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City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has successfully completed its admission exercise in 20 provinces/cities on the mainland this year. Both the quality and quantity of candidates are much higher than last year
The winners of the Hong Kong Underwater Robot Challenge, which was jointly organized by CityU and WWF Hong Kong, have won three of the major prizes at the finals of the International Remote Operated Vehicle Contest.
A graduation ceremony was held on 23 July on CityU campus for graduates of the Master of Law (LLM) programme offered by CityU and Renmin University of China (Renmin U) which aims to nurture a new breed of specialists on the mainland legal system.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering at CityU is hosting “Science and Engineering Fun Days” from 26 to 28 July.
Three final-year students from the Department of Computer Science take home first and second prize in the Pan-Pearl River Delta Region University IT Project Competition.
Three academics from the Department of English and Communication have brought back top awards from the International Communication Association annual conference in Germany.
CityU welcomes to Hong Kong the newly appointed UGC member Sir Gareth Roberts, a renowned engineering scientist and education administrator and currently the President of Wolfson College, University of Oxford.
CityU has launched CityUTeens, a custom-made online magazine aimed at introducing the latest developments at CityU to teenagers studying in local secondary schools.
The second Virtual Character Design Competition to be held by CityU is now open for applications. The competition, to be held on 8 October this year, is open to all secondary schools in Hong Kong.
A CityU-led research project has been awarded a multi-million dollar grant by the UK government to help fight the poverty and inequality experienced by women living in Muslim communities and countries.