Our Alumni | Global Alumni Ambassadors

Programme Mission

CUHK Business School is privileged to have alumni all over the world who are passionate about staying connected and supporting the Business School’s development.

The Global Alumni Ambassador (GAA) Programme is supported by enthusiastic and devoted alumni based outside Hong Kong who can serve as a bridge to help:

 

  • CONNECT global alumni to our alumni network and CUHK Business School, especially in areas not covered by any alumni associations
  • ADVOCATE on our behalf to prospective students and the public
  • PROMOTE our global presence, development efforts and engagement activities to alumni

Role of GAA

CONNECT

  • Bridge the alumni network to CUHK Business School
  • Build a connected alumni network in his/ her locality
  • Welcome and support alumni, exchange students and staff who are new to his/ her locality

ADVOCATE

  • Help the public understand the vision of the Business School
  • Reflect the strength of the Business School with his/ her impressive credentials and testimonials

PROMOTE

  • Be the face of the Business School in his/ her locality
  • Leverage social media to promote the Business School and its activities
  • Support the Business School’s admissions by sharing his/ her own experiences and referral, and helping to build

What They Will Do

These are some of the activities GAAs can expect to take onduring their two-year tenure:

Networking

  • Having coffee meet-ups with alumni
  • Organising local get-togethers to help local alumni connect
  • Attending events held by the Business School (including GAA online inauguration ceremony)
  • Welcoming visitors and exchange students from CUHK Business School and being the local point of contact for on-the-ground support
  • Starting a local instant messaging group and staying accessible to alumni in his/ her locality

News & Updates

  • Promoting Business School events on social media
  • Sharing Business School updates on their personal networks and following CUHK Business School accounts
  • Sharing their news and viewsinAlumni World Map column and inviting local alumni to contribute as well

Meet Your GAA!

The GAA 2021/ 23 cohort consists of 73 committed GAAs from 24 countries and regions across six continents. If you are currently residing outside of Hong Kong, find your GAA below and connect with him/ her NOW!

Terms & Conditions

apply. If you are interested to know more about the GAA programme, please contact us.

The Global Alumni Ambassador Programme (the “Programme”) welcomes the participation of the related parties of CUHK Business School, including but not limited to alumni, students and faculty members/ staff from the CUHK Business School (the “Participants”). By connecting with the Global Alumni Ambassadors (the “GAAs”) in the Programme, Participants agree to accept the following Terms and Conditions (“T&Cs”):

Participants allow CUHK Business School (the “School”) and GAAs to collect Participants’ personal data, including but not limited to your phone number(s), email address(s), job details, etc., for the use of the Programme and the purpose of future alumni engagement and communication by the School only. Unless written consent is given by the Participants, it should not be used for any purpose other than that of the Programme and the School, including any commercial purpose. While GAAs and the School will ensure that the personal data are adequately protected against unauthorised or accidental access, processing, erasure or use by other people without authorisation and consent by the data subject and comply with these restrictions, Participants will indemnify and hold the School, its staff and GAAs harmless against any liability or damages caused by the violation of this Section.

Participants give consent to School staff or their designees to use photographs, audio recordings and/ or video recordings featuring Participants, and to publish any testimonial(s) GAAs provide about Participants’ experience related to the Programme and the School. All Participants understand that any such photographs, audio recordings, video recordings and/or testimonial(s) may be used by the School, or others without further consent, for educational, instructional, promotional or advertising purposes determined by the School in print, broadcast and electronic media formats now existing or in the future created. No compensation will be paid for this use. All Participants will hold the School harmless against any liability or damages caused by their appearance in photographs, audio recordings, video recordings and/ or testimonial(s) of or provided by GAAs. All Participants should also certify that this release is agreed to voluntarily, under no duress and without expectation of compensation in any form now or in the future. All Participants have read and understand this Section.

All GAAs and Participants participate in the Programme on a voluntary basis without monetary and/ or non-monetary compensation in any form (except possibly the coffee allowance for GAAs but to be confirmed). Under no circumstances will the School be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever (including, without limitation, any direct or indirect damages for loss of profits, business interruption or loss of information) resulting or arising directly or indirectly from the participation in the Programme.

All GAAs and Participants shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the School and its officers, directors, participants, agents and assigns against all losses, damages, liabilities, deficiencies, claims, actions, judgments, settlements, interest, awards, penalties, fines, costs or expenses of whatever kind, including reasonable legal fees, fees and the costs of enforcing any right to indemnification under these Terms, and the cost of pursuing any insurance providers (“Losses”) arising out of or resulting from any third-party claim, suit, action or proceeding related to, arising out of or resulting from its:

1. material breach of any representation, warranty, covenant or obligation under these T&Cs;
2. gross negligence, wilful misconduct or fraud in connection with the performance of their obligations under these T&Cs; and
3. breach of their confidentiality, intellectual property, privacy and media release obligations.

All of the above T&Cs are governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The School reserves the right to cease the Programme and/ or change and modify any of the T&Cs at any time and at our sole discretion. By participating in the Programme, you agree to these T&Cs.