3 December 2021 

A ground-breaking ceremony was held at CityU for the HK Tech International Centre on 29 November. Scheduled to open at the end of 2023, this unique building demonstrates CityU's vision to develop as a modern campus where students from around the world can meet in a convenient and comfortable environment. Learn More>>


The first large-scale fundraising gala “One Night in Tang Paradise” in support of the Indra and Harry Banga Gallery at CityU was held on 26 November. It succeeded to raise HK$4 million to fund the Gallery’s long-term development and research. Read More>>


Read the latest “From the President's Desk” newsletter, to know more about CityU’s recent campus development projects that support the University’s growing scholarly and academic acitivities. Read More>>


Alumni are welcome to register for the CityU Organic Farming Programme organised by the Convocation to learn and practise urban farming through a series of activities and visits on ten Sunday mornings starting from 30 January 2022. Learn More>>


The Patent Utility Challenge 2021 is a competition under HK Tech 300 that aims to help participants generate project ideas with CityU’s patents. All projects submitted under the Challenge will be given opportunity to take part in HK Tech 300’s training programme. Learn More>>


HK Tech 300 has admitted more than 150 start-up teams with each team being awarded a seed fund of HK$100,000. Eligible teams will be recommended to compete for the Angel Fund of up to HK$1 million. Apply Now>>


CityU continues to make breakthroughs by releasing the English version of the University Anthem Beyond Boundaries. Along with showcasing some CityU features, the lyrics serve as encouragement for students to advance beyond boundaries, including academic research, sports development and their future careers. The profound lyrics, written by President Way Kuo, encapsulate the philosophy of knowledge seeking and emphasise the principles upheld by scholars. Read More>>


BA Business Studies and MA in Communication and New Media graduate Ms Paula Yang (楊小儀) is the Head of Growth of NDN Group. The veteran media professional has extensive experience in digital marketing, and witnessed the transformation of advertising industry from traditional media to digital media, while keeping abreast of industry trends. Read More>>


Share your latest news, personal milestones and achievements with us on Class Notes to be published in City AlumNet 2022. Once your news is selected for publication, a souvenir will be presented to you as a token of our appreciation! Click Here>>


Notebook Ownership Programme 2021 for CityU alumni (Deadline extended to 31 Dec). Learn More>>


The "We Care for CityU Sports" campaign aims to nurture the growth of our full-time CityU student-athletes in personal, academic, and career development, by providing adequate support through volunteer services and donation to them. All supporters of the University are cordially invited to take part in the campaign. Support Now>>


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


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 interested in joining an organic farming programme (「城大種樂樂」有機種植活動) hosted by CityU Convocation to engage in green living?
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