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Career Development Service

The Taught Postgraduate Programmes Office (TPO) aims to assist full-time taught postgrduates of the Faculty of Business in career planning and preparations through a series of professional workshops/seminars and job hunting skills training.

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Career Guidance Services

Ever have questions on your job hunting journey? Confused about your career path ahead and don't know from whom to seek help? 
Career Advising Services of Office of Student Affairs (OSA) assists students to make informed career choices commensurate with their talents, interests and aptitude in preparation for employment after graduation.
Please visit OSA’s website for more details: 
https://www.ln.edu.hk/osa/career

We offer the following career guidance services:

  • CV Clinic
  • Interview Skills
  • Mock Interview Practice
  • Career Planning and Development
  • Job Search Techniques

If you wish to make an appointment, simply click HERE.

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Useful Resources


A. How to prepare a good CV

"Curriculum vitae (CV)" and "resume" are two documents which differ in terms of content. CV provides details of your career while resume gives a brief and concise summary of your skills and experience. Though sometimes these two terms are used interchangeably, a detailed description of your previous work experience, i.e. CV, is preferred.

CV is an important document in job application and never underestimates its value. It gives prospective employers the first impression of you. Your CV needs to tell an employer why you are the best candidate for the job.

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Employment Policies

There are various laws and policies related to employment and below are some general ones that you need to know.
Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates (IANG) Policy
Non-local students who have obtained a degree or higher qualification of a full-time and locally accredited programme in Hong Kong may apply to stay/return and work in Hong Kong under the "Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates (IANG) Policy". For details of the Policy, please visit the HKSAR Immigration Department website.
Hong Kong Employment Ordinance (Labour Department of Hong Kong)

A Concise Guide to the Employment Ordinance.

Minimum Wage Ordinance (Labour Department of Hong Kong)
To protect the well-being of the workforce, starting from 1 May 2011, the Statutory Minimum Wage (SMW) comes into force in Hong Kong. The current SMW rate is $34.5 per hour effective from 1 May 2017 and it will raise to $37.5 per hour, with effective from 1 May 2019. Details of Minimum Wage Ordinance are available at Labour Department Website.
Occupational Safety and Health Ordinance
The Occupational Safety and Health Ordinance provides for the safety and health protection to employees in workplaces, both industrial and non-industrial. It is basically an enabling ordinance setting out requirements in general terms. More details are available HERE.
Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) Scheme
MPF is an employment-based retirement protection scheme launched in December 2000. Under the MPF Ordinance, employers in all industries should enrol their regular employees (i.e. employees who are at least 18 but under 65 years of age and have been employed for a continuous period of 60 days or more) in an MPF scheme within the first 60 days of employment. The Ordinance is applicable to both local and non-local residents. Click HERE for details.
Part-time Jobs
Starting from November 1 2023, full-time non-local postgraduate students would be temporarily exempted from the restrictions on taking up part-time jobs. The arrangement will be implemented on a trial basis for two years. For details, please refer to the Immigration Department's website.

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Job Board (For Employers)

Thank you for your interest in recruiting our taught postgraduate business students, you are most welcome to contact our officers in understanding more about our student profile. Potential employers are welcome to send an email to us at tpgpofb@LN.edu.hk. Our colleagues will contact you shortly after submission.