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.
2010Year 2 of BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management offered locally by HKU SPACE Centre for International Degree Programmes (CIDP) in collaboration with the University of Surrey (UK)
In the past two years my study at the College has filled my life with colors. Apart from making friends with classmates and lecturers, the campus is also conveniently located and offers the best environment for us to study.
Studying at the College is a totally different experience compared with the traditional mode of learning. I missed the time here where I had gained great knowledge and wisdom from books as well as from the lecturers. The past two years had been crucial to my life as I came to realise my future aspiration and the path I wanted to pursue.
Currently, I am studying an undergraduate programme in International Hospitality Management offered locally by HKU SPACE Centre for International Degree Programmes (CIDP) in collaboration with the University of Surrey (UK). Upon receipt of the Bachelor’s degreee, I want to pursue a career in the hotel industry and contribute to the society in the future.
2010Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Accounting Technologies) offered locally by HKU SPACE Centre for International Degree Programmes (CIDP) in collaboration with Curtin University (Australia)
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I am most impressed by the accounting programmes offered at the College. A number of the international accounting authorities recognise the graduates’ qualification and allow exemption for a great deal of papers. It really saves us a lot of time in pursing these qualifications in the future. Besides, lecturers here are all qualified accountants with a wealth of knowledge and experience on the accounting arena.
It’s really fun learning at the College and I never regret to spend my 2-year time here.
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唐梓峯 Alex Tong
2009-10Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food Management, Year 1View Programme
2010Bachelor of Science, The University of Hong Kong
Keep striving for it! If you are certainly interested in food and nutrition, I am sure choosing this programme would be an important step for you to further pursue either a higher education or a career related to the field.
In the past one year, I enjoyed an enriched school life in the College. A few of interesting projects allowed me to acquire knowledge about regulations on food label, catering service, calculation of nutrition value, etc.. One of these projects allowed us to design, prepare and serve a healthy meal all the way on our own. We needed to involve in every step from procurement to serving. On top of that, numbers of field studies and seminars allowed me to be more familiar with the catering service, food and nutrition industries.
謝亦俊 Andy Tse
2008–10Higher Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality ManagementView Programme
2010Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
"Studying in the Higher Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management programme, you will never feel disappointed with the knowledge provided by our lecturers. All of our lecturers are experienced in the industry in which they can provide you with the latest trend and the most updated information so that you can also keep pace with the change in the industry. Not only can you get the knowledge, but also practical experiences. In this programme, you can have a chance to work in the industry for 6 months so that you can apply the knowledge learnt into your job. The 6-month job placement has actually provided me a competitive edge when comparing with others, no matter for your further study or career.
All roads lead to Rome”. You can also make your own way here!!
2007–09Higher Diploma in Medical and Health Products ManagementView Programme
2009Full-time employment, now working as a dispenser in a medical centre
“After graduating from the Higher Diploma in Medical and Health Products Management programme, I quickly got a job as a dispenser in a medical centre. The knowledge that I have learnt in this programme is extremely useful, which I can fully utilize those dispensing and patient counseling skills in my job now.
In the past 3 years, those sincere and friendly lecturers were what I treasured most. All the lecturers were willing to share their own working experience with us, that we were able to feel their strong passions and devotion to teaching.
Last but not least, I wish all the students of the College a wonderful school life and a bright future.”
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區蕙淳 Vivian Au
2009–11Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Communication, Public Relations and JournalismView Programme
2009–11Two degree offers received, including: - Year 2, Bachelor of Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Year 2, BA (Hons) in Media and Communication, City University of Hong Kong
The past two years was truly wonderful. The programme helped me to build a strong foundation in different fields of social sciences, and over time my interest towards communication studies and journalism grew as I really learnt a lot of things here. Not only the knowledge had we acquired in class but also the practical skills we developed. Besides, I loved the learning mode here as it was totally different from that in the secondary school. I became more active and independent, with which all these qualities were essential to either further my studies in university or fulfill my future career aspirations.