HKBU's School of Business offers state-of-the art facilities and amenities befitting its status as one of Asia’s leading institutions of higher learning.
Exclusive Business School Facilities
Certain facilities are reserved for the exclusive use of students of the School of Business. These include:
Equipped with 12 Bloomberg terminals, the Bloomberg laboratory lets students familiarise themselves with one of the most powerful systems used by financial professionals worldwide. The terminal allows users to monitor and analyse real-time financial market data, as well as to provide news, price quotes, and secure messaging.
Students have access to Datastream, a data driven service integrating economic research and strategy with asset analysis in one integrated application widely used by the asset management industry.
Two Behavioral Research Laboratories
These laboratories are made available to staff and RPg students for academic research activities. Final year undergraduates can also use these computers for honours or academic research projects.
Simulated Trading Laboratory
The laboratory is used by students of the Fund Management Committee for investing real money donated by alumni.
Equipped with a total of 120 PCs and SPSS software.
Several common, discussion and learning rooms, as well as green gardens that provide a serene environment conducive to brainstorming, discussion and collaboration that are suitable to conduct team projects of any size.
Students of the School of Business can also freely enjoy the general facilities of the University. General facilities include a large library featuring English and Chinese titles, the University’s own Wai Hang Sports Centre as well as a multi-institution sports centre, a 3-star hotel and several coffee shops and restaurants located throughout the campus.
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Low Carbon Campus
We are proud to be the first university in Hong Kong that aims at becoming a low carbon campus that is in the process of adopting a series of long-term environmental protection strategies, such as energy conservation and green purchasing.
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