29 December, 2011
The Liberal Art University in Hong Kong
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The Teaching and Learning Centre and the Student Services Centre of Lingnan University have completed the Graduate Exit Survey 2011 and Graduate Employment Survey 2011 with a high response rate of 88%. 

To reduce paper consumption, the students were encouraged to fill in the surveys online rather than using paper. Students who completed both surveys online were automatically enrolled in a lucky draw for two newly released iPad2 tablet computers. The winners were Li Yuen-mui from the Department of Sociology and Social Policy, and Sham Ho-yin from the Department of History. Congratulations! 

Data collected in both surveys are vital to the long-term development of the University. Information from the Graduate Exit Survey provides the University with valuable insights on quality assurance, strategic planning, curriculum design and resource planning. Results of the Graduate Employment Survey will be reviewed by the University Grants Committee for resources allocation to the University and other statistical purposes.

Dr David Kennedy, Director of the Teaching and Learning Centre, present the prizes to the two winners.
Mr Sham Ho-yin receives the prize with a beaming smile. Miss Li Yuen-mui’s family member receives the prize on her behalf.