- Lingnan University co-hosts international conference to discuss uncertain futures of higher education and liberal arts education
- Lingnan University’s commitment to quality sub-degree education and valuable student learning commended in UGC’s Quality Audit Report
- Lingnan University receives HK$5 Million from Tin Ka Ping Foundation in support of ‘Lingnan Chinese Cultural Project’ and ‘Students and Happy Ageing with Chinese Medicine Project’
- Latest research and forum examine development of Greater Bay Area
- Financial education helps reduce intergenerational poverty risk of grass-roots students, LU scholar research finds
- When core curriculum meets theatre
- Science Unit promotes green living for local communities and students
Alumni Ambassador Scheme aims to strengthen the connection between the University and alumni. It offers alumni a unique opportunity to connect with fellow classmates and make meaningful contributions to the alma mater.
Enthusiastic Alumni Wanted! If you are a graduate of Lingnan University (or its forerunner Lingnan College in Hong Kong since 1967), you can nominate yourself or be nominated by the University departments/offices to be Alumni Ambassador!
Over 200 scholars and postgraduate students from 30 countries gathered at Lingnan University (LU) for the Conference for Higher Education Research 2019 and the Asian Conference on the Liberal Arts 2019, co-hosted by LU, the Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership and the International Academic Forum.
Lingnan University’s (LU) commitment to providing quality sub-degree programmes and valuable learning experience, as well as its well-designed extra-curricular and student development activities are commended in the Report of a Quality Audit of Sub-degree Operations of Lingnan University released by the Quality Assurance Council of the University Grants Committee on 6 November.
Lingnan University (LU) has received a generous donation of HK$5 million from the Tin Ka Ping Foundation (the Foundation) in support of “Lingnan University Chinese Cultural Project”, “Students and Happy Ageing with Chinese Medicine Project”, exchange programmes and student development initiatives among cross-strait four-region.
The Joint Research Centre for Greater Bay Area - Social Policy and Governance, co-founded by LU and the South China University of Technology, released the findings of a survey “Hong Kong Citizens’ Evaluation of Hong Kong’s Competitiveness in the Greater Bay Area”.
Quite different from traditional textbook and classroom learning, art education is inspirational and encourages the audience to not only appreciate beauty, but to contemplate a theme.
On 12 October, LU’s Science Unit and Yan Oi Tong’s Tuen Mun Community Green Station (TMCGS) hosted an educational family day for Hong Kong Eng Clansman Association Wu Si Chong Memorial School students and their parents on Lingnan campus.
|Date||:||25 Nov 2019|
|Time||:||2:30 - 3:45 pm|
|Venue||:||HSH109, 1/F, Ho Sin Hang Building, Lingnan University|
|Enquiries||:||2616 7970 / trans@LN.edu.hk|
|Speaker(s)||:||Prof Wayne Liang Wen-chun|
|Organiser||:||Department of Translation, Lingnan University|