Student Mentoring Scheme (SMS)

The Student Mentoring Scheme (SMS) was initiated in some academic departments of the City University of Hong Kong in 1998. Since 1999/2000, it has been implemented university-wide by all academic departments and more than 400 senior students participating in this scheme.

SMS aims to help new students adapt smoothly to university life and shapes senior students as big brothers and sisters for our freshmen. Under this scheme, a variety of student-oriented activities/events are organized with the involvement of both academic staff and student mentors, such as orientation tours, a help desk, study groups, BBQs and other forms of social gatherings.

As a student mentee, you are able to smoothly adapt yourself to university life and more importantly, develop yourself as a better person as well as a professional in your field of interest.

As a student mentor, you are able to take an active role in providing assistance, guidance, and support to new students. We are sure that your contribution is greatly valued and recognized by both the Department and the University. Nowadays, the practice of “mentoring” is also adopted by many organizations. By being a mentor, you will definitely learn much more than just being an ordinary university student.

1. Overview

"Mentor" – trusted advisor, friend, teacher and wise person.

Mentoring is a fundamental form of human development where one person invests time, energy and personal know-how in assisting the growth and ability of another person.

2. Objectives

  1. To help first-year students adapt to university life;
  2. To establish a supportive social network among first-year students and senior students;
  3. To nurture a warm and positive atmosphere for learning in the campus;
  4. To enhance the educational experience of first-year students; and
  5. To help first-year students grow and develop academic capability.

3. Role of Mentors

  1. To organize activities/events that would enhance the interaction among first-year students and senior students;
  2. To provide personal as well as academic support to first-year students; and
  3. To act as a role model.

4. List of 2017-2018 SEEM Student Mentors

Role Student Name Major
Head Student Mentor CHAN Yi Ting (Connie) TQE
Deputy Head LAW Kar Ying (Karen) IEEM
Student Mentor AHN Joohyoung (Jerry) SEM
Student Mentor CHAN Tsz Lok TQE
Student Mentor CHAN Wing Nga (Iris) IEEM
Student Mentor FUNG Yi Shun (Cindy) IEEM
Student Mentor Hui Hon Man (Jaden) SEM
Student Mentor KUANG Zhicheng (Charles) IEEM
Student Mentor KWOK Kin Ho (Adrian) IEEM
Student Mentor KWOK Oon Hei (Hayden) IEEM
Student Mentor LAW Ka Wai (Fiona) SEM
Student Mentor LAW Tsz Tsun (Charlton) TQE
Student Mentor LIU Ka Wan (Calix) IEEM
Student Mentor LUI Ka Yan IEEM
Student Mentor NARRAMORE Benjamin Edward SEM
Student Mentor NG Pui Yee (Amy) IEEM
Student Mentor WONG Ka Kiu (Clara) SEM

5. Past Activities/Events

2017-18

SEEM Students’ Evening Gathering

Autumn Dinner Gathering

2015-16

Mentor-Mentee Christmas Party

Mentor-mentee Semester Commencement Gathering

2014-15

First mentor-mentee Meeting

Mentor-Mentee Christmas Party


2013-14

First mentor-mentee meeting

Mentor-Mentee Christmas Party

6. Join Us (Deadline of application: 20 April 2018)

In each year, the Department can only accept a certain number of student mentors. If you think you can make a difference to the Department and the University, please don't hesitate to join us.

Please complete the application form and submit it together with supporting material (as specified in the form) to the coordinator or the General Office.


SEEM Student Mentoring Scheme Coordinator
Dr. Sherman S.C. Ngan
Email: scngan@cityu.edu.hk
Tel: 3442-8400
Office: Room P6603, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building


Last modified on 4 July, 2018