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CityU MBA
The MBA programme of CityU has entered the FT’s 2020 MBA top-100.
THE Indian Universities Forum 2020
Learning from each other is the driving force behind internationalisation, commented Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, at a specially convened panel during the Times Higher Education India Universities Forum held in India on 17 January.

Smooth start to new semester
Staff and students were given a very warm welcome when they returned to campus at the start of the new semester on 13 January at CityU.
CityU introduces flexible admission arrangement for 2020/21
A more flexible admission arrangement will be introduced by CityU in 2020/21. It’s aimed at applicants who attain excellent overall HKDSE results but who don’t meet the admission requirements in one core subject.
New Council Members
Five outstanding members of the business and professional sectors have been appointed by the Chief Executive of the HKSAR to the Council of CityU. In addition, incumbent member Ms Lilian Chiang Sui-fook has been appointed Deputy Chairman of the Council.
Anti-cancer prodrug
A pioneering approach to fighting cancer has revealed as much as a two-third reduction in tumour size and weight in laboratory tests using an anti-cancer chemical compound developed by CityU.
CityU’s new blood test technology for accurate detection of cancer cells
Groundbreaking technology that can accurately perform early screening for cancer cells and effectively monitor disease status has been successfully developed by a biomedical research team at CityU.
CityU squash team shines at national competition
The CityU squash team won the men’s overall championship, as well as the championship and 1st runner-up in the men’s singles in the elite group of the 3rd All China University Squash Competition in China.
World-first coating developed at CityU
A world-first self-healable anti-smudge coating successfully developed by a research team at CityU could lead to production costs that are 80% lower than for existing materials.
New brain studies for treating myelin-related diseases
A study by CityU reveals for the first time that schema-like learning can foster the growth and regeneration of brain myelin, thereby enhancing the synchrony of neural networks.

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