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 gave me opportunities to explore myself, for example the internship in laboratory and study tour in Zhuhai. These learning experiences strengthened my communication and problem-solving skills. Studying in CIE gave me fond memories and I was trained to become an independent person.
Wong Pui Ling   ’14
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Nursing, PolyU
  • Associate Degree of Science (Food Safety and Environmental Health), HKBU 2014
Studying in CIE gave me fond memories and I was trained to become an independent person.
Wong Pui Ling   ’14
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Nursing, PolyU

Division of Arts and Languages

CIE lecturers are professional. They guided me through my years of study and were helpful when I was searching for my career path. The College also organises various career talks to familiarize students with the knowledge and skills required from different industries. I once attended a career talk about arts administration and it was useful for my future.
Tam Wai Yin, Regina  ’12
  • Web Writer at job hunting website
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Liberal and Culture Studies, HKBU 2014
  • Associate of Arts (Bilingual Language and Literature Studies), HKBU 2012
  • Associate Degree Foundation Programme, HKBU 2010
CIE lecturers are professional.
Tam Wai Yin, Regina  ’12
  • Web Writer at job hunting website

Division of Business

My unforgettable memories took shape in Remake Aberdeen Urban Planning Design Competition. It was a valuable and practical experience for developing my communication skills and interpersonal skills. The competition provided me with a good chance to get closer to the issue of real-world businesses and deepened my business knowledge. Teachers’ valuable experience and advice have taken me further in my career planning.
Betty Choi  ’10
  • HR Officer at Jacobson Group Management Limited
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resources Management, HKBU 2012
  • Associate Degree of Arts (Business Administration), HKBU 2010
I enjoyed being a student at CIE and I was thankful for the opportunities CIE gave to me.
Betty Choi  ’10
  • HR Officer at Jacobson Group Management Limited

Division of Communication

Thanks to the perspectives and guidance offered by CIE, I learn that perseverance and courage, not a degree, are a must to pursue my dream.
Venus Kong  ’13
  • Radio Programme Host
  • Associate of Arts (Creative Communication), HKBU 2013
Thanks to the perspectives and guidance offered by CIE, I learn that perseverance and courage, not a degree, are a must to pursue my dream.
Venus Kong  ’13
  • Radio Programme Host

Division of Social Sciences

The 2-year study provided me with the solid ground of judgment for social issues in society. This eventually drove me to pursue my career goal in becoming a social worker and to uphold the mission to fight for the welfare of the minorities. The studies widened my horizons, which helped me view issues from different perspectives. I gradually developed my skills in critical thinking and discernment through the influence of classmates and lecturers.
Wong Shun Wai  ’11
  • Social Worker in NGO
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Hons), HKBU 2014
  • Associate of Arts (Applied Social Service), HKBU 2011
The 2-year study provided me with the solid ground for judgement for fairness and justice in the society.
Wong Shun Wai  ’11
  • Social Worker in NGO