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Academic Advising

Academic Advising is a process through which you will be guided, supported, encouraged and empowered to make wise and realistic academic decisions consistent with your circumstances, interests and aspirations.

 

Goals of Academic Advising

Through Academic Advising, you can...

  • explore your goals and values in both personal and academic aspects
  • understand your academic strengths and weaknesses
  • understand your graduation requirements
  • develop a study plan to achieve your goals
  • explore solutions when you encounter problems



Academic Advising at PolyU 



 

Academic Advising at ABCT

All students who are admitted to the programs of the ABCT Department will need to meet your Academic Advisor at least once a year to discuss your academic plan and aspirations.

 

List of Academic Advisors of ABCT for academic year 2021-22

BSc (Hons) in Chemical Technology (12447)

Dr. Mok Kam-wah, Daniel

Programme Leader

Dr. Cheung Kwong-chak, Gary

Deputy Programme Leader


BSc (Hons) in Applied Biology with Biotechnology (12451)

Dr. Cheung Ching-mei, Chartia

Programme Leader

Dr. Ko Chi-bun, Ben

Deputy Programme Leader


BSc (Hons) in Food Safety and Technology (12454)

Dr. Wong Ho-yin, Marcus

Programme Leader


BSc (Hons) in Analytical Sciences for Testing and Certification (12456)

Dr. Lam Kim-hung

Programme Leader


 

Higher Diploma in Chemical Technology (12352)

Dr. Cheung Kwong-chak, Gary

Programme Leader


Undergraduate Secretary of ABCT for academic Year 2021-22:

For updated information on academic policies, regulations and procedures, please contact the Undergraduate Secretary of ABCT, Miss Alice Cheung (Email: hoi-mei.cheung@polyu.edu.hk / Phone: 3400 8683 / Office: Y828)

 

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