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Around 130 students have been selected to join the six service teams of the Servant Leadership Training Programme.
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More than 80 CityU students have secured valuable overseas summer internships through the Global Work Attachment Programme.
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CityU is helping students develop effective life-long learning skills by expanding the Supplemental Instruction Scheme from September.
CityU has joined hands with Shenzhen University to co-host the sixth Student Leadership Conference. More than 130 university students worldwide convened at the two campuses to discuss issues on leadership and responsibility, 26 July to 3 August.
Appointed Dean of Student Learning in April this year, Professor Lilian Vrijmoed has begun to set out the strategic direction and plans related to grooming students to become reflective learners and competitive professionals.
The On-campus Service-learning Scheme welcomes online applications starting 1 March. The OSS aims to equip students with vocational competence via jobs on campus.
At the Inauguration Ceremony held 27 January 2005, nineteen newly appointed Student Ambassadors vowed to live out the mission of serving and promoting CityU.
Thirty-seven new members took an oath at the 6th Anniversary of the Service Learning Initiative (SLI) on 28 October to show their determination and commitment.
This summer, 70 students took part in the summer internship programme, organized by the Student Development Services Career Centre. They have gained valuable experience working in 22 companies in Beijing and Shanghai.
CityU stands with universities such as Cornell, St Mary’s University of Minnesota, the University of Southern Queensland, (Australia), Mount Allison University (Canada) and the University of Surrey (UK) that value “whole person development" (WPD), and is proud to be one of the very first in Hong Kong to do so. In an interview by Shiona Mackenzie, Mr Joseph K N Chan, Acting Director of Student Development Services (SDS), discusses CityU's philosophy.

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