Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries
The Bachelor of Commerce (Law and Business) programme is recognized by the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries as a Partnership Bachelor’s Programme with exemption given to our graduates who have met the stipulated requirements. Successful students who have completed the study of the Corporate Governance and Management Concentration will receive exemption from Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries professional examinations, Part 1, towards Qualification as a Chartered Company Secretary under the current International Qualifying Scheme. The programme will seek recognition under the newly implemented qualifying programme, the Chartered Governance Qualifying Programme in 2020.
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Students who are interested in dispute resolution may choose to study a number of relevant courses offered (LAW314 Commercial Dispute Resolution, GEB202 Getting People to Say Yes: Negotiation and Mediation). These courses provide good foundation for those who aspire to advance themselves to become accredited mediators.
Students and graduates may choose to study a 40-hour accredited mediation training as a first step in acquiring the status of accredited general mediator. Mr Iu Ting Kwok, a solicitor and a distinguished mediator in town, has offered scholarships to our students or graduates to participate in the accredited mediation training. The completion of this 40-hours training is recognized as the completion of Stage 1 training of the Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association Limited.