration starts at 12.45pm)

Place: The Hong Kong Bankers Club
  43/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong 

Dr Simon Leung

BSocSc (HKU); MBA, PhD (CUHK); FCPA; FCCA; FCMA; FCIS; FCS 

Director of Hong Kong Community College
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Topic: " The Double Cohort Year of 2012" 


About Dr Simon Leung

Dr Simon Leung is a long serving staff member of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), having joined the institution since 1988. He received his Long Service Award in 2004.

For the first 15 years with PolyU, Dr Leung worked for the Department of Accountancy (now the School of Accounting and Finance). He then joined Hong Kong Community College as Acting Director in 2003, and was promoted as Director after 10 months. He was further appointed in 2008 as Associate Dean (Development) of the College of Professional and Continuing Education of PolyU. During his long service with PolyU, Dr Leung has developed a very extensive network both internally at the university and externally with practitioners, professional bodies, as well as academic and non-academic institutions.

Dr Leung is a qualified accountant with academic and commercial training. He got his BSocSc from The University of Hong Kong, and his MBA and PhD from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Qualification-wise, he is a professional accountant (FCPA, FCCA), a chartered management accountant (FCMA) and a company secretary (FCIS, FCS).

On 24 April Club Meeting, Dr Simon Leung will speak us on “The Double Cohort Year of 2012”. The background for this topic is that there will be two groups of high school graduates applying to study universities this summer. They are so called the last batch of F.7 A Level (HKALE) Graduates and the first batch of S.6 Diploma (HKDSE) Graduates. As Rotarians yourselves or your friends will likely have children applying for university study this summer, you would be interested to know more about this territory-wide important topic.
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