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Alana CHAN Chung Man

Alana CHAN Chung Man

Alumnus of 'MA in Music (Piano Pedagogy)' programme, Faculty of Arts

Graduation Year: 2013

Current Position/ Name of Employer: Music Director and Principal Conductor, Simon Fraser University Concert Orchestra

The programme offered many opportunities for me to meet and learn with experienced music scholars from all over the world. The variety of courses and invaluable experience offered by the programme not only broadened my knowledge in piano pedagogy, they also gave me an opportunity to learn how to teach music and be a conductor, which supported my career development in this area. I would also like to thank professors for their continuous support and encouragement during my study. 

Terence LEUNG

Terence LEUNG

Alumnus of 'MA in Visual Arts' programme, Academy of Visual Arts 

Graduation Year: 2017

The MA in Visual Arts programme did not spoon-feed me with model answers, but challenged my assumptions and encouraged me to examine the subject matter from new perspectives and search for my own answer. For this, I am grateful to my teachers for their invaluable insights and professional advice. I also enjoyed studying and creating arts in the beautiful and tranquil Kai Tak campus. Overall, it was an eye-opening and unforgettable experience for me.

LUO Yi

LUO Yi

Alumnus of 'MSc in Applied Economics' programme, School of Business

Graduation Year: 2016

Current Position/ Name of Employer: Commercial Financing, Bank of China (Hong Kong)

It has been two years since I graduated from the programme. It is a very rewarding journey, during which I was not only well-equipped with knowledge in applied economics, but also benefited from the practical internship experience and broad alumni network. I am grateful to the programme for providing me with all these opportunities. 

Rita SHEN Yushan

Rita SHEN Yushan

Alumnus of 'MA in Communication' programme, School of Communication

Graduation Year: 2016

Current Position/ Name of Employer: International PR company engaged in media relations

“What’s good about studying in the MA in Communication programme at HKBU?” I would say: the programme has power-packed teaching team of world-renowned scholars and practitioners; abundant of learning opportunities such as the Pulitzer Prize Winners Workshops, the “Master Class” of the Academy of Film etc.; a wide range of student services such as personal counselling, career advising, internship and exchange programmes; and the compacted campus with comprehensive facilities. Through the studies, I learn more about myself and develop a new perspective to examine the world.

 

LEE Ying Tan

LEE Ying Tan

Alumnus of 'Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Chinese Medicine' programme, School of Chinese Medicine

Graduation Year: 2017

The pharmaceutical sciences in Chinese medicine programme has combined both theories and practices which enables students to learn the latest development in Chinese medicine and gain hands on experience in clinical diagnosis and drug prescriptions. During my studies, I was taught by experienced professors on the pharmaceutical processes and had the opportunity to witness the development and production of crude drugs.  The training is so much more than becoming a specialist in Chinese medicine. You can also learn about quality assurance, drug safety assessment, production management and much more.

 

Kennie ZHANG Jie

Kennie ZHANG Jie

Alumnus of 'MSc in Environmental and Public Health Management' programme, Faculty of Science 

Graduation Year: 2017

Current Position/ Name of Employer: job related to mosquito control

When I decided to study in the programme, I was determined to advance my professional knowledge in environmental hygiene and health. I came to understand more about environmental management and its related social issues through intensive lectures, site visits and exchange activities. I also gained invaluable experience in food safety and pesticide control during the summer internship at the World Health Organization headquarters. In order to apply what I have learned, I changed my field of work to mosquito control when I returned to Hong Kong from my internship.

 

LEUNG Yu Sang

LEUNG Yue Sang

Alumnus of 'MSocSc (Contemporary China Studies)' programme, Faculty of Social Sciences  

Graduation Year: 2017

Current Position/ Name of Employer: Associate Project Coordinator, Hong Kong Museum of History; Author

I am a retired secondary school teacher specialising in ancient China history. The MSocSc in Contemporary China programme is no doubt a good choice to fill in my knowledge gap in the development of contemporary China. The programme helps me deepen the understanding of contemporary China from political, historical, economic, geographical and sociological perspectives. I would say that the programme is suitable for current teachers in all disciplines. It would also add value to those who are working in the China trading and investment industries, and would definitely advance their career development.