2013Advancement to Bachelor of Arts, The University of Hong Kong (HKU) Two degree offers received: - Bachelor of Arts, HKU - BSocSc (Hons) in Criminology, City U
It was a valuable experience for me to study in the Higher Diploma for Legal Executives programme. Throughout the programme, I did acquire legal knowledge in different areas of law, which gave me a comprehensive picture of the legal system. Taking this programme, my critical thinking and presentation skills were greatly enhanced. I really enjoyed my time at the College and appreciated for all that our lecturers have given.
鄭穎彤 Michelle Cheng
2011–13Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Communication, Public Relations and JournalismView Programme
2011–13Five degree offers: - Year 2, BSocSc, HKU - Year 2, BSocSc in Communication, HKBU - BSocSc in Sociology, CUHK - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Public Policy, Management, and Politics, CityU - Year 2, BA (Hons) in Medica and Communication, CityU
I had a great time at the College over the past two years. The teaching method here is similar to University, all students are required to take initiative to learn and become independent. Life at the College is very fruitful; there are several field trips and visits in my programme. Thus, there are summer exchange programmes and also different academic projects which have broaden my horizons. Moreover, studying social sciences trains students’ critical thinking.
2013Three offers received: - Year 2, BSc in Biochemistry, CUHK - BSc (Hons) in Food Safety and Technology, PolyU - Final year, BSc (Hons) Human Nutrition, University of Ulster (UK)
I had never thought of enrolling to one of the best local university, CUHK, after having unsatisfactory performance in public examinations. I am very thankful for the College lecturers who are passionate to teach and willing to give me assistance whenever I need help. In these two years, I achieved more in-depth biochemistry knowledge which prepares me to study at university. Other than that, the on-site visit to Cathay Pacific Catering Services as well as the Seoul Study Tour broadened my horizons and brought me inspirations. The College not only gives me knowledge, but also enlightenment that strengthens me to be a more intelligent, insightful and mature individual.
2013Four offers received: - BSc, CUHK - BSc in Public Health, CUHK - Year 2, BSc (Hons) in Food Safety and Technology, PolyU - Final year, BSc (Hons) Human Nutrition, University of Ulster (UK)
Because of my determination to get a place in University, I chose to study a two-year Higher Diploma programme without doubts after public exam. The College provides a great learning environment and quality lecturers. Immersed in a good learning atmosphere, not only can I gain the professional knowledge in the books, but also have great companionship for studying and striving together, my faith in entering University has hence been reinforced during these two years. I also realise that being a University student is important, but keep on learning is what we should pursue lifelong.
2013Advancement to BBA (Hons) in Accountancy, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Two degree offers received: - BBA (Hons) in Accountancy, Poly U - Year 2, BBA (Hons) — Accounting Concentration, HKBU
Being an accountant is my career goal for ages. However, I did not have a chance to study accounting before being admitted to the College. In the past, I was so afraid that there would be a hard time coping with the accounting knowledge as I had not acquired any relevant concepts before. However, the curricular and syllabi were so well-designed that I could handle the concepts easily. Besides, the professional lecturers were able to explain each concept in a detailed way, which could be easily understood by students. Moreover, the College offered a wide variety of competitions for me to participate in. These competitions were considered as very valuable opportunities to let me apply the knowledge practically. They undoubtedly increased my competence as well as improved my communication skills. Lastly, the friends I met here are always supportive and treat me nicely. Attending lectures at the College is regarded as enjoyable for me that I would never regret.
何岸珊 Anthea Ho
2011–13Associate of Applied Social Sciences in PsychologyView Programme
2013Five offers received: - Year 2, BSocSc, HKU - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Psychology, CityU - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Psychology, HKBU - BEdu (Hons) Eng Language, HKIEdu - BEdu (Hons) General Studies, HKIEdu
Throughout the two years at the College, not only did I acquire knowledge regarding Social Sciences and Psychology which helped consolidate my academic basis, I also understood and knew myself better. Like many others, I was anxious when I first came to the College. I chose Psychology back then only because I knew I like working with others, especially children, and I was interested in a career relating to counselling. However, with exposure to different areas of Psychology through different courses, joining talks and workshops organised by the College, learning lecturers’ experiences and having heard their advices, I discovered and realised my interest and how my career pathway should be. Besides academic aspects, the College also helped mold me into a better person with greater confidence.
何苠鋒 Felix Ho
2012–13Year 1, Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food ManagementView Programme
2013Bachelor of Science, The University of Hong Kong
I enjoyed my time studying at the College. HD in Nutrition and Food Management is a well-designed programme which focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects. Not only can we learn theories about nutritional science and food service systems, but also practically design and cook a balanced diet ourselves. It is an ideal place for us to flourish our interest in nutritional science. Also, lecturers at the College are friendly and passionate in teaching. They have taught us many useful things aside from theories such as studying skills in tertiary education.
2013Two degree offers received: - Year 2, BSc (Hons) in Food Safety and Technology, PolyU - Year 2, BSc (Hons) in Applied Biology - Biotechnology Concentration, HKBU
Studying the HD in Nutrition and Food Management programme has equipped me with both a strong foundation of theories such as biochemistry and food chemistry, as well as practical knowledge, for example: food service operation and the skills of report writing. Site visits to Cathy Pacific Catering Services in Tung Chung was a good opportunity to experience the working environment in food industry. At the College, l had met a lot of friends and we shared a lot of unforgettable memories, from practical cooking to food marketing presentations. There are good facilities to help students build up excellent study atmosphere. The College also provides good support such as counselling and talks from professionals in industry, and as a result, I have found my direction during these past two years of college life. Self-initiative and effective learning are the two most important things I have learnt and it will definitely help my study at university.
2011–13Higher Diploma in Business (Accounting and Financial Planning)View Programme
2013Three degree offers received: - BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance, PolyU - BComm (Hons) in Accountancy, HKBU - BComm (Hons) in Marketing, HKBU
In 2010, I got a failed mark in my public examination. After that, I chose to continue my study path at the College. I can definitely say that my choice was absolutely correct and I am glad to be one of the students on the College. The programme includes different aspects of knowledge other than Accounting and Finance such as interpersonal skills, computer skills, business ethics, etc. It equipped me to be an all-rounded student and made me well-prepared to be a degree student. Most importantly, the Academic Excellence Scholarship enforced my self- confidence.
劉穎同 Bonnie Lau
2011–13Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Human Resource Management and DevelopmentView Programme
2013Four degree offers received: - Yr 2, Bachelor of Social Sciences, HKU - Yr 3, BA in Cultural Management, CUHK - Yr 2, BA (Hons) in Social Policy and Administration, PolyU - Yr 3, BSocSc (Hons) in Public Policy, Management, and Politics, City U
I studied an Associate Degree since I was deeply frustrated by the result of my AL exam; I studied Human Resource Management and Development at the College since I found that this programme allowed me to pursue further studies in social science and HR stream. Days in the College was not easy, I had to adapt the learning style which is different from secondary school. Furthermore, waiting for an interview did cost my patience, not to mention an offer, Fortunately, I got lots of support from the counsellors and friends who keep encouraging me to look for the good. Every dark side has a silver lining. I am really glad to be a university student.
劉曉敏 Zena Lau
2012–13Year 1, Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food ManagementView Programme
2013BEng (Hons) in Bioengineering, City University of Hong Kong
Studying at the College in the past year was really impressive, especially the things that we have learnt in lectures, which were definitely different from the lessons in high school. It was really interesting to cover food marketing and food services practices. They can help me to acquire better skills for facing real life situations. The lecturers are also very helpful. They are willing to answer all my questions with patience. Besides, I have made a lot of friends who gave me a meaningful and unforgettable life in College, we always helped each other.
劉俊幫 Lau Chun Pong
2011–13Higher Diploma in Business (Management and Psychology)View Programme
2013Advancement to Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Sociology, Hong Kong Baptist University Two degree offers received: - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Sociology, HKBU - Year 2, BSocSc (Hons) in Applied Sociology, City U
HPSHCC provided me with a platform to explore my interests, build up confidence and set my goals. If you are willing to make efforts, you will definitely acquire what you want in this College. After my first lecture at the College, I had set my own objectives and study plans for entering the university. HPSHCC provided me with a clear route and direction. Lecturers offered me a lot of help as I did not only learn academic knowledge from them, but also the real-life experiences they shared with us. I believed these are important in the field of social sciences and even the business sector in Hong Kong.