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
  • Articulated to 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
  • Articulated to Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Nursing, PolyU

Division of Arts and Languages

The lecturers in CIE have great qualifications and academic backgrounds. They deliver inspiring lectures and respond to students’ needs genuinely. The College also organizes various information talks to allow students to have a better planning for their further study and activities such as the Chinese reading group and the College publication committee to encourage interaction and establish sustainable relationships with fellow students.
Yau Ting Kit, Kevin  ’12
  • Currently studying Ph.D. in Chinese Language and Literature, CUHK
  • Master of Philosophy Programme (Major in Chinese Language and Literature), CUHK 2016
  • Bachelor of Arts (Major in Chinese Language and Literature), CUHK 2014
  • Associate of Arts (Chinese for Professional Purposes), HKBU 2012
College activities encourage students' interaction and establishing sustainable relationship with fellow students.
Yau Ting Kit, Kevin  ’12
  • Currently studying Ph.D. in Chinese Language and Literature, CUHK

Division of Business

The College encourages students to join various experiential learning activities such as the JA Company Programme. My horizon was broadened and my interpersonal skill was enhanced through these activities as we had the chance to work with students from different concentration studies. CIE prepared me for further study and future career. The courses provided in-depth and up-to-date knowledge about the subject. It strengthened my subject knowledge and enhanced my problem-solving skills for my future career.
Chen Qingpeng, Payton  ’11
  • Software Developer
  • Master of Science in IT Management, HKBU 2015
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Human Resources Management, HKBU 2013
  • Associate of Arts (Business) Administration, HKBU 2011
Studying at CIE strengthened my subject knowledge and enhanced my problem-solving skills for my future career.
Chen Qingpeng, Payton  ’11
  • Software Developer

Division of Communication

At CIE, I met the lecturers who are most passionate in teaching. They saw our potential and encourage us to find our possibilities. Other than art and design, I learnt how to create and present my ideas, which are important in the creative industries.
Wong Tsz Ting, Amy  ’14
  • Reporter in a Japanese news agency
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Digital Television and Broadcasting, CityU 2016
  • Associate of Arts (Creative Digital Media Design), HKBU 2014
At CIE, I met the lecturers who are most passionate in teaching.
Wong Tsz Ting, Amy  ’14
  • Reporter in a Japanese news agency

Division of Social Sciences

The programme offered me opportunities to take part in different community services, which enabled me to understand my strength and weakness. It prepared me well for my career.
Yip Lok Ting, Zoe  ’14
  • Coach in a local Sports Community
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Physical Education and Recreation Management, HKBU 2016
  • Associate of Science (Sport and Recreation Studies), HKBU 2014
The programme offered me opportunities to take part in different community services, which enabled me to understand my strength and weakness. It prepared me well for my career.
Yip Lok Ting, Zoe  ’14
  • Coach in a local Sports Community