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CityU School of Law LLB brings legal issues alive

Four-year course gives students 360 vision on topics and the bigger picture on the workings of justice

22 Mar 2019 - 3:19PM

Four-year course gives students 360 vision on topics and the bigger picture on the workings of justice

CityU School of Law LLB brings legal issues alive
CityU law students take great leap forward

New exchange programmes with Oxford University and Monash University build confidence, teach personal skills and enhance career learning and research opportunities

28 Feb 2019 - 11:56AM

New exchange programmes with Oxford University and Monash University build confidence, teach personal skills and enhance career learning and research opportunities

CityU law students take great leap forward
DBA geared to nurturing Scholar-leaders who can solve real-world business problems
Leading early childhood education group launches brand-new centre
China's future – the next 40 years
True gender equality still a challenge
Fashion course dresses students to impress

From the outset, the aim is to strike a balance between theory and practice

14 Dec 2018 - 10:51AM

From the outset, the aim is to strike a balance between theory and practice

Fashion course dresses students to impress
Cross-border legal studies yield value
Cornell link is cornerstone for veterinary course

Partnership with world-class school is central to success of CityU BVM, offering extramural studies and placements to give students vital ‘hands-on’ experience

30 Nov 2018 - 3:14PM

Partnership with world-class school is central to success of CityU BVM, offering extramural studies and placements to give students vital ‘hands-on’ experience

Cornell link is cornerstone for veterinary course
Bucking the trend

Operators are embracing technology and design to develop mid-range and high-end facilities to meet rising demand from transient professionals

26 Nov 2018 - 3:13PM

Operators are embracing technology and design to develop mid-range and high-end facilities to meet rising demand from transient professionals

Bucking the trend
Living in harmony

When space is at a premium, developers must make the most out of their designs to attract buyers looking for first-class and luxury with the convenience offered by properties on Hong Kong Island

26 Nov 2018 - 3:18PM

When space is at a premium, developers must make the most out of their designs to attract buyers looking for first-class and luxury with the convenience offered by properties on Hong Kong Island

Living in harmony
The Peak and Mid-Levels retain their cachet as ‘neighbourhoods of choice’

Developers have to use new strategies to market their properties, not just custom-tailored design, decor and interiors but also the latest in hi-tech smart living

26 Nov 2018 - 3:20PM

Developers have to use new strategies to market their properties, not just custom-tailored design, decor and interiors but also the latest in hi-tech smart living

The Peak and Mid-Levels retain their cachet as ‘neighbourhoods of choice’
UK still top of the class for rich Asians

Brexit fallout unlikely to have impact on private schooling for HNW families

20 Nov 2018 - 1:15PM

Brexit fallout unlikely to have impact on private schooling for HNW families

UK still top of the class for rich Asians
CGSE’s new gold appetite
1 Nov 2018 - 5:46PM
CGSE’s new gold appetite
Maths whiz Garris is ‘Top in the World’

West Island School pupil aces a subject he once found problematic to score a perfect 100 per cent and win international award

15 Oct 2018 - 4:59PM

West Island School pupil aces a subject he once found problematic to score a perfect 100 per cent and win international award

Maths whiz Garris is ‘Top in the World’
Real-life learning the key to mastering a second language
Tech is up as tomorrow’s students switch MBA likes

Course designers get warning as tech management – and more personalised learning – continue climbing the list while entrepreneurship tumbles steeply, with fewer potential students showing interest in starting their own business

29 Sep 2018 - 2:36PM

Course designers get warning as tech management – and more personalised learning – continue climbing the list while entrepreneurship tumbles steeply, with fewer potential students showing interest in starting their own business

Tech is up as tomorrow’s students switch MBA likes
Hong Kong’s preteen world wushu champion Jada He is born to fight

Inspired by her parents, who are both former wushu world champions, the Grade 7 American School Hong Kong student retained her world age-group title in Brasilia this summer

29 Sep 2018 - 2:36PM

Inspired by her parents, who are both former wushu world champions, the Grade 7 American School Hong Kong student retained her world age-group title in Brasilia this summer

Hong Kong’s preteen world wushu champion Jada He is born to fight
Hybrid approach goes beyond IB and A-Levels
Digital dangers: parents still struggle to protect their children from online hazards

Hong Kong parents are worried about cyberbullies and the countless other threats their children face, but a new survey shows how ill-prepared many are when it comes to fighting back

29 Sep 2018 - 2:36PM

Hong Kong parents are worried about cyberbullies and the countless other threats their children face, but a new survey shows how ill-prepared many are when it comes to fighting back

Digital dangers: parents still struggle to protect their children from online hazards
For Asian firms wanting to get in on the action, China’s belt and road is not only about trade and infrastructure

It’s clear after last month’s Hong Kong summit that professional services companies, such as architects, lawyers and marketers, can get involved if they give a little push

3 Oct 2018 - 10:47AM

It’s clear after last month’s Hong Kong summit that professional services companies, such as architects, lawyers and marketers, can get involved if they give a little push

For Asian firms wanting to get in on the action, China’s belt and road is not only about trade and infrastructure
Doing what you love can help in the race to ace those exams

Planning a regime that balances study, rest and your favourite hobbies can be the strategy for success in reaching that perfect score

27 Jul 2018 - 10:20AM

Planning a regime that balances study, rest and your favourite hobbies can be the strategy for success in reaching that perfect score

Doing what you love can help in the race to ace those exams
How STEM education can help Hong Kong children to live their dreams

UChicago professor says that taking the right approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics teaching within the school system can help prepare students for the world that awaits

20 Jul 2018 - 10:03AM

UChicago professor says that taking the right approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics teaching within the school system can help prepare students for the world that awaits

How STEM education can help Hong Kong children to live their dreams
Pui Ching Middle School excels in inaugural Inter-Secondary Schools Golf Competition at Fanling Old Course

Hong Kong Golf Association delighted with response after event attracts 79 students from 20 schools

26 Jun 2018 - 10:24AM

Hong Kong Golf Association delighted with response after event attracts 79 students from 20 schools

Pui Ching Middle School excels in inaugural Inter-Secondary Schools Golf Competition at Fanling Old Course
Young golfers show potential in ‘drive, chip and putt’ championship at HKGTA’s Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf

Division winners receive a year’s training at the Academy and become members of the academy team

22 Jun 2018 - 11:06AM

Division winners receive a year’s training at the Academy and become members of the academy team

Young golfers show potential in ‘drive, chip and putt’ championship at HKGTA’s Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf
Greater Bay Area needs buy-in from banks and financial institutions

Regional success depends on services, infrastructure and personnel being in place

28 May 2018 - 9:03AM

Regional success depends on services, infrastructure and personnel being in place

Greater Bay Area needs buy-in from banks and financial institutions
Full marks for Hong Kong’s new Free Quality Kindergarten Education Scheme
‘Belt and Road’ countries will benefit most in the event of any China-US trade war

Beijing’s global trade initiative seen as a form of insurance policy for China

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Beijing’s global trade initiative seen as a form of insurance policy for China

‘Belt and Road’ countries will benefit most in the event of any China-US trade war
Does your child need to learn coding?
How to prepare toddlers for overseas boarding schools