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Boards of Examiners

Terms of Reference

The Board of Examiners makes decisions on examinations, continuous assessment and recommendation of students for graduation. It has the following duties:

  1. To maintain the academic standards of the programme at a level appropriate to the type of award;
  2. To approve examination question papers after considering the views and recommendations of External Academic Advisers*, where appropriate;
  3. To maintain general supervision of the system of continuous assessment, where it applies;
  4. To maintain the proper conduct of examinations;
  5. To determine students' examination results;
  6. To assess the progress of students and to report its decisions, including its recommendations for award classification, to the Undergraduate Examinations Board (undergraduate programmes) or the Postgraduate Studies Committee (postgraduate programmes); and
  7. To consider appeals referred to it by the Registrar.

[* Comments from External Academic Advisers should be used for future reference and forward planning purpose.]




Faculty Associate Director, TPg Programme
Members: Dean of Faculty of Business
Head of Department of Management
All staff concerned with the setting and marking of any part of the examinations


To be appointed by the Chairman



Current Members AY2023-24



Prof. LENG Mingming (冷明明)

Dean of the Faculty of Business

Prof. CHEN Tingting (陳婷婷)

Head and Associate Professor

Prof. WONG Shiu-ho, Alfred (黃兆濠)

Adjunct Professor

Prof. CHEN Yifeng, Nancy (陳弋風)


Prof. Paul A. WHITLA

Professor of Teaching

Prof. NI Na (尼娜) Associate Professor of Teaching and Associate Director of Taught Postgraduate Programmes Office

Prof. LI Na, Yolanda (李娜)

Assistant Professor

Prof. JEONG In Seong, Lewis

Assistant Professor

Prof. WANG Nan (王楠)

Assistant Professor

Prof. LEE Xue Ren, Randy (李學仁)

Assistant Professor

Prof. ZHANG Hong (張宏)

Research Assistant Professor

Dr. KOU Yu, Sharon (寇雨)

Postdoctoral Fellow