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The contributions of group of industrial advisers who help to match curricular design with the needs of the business sector were recognized at a gathering hosted by City University's Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management (MEEM) on 21 February. Some 25 industrial advisers and 30 MEEM staff attended the function, which marked a major Department outreach initiative to strengthen contacts with the business community.
A group of 54 Shanghainese students in City University's Master of Business Administration programme, offered in collaboration with Shanghai Jiao Tong University, were praised for their consultancy work for two local companies during their first Residential Trip to Hong Kong between 9 and 22 February.
With the signing of an agreement on 6 February, the Hong Kong Observatory joined the ranks of partners in City University of Hong Kong's Cooperative Education Scheme, which provides internship training for students. The Hong Kong Observatory is the first government department to join the scheme.
"I used to think the best people were all attracted to the east of the country before I visited China's west," said Ms Cherry Lum, a Senior Counsellor who supervised the Career Centre's recent Chongqing Internship Programme. "When I took the students to Chongqing , however, I was surprised to discover the wealth of talent there. Just about everyone we dealt with was very impressive."