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CityU's success rate in the 2005-06 Competitive Earmarked Research Grant (CERG) exercise, supported by the Research Grants Council , is ranked 2nd among the eight local higher education institutions.
Students of School of Law held their counterparts from Oxford University to 1-1 draw in a thrilling mooting competition after beating an Oxford team in the second round, as part of a study tour to UK.
About 30 staff members, students and legal professionals had a candid and thought-provoking exchange in a roundtable discussion on judicial and legislative interpretation in China organized by the School of Law, 21 June.
CityU plans to confer honorary doctoral degrees on Mr Ronald Arculli, the Hon Mrs Rita Fan, Professor Henry T. Yang and Mr Zhang Yimou in recognition of their significant contribution to learning and the well-being of society.
Dr Yue Xiaodong, Associate Professor of CityU's Department of Applied Social Studies, announced the findings of his research study on “Turning Andy Lau from a star idol into a role model: An experimental study in Hong Kong and Shenzhen" on 24 June.
Some 50 CityU students have formed four teams to compete in the Robocon 2005 Hong Kong Contest. They will show off their robotic creations, which are sure to impress the judges.
CityU has decided to create a new Department of Asian and International Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies with effect from 1 July 2006, and launch a unique programme in East and Southeast Asian studies in September 2006.
Eleven students received scholarships from the Consulate General of Spain, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce and FHS at the Spanish Awards and Scholarships Ceremony held on 22 June in recognition of their academic excellence in learning Spanish.
Professor H K Chang organized an afternoon meeting with Consuls General representing five countries and the EU representative to promote CityU among the international community on 21 June.
CityU is planning to acquire a 6,000-square metre site in the Shenzhen Virtual University Science Park to establish the Shenzhen Outpost—a permanent base for the University’s applied research, incubation and teaching activities on the mainland.

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