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

The passion of CIE lecturers inspired me to strive for academic excellence. With their support and motivation, I was successfully articulated to HKUST. I am most grateful for their guidance. In addition, I have also made a lot of new friends in CIE. Friendship has helped sharpen my interpersonal skill and made my study life memorable.
Wong Ka Ying, Cathy  ’18
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biological Science, HKUST
  • Associate of Science (Nutrition and Food Management), HKBU 2018
The passion of CIE lecturers inspired me to strive for academic excellence.
Wong Ka Ying, Cathy  ’18
  • Currently studying Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biological Science, HKUST

Division of Arts and Languages

CIE provided me with a colorful college life. Through my two-year study, I gained not only in-depth knowledge related to cultural studies, but also a lot of valuable experience through various kinds of activities, such as study tour, Student Ambassador Scheme, Lunar New Year Bazaar 2015…, which allowed me to find out my interest and strength. Diversified knowledge and experiences definitely become the key ingredients for my future studies and career, and even for my life. Meanwhile, I appreciate lecturers, mentors who had given me inspiring advice, guidance and support, which turn me to be a more confident, self-directed and positive person.
Law Ching Lam, Janice  ’15
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, CUHK 2017
  • Associate of Arts (Cultural Studies), HKBU 2015
CIE turned me to be a more confident, self-directed and positive person.
Law Ching Lam, Janice  ’15
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, CUHK 2017

Division of Business

The extensive articulation opportunities at CIE allowed me to further study at a UGC-funded hotel management undergraduate programme.
Pearl Chiu  ’17
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Hotel Management, PolyU 2019
  • Associate of Arts (Tourism and Hospitality Management), HKBU 2017
The extensive articulation opportunities at CIE allowed me to further study at a UGC-funded hotel management undergraduate programme.
Pearl Chiu  ’17
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Hotel Management, PolyU 2019

Division of Communication

My two years’ study in CIE was fruitful. It helped me to find my direction and boost my confidence. Also, I have made friends with a group of classmates who share the same interest in movies. The opportunities CIE offered are comprehensive; you will have a remarkable study experience if you make good use of the resources here.
Lee Chau Ying, Eleanore  ’11
  • Drama Teacher
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Communication - Cinema and Television, HKBU 2015
  • Associate of Arts (Film, Television and Digital Media Studies), HKBU 2011
The opportunities CIE offered are comprehensive.
Lee Chau Ying, Eleanore  ’11
  • Drama Teacher

Division of Social Sciences

I met a lot of wholehearted lecturers no matter when I was taking Chinese, English or Physical Education courses. My concentration studies helped me explore the social issues and the things happening around me including the rise in tuition fees, caring for the minorities and the political reform. The programme prepared me for setting my own direction.
Chan Chun Yue  ’13
  • Currently working in an NGO
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Social Policy, HKBU 2015
  • Associate of Arts (Applied Social Service), HKBU 2013
The programme prepared me for setting my own direction.
Chan Chun Yue  ’13
  • Currently working in an NGO