On 19 October, UIC held a campus recruitment career talk for KPMG, one of the 'Big Four' international accounting firms. Mr Ming Chung, a partner of KPMG Guangzhou Office and managing partner of China Audit Business in South China, shared his work experience with senior staff and introduced the campus recruitment plan for 2020 and 2021.


Speaking guest and UIC’s Associate Vice President, Professor Stella Cho (third from right)

Prof Sella Cho, Associate Vice President (Student Development) of UIC, attended the career talk and delivered a welcome speech. At the career talk, Mr Ming Chung talked about his own work experience. He suggested that the students should actively seek jobs suitable for them and pursue careers they love.


Mr Ming Chung (left) receiving a souvenir from Prof Stella Cho (right)

Mr Chung also put forward his views on the development of the accounting industry. He believes that although science and technology are developing rapidly, there are still many human abilities that cannot be replaced by science and technology, such as team management and the ability to communicate with customers. He encouraged students to study hard and improve their skills whilst adapting to new technologies.


Mr Ming Chung encourages students to pursue a career they love


Students ask questions


Mr Ming Chung is having discussions with students

The Four-Point Education Coordination Office (FPECO) and Career Development Office (CDO) jointly organised this career talk.


Photographers: Zhang Fan, Wang Wanbing
Editors: Samuel Burgess, Deen He, Ma Yiran