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ENROLL NOW: Do You Know “How Senior Students Chose Their Major / Minor?” (4pm, Jan 19, this Thursday)

 

 

 

Dear Students,

Happy New Year and welcome back to campus!

It is now the Add / Drop period (from now until February 2, 2017) of the second semester when you can review your major / minor selection as well as enroll for courses of your potential majors. Do you want to hear how your seniors chose their major / minor before making up your mind? If it is so, this highly interactive peer connection session is for you. Don’t wait, sign up now:

Peer Connection Session: How Senior Students Chose Their Major/ Minor
Date: January 19, 2017 (Thursday)
Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Venue: University Bookstore, Chi Wah Learning Commons, Centennial Campus

Who will speak?
Ms. Rachel Hong, Academic Adviser, Academic Advising Office (Speaker and Facilitator)

Senior Students from the Faculties of Arts, Business and Economics, Science and Social Sciences. The major / minor programmes they pursue are as follows (in alphabetical order*)

  • Accounting (minor)
  • Biological Sciences
  • Business Design and Innovation
  • Chemistry
  • Cognitive Science
  • Computer Science (minor)
  • Counselling (minor)
  • Decision Analytics
  • English Studies
  • Finance (minor)
  • French
  • Genetics and Genomics (minor)
  • Global Studies (for students admitted in 2015/16 or before only)
  • Human Resources Management (offered by Business) (minor)
  • Human Resources Management (offered by Social Sciences) (minor)
  • Journalism and Media Studies (minor)
  • Marketing
  • Politics and Public Administration
  • Psychology
  • Sociology (minor)

What is it about?
Senior students with different backgrounds will share with you their experiences — how they find their right major /minor, what they have actually learnt and the challenges they face in the programmes. There will also be small group discussions afterwards for audience to talk to the student representatives from their intended major / minor (See *).

Please click HERE for registration

 

Concurrent Activities
This talk is part of the event “When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair 2017″ which aims at providing a platform for students to explore the major / minor options available at the University. Faculty Administrators, AAO Advisers, Careers Advisers and Senior Students will be there to attend to your questions. A special talk co-organized by AAO and CEDARS (Careers and Placement), focusing on the relationship between your studies and career, and how to make suitable study decisions, will also be held from 12:30 pm to 2 pm at the same venue on the same day. For further details and registration, please click: http://aao.hku.hk/majorminor

Enquiries
2219 4685/ aaoffice@hku.hk

Take action now and see you this Thursday!
Academic Advising Office

ENROL NOW: Your Studies and Career: What to Consider (Jan 19, Next Thursday)

 

 

 

Dear Students,

The second semester is coming and the Add / Drop period will be from January 16 (Next Monday) to February 2, 2017. It is the time for major/minor declaration as well as a chance to enroll for courses of your potential majors.

Do you have questions about how to select your majors and minors? Is career prospects one of your concerns when making the decision? If it is so, please sign up for this talk now:

Your Studies and Career: What to Consider
Date: January 19, 2017 (Thursday)
Time: 12: 30 pm to 2: 00 pm
Venue: University Bookstore, Chi Wah Learning Commons, Centennial Campus

Who will speak?
Ms. Rachel Hong, Academic Adviser, Academic Advising Office
Ms. Catherine Choi, Student Advising Officer (Careers), CEDARS

What is it about?
This talk will help you understand the relationship between your studies and career, and how to make suitable study decisions. Some of the topics to be covered include:

  • Points to consider when making study and career choices
  • Graduate employment statistics
  • Employers’ expectations
  • Career preparation during your studies

Experienced academic adviser and careers adviser will address common issues related to studies and careers, and take questions from the audience.

Please click HERE for registration

 

Concurrent Activities
This talk is part of the event “When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair 2017″ which aims at providing a platform for students to explore the major / minor options available at the University. Faculty Administrators, AAO Advisers, Careers Advisers and Senior Students will be there to attend to your questions. An interactive session to meet with senior students of different major/minor programmes will also be held from 4 pm to 5 pm at the same venue on the same day. For further details of the events and registration, please click: http://aao.hku.hk/majorminor

Enquiries
2219 4685/ aaoffice@hku.hk

Take action now and see you next Thursday!
Academic Advising Office

Newsletter (Jan 2017 Issue)

 

 

Dear Colleagues,

Greetings from the Academic Advising Office.

We are pleased to share with you the January 2017 issue of AAO Newsletter.

Newsletter 3rd issue (Jan 2017)

The contents of this current issue include:

  • Message from the New Chairperson of the Academic Advising Committee
  • Feature: What is Good Advising
  • What is New with Academic Advising @ HKU
  • Students’ Voices and Advising Corner for Advisers
  • Past Events and Upcoming Events of AAO

Happy reading and we welcome your comments.

Academic Advising Office

When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair 2017

 


When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair 2017


When Major Meets Minor Fair

Dear Student,

Choosing a major and / or a minor is no doubt one of the important study decisions you make in your university education.

With the Add / Drop period of the second semester coming between January 16 and February 2, 2017, it is now the time for actions. If you are a first-year student, it is timely to explore the wide spectrum of major / minor options and select courses of their potential major(s). If you are a non-final year student, you might need to declare / review your major / minor options.

To help you make informed choices, AAO is organizing the “When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair 2017″ with details as follows:

Date: January 19, 2017 (Thursday)
Time: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Venue: Ground Floor, Chi Wah Learning Commons, Centennial Campus

Main Activities:

  • One-on-one consultation with AAO Academic Advisers and Faculty Administrators
  • Special Talk (12:30 pm to 2:00 pm): “Your Studies and Career: What to Consider”
  • Peer Advice and Sharing (4 pm to 5 pm): How Senior Students Chose Their Major / Minor
  • Careers Advice
  • Distribution of programme factsheets of all major / minor options

For further details of the Fair, please go to http://aao.hku.hk/majorminor

See you at the Fair!

Academic Advising Office (AAO)

AAO is on FACEBOOK now!! Like us and PM us your questions on major/ minor selection

Best Wishes for Your Studies in the New Year!

 

 

 

Dear students,

Happy 2017 and best wishes for your studies in the new year!

The examination results of the first semester will soon be announced. Whatever the results, it is now a good time to review your academic progress and get well-prepared for the second semester. Let’s hear some tips from our student advisers on how to be a smart learner: http://aao.hku.hk/video/video-08/.

During the coming Add/Drop period (January 16 – February 2, 2017), students can review their course selection to explore potential majors and/or make changes to their major/minor declaration. If you have concerns about your major/minor selection, our “When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair” on January 19, 2017 is for you! Check out more details and register for special events here: http://aao.hku.hk/majorminor.

 

 

Academic Advising Office

AAO is on FACEBOOK now!! Like us and PM us your questions on major/ minor selection

Online Orientation on Major/ Minor Selection

 

 

When Major Meets Minor Fair

Dear students,

The second semester is coming and the Add / Drop period will be from January 16 to February 2, 2017. This is the time for non-first year students to declare / change their major / minor programmes and for first-year students to explore by selecting courses of their potential majors.

Do you know what you should consider when making this important decision? Just spare 3 minutes to go through our online orientation on major / minor selection! You can get some practical tips from it and receive a special gift from our office upon completion!

If you want to get more information or advice about your major/minor plan, our “When ‘Major’ Meets ‘Minor’ Fair” is for you! It will be held on January 19, 2017 (Thursday), 11 am – 4 pm in the Chi Wah Learning Commons. AAO Academic Advisers, Faculty Administrators and Careers Advisers will be there to attend to your questions. There will be two special events during the Fair:

  1. A talk conducted by experienced careers adviser and academic adviser on the relationship between your studies and career; and
  2. a peer connection session with a team of senior students to share with you how they selected their major / minor and their learning experiences.

For further details about the Fair and event registration, please visit http://aao.hku.hk/majorminor

Thank you and look forward to seeing you on January 19, 2017!

 

 

Academic Advising Office

AAO is on FACEBOOK now!! Like us and PM us your questions on major/ minor selection

Season’s Greetings and a Happy New Year!

Message from the Academic Advising Office (AAO)

Wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Season's Greetings and a Happy New Year!

Free Thank You Card for You to Show Your Gratitude

 

 

 

Hi Students,

Free Thank You Card for You to Show Your Gratitude

Please Meet Your Faculty Academic Adviser As Soon As Possible

As this semester is coming to an end soon, it is a good idea to express appreciations to someone who have given you support along the way. This person can be your teacher, your adviser, your hall-mate or your friend …

We have prepared a specially-designed thank you card for you to use. Just go to our office (UG 07, Knowles Building) to pick up one. It is free!

All the best for the rest of the semester and the coming exams !

Academic Advising Office

Tips of November: Exploration of Learning opportunities

 

 

Dear Students,

“The world is my classroom”. Are you looking for exchange, internship and other learning opportunities to expand your horizon? Let’s hear some tips and sharing from the Student Advisers:

Tips of October: Build up Good Study Habits

http://aao.hku.hk/video/video-15/

With best wishes,

Academic Advising Office

Tips of October: Build up Good Study Habits

 

 

Dear Students,

Welcome back from the Reading Week! How are your studies going? On the right track or a bit lagged behind?

Don’t worry! Good study habits help a lot. Let’s hear some tips and sharing from the Student Advisers :

Tips of October: Build up Good Study Habits

http://aao.hku.hk/video/video-14/

Best wishes for your studies!

Academic Advising Office

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