Emil is a native of Macau who finished his studies abroad at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada where he obtained his double degree in Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Bachelor of Commerce (Operations Management). Upon his return from Canada, Emil served as Business Development Manager for Strategic Capital Group of HK under the portfolio of Asian Financial Intelligence platform for online trading in 2000. His responsibilities included stock exchange markets in Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. After riding the internet financial wave in Hong Kong, Emil returned to Macau and served for 8 years in the Financial Services Bureau of Macau in the Public Asset Management Department. His career progression from civil service to research and policy development was ignited during his next public administration position at the Macao Government Tourist Office in the Organization Planning and Development Department where research reports and data regarding tourism related policies were collected and analyzed. His data collection and research duties at the MGTO involved collaboration with the UNWTO and production of tourism related reports for local and overseas authorities. In 2009, Emil finished his Masters in Financial Management from SOAS, University of London and was invited to join the University of Saint Joseph to serve in the development of the undergraduate programme and work as a project manager within the Rector's Office. He commenced his teaching at the University of Saint Joseph in the Bachelor of Government Studies and Bachelor of Business Administration programmes. He also initiated the lifelong learning programmes at USJ and established linkages to entrepreneurial networks of the Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macau Greater Bay Area. Emil commenced his PHD in Business Administration in 2018 with a focus on the Open Innovation of the Greater Bay Region.
Emil is very active in the local NGO community and holds directorship at various local and regional organizations.
Year 1 Master
This course will focus on organization, leadership, decision-making, and management of people. Contemporary developments in management and in the behavioral sciences will be emphasized.
Year 1 Bachelor
Students will analyze the political, economic, and ethical issues raised by humanitarian interventions in the third world, such as linkages between relief and development, and how aid unintentionally targets and harms civilians. Students will also explore issues in global environment and resource policy, such as global climate change and chemicals management, trade and human health, corporate, national and global policies.
Year 3 Bachelor
This course explores the start and development of new business. There two main objectives: (1) To investigate the concepts, tools, and practices of entrepreneurship, and (2) To identify and develop entrepreneurial skills as part of their classroom experiences. Case studies will be used, in conjunction with other methodologies, and students are expected to write a new venture.
The course is most useful for students interested in the issues, challenges and unique concerns of family business involvement and management. It is intended for those who are now affiliated with family firms or may be in the future. Course draws heavily on the personal experiences students in the class. Cases, videos, readings, and guest lectures focus on critical aspects of family business management. Course is organized around the following themes: mentoring, reinvention, individual development and career planning; management of family structure, conflicts, and relationships; and organizational issues including succession and estate planning, strategic planning, and formalizing the firm.
This module provides students a foundation in conducting business in the new economy. It presents a framework for the study and practice of electronic commerce with business strategy at the core surrounded by four infrastructures; the technology infrastructure that underlies the Internet, the media infrastructure that provides the content for businesses, public policy regulations that provide both opportunities and constraints, and the capital infrastructure that provides the money and capital to run the businesses. The latest information technologies and tools that can support E-commerce will be discussed.
Examines hedging, investments (equity, fixed income, derivatives - options, futures, etc.), the functions of financial markets, and how the market prices securities.
Year 4 Bachelor
The course aims at understanding the development and implementation of broad global strategies by businesses. The course expands students' strategic thinking and combines it with a global perspective. The strategic elements include business systems analysis, competitive strategies, key success factors, and strategic imperatives. Looks at a number of issues relevant to international business such as global opportunity analysis, market(s) selection, selecting generic global strategies, geographic priority setting, resource allocation across geographies and products, global functional strategies, and organizational implications. Emphasis is also given to the successful implementation of global business strategies including the concepts used to deal with cultural, governmental, and logistical barriers to effective and efficient global business management. Students learn to develop global strategies, paying attention to their implementation through organizational innovations such as fostering a global mindset within the organization and using global strategic alliances. Teaching is discussion driven and involves case analysis.
As an integral part of the Bachelor studies, all undergraduate students at USJ are required to prepare and present a portfolio of their work. The portfolio is assembled over the entire duration of their undergraduate studies, and is to consist of selected pieces of work that they have produced during their studies. A student’s portfolio may contain examples of assignment work, tests and examination answer scripts, presentations and project reports, and other work done by the student during his or her studies.
At the end of each academic year, every undergraduate student at USJ is required to present his or her portfolio to an academic judging panel for assessment. As and when needed, students attend coaching sessions during their studies to assist them to prepare their portfolios and improve them.
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