Schools and education providers
City University of Hong Kong
As the College of Business strives to educate the next generation of business leaders, financial literacy is a foundational skill and prerequisite for engaging in successful business practice.
FS Education shares the same belief with HKSFL. FS Education was established in 2005. We care about education and the young generation. Other than academic development, we believe that a well-rounded financial education is equally essential during the developmental stage of adolescents. We believe education takes the main role in creating betterment of the future.
We value the opportunity to partner with HKSFL in advancing financial education in our society. We render full support to HKSFL and are looking forward to addressing financial education to the young generation cooperatively.
Hong Kong Association for Business Education
Members of the Hong Kong Association for Business Education are mainly frontline business teachers. We continuously strive to promote business knowledge among secondary students in Hong Kong. We also aim at offering quality business and financial education to our students. "Hong Kong Strategy for Financial Literacy" co-ordinates all relevant stakeholders in order to enhance the financial literacy and the ability of financial management within our community. It is worthwhile to get our full support.
Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong Education City
As a one-stop professional education portal, Hong Kong Education City (HKEdCity) is endowed with information, resources, interactive communities and online services promoting the use of information technology to boost the effectiveness of learning and teaching. We share the mission and goals of the HKSFL, and are passionate to promote and increase financial literacy of young generation through innovative learning and online programmes like 'Hong Kong Liberal Studies Financial Literacy Championship'.
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Since it was founded in 1971, Hong Kong Shue Yan University has been nurturing students who are committed to behaving in a well-balanced manner, based on their strong sense of individual responsibility underpinned by intellectual knowledge. We strongly agree to HKSFL's belief that the society should equip its citizens with adequate financial literacy from their very young age, and empower them to make appropriate financial strategies to improve their protection. In this regard, our University would be delighted to work with HKSFL to support the initiatives in promoting public financial awareness.
Institute of Active Ageing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Financial literacy is important for everyone in the community, including our students. As the only liberal arts university in Hong Kong, Lingnan University appreciates the Strategy to coordinate efforts to achieve common objectives and promote best practice leading to professional development, which aligns well with our core values of whole-person cultivation and all-round development, community engagement and social responsibility. With our commitment in financial and insurance education, we value the opportunity to work with HKSFL advancing financial literacy in Hong Kong.
New Territories West Elder Academies Cluster
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong is committed to providing quality whole-person education to our students, and has long striven to equip them with lifelong learning ability. As such, we greatly support the concept of HKSFL which is to improve financial literacy of the community. Through HKSFL's educational resources and activities, we wish not only our students but also the public would develop wise consumption pattern and responsible financial management for envisioning the future, as well as preparing for challenges.
The Education University of Hong Kong
In the fast-paced business environment today, financial literacy is becoming increasingly important for individuals, families and communities. It is a life skill necessary for making daily decisions. The HKSFL is established to advance the financial education in Hong Kong, by establishing a coordination mechanism among stakeholders to achieve common objectives and create momentum. The Education University of Hong Kong supports the Strategy as its objective ties in with the Institute's mission of providing a multidisciplinary learning beyond education that is conducive to the pursuit of knowledge and the promotion of collaboration and diversity.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Given the highly volatile financial market both in Hong Kong and beyond, the financial well-being of the wider community depends very much on whether the citizens have the appropriate knowledge and competence to manage their wealth and investment. As one of the leading and most vibrant international financial centres in the world, Hong Kong needs to further strengthen its financial education in order to live up to its reputation and to empower its people to prevail over financial challenges.
Committed to advancing knowledge to meet the changing needs of society, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University does share the vision and mission of the Hong Kong Strategy of Financial Literacy and looks forward to working together to address the financial education needs of the Hong Kong population.
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Holistic education has always been the education philosophy upheld by HKSUT since its establishment. We are committed to contribute to Hong Kong’s economic and social development by providing and fostering well-rounded tertiary education, which echoes with the core values of HKSFL. The importance of financial literacy has never been greater for both our young generation and the general public in this ever changing and increasingly complex financial environment. We look forward to working with HKSFL in parallel, in enhancing financial education penetration in our community while contributing to the development and financial knowledge advancement in Hong Kong.
The Open University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong supports the efforts of the Hong Kong Strategy for Financial Literacy to help society learn more about how to make informed and responsible financial decisions. Just as the University strives to equip our students with the knowledge, abilities and outlook to help them make the most of their potential, the Hong Kong Strategy for Financial Literacy aims to empower citizens with the financial principals and skills that will serve them well for life.
Vocational Training Council
Hong Kong has earned itself an icon of international financial centre. The emergence of new financial products and the changing spending patterns of people urge an upgrade of our general financial knowledge, in such areas as debts, financial goals, wise spending and retirement planning.
As a leading provider of vocational and professional education and training in the region, Vocational Training Council shares the same vision of the HKSFL in promoting financial well-being to various stakeholder groups in Hong Kong through related pre-employment and in-service training, and will strive to support its establishment.