2014-2016Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food Management
2016Admitted to Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Food Safety and Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Senior year entry)
徐詩朗 Chloe Chui
鍾肇光 Kevin Chung
2008–10Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Human Resource Management and DevelopmentView Programme
2010Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Administration and Public Management, City University of Hong Kong
Human Resource Management" makes no difference to the "General Management". However, upon completing this programme at the College, I came to realise that “Human Resource Management
On the other hand, the programme content is highly related to the study in university, which greatly helps facilitate my adaptation to the university life. Besides, the lecturers at the College are well experienced in the industry who are able to explain the abstract concepts and theories explicitly and vividly with their own practical experience, thereby reinforcing our understanding of the topics as well as giving us a general picture about the real business world. All in all, I really enjoyed studying at the College during the past two years, and surely it was beneficial to my future career as well.
2008–10Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Communication, Public Relations and JournalismView Programme
2010Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) offered locally by HKU SPACE Centre for International Degree Programmes (CIDP) in collaboration with The University of Western Australia
The past 2-year experience in the College had broadened my exposure and I had found my goal as well. I used to be passive, dependent and too timid to express my opinions in front of people. The learning mode in the College, with numbers of presentations and group projects in each semester, encouraged us to learn proactively, albeit this learning approach did give me a hard time at the beginning.
Now, I have already got used to this learning method. My friends, schoolmates, the Programme Leader, Dr. Chan or even my family all said that I had changed a lot -- becoming more outgoing and mature. Last but not least, the time in the College helped me adapt to the university life quickly. I would say the knowledge learnt from textbooks and all soft skills like time management, communication skills is of great usefulness throughout my life.
2010Year 2, Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Convention and Event Management , The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The 2-year’s studying at the College gave me a memorable learning experience. Apart from learning from the professional and experienced lecturers, practical placements gave me a real and unforgettable work experience. I was able to apply the theories that I have learnt during the practical placements, which also enhanced my understanding towards those theories. This was a great chance for the student, like me, to know more about tourism and events industry during study, before entering the industry.
All the staff and lecturers of the College were kind and helpful. The comfortable campus provided me with a favourable study environment.
Hope all of you will enjoy studying at the College.
2008–10Higher Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality ManagementView Programme
2010Year 2, Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Hotel Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
It has long been heard that the programmes offered by the College are of good quality with superb reputation. Therefore, I have chosen a HD programme of the College to further my study when my attempt in HKALE was in vain. The comfortable campus environment and experienced lecturers allowed us to focus on our studies. Through the lecturers' sharing and the practical experience which I gained from my 6-month job placement in a famous 5-star hotel, it had deepened my interest and understanding in the tourism and hospitality industry.
2008–10Higher Diploma in Sport and Recreation ManagementView Programme
2010BSc (Hons) Sport Management offered locally by HKU SPACE Centre for International Degree Programmes (CIDP) in collaboration with the University of Northumbria at Newcastle (UK)
During the foundation year, as the programme provided us with a broad-based education, we were able to meet students from different programmes and learn many different useful skills. In Year One, the subjects gave us an introduction to the knowledge and skills required by the industry, such as Principles of Management, Sport and Recreation Industry in Hong Kong, Programming and Promotion in Sport and Recreation. We had a lot of fun in these modules. I remembered a module that gave us the chance to plan an activity for our classmates, which we carried out in our school hall. We faced a lot of difficulties during implementation, but when it was over, it really gave us a great sense of achievement.
Outdoor Adventure Recreation
Overall, I like studying in the College very much because it has a grand and new campus in Causeway Bay, and it is like living in a big family.