Excellence in Mentoring Awards
Activities | Excellence in Mentoring Awards
The objective of these Awards is to recognize faculty, students, or colleagues who have excelled in their contribution to Mentoring. The Center hopes to establish a strong culture of care and support for students and these awards help to promote the importance of mentoring and to honor mentors’ leadership contribution. 
Award Information
Available Awards: 
  • Excellence in Student Mentoring


  • Peer Mentors in the current year of the SBM Peer Mentoring Program

Award Amount:

  • 3 Awards of HK$5,000 each

Application Period:

  • Late January to early February of each year

Application Procedure:

  • Applicants should submit the completed online application form along with a nomination form by at least one mentee on or before the deadline. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the interview arrangements


  • Announced in March
Events in 2018-19
Mar 14, 2019
Excellence in Student Mentoring Awards Presentation
  • 3 Awardees
April Wing Yin AU
Peer Mentor Awardee
BBA IS and MGMT, Year 3
Mentoring is a sharing process, a two-way communication. I believe that this program is beneficial for both mentees and mentors. We shared our experiences and caring to others. Friendships were established through communication and activities. These positive experiences have inspired me to carry on the habit of helping others.
Anna Gi-peum MOON
Peer Mentor Awardee
BBA IS, Year 2
Whether you are a mentor or a mentee, mentoring is a learning process for both. In this process, I learned that mentoring is not just giving the best advice; mentoring is supporting the mentee to choose his or her best decision. It is my pleasure to be part of the SBM Peer Mentoring program to serve the community and first-year students.
Henry Chun Hung NG
Peer Mentor Awardee
BSc ECOF, Year 2
Being a mentor has been an incredibly fruitful experience, and I encourage anybody with an open heart and open ears to join the program. I enjoy inspiring my mentees by sharing my experience and assisting them to adjust to university life. I sincerely hope I could make an impact on their lives – just like my mentor did.
Jackson Ho Lam KWOK
Peer Mentee
BSc QFIN, Year 1
My Mentor Henry, actively invites different mentees to join activities and answers enquiries about University life. He is a passionate and enthusiastic mentor that helped me to get through my first year of studies.