IT Professional Placement (ITPP)

IT Profession Placement (ITPP)

IT Professional Placement (ITPP)

After completing two years of full-time study, students will join the IT Professional Placement (ITPP) to work in companies joining our placement programme for a year in related fields to gain real work experience. During the placement year, students will take one day off weekly from their work to complete a number of elective courses.

Question What are the Placement Companies?

  • Most of the Placement Companies are internationally well-recognized companies and organizations. The followings are some examples of ITPP companies.
  • In the ITPP, students are allowed to choose their preferred placement companies from a list provided by the Department.
Government / Organizations
Office of the Government Chief Information Officer Hospital Authority
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Hong Kong Housing Department
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals St. Teresa's Hospital
IT and Software
Cherrypicks IBM China/HK Limited
Reasonable Software House Limited L & E Management Consultants Limited
The Bank of East Asia, Ltd. The Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp Limited
Shanghai Commercial Bank Limited Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Limited
Deloitte China PricewaterhouseCoopers Hong Kong
Swire Resources Limited Siemens Limited
The Hongkong Electric Co Limited CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency Limited SmarTone Telecommunications Limited

Question How does ITPP benefit students?

  • ITPP enables students to integrate and apply their knowledge in an actual working environment. It also gives students a head start in their careers after graduation as it is recognised as one year of work experience.

Question How do our students Perform in the ITPP?

  • Over Half of the Placement Students received positive comments in job performance from the placement companies, and 20% of them received EXCELLENT comments.

Question How much is the average placement salary?


*During the placement year, students will take one day off weekly from their work to complete a number of elective courses on campus.