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Consultancy services that students from the College of Business at CityU provided for Chinese businesses have been praised for their professionalism.
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Students at CityU will be able to study and share knowledge anytime, anywhere under an innovative mobile-learning scheme offering access to hundreds of iPad and the iPod Touch.
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CityU will offer a new General Education course on “Information Management and its Social Impact” in Semester B 2007-08 to help students master their skills in information management during the information explosion era.
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A University Development Forum was held on 30 November to introduce to students and staff the learning outcomes of the GE Programme and the content of six new GE courses.
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CityU hosted an exhibition on "Personalized Service Oriented eBusiness", which showcases application systems and management solutions developed by final-year students of the Department of Information Systems (IS) for the industry and business of Hong Kong.
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Nearly 200 Year 2 business students spent their summer vacation gaining real work experience in a variety of organizations through the internship programmes offered by the Faculty of Business.
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CityU proudly announces that four outstanding university teachers nominated by students, alumni or programme committees have won the 2005-06 Teaching Excellence Awards. The four winners were chosen from 27 nominations.
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CityU is hosting the "Knowledge Mobilization in eBusiness" exhibition to showcase IS student projects that assist business development in the local industry.
The Faculty of Business has introduced a "First Year Learning Experience" programme to all first-year BBA students to help them address new challenges in the learning environment.
Twelve innovative systems development projects, created by Department of Information Systems final-year students working hand-in-hand with local industry, are on display on CityU's 4/F Podium from 17 to 19 March 2005.

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