31 May 2021 

Best wishes to CityU alumnus and PhD student Andy

We are saddened to learn that Andy Leung Yue-hei (梁瑜晞), CityU PhD student of Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, has been diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. The 24-year-old student is also an alumnus of BSc in Applied Biology and a member of the CityU Dragon Boat team.

CityU President Professor Way Kuo, staff, students and alumni are concerned and care about the situation of Andy. Various university units and the Alumni Relations Office are working together to provide support to the family, including immediate provision of an Emergency Fund. Read More>>

Researchers from CityU won the highest number of awards among all universities in Hong Kong at Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days 2021, including a Gold Medal with Congratulations of the Jury, five Gold Medals, three Silver Medals and three Bronze Medals, demonstrating the excellence of the research carried out at CityU. Read More>>

Join the HK Tech 300 online sharing session via Zoom on 3 Jun (Thu), 1pm – 2pm (in English) to learn more about the Seed Fund. Several project teams from the first cohort are invited to share their project details and provide their valuable experience on how to get prepared for the panel selection interview. Sign Up>>

Riding on the achievements and positive outcomes of the “CityU CAReer Launch Scheme” (CARLS 1.0), which was designed to support the job landing of CityU graduates in 2020, a strengthened version -- CARLS 2.0 has been launched to support graduating students of Class of 2021. Read More>>

The unique Talents Programme for advanced learning at CityU presents an enriched curriculum for highly motivated students determined to play leadership roles in tomorrow’s rapidly changing, hi-tech world. The courses will ensure their success in attaining their career goals and aspirations for further studies. Learn More>>

Read the alumni interviews at alumni magazine City AlumNet demonstrating the spirit of resilience, and how alumni resolve to turn testing situations around, under the theme of “Energising Opportunities, Rising Above Challenges”. We value your feedback. Your comments will help us to better understand what we can improve for the magazine. The first 60 readers completing the questionnaire will receive a specially designed souvenir.

EMBA graduate Mr Yue Yaoqi (岳耀頎) is Senior Vice President, Perfect World Education and Technology (Beijing) Company Limited. He is dedicated to cultivating corporate talents through practicing school-enterprise cooperation, as well as industry and education integration, which benefiting both schools, enterprises and the society. As Chief Secretary of CityU EMBA (Chinese) Alumni Association, he is committed to uniting alumni to support University development. Read More>>

Read the story from our graduates Dr Chen Xueping (陳雪平) and Mr Eric Chen (陳子翔), Co-founders of Vitargent, a pioneer in the field of safety testing technology by using medaka and zebrafish embryos to perform toxicity tests. The company was awarded the Grand Prix at the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva in 2015.

Mr Francis Li (李蔭國) & Ms Carli Wong (黃宛裿), alumni of the social work programme of CityU’s Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences scooped Hong Kong Social Workers Association (HKSWA)’s awards which recognise excellent practitioners. Read More>>

JobNet features a list of job vacancies for CityU alumni. Welcome to explore the exciting opportunities. Click Here>>

Welcome to the alumni family, CityU graduates! The Commencement Ceremony for the graduating class of 2021 has been held from 22 to 31 May at CityU. Learn more about alumni affinity programmes, services and benefits of the University. Become an ARO Facebook fan to enjoy complimentary access to library e-resources. Learn More>> 

Update on alumni campus access.

The upgraded smart Alumni Card with embedded chip is the sole identity proof for campus access starting from 1 January 2021. Alumni Cards issued before October 2020 are obsolete. Click Here>> 
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