Learning and teaching
5) English corner
2) HKIAAT news 6) Employment placement service
3) Accounting challenge x 50Q    
4) Employer in the spotlight and
versatile AAT
Michael Wong, lecturer at the Hong Kong Community College (HKCC), talks to us about how the younger generation can better prepare themselves for the challenges in highly competitive employment market. Vicky Law, a HKCC associate degree student graduating this year, tells us how she strengthens her accounting knowledge by taking part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities, and shares her dream of becoming a business owner.

Accounting and business management case competition 2010-11

Don't miss this valuable opportunity to enhance your soft skills and ability to use accounting and business information for commercial development! The competition and briefing session are now open for registration. Click here for more information.


HKIAAT Scholarship 2010-2011

Applications are now open for the HKIAAT Scholarship 2010-2011. Full-time students of HKIAAT accredited programmes who have achieved outstanding performance in academic and extra-curricular activities are eligible for nomination. Click here fore more details.


Accounting challenge x 50Q, an online quiz aimed at testing students’ accounting knowledge and at enhancing students’ understanding of the accounting profession, has now come to an end. Click here for the Round 5 winners, answers and the Final Prize winners.
Peggie Chu, senior vice president of a leading e-commerce service provider in Hong Kong, gives her views on the AAT qualification and the super performance of her AAT-trained staff. Degree holder Gloria Tam talks about why she opted for the AAT qualification and how she applies the knowledge gained from her AAT examination studies to her accounting work.


Two different approaches to conveying negative messages
Dr. Mable Chan, a renowned lecturer teaching English at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, advocates using simple and concise English for business writing. In this issue, Dr. Chan suggests ways of conveying negative messages in business correspondence to soften bad news so as to reduce disappointment or discontent.+
The HKIAAT offers a free employment placement service for employers, members and students. Employers can place recruitment advertisements on the HKIAAT homepage to help them recruit accounting personnel. Click here to find out more.
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