Manchester Business School, East Asia Centre   Manchester Business School, East Asia Centre

Meet the team

Meet the team

Christina Siu, Regional Director, East Asia

Christina Siu, Regional Director, East Asia

Christina has extensive experience of adult and higher educational administration. She began her career in academic administration in the University of Hong Kong. In 1997, she joined MBSW East Asia International Centre continuing to develop the executive courses and MBS programmes. The thrust of her work in recent years has been to enhance the student experience by engaging alumni and other professionals in both social and career-support activities and to penetrate further into the East Asian market, especially Japan and Korea.

Venus Cheung, Head of Marketing and Recruitment, East Asia

Venus Cheung, Head of Marketing and Recruitment, East Asia

Venus is responsible for driving the recruitment of high quality participants for all post-experience programmes especially part-time MBA. She also develops and implements innovative marketing and business development strategies in East Asia.

Wong Ting Yan, Marketing Officer

Wong Ting Yan, Marketing Officer

Yan develops and implements all aspects of marketing, recruitment campaigns and related activities for all East Asian markets.

Crystal Chung, External Relations Specialist

Crystal Chung, External Relations Specialist

Crystal is responsible for the career and alumni services in the region. She provides career supports to current students and works with world’s top companies to seek job opportunities and possible collaborations. She also organises networking events for students and alumni.

Sammy Wong, Finance and General Administrator

Sammy Wong, Finance and General Administrator

Sammy is responsible for Finance and Accounting in the East Asia Region. She reviews, maintains and develops Finance, Personnel and Administration policies with the centre director, producing monthly financial reports, analyzing financial information and collating. Provides service to support students for wide variety of finance enquiries. She also undertakes administrative duties for the MBA Programmes and Centre.

Rosalind Wong, Programme Administrator

Rosalind Wong, Programme Administrator

Rosalind is responsible for the administration of MBA programmes in East Asia including workshops, tutorials, exam planning, administration, graduation ceremonies, admissions and guidance to students.
Miranda Lau, Programme Assistant

Miranda Lau, Programme Assistant

Miranda is responsible for providing teaching services support to lecturers, guidance and support to students, fellow academics and graduates. She also provides assistance in admission and registration process, as well as programme administration.