What's Happening in IPO

20 Sep 2017

Happy Year-End Gathering of IPO Student Ambassadors

IPO Student Ambassadors gathered at year-end dinner to share their outreach experience.

7 Sep 2017

RMBI Students Won the “Best Business Idea Award" in EY Hackathon Hong Kong 2017

Risk Management and Business Intelligence (RMBI) students won the “Best Business Idea Award" in EY Hackathon Hong Kong 2017 with a flight delay prediction project which was recommended as the highest commercial value project in the competition.

7 Sep 2017

RMBI Students Won the Champion in the HSBC Financial Dialogue Series- FinTech Challenge 2017

Risk Management and Business Intelligence (RMBI) students Charles WONG and Florence SZETO together with their teammates from The University of Hong Kong won the Champion of the HSBC Financial Dialogue Series - FinTech Challenge 2017 in early August 2017.

6 Sep 2017

The Launch of RMBI Newsletter Issue 13

The 13th issue of RMBI Newsletter is published. It covers the stories about Financial Crime Risk: Anti-Money Laundering and The Rise of Text Mining in Financial Markets.

1 Sep 2017

IPO students embarked on their career development beyond their expectation via Airport Authority’s Internship Program

The Summer Internship Closing Ceremony, organized by the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) was held successfully on 11 August 2017, indicating that the AA Summer Internship Program 2017 finally came to an end. Three IPO students from the Risk Management and Business Intelligence Program (RMBI) and the Environmental Management and Technology Program (EVMT), together with four other HKUST students selected for the Program had a fruitful experience in this eight-week internship and gave their project presentation in the ceremony.

10 Aug 2017

EVMT becoming popular HKUST JUPAS choice for local students

IPO Director Prof King Chow, EVMT Program Co-Director Prof Arthur Lau shared why interdisciplinary BSc in Environmental Management and Technology program (EVMT) became the most popular HKUST JUPAS choice for DSE students in recent years. EVMT graduate Johnny Yeung shared his vision in reducing carbon pollution from air travel by promoting local tourism through his website V’air Hong Kong. Another EVMT graduate Chris Ko shared her story of opening a tea store to promote healthy living after her mother’s death from cancer.