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Dr Raymond Leong

Dr Raymond Leong
Name Raymond Leong
Position Lecturer (Accounting)
Section School of Commerce
Office A306
Location Springfield Campus
Phone +61 7 3470 4526
Extension 4526
Email
Qualifications/th> BCom JCU , CPA CPA Australia , MBus Monash , PhD USQ
Languages Cantonese (accredited translator)
Chinese (accredited translator)
Mandarin (accredited translator)

Research interests
Career Development Learning
Work Integrated Learning
Accounting Education
Graduate Skills, Attributes and Employability

Professional memberships
Certified Practising Accountant of CPA Australia

Currently teaching courses/programs
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision Making
ACC3116 Accounting and Society
ACC5216 Accounting Theory

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
16 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
6 Years

Research most recent
Leong, R. (2016), Enhancing Business Undergraduates' Skills And Future Employability Through Career Development and Management, PhD Thesis


Research most notable
Leong, R., Kavanagh, M. (2013) A work integrated learning (WIL) framework to develop graduate skills and attributes in an Australian university's accounting program. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 14 (1). pp. 1-14.


Publications in ePrints

Leong, Raymond (2017) Improving accounting undergraduate employability prospects through career development activities. In: RMIT Accounting Educators' Conference Singapore, Asia 2017: Accounting Education in a Global Market, 10 Oct 2017, Singapore.

Leong, Raymond Yew Pong (2016) Enhancing business undergraduates’ skills and future employability through career development and management. [Thesis (PhD/Research)]

Leong, Raymond (2015) Structuring an undergraduate accounting theory course to enhance the learning experience of Australian students: Preliminary findings. In: Responding to Challenges: The Future of Accounting Education - 6th Annual RMIT Accounting Educators' Conference 2015, 23 Nov 2015, Melbourne.

Leong, Raymond and Kavanagh, Marie (2013) A work integrated learning (WIL) framework to develop graduate skills and attributes in an Australian university's accounting program. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 14 (1). pp. 1-14.

Leong, Raymond (2012) An assessment rubric on reflection in a career development learning component of a business course. In: Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference (ACEN 2012): Collaborative Education: Investing in the Future, 29 Oct-2 Nov 2012, Geelong, Australia.

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