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Why Choose Our Programmes?Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Supply Chain Management (BBA-SCM) Programme (JUPAS Code: JSSH01)*Bachelor of Management Science and Information Management (Honours)(BMSIM) Programme (JUPAS Code: JSSH05)*Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (MSC-GSCM) Programme*Professional RecognitionMinor StudyProgramme Advisors & Industry AdvisorsAcademic Structure
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Bachelor of Management Science and Information Management (Honours)(BMSIM) Programme (JUPAS Code: JSSH05)*

This is a 4-year Bachelor in Management Science and Information Management programme which combines Business Education, General Education, and Specialty Studies in Management Science and Information Management. This programme is offered by the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management. Graduates will be able to integrate information technology and management science concepts and tools with managerial skills appropriately and effectively resulting in supporting complex business analysis and operations. They can grasp the opportunities in the fast-changing business world, especially when making management decisions and applying their proficiency in cutting-edge information technologies to improve current business situations or to start a new business. This Programme aims to recruit students who have strong analytical ability, quantitative skills, programming interests, good communication skills and those who want to pursue a career in Business and/or IT after graduation. In addition, all HKDSE applicants and full-time Associate/Higher Diploma Degree students are welcome to apply our programme. No prior IT knowledge nor business knowledge is required. For details regarding the minimum admission requirement for Year 1/3 entry, please click HERE

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QR Registration No.: 18/000847/L5
Registration Validity Period: 08/11/2018 to 31/08/2024
Level: 5


Some Facts about BMSIM Programme


1. Do you know that you may still be eligible for our scholarship scheme?

Even though our programme is subsidised by the government under SSSDP, you may still be qualified to obtain our scholarship. The financial incentive aside, obtaining a scholarship will make your CV look very good and you will stand out in the job market.
For scholarship opportunities, please visit the website of Registry.  

2. Career Prospects of our Graduates

Where are our graduates working upon the completion of our programme?
Over 95% of BMSIM graduates were in employment while some pursued further studies (i.e. Master degrees). Most of them are working for multinational conglomerates. Here are some examples:
Name of Organisation
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
  • AXA Hong Kong
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Asahi Group Limited
  • Nielsen
  • Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Tonking New Energy Group Holdings Limited
Position Held
  • Business Analyst
  • Management Trainee
  • Retail Solution Co-ordinator
  • IT Analyst
  • UAT Tester

Most of them are working for Their job specifications cover various aspects of business and IT, including services, retailing, project management, software development, quality management and management of information systems.

Sharing by our graduate, Felix Chan

3. Internship Opportunities

Some of our students had the internship placement in:
  • Tencent Holdings Limited
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • MTR
  • Hong Kong SAR Government
  • Porsche Centre Hong Kong
  • HKTVmall
  • TransUnion

4. Starting Salary of our Graduates

The results of graduate employment survey in 2018 revealed that the average salary of BMSIM graduates was increased by 15.7%, compared to the graduates in 2017. The increasing salary speaks to the fact that the knowledge and skills our graduates possessed are highly valued by industry. 

5. Performance of Year One Intake in HKDSE

The HKDSE scores (Best Five Subjects) of 2018 BMSIM intake range from 13 to 20. In addition to public examination results, other factors such as interview performance may also be considered. Please note that the HKDSE scores of admitted students in Year 1 may not be indicative of the HKDSE scores of candidates to be admitted in 2019/20.