2022-09-05

With the commencement of the 2022/23 academic year for HKCC on 5 September 2022, the Student Affairs Office of the College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University organised a series of orientation activities under the theme of "Unleash Your Unique Potentials" to welcome the 2022 cohort of freshmen of over 30 associate degree and higher diploma programmes. These activities, with the aim of helping new students adapt to college life, included sharing sessions and workshops such as "Get Ready for U and Me", "English Survival", "Freeing Campus", and "Graduate Sharing – Campus Life, Articulation and Career Plan".

In the induction video, Prof. Peter Yuen, Dean of CPCE, welcomed freshmen to the PolyU family. Prof. Yuen said face-to-face teaching would be fully resumed in the new academic year and he was very much looking forward to seeing our campuses as vibrant as in the past. He said, "Students can also use the learning and sports facilities on the PolyU Hung Hom Bay and West Kowloon Campuses as well as the PolyU Main Campus. I hope students can enjoy the safest learning environment with the highest quality as well as the best campus life in the new academic year."

Dr Anthony Loh, HKCC Director, also encouraged new students to try something new. He said, "Apart from studying in the coming two years, we encourage students to actively participate in co-curricular activities with different themes, such as career planning, volunteer services, cultural exchange, and leadership training, to equip yourselves and broaden your horizons so as to get well prepared for your further study and career."

Prof. Peter Yuen, Dean of CPCE, hopes to provide students with the safest learning environment with the highest quality.
Dr Anthony Loh, HKCC Director, urges freshmen to live their college life to the fullest.
With the theme of “Unleash Your Unique Potentials”, this year’s orientation encourages freshmen to try something new.
With the theme of “Unleash Your Unique Potentials”, this year’s orientation encourages freshmen to try something new.
With the theme of “Unleash Your Unique Potentials”, this year’s orientation encourages freshmen to try something new.
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