Why recruit at HKBU
One of our fundamental roles is to ensure that potential employers can connect with our students. We have designed a number of activities that enable organisations to market yourselves and engage in meaningful conversation with your future employees.
Prospective employers who want to discuss these, or would like to suggest new ideas to meet our students should not hesitate to contact us.
Schedule Company Presentations
An on-campus company presentation is the ideal vehicle to reach out to our students in a format that facilitates a meaningful conversation between your firm and prospective employees. It also directly contributes to your on-campus branding.
Arrange on-campus Interviews
Conducting on-campus interviews allows your firm to have in depth discussions with students interested to learn more about the opportunities you can offer to prospective employees.
Collaborate in Delivering Skills Workshops
Contributing to skills workshops helps our students learn skills you deem important for your organisation, and enables you to meet with students already interested by the nature of your business.
Advertise Job Openings
Employers are invited to post jobs on our University’s e-portal.
Legal and School Guidelines for Talent Acquisition
The following guidelines are served as references for recruiters, and students who intend to join the job market in Hong Kong.
Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Students
Non-local graduate students are required to apply for a visa or an entry permit upon/after graduation if they would like to stay and work in Hong Kong. The requirements include admission to a full-time and locally-accredited local programme in the HKSAR, proof of funds, absence of a criminal record and other standard requirements for this type of visa. For details, consult with the Hong Kong Immigration Department.
Regulations for Hiring Non-local Students in Hong Kong
Restrictions in respect of internship and part-time employment for non-local students have been relaxed from the 2008/09 academic year onwards. Non-local students of full-time locally-accredited local or non-local programmes at undergraduate level or above whose study period is not less than one academic year (excluding exchange students) may take up the following internships according to the specific conditions:
- Study / Curriculum-related internships that are endorsed or arranged by Hong Kong Baptist University
- Summer internships
- Part-time on-campus employment (recommend not more than 17 hours per week according to Personnel Office, despite the maximum 20 hours per week set by Hong Kong Immigration Department)
You are recommended to study the details at Hong Kong Immigration Department prior to taking up any internship and/or part-time on-campus employment.
Eligible students will be notified individually by means of a “No Objection Letter” (NOL) upon approval of entry and extension of stay applications. The NOL specifies the type(s) and conditions of employment. See sample NOLs (1) (2). For more details, please click here.
In addition, each programme has its own regulations on study or curriculum-related internship/ summer internship. For details, please visit the webpages of your programme.
Compliance with Statutory Minimum Wage Ordinance
All companies are subject to the Statutory Minimum Wage Ordinance. Any university students who are eligible to work in Hong Kong should comply with the Ordinance prior to accepting job offer. For more details, please click here.
Why Recruit at HKBU
HKBU School of Business is amongst the 1% of institutions worldwide that have been accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), The EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and The Association of MBAs (AMBA), the three most influential business school accreditations associations worldwide. This badge of quality, together with our whole-person approach to education, ensure that our students combine academic merit with the personal attributes needed to help any organisations in a value-added and ethical manner.
If you want to learn more about our students, please contact us.