Alumni Sharing

Since 2000, CIE has nurtured thousands of local and non-local students. They are now fulfilling their dreams of either furthering education or serving different parts of the community. Some graduates whom you may know would like to share their words with you.

Division of Applied Science

CIE is a stepping-stone to university and career. It prepares me well to take on every challenge in the future.
Lo Pik Yiu, Peggy  ’06
  • Currently working as IT support in government department/Franchise business and training
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Information Engineering), CityU 2010
  • Associate of Science (Computing Studies), HKBU 2006
CIE is a stepping-stone to university and career. It prepares me well to take on every challenge in the future.
Lo Pik Yiu, Peggy  ’06
  • Currently working as IT support in government department/Franchise business and training

Division of Arts and Languages

CIE serves as a platform for me to improve and to transform into an all-rounded person. It routinely holds events which are practical and inter-disciplinary, providing me with chances to thrive by gaining a better understanding of myself, thus helping me to set achievable goals for my career prospects.
Chan Pak Hei, Jefferson  ’15
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, HKU
  • Associate of Arts (Cultural Studies), HKBU 2015
CIE serves as a platform for me to improve and to transform into an all-rounded person.
Chan Pak Hei, Jefferson  ’15
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, HKU

Division of Business

CIE adopts a General Education approach. Although marketing was my Concentration Studies, I could also explore other areas such as psychology and environmental conservation studies. Studying in CIE is all about doing what you enjoy with the right mindset, and with dedication and diligence.
Chu Lok Man, Lomond  ’11
  • Fund Manager
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) in Marketing, HKBU 2014
  • Associate of Arts (Marketing), HKBU 2011
Studying in CIE is all about doing what you enjoy with the right mindset, and with dedication and diligence.
Chu Lok Man, Lomond  ’11
  • Fund Manager

Division of Communication

What I have learnt at CIE was not only the knowledge from the textbooks, but also the teaching enthusiasm from the lecturers. Now I am a lecturer and I always regard my teachers at CIE as my role model!
Wong Kwok Kei, Jackin  ’03
  • Lecturer at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, CUHK
  • Master of Arts in Communication, HKBU 2010
  • Associate of Arts (Creative Communication), HKBU 2003
I am much inspired by the teaching enthusiasm from the lecturers at CIE.
Wong Kwok Kei, Jackin  ’03
  • Lecturer at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, CUHK

Division of Social Sciences

I felt lost after the A-level examination, and it was APSS that encouraged me to reflect on myself, so that I could positively explore my talents and my goals in life. In the two years’ time of enjoyable learning in CIE, my passion for social work grew rapidly. Although I am not a registered social worker right now, what I have seen and learnt from the people and society in these few years will benefit me for life.
Siu Yuen Man, Karen   ’07
  • Secondary School Teacher
  • Master of Education in Liberal Studies, HKBU 2015
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) major in Liberal Studies, HKBU 2013
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Psychology, HKBU 2009
  • Associate of Arts (Applied Social Service), HKBU 2007
APSS encouraged me to reflect on myself, so that I could positively explore my talents and my goals in life.
Siu Yuen Man, Karen   ’07
  • Secondary School Teacher