2 September 2022 

The third series of "Beyond Boundaries: Dialogue with Presidents of World’s Leading Educational Institutions” is released. This series features President Way Kuo’s continuing explorations of global education development with the presidents and principals of top universities and high schools in the U.S., Israel, Belgium, Germany, Canada, France, and others. Watch Now>>

Eminent scientists from around the world tackled some of the most challenging issues found in complex systems that incorporate artificial intelligence were featured at the HK Tech Forum. The event on Reliability and Safety of Intelligent Systems was hosted by the Hong Kong Institute for Advanced Study at CityU from 20 to 21 August. Read More>>

Freshmen including local and non-local students were warmly greeted at the University Welcoming Ceremony on 23 August. At the ceremony, the long-awaited University Mascot appeared live for the first time, cheering for everyone at CityU as the new academic year kicked off. Read More>>

The start of the new semester featured a very special ambassador for CityU. The new University Mascot that reflects the University's wise, vital, vigorous and proactive character, helped to celebrate the first school day on 29 August by wishing everyone an enjoyable and rewarding 2022/23. Read More>>

The full-time employment rate for graduates from CityU hit 96.6% in 2021, the highest among the eight publicly funded universities, according to the latest graduate employment data released by the University Grants Committee. These figures represent a record high compared to CityU’s employment figures over the past 10 years. Read More>>

Congratulations to Dr Sunny Chai, BBS, JP (查毅超), graduate of Engineering Doctorate, who has been conferred the 7th Distinguished Alumni Award in recognition of his achievements and contributions to the industrial sector, CityU and the wider community. Learn More>>

PhD and BSc Applied Chemistry graduate Dr Chris Mak (麥淑君) is the Chief Scientific and Sustainability Officer of Chow Sang Sang Jewellery Company Limited. Having been a professional researcher for years, Chris deployed her scientific expertise and steered her career path to quality assurance and identification of gemstones. Read More>>

The Singapore Alumni Network will organise a “Joint U Mid-Autumn Festival Dinner” on 24 September at Fu Lin Men, Singapore Recreation Club. Learn more>>

The Indra and Harry Banga Gallery at CityU presents the new exhibition “Hunters, Warriors, Spirits: Nomadic Art of North China” from now until 23 October (Book a visit now). The exhibition features over 250 ancient artworks, which tells the story of the nomads through the diverse lenses of archaeology, art history, and anthropology. Click Here>>

Alumni are invited to join a sharing about Counselling Profession Development with the topic Local Further Studies? Where should I start? by CityU Counselling Graduates Association on 12 September, 10:00am. Register Now>>

A series of EMBA modules will be offered in 2022-23. Interested professionals are invited to apply as an EMBA student or register as a visiting postgraduate student for this upskilling opportunity. Learn More>>

Notebook Ownership Programme 2022 for CityU alumni is now available. Learn More>>

Alumni can now enjoy 5 TB of free storage space to store and share files/folders online under OneDrive for Business (Cloud Storage). With all your files/folders in the cloud, it is easy to access from anywhere outside of the university network on any device with a web browser or an app. 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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