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

I joined the summer internship programme at the Department of Biology of HKBU. It was remarkable. I learnt more about environmental science and my analytical techniques was strengthened. And I had the chance to use a wider range of laboratory instruments, e.g. mass spectrophotometer and centrifuge. This internship has not only enriched my knowledge on the area of testing and certification but also prepared me well for my future career.
Yeung Wai Fung, Owen  ’15
  • Research Assistant II at Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care, The University of Hong Kong
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Applied Science, Health Studies, PolyU SPEED 2017
  • Associate of Science (Nutrition and Food Management), HKBU 2015
The summer internship programme at the Department of Biology of HKBU enriched my knowledge in the area of testing and certification.
Yeung Wai Fung, Owen  ’15
  • Research Assistant II at Department of Family Medicine and Primary Care, The University of Hong Kong

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
  • Teaching fellow at TEACH4HK
  • Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, HKU 2017
  • 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
  • Teaching fellow at TEACH4HK

Division of Business

Studying in CIE was a wonderful life journey. Teachers were all very helpful, understanding and patient! They made learning fun and enjoyable. My motto is: when you know what you want, set your mind to it and you will achieve.
Chau Pui Ying, Crystal  ’07
  • Sales Manager in fashion and retail industry
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Major in Marketing and Minor in Management), University of Wollongong, Australia 2009
  • Associate of Arts (Marketing), HKBU 2007
Studying in CIE was a wonderful life journey.
Chau Pui Ying, Crystal  ’07
  • Sales Manager in fashion and retail industry

Division of Communication

During my study at CIE, we had the chance to design advertising strategies, organise PR events and produce radio programmes starting from scratch until project completion. It widened my horizons in various communication related fields.
Ng Chun Ho, Matthew  ’14
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Media and Social Communication, HKBU
  • Associate of Arts (Creative Communication), HKBU 2014
My study at CIE widened my horizons in various communication related fields.
Ng Chun Ho, Matthew  ’14
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Media and Social Communication, HKBU

Division of Social Sciences

I joined various experiential learning programmes in CIE. One of them was working in Autism Partnership Foundation in the CIE internship programme. It was a precious experience. I learnt how to teach and communicate with autistic children. These skills are still beneficial as my current study in gerontology requires the similar skills in training the elderly with dementia.
Ng Yee Sum, Edith  ’14
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Science in Gerontology, CUHK
  • Associate of Science (Psychology), HKBU 2014
The skills I gained in internship programmes are beneficial to my current study in gerontology.
Ng Yee Sum, Edith  ’14
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Science in Gerontology, CUHK