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Students at CityU have been continuing their studies during the coronavirus epidemic thanks to CityU’s online learning platform, called CityU-Learning.
This summer 18 students from the College of Business attended classes on social entrepreneurship and took internships through the Students’ Health and Welfare Centres Organisation at the University of Cape Town.
Sixteen students from the College of Business had a rewarding volunteer experience building homes for underprivileged families in the Philippines over the summer.
Six Year 3 Business students won the Overall Championship of PROJECT CG! by going through all the tasks for almost half a year since October 2009.
Twenty-eight CityU students took part in the IT exchange programme managed by Cyberport Digital Media Centre, travelling to Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and Japan during the summer to undertake information technology or digital media training.
More than 400 local, mainland and overseas students from CityU have participated in the City-Youth Empowerment Project in this academic year to offer their volunteer services to the needy, while strengthening their self confidence and commitment to society.
I joined the Business Practice Internship programme to work as a marketing assistant in a fire and security company from June to August. It was a valuable opportunity for me to gain a better understanding of the real business world.
CityU has admitted 400 students from the mainland since last year. They aspire to make the best use of their time at CityU to lay a solid foundation for their future.
Two semesters after the start of the campaign, students taking part in the City-Youth Empowerment Project say they have learned how to build better relations with others and have developed a stronger commitment to society.
CityU has already started its preparation for the mainland student recruitment exercise next year. Professor Richard Ho, Dean of Undergraduate Education, introduced the recruitment plan to the media on 25 Nov.