Overall Teaching Objectives & Aims

  1. Develop an interest in exploring human behaviour and social issues through an economic perspective;
  2. Understand the world in which they live through mastery of basic economic knowledge; 
  3. Enhance their general intellectual capacity for life-long learning, through developing their capacities in economic analysis, so that they possess the skills necessary for reasoning about issues and making rational choices; and 
  4. Participate as informed and responsible citizens in the decision-making processes of a modern democratic society

Features of the Curriculum

Compulsory Part
Elective Part

Basic Economic Concepts Firms and Production

Market and Price

Competition and Market Structure

Efficiency, Equity and the role of Government 

Mearsurement of Economic Performance

National Income Determination and Price Level

Money and Banking

Macroeconomic Problems and Policies International Trade and Finance 

Monopoly Pricing Anti-competitive Behaviours and Competition Policy ;


Extension of Trade Theory、 Economic Growth and Development 

Extra-curricular Activities

The School-Company-Parent (SCP) program was held . SCP program is an innovative training platform. Students learn about personal and career development from Company Ambassadors with interactive communication and innovative teaching approach. We believe these learning models are essential elements for the students.

  • Junior form students learnt the concepts of money management by enjoying the drama of MPFA.

  • Apart from the performance, students joined the activities as well.

  • Students listened the introduction and daily operation of the staff of Mad head Limited (The developer of a well-known mobile application, Tower of Saviors).

  • Students adopted the knowledge from the lesson for the discussion and presentation about how to prepare for entering the mobile gaming industry.

  • Students broadened their horizon by this valuable opportunity and took photos with the staff of Mad Head Limited.

Useful Link:

Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Securities and Futures Committee
Hong Kong Invest Funds Association
The Chin Family
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Consumer Council
Trade and Industry Department
Companies Registry
The Hong Kong Export Credit Insurance Corporation
The Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM)
Hong Kong Mandatory Provident Funds Authority
Insurance Authority
Investor Education Center
Hong Kong Institute of Investor
Hong Kong Credit and Collection Management Association
Censuses and Statistics Department
Hang Seng Indexes Company Limited
Chinese Gold and Silver Exchanges Society
Labour Department