2007–09Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Communication, Public Relations and JournalismView Programme
2009Bachelor of Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
“Throughout the previous semesters, I have no doubt learnt a lot.
Under the guidance of the professors, not only has our understanding of Social Sciences, such as Sociology and Psychology, deepened, our abilities of critical thinking, analytical skills and presentation techniques have also been greatly improved.
Besides, all the extra-curricular activities definitely broadened our horizons. The excursion to Pacific Coffee was a fine learning experience. We were given the opportunity to chat with foreigners and the staff there. We felt much more confident in our spoken English.
At the talk given by the Police, the negotiation specialists shared their experiences and fascinating cases with us. We had learnt various useful negotiation and communication skills.
Moreover, I was able to participate in the Beijing Olympics as a volunteer under the school’s recommendation. It was a once-in-a-life-time opportunity.”
2007–09Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Criminal Justice and Law EnforcementView Programme
2009Full-time employment, now working as a tour escort
“Studying for an Associate Degree, as perceived by some people, is the last choice. For me, I think choosing a suitable programme based on my ability and needs is better than following the tradition of studying Form 6. I am happy to have chosen the Associate Degree programme in “Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement” after my Form 5 graduation. I really learnt a lot and enjoyed the learning process in this programme in the past 3 years.”
I greatly enjoyed studying the Higher Diploma for Legal Executive at the College. I was particularly impressed by the way in which the law professors were so patient and attentive to our needs, while the programme staff were polite, diligent and professional throughout. As a result, I have acquired a wide-ranging and practical knowledge of the most important areas of law, which will serve me well in pursuing a legal career. I am proud to have been a part of this programme, and will not hesitate to recommend it to my friends in future.
王秋菊 Wong Chau Kuk
2007–09Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Social Welfare*View Programme
2009Bachelor of Applied Sociology, City University of Hong Kong
Hello, my name is Wong Chau Kuk. Apart from meeting many new good friends, I was happy to see many sincere and friendly lecturers in the College. The courses offered by the College provided a solid foundation for my university study, with which I was able to adapt to the university lives more quickly. Studying at the College indeed gave me a lot of memorable experience.
Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Social Welfare has been renamed as Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Youth and Social Services.
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王君倫 Andy Wong
2007-09Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Criminal Justice and Law EnforcementView Programme
2009Bachelor of Sociology, Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Honestly, studying at the College was a great time to me. The well-designed programme not only enhanced my language skills, but also gave me a huge amount of opportunities to experience in disciplinary field. Moreover, the experiences gained in the College helped me pursue my dream to be a university student. In last September, I was admitted to the Year 2 Bachelor of Sociology of Hong Kong Shue Yan University. Last but not least, studying Associate Degree programme does not mean that you are a loser!