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A more than HK$17 million donation from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust is helping CityU to run a three-year education project called “Jockey Club Project IDEA”.
The first-ever inauguration ceremony for Named Chair Professorships at CityU on 11 October honoured distinguished scholars for their outstanding achievements and paid tribute to our generous donors.
The first large-scale fundraising gala “One Night in Tang Paradise” in support of the Indra and Harry Banga Gallery at CityU was held on 26 November.
Tung Biomedical Sciences Centre at CityU established and named in recognition of The Tung Foundation
The newly established Tung Biomedical Sciences Centre at CityU has been named in honour of The Tung Foundation in appreciation of the staunch and generous support of the Foundation.
The Inauguration Ceremony of the Third Steering Committee of the CityU Industrial and Business Leaders Circle was successfully held on 4 May.
A comprehensive fundraising campaign named “United, We Soar” signals the start of a new era at CityU. The campaign, which is the first of its kind for CityU, was launched on 1 December with its public phase.
Scholarship donation from Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation encourages students to stay positive amid difficulties
New scholarship with a donation from Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation honours brave alumna Kiki Hung.
A donation of HK$2 million from Mapletree will be used to set up an endowment fund for students of CityU.
A HK$5 million donation awarded to CityU by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation will promote moral education, Chinese culture, and integration with world civilisation.
Over 500 guests attended the annual dinner of the CityU Foundation on 22 November, at which more than HK$14.6 million was raised to support the University’s One Health initiative.