2015–2017Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Psychology
2017Admitted to Bachelor of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong (Senior year entry)
張頌儀 Eleanor Cheung
梁浩銓 Carbo Leung
2010–12Associate of Applied Social Sciences in PsychologyView Programme
2012Three degree offers received: - Bachelor of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Psychology, City University of Hong Kong - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Psychology, Hong Kong Baptist University
"When I first came into the College, I was full of worries. I chose Psychology purely out of interest, but I did not know if it was a right decision. I was not sure whether what I learn would really relate to my future or not. However, it was thanks to the effort of the thoughtful and patient lecturers that I now have a much clearer picture with regards to my goals in life.
Now when I look back, I am thankful to have the College equip me with the required skills in the field of Psychology. In this campus, it is not about one-way teaching-and-learning, but two-way interaction. The lecturers are approachable and always encourage the students to explore methods to their solutions. Not only can students benefit from the joy of learning, but they are also given lots of opportunities to take part in various extra-curricular activities and services. I am glad to have become one of the Student Ambassadors during my time at the College, as it strengthens my interpersonal skills and provides me a chance to contribute to the college. These experiences could hardly be found in elsewhere."
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吳子聰 Chris Ng
2011–12Year 1, Associate of Applied Social Sciences in PsychologyView Programme
2012BA (Hons) in History, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
It was a great and unforgettable experience for me to study at the College before I transferred to the Chinese University of Hong Kong. At the College, not only did I learn valuable academic knowledge during classes, but I also met a lot of trustworthy and kind friends. For my own personal development, I became more willing to socialise with my peers, think independently and to become more analytical – in turn this led me to become able to solve various difficulties with distinct proficiency.
2011Year 2, Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Psychology, City University of Hong Kong
“It was fruitful studying at the College as the College has successfully maintained a very good learning atmosphere. The lecturers I met are all knowledgeable, patient and experienced, and they are always willing to spend time after class to answer our questions. Feedback from them proves to be very useful and they are prone to share their own valuable work experience in class with us.
Besides, the College has also provided students with many supports; from time to time the college counsellors organised talks on university admission, interviewing skills, and other workshops on personal development as well. Students are also welcomed to make appointments with the counsellors anytime in order to seek their advice. In short, the past two years in the College has well-equipped me to embrace the university life in the coming years. I have to admit that the Psychology programme is quite challenging and by all means, you need to work very hard on it. However, assistance and supports from the lecturers and classmates are always there and I can proudly say I am now much more confident about my future career path than ever before.”
譚善浩 Vincent Tam
2007–08Associate of Applied Social Sciences in PsychologyView Programme
2008Bachelor of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Studying in the College is never a regrettable decision. It is mainly due to the fabulous learning atmosphere. Most students whom I know show their immense interests in acquiring self-advancement. Moreover, professors and lecturers are professional in general and the workload is acceptable. Various means are provided for airing our opinions and comments which are often seriously considered. On the grounds of the above, I have a joyful experience in the College and so I am glad that I have made such a choice.