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Home > About HKCC > Staff Directory > Division of Business > CHOW, Matthew Yau-choi
Division of Business
Dr CHOW, Matthew Yau-choi

Lecturer 講師

BCompSci (Victoria U.T.); MSc (Murray State); MA (Macq.); MBT (N.S.W.); MEd (Melb.); DBA (Newcastle); FCIArb; MHKLA

Email: ycchow@hkcc-polyu.edu.hk

Teaching and Scholarly Interests:

  • Business and Managment

Dr Matthew Chow obtained his Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Victoria University, Australia. He has explored his interests in different disciplines and earned his Master of Science in Economics (with Finance) from Murray State University (USA), Master of Business and Technology from The University of New South Wales, Master of Arts in Management from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management of Macquarie University, Master of Education from The University of Melbourne, and Doctor of Business Administration from The University of Newcastle, Australia. Currently, Dr Chow is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and a Professional Member of Hong Kong Logistics Association.

Prior to joining HKCC, Dr Chow was responsible for teaching undergraduate degree and sub-degree courses in universities and a community college in Hong Kong, serving as a coordinator with professional bodies, and conducting industrial training programmes. He was also a dissertation supervisor at the School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE) where his main duty was to supervise undergraduate dissertation projects.

Dr Chow would like to share his experience with students and enlighten them to become lifelong learners. His current research interests include knowledge management, business strategy and finance, etc. He has written academic articles and his research findings have been published in books, conference proceedings and journals.

At his leisure, Matthew loves to play badminton, reading and especially gardening.