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City University of Hong Kong is rated seventh among the top 10 Chinese universities in the Greater China area, covering the mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. In the same study by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CityU ranks 332 in the top 500 universities worldwide, the third highest Hong Kong institution on the list.
Parents intend to provide the best for their children. But is their best good enough in the eyes of the children themselves? According to a survey done by a group of CityU's third-year marketing students, improved communication between parents and children at an earlier stage, and a higher level of autonomy for children, allows more and enhances effective learning.
A select group of 107 form seven students recently had their very first taste of university life thanks to the Business Leadership Camp organized by the Faculty of Business. The camp was held 27 and 28 June, one week before the release of Hong Kong's Advanced Level Examination results. The participants were impressed by the academic excellence of the Faculty and of CityU. Many expressed an interest in joining the Faculty in September.
CityU fosters creative ties by bringing together young people with different cultural and social backgrounds — students from the School of Creative Media (SCM) and from the Beijing Film Academy (BFA).
Mr Kenji Yum in the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE) at CityU became the first student researcher from Hong Kong to win an award in the Student Paper Competition at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) held mid-June in Philadelphia, US.
Mr Kenji Yum in the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE) at CityU became the first student researcher from Hong Kong to win an award in the Student Paper Competition at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) held mid-June in Philadelphia, US.
Mr Charles Wong, Director of CityU's School of Continuing and Professional Education, is on the 2003 Chief Executive Honours List published by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government on 1 July.
Mr Charles Wong, Director of CityU's School of Continuing and Professional Education, is on the 2003 Chief Executive Honours List published by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government on 1 July.

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