2011Year 2, BSc (Hons) in Hotel Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
“Lecturers are undoubtedly professionals. They were very dedicated to teaching and I had benefited a lot from them. Apart from the knowledge gained from textbooks and lectures, I enjoyed various training in the hotel operation laboratory too. I had the opportunity to acquire practical work experience through a summer placement in a luxury 5-star hotel -- Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. It was absolutely a valuable experience for my future career development in the hotel industry. The Higher Diploma in Hotel Management programme is well-recognised by the local universities and I have already successfully articulated to a bachelor’s degree programme at one of the local Hong Kong universities.
With the valuable knowledge acquired from the Hotel Management programme, I am proud to have the chance to further pursue my studies in the university. Thanks to all the lecturers for taking good care of me and teaching me a lot.”
甘珈齊 Cathy Kam
2010–11Year 1, Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food ManagementView Programme
2011Bachelor of Science, The University of Hong Kong
“Acquiring a university degree was long my academic goal and dream, but I woke up from that dream when I received the A-level certificate with unsatisfactory results. However, the door to the university finally re-opened to me after I studied at the College.
Unarguably working hard is the key leading to good academic results; nevertheless, at the College, I come to realise that the professional lecturers, quality lectures, campus facilities and counselling services all play a crucial role to make my dream of studying at the university come true. The lecturers are enthusiastic in teaching; they are patient and keen to students when explaining the abstract principles in great details, not to mention their lectures are both challenging and interesting as well.”
2011Two degree offers received, including: - Bachelor of Nursing, The University of Hong Kong - BSc (Hons) in Food Safety and Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
“The programme covers fundamental knowledge in food and nutritional science, biochemistry, chemistry, marketing, and food safety. Besides, the programme curriculum also covers generic skills such as Chinese, English, Putonghua and Understanding Social Problems in Hong Kong, which help to strengthen my abilities in language, critical thinking and communication. With the knowledge, I was able to develop a solid foundation in food and nutritional science with essential skills for work.
‘What to learn’ is crucial, but ‘How to learn’ is important too. All the lecturers are professional. Some courses are taught by professors of the University of Hong Kong; therefore, the teaching quality is assured. With the interactive lectures and the challenging assignments, I easily understood and applied what I learnt during the lectures. Furthermore, visits to food business like Cathy Pacific Catering Services (H.K.) Limited allowed me to apply the theoretical knowledge learned from the lectures. This teaching mode is much more effective and interesting than the one in secondary education; it aroused my interest in studying a lot.”
2011–13Advancement to Year 2,BSc (Hons) Hotel Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Two degree offers received: - Year 2, BSc (Hons) Hotel Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University; - Year 2, BBA (Hons) in Marketing, CityU
Studying Hotel Management has long been my goal. The full training at the College has provided me with professional knowledge and a close look at the hospitality industry. All these enjoyable and enlightening courses reinforce and solidify my intense passion in the hotel industry. In my second year, I worked as a trainee in the public relations department in The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. It truly gets me step into the hotel industry and I am glad that I gained and learnt a lot.
2011Two degree offers received, including: - BBA (Hons) in Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, - BSocSc (Hons) Policy Studies and Administration, City University of Hong Kong
"After studying in the Higher Diploma for Legal Executives programme, my critical thinking and analytical skills have been greatly improved. Not only did I acquire a great deal of legal knowledge in this programme, but also my eagerness for learning grew substantially over time.
As the lectures are all conducted by experienced legal professions, I am confident that the materials covered here are the most up-to-date ones. Besides, the practical nature of this course provides me a very good opportunity to apply what I learnt from classes into daily life, especially during my internship in a law firm.
I believe that this programme serves as a stepping-stone for students who want to further their studies in law or pursue their career in the legal field."
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劉美岐 Miki Lau
2010–11Year 1, Higher Diploma in Medical and Health Products ManagementView Programme
2011Two degree offers received, including: - Bachelor of Science, The University of Hong Kong - BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature, Hong Kong Baptist University
“The mode of learning at the College is different from that in secondary school, which learning is always put into practice. Apart from the traditional learning sessions, I enjoyed various practical and training classes in the medical and health products laboratory. I felt a lot more relaxed, happy and therefore could spend more time on the extracurricular activities, living my life to the fullest extent. I would describe my experience at the College as fruitful and full of colours. I would never forget the time spent with my classmates and Student Ambassadors, as well as the inspiring and enriching lectures by all the lecturers.
To me, the College was a place full happy memories -- at the Learning Commons, in the small yet cosy library, in classrooms and in front of a wall of corridor lockers outside classrooms. The College had truly led me to countless valuable opportunities, with which I made good use of them for my future career and aspirations.”