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

In addition to lectures, the Concentration Studies of Environmental Conservation Studies at CIE provided laboratory works and field trips to help us prepare further studies and build up knowledge in the conservation field. Besides, what I appreciated most was the internship opportunity within the programme. I definitely gained much conservation related experience and have a solid understanding about conservation.
Choi Wing Kiu, Caleb  ’08
  • Ecological Surveyor at Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, CUHK 2011
  • Associate of Science (Environmental Conservation Studies), HKBU 2008
What I appreciated most was the internship opportunity within the programme.
Choi Wing Kiu, Caleb  ’08
  • Ecological Surveyor at Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department

Division of Arts and Languages

Every musician has his/her own path to go, and you should find out your own way. It’s pointless to follow others. What everybody else wants may not be exactly what you want.
Ma Man Ki  ’11
  • Songwriter and Conductor
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Music, HKBU 2014
  • Associate of Arts (Music), HKBU 2011
Every musician has his/her own path to go, and you should find out your own way.
Ma Man Ki  ’11
  • Songwriter and Conductor

Division of Business

With the provision of whole-person development and full support of articulation consultation, I became more independent in making sensible decisions in my life planning. Whenever I face difficulties in my career life, I have become more confident.
Roy Chan  ’10
  • Senior Marketing Officer at Watsons the Chemist
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) in Marketing, HKBU 2012
  • Associate Degree of Arts (Business Administration), HKBU 2010
With the provision of whole-person development and full support of articulation consultation, I became more independent in making sensible decisions in my life planning.
Roy Chan  ’10
  • Senior Marketing Officer at Watsons the Chemist

Division of Communication

The growing importance of new media application has been recognised especially in journalism, entertainment and advertising industry. Media Communication Concentration Studies was launched in response to this trend. Not only did it equip us with the knowledge of traditional media, but also taught us the operation of new media. These skills have prepared me for further study and are practical in daily life.
Lam Lok Sing, Michael  ’17
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Communication, Organizational Communication Major, HKBU
  • Associate of Arts (Media Communication), HKBU 2017
Media Communication have prepared me for further study and the knowledge learnt are practical in daily life.
Lam Lok Sing, Michael  ’17
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Communication, Organizational Communication Major, HKBU

Division of Social Sciences

I have equipped with practical knowledge and skills through various professional training, internship and community service experiences. The Associate Degree Programme provides different articulation opportunities which were very reassuring.
Lam Chun Man  ’12
  • Assistant Programme Secretary at Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences in Sport and Recreation Leadership, HKBU 2014
  • Associate of Science in Sport and Recreation Studies, HKBU 2012
  • Associate Degree Foundation Programme, HKBU 2010
The AD programme provides different articulation opportunities which were very reassuring.
Lam Chun Man  ’12
  • Assistant Programme Secretary at Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong