Application Guidelines

  1. Please ensure your information provided is correct. Any misrepresentation of facts will lead to disqualification.
  2. Your provision of all the information requested by Part I to Part VI in this form is obligatory; otherwise, incomplete information will not be considered.
  3. Your personal data would be used for the management of different programmes and activities and the issuance of receipts. In addition, the above data would be used to facilitate communication with you, including the dissemination of information related to the news, activities and services of the Federation and its subsidiaries (including HKFYG Lee Shau Kee Primary School, HKFYG Lee Shau Kee College etc.), the promotion of products, the distribution of regular newsletter and updates, promoting fund raising events, conduct research/ analysis/ statistics compilation, user feedback and any other initiatives in relation to the aims and objectives of the Federation.
  4. You may be required to upload supporting documents at EACH of the following 5 sections:
    1. Academic Performance - Latest CGPA, Dean’s List Award & English Language Result in Public Exam (max size 2MB EACH): Relevant proof (if applicable)
    2. Work Experience (max size 2MB): Relevant proof (if applicable)
    3. Current and Previous Leadership Post(s) at School(s)/ Outside School (max size 2MB) : Relevant proof (if applicable)
    4. Additional Information of the Applicant (max size 2MB) : Relevant proof of business-related prize(s)/ scholarship(s) (if applicable)
    5. Resume (max size 2MB)
  5. For PART III, IV, V & VI, only ONE combined PDF file is accepted for EACH part. You may scan the relevant documents into computer images, and then insert them to ONE MS Word document before saving it in PDF format.
Participant Feedback
Rebecca YIP Sin-yu
Bachelor of Business Administration,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
"What impressed me the most in the Dialogue Session was from Mr Andrew SHENG. He predicted that China would shift from being a "global manufacturer" to a "global consumer". He thought Hong Kong should grab this opportunity and brace itself for the future growth of in Chinese tourists and the consumer market they represent."
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