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CityU and Hewlett Packard (HP) Hong Kong Ltd have joined forces in an effort to teach the ins and outs of mobile-commerce (m-commerce) to industry leaders. The Division of Commerce and HP offered the first m-commerce certificate course in January.
Ready as always to aid the people of Hong Kong, CityU is working hard to establish a community college that will help meet the expected boom in tertiary students over the next decade. Universities today face a number of challenges. Changing societal needs, rising expectations about education, economic developments, and technological advances all help shape the role of academic institutions.
The Interactive MBA (iMBA) programme offered by the Faculty of Business won the Certificate of Merit of IT Excellence Awards organized by the Hong Kong Computer Society, in recognition of its quality, functionality, innovation and originality.
It has often been said that one of the most effective ways of conducting research is to visit the physical stacks at a library. But with the growing amount of online information available today, books, journals and research papers are only a mouse-click away.
The College of Higher Vocational Studies will launch two new two-year full-time associate degree programmes in September 2001?he Associate of Business Administration in Electronic Commerce and Web Technology (ABA) and the Associate of Arts in General Studies (AAGS).
A former PhD student of the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE), Dr Tse Kwok-kuen, has won the Silver Award in the "Young Inventors Awards 2000" organized by the Far Eastern Economic Review and Hewlett-Packard Asia Pacific. Dr Tse is awarded for his revolutionary technique to lower the cost of extracting maximum power from a solar panel.
Step into the office of Professor Richard Ho, Dean of Faculty of Business, and what immediately catches your eye are the two--not one-- computer monitors sitting side by side on his desktop.

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