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The School of Accounting and Finance has long been established as a leading provider of tertiary education in accounting. The incorporation of the economics, finance and law disciplines into the School in 2003 made it truly an interdisciplinary family.

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28 Mar 2023

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The enhanced three-level Outstanding PolyU Alumni Award (OPAA) introduced last year has achieved a great success. The School of Accounting and Finance (AF) is pleased to announce that the new round of departmental OPAA 2023 is now calling for nominations until 31 March 2023 (Friday). The departmental OPAA aims to publicly recognise outstanding graduates of AF for their professional achievements and significant contributions to the community and

2 Mar 2023


PolyU School of Accounting and Finance achieved impressive results in the latest world university rankings.  According to EduRank, PolyU ranked 2nd in accounting and 3rd in finance in Hong Kong. Both subjects are ranked 4th in Asia. The rankings were based on research performance, non-academic prominence, and alumni impact, using data collected from more than 14,000 universities around the globe. The results bear testimony to the continued succe

24 Feb 2023


PolyU School of Accounting and Finance will launch a new BBA (Hons) in Digital Finance and Investment for the 2023/24 intake cohort. This programme aims to nurture Fintech talents for Hong Kong and provides students with an opportunity to specialise in digital finance and investment management. Notable subjects include “Investments and Portfolio Management”, “Business Valuation” and “Python Programming for Accounting and Finance”.  Related News

6 Jan 2023


Congratulations to the 2011/2022 CPA Australia Distinction Award winners! Ms Yu Sze Man, Sherry graduated from Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) in Accountancy and Mr Cheung Wan Fung, Eddie graduated from Master of Professional Accounting have won the CPA Australia Distinction Award in 2011/2022 cohort. CPA Australia Distinction Award is an annual scholarship that recognises top graduates from local undergraduate and master programs. Thi

15 Dec 2022


Professor Brian Kei, Professor of Practice in the School of Accounting and Finance, was recently recognised as a Visionary Educator 2022 by the UiPath Academic Alliance, the educational partnership arm of UiPath, a global software company. UiPath is the global leader in making software robots using Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a software technology that makes it easy to build, deploy, and manage software robots that emulate human actions. By

1 Dec 2022

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The Faculty’s Digital Transformation Centre, and School of Accounting and Finance organised two DAS (Digital Asset Series) seminars in October 2022, naming them the MAFA (MSc in Accounting and Finance Analytics) Workshop x DAS Seminars. The first seminar was held on 12 October to explore the world of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) – digital tokens issued directly by governing authorities and backed by foreign currency reserves. Speakers

1 Dec 2022


Congratulations to our student team for winning the championship of the HKICPA Business Case Competition 2022 in Hong Kong! This year, the case focused on Pharmaceutical Industry. After several rounds of review on teams' business proposals, our team had been shortlisted to compete in the final round of competition on 26 November 2022. The team consisted of four BBA in Accounting and Finance students, Zhang Hanqi, Zhao Yue,  Zhou Yingjun and Tang

1 Dec 2022


  ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) held on 29 November 2022 an awards presentation and celebration for Hong Kong Top Achievers of the September 2021, December 2021, March 2022 and June 2022 exams. A total of seven AF students and graduates were recognized for their outstanding results.   Student / Graduate   Programme

29 Nov 2022


As digital changes continue to affect prevailing systems and procedures, many professions run a risk of becoming obsolete in the new global economy. While businesses are in a state of flux, the reporting language changes too. Accounting, the language of business, adapts to the volatile environment to satisfy stakeholders’ needs. With the development of digital technology, the digital economy has become a crucial driver of economic growth. To bett

2 Dec 2023

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