3 September 2021 

CityU alumni Ms Irene Chung (鍾婉萍) [BA (Hons) in Creative Media] and Ms Yeung Hiu-lam (楊曉林) [BSocSc (Hons) in Social Work] represented Hong Kong to compete in wheelchair fencing and boccia respectively in Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. They performed well and demonstrated the go-beyond spirit that have made us proud. Revisit the cheering video for them HERE.


President Way Kuo warmly welcomed all new students at the University Welcoming Ceremony, held on campus and online on 24 August. He encouraged the freshmen with the success story of CityU alumna Ms Grace Lau (劉慕裳), an Olympic Bronze medalist in the Karate Women’s Kata. Read more and watch the video highlight of the Ceremony.


You are invited to enjoy the newly published English-language version of the CityU Anthem, which spotlights our values for the multicultural university community and encourages students, faculty and staff to pursue further excellence. The meaningful lyrics, written by President Way Kuo, encapsulate the philosophy of knowledge seeking and emphasise the fundamental principles upheld by scholars. Learn More>>


HK Tech 300 is CityU's flagship innovation and entrepreneurship programme to launch start-ups. Join the Briefing on Incubation Programme in September to explore more.


Join our Zoom webinar on 4 Sep (Sat) at 2:30pm and learn how to start your entrepreneurship journey, especially for those who wish to launch start-ups and translate research results and intellectual properties into practical applications. Register Now>>


School of Law graduate Mr Stephen Yau (邱浩波), GBS, SBS, MH, JP is Chief Executive of International Social Service (Hong Kong Branch). He has been contributing to social welfare for more than 40 years. His works aim to empower the underprivileged groups in Hong Kong and promote social work education in the mainland. His CityU education enriched his knowledge of the mainland’s legal system and smoothened the promotion of collaboration projects. 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>>


CityU will organise a delegation to participate in the SCHK Marathon to be held on 24 Oct. Registrations for the public ballot entry are now open and please visit the SCHKM 2021 website for more detailed information. Read More>>


Notebook Ownership Programme 2021 for CityU alumni. Learn 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>> 


Alumni may login to the Student/Alumni M365 (@my.cityu.edu.hk) via new authentication system. The new authentication system contains additional security features to protect your CityU Electronic ID (EID) and facilitates single-sign-on to many CityU applications. 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>> 
Are you aware that Ms Grace Lau Mo-sheung, an alumna of CityU, has won the Bronze medal for Hong Kong in the Karate Women’s Kata in the Tokyo Olympics?
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