3 August 2021 

We are delighted to share an exciting news with you that our alumna (BSc Creative Media) and karate athlete Ms Grace Lau Mo-sheung (劉慕裳) will represent Hong Kong to compete in Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on 5 Aug (Thu), starting from 9am (HK Time). Grace has performed remarkably in recent years including winning a bronze medal in Asian Games in 2018 and another bronze medal at the World Karate Championships in 2018. She also won a silver medal in the 16th AKF Senior Championship in 2019. Grace has gone through tough training despite the COVID-19 challenge. Kudos to her can-do spirit! Let’s support and cheer Grace on at her Women’s Kata competition at the Olympics!

Check out the women’s Kata schedule here (in Japan Time). Read her story.


Following its earlier announcement of the launch of the flagship innovation and entrepreneurship programme “HK Tech 300” with an allocation of HK$500 million, CityU held on 29 July the HK Tech 300 Seed Fund Presentation Ceremony, presenting seed funds with the total sum of HK$6.5 million. Learn More>>


CityU will confer the title of Honorary Fellow on four distinguished persons, including Professor Albert Ip, Mr Wong Ming-yam, Mr Johnny Yeung and EMBA graduate Dr Allen Shi, in recognition of their significant contributions to the development of, and service to, the University and the community. Read More>>


CityU has launched HK TECH Tiger, a suite of exceptional programmes that enable high-flying students to pursue excellence, develop their potential, and take courses taught by world-class STEM professors. Learn More>>


The 7th Distinguished Alumni Award is open for nomination. The Award honours outstanding alumni who had made distinctive contributions to their professions, the University and the community. You are cordially invited to nominate outstanding fellow alumni for the Award. Learn More>> 


HK Tech 300 is CityU's flagship innovation and entrepreneurship programme to launch start-ups. Join the New Venture Creation Platform, a precursor to Training under the programme on every Thursday in August, 4pm-5:30pm by distinguished speakers. Sign Up>>


Ms Suzanne Cheung (張潔儀) is a graduate of MSc Environmental Science and Technology. Her CityU education has enriched her knowledge and know-how on sustainability development, paving the way for her to become a pioneer of the field. Being the Head of Sustainability, Swire Coca-Cola HK, she actively promotes corporate practices in environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG), extending her mission of environmental protection. Read More>>


CityU has continuously taken proactive steps in further enhancing the employability and maximising job landing of the 2021 graduates. The strengthened version of CityU CAReer Launch Scheme (CARLS 2.0) has solicited 2,400+ job opportunities for the graduating students. Explore More>>


A new exhibition “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” at the Indra and Harry Banga Gallery of CityU turns the spotlight on how the Maritime Silk Road enabled cultural exchanges through the diffusion of Buddhism. It runs until 3 October (Closed on Mondays). Learn More>>


Resilient and resourceful, six remarkable CityU alumni in Hong Kong and overseas, demonstrate how they have proactively turned the coronavirus crisis into opportunities for themselves and others. Read their interviews at alumni magazine City AlumNet and complete the questionnaire to receive a specially designed souvenir.


Alumni are invited to join the CityU SWAA Annual General Meeting cum Life and Death Education Workshop via Zoom on 7 August, 2:30pm. 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! 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>> 
The new exhibition “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” at the Indra and Harry Banga Gallery of CityU turns the spotlight on how the Maritime Silk Road enabled cultural exchanges through the diffusion of Buddhism. Are you interested to learn more and book a visit?
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