Economics & Business Education Department
Key Learning Area
Personal, Social & Humanities Education
- to provide students at senior secondary level with fundamental business knowledge and skills, and develop their positive values and attitudes, so that they can fulfill their roles competently and confidently as consumers, investors, employees and/or entrepreneurs;
- to develop students’ generic skills in research, analysis, leadership, team-building, communication, critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving and transfer them to different domains; and
- to explore different aspects of business to prepare students for life, for learning and for employment.
- to provide students with an understanding of the nature of business activities and the environments within which they function, with particular reference to the context of Hong Kong; and
- to develop students’ awareness of current affairs and current economic policies in the local and international economy.
- to provide students with fundamental business knowledge and skills, and develop among them positive values and attitudes, so that they can play their roles competently and confidently as consumers, investors, employees and/or entrepreneurs;
- to equip students with the abilities and attitudes to become independent and life-long learners to meet the ever-changing challenges in their future studies and careers; and nurture them to become socially responsible citizens; and
- to develop students’ analytical and critical understanding of economic forces and of the interdependence of economic activities.
- to provide students of varying aptitudes with the basic economic knowledge and skills necessary to explain economic phenomena in the society;
- to develop students’ generic skills in research, analysis, communication, critical thinking and problem-solving, of which can be transferred to different domains of the business environment;
- to develop students’ ability to communicate through the effective use of economic terminology with reference to relevant data; and
- to enable students to have logical judgment on local/global economic policies and events.
- Senior Secondary School Students Exchange Programme Subvention Scheme 深圳高科技發展考察團
- Food Stalls – Promoting Green Eating
- Game Booths
- Business Lecture Series
- Student-led Subject-related Activities
- Mainland Factory Visit
- Rich Kid, Poor Kid
Senior Secondary School Students Exchange Programme Subvention Scheme
A model city in BYD
Build Your Dreams is the motto of BYD
Students learning the development of drones
Students widen their exposure on the collaboration of Chinese herbal medicine and cosmetics
Visiting the Cosmetics Innovation Centre
Visiting the Shenzhen 3 Nod Electronics for Smart Homes
Food Stalls – Promoting Green Eating
S2 students were provided with an opportunity to run food stalls during the post-exam OLE day to sell snacks prepared according to the principles of green eating.
CUHK Business School,
Business Lecture Series for Secondary School
A business lecture has been arranged for S5 Economics and BAFS students to enrich their business knowledge and interview skills. Mr Lee, Siu Po Simon from CUHK delivered a lecture covering Hong Kong business environment and interview skills for university admission and job interview to our students.
Student actively raised questions in the Q& A session
Students engaged in the mock interview
Student-led Subject-related Activities
The Budget activity was held during lunch time. The activity was co-planned by the S3 BFM and S4 BAFS students. They have designed an interactive game booth named “Budget Mon” to arouse schoolmates’ awareness of the Budget Speech.
Mainland Factory Visit
To broaden the learning horizon of students studying Economics and Business subjects, the EPA and Business Education Department organized a visit to a factory in the mainland. The visit enabled students to meet factory managers and staff members and experience the production process of products in factories.
The factory visit provides an invaluable learning experience for students
Students experienced the quality test of products in the factory
Students were curious about the structure of product parts
Rich Kid, Poor Kid –
Financial Management for Teens Road Show
A workshop, “Rich Kid, Poor Kid Financial Management for Teens” conducted by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, has been arranged for all S3 students to help them learn sound financial management practices.