e-bulletin (Issue 8) - 14 Apr 2010

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14 April 2010 (Issue 8)      中文   

    The OUHK has been included in the Government's Matching Grant Scheme again this year, which can bring to the University a total of over $600 million. Please send us your donation today to help us move one step closer to this goal! You are also welcome to join the three talks on China market, NLP and learning in drama to be hosted by the Alumni Affairs Office in May and the Full-time Programmes Admission Seminar on 23 April.  


   Help OUHK get Government Matching Grant  
    As a self-financing university, the OUHK has been paying its recurrent operational expenses mainly with tuition income. We will bid for land near our Ho Man Tin campus to increase physical facilities for students, as well as to offer new degree programmes related to the development of the six pillar industries designated by the Government. The matching grant and donations will definitely play a critical role in buttressing our campus expansion plans and other endeavours in enhancing research, new course development and student support.  

Details & donation form   

   Full-time Programmes Admission Seminar (in Chinese)  
23 April (Fri)
2:00 pm
OUHK Homantin campus
Full-time face-to-face programmes information session and advice service on course selection, on-the-spot applications, and enrolment interviews for some programmes.

Online registration (in Chinese)   

   'Open for Learning' upcoming TV programmes  
    TVB Pearl  

Broadcast schedule on 18 Apr        Broadcast schedule on 25 Apr


Broadcast schedule on 2 May         Broadcast schedule on 9 May

  Alumni news  
  Alumni Link talks  
    The Alumni Affairs Office of the Public Affairs Unit will present three free Alumni Link talks (in Cantonese) at the Serena Yang Lecture Theatre on HMT campus in May. Alumni and students are welcome to join. For enquiries, please call 2768 6366.
  1. "China Market Prospects and Manpower Requirement"  
10 May 2010 (Mon)
7:00 - 8:30pm
Mr Wilson Wat, Dah Chong Hong Motors (China) Ltd Regional Sales Director and graduate of OUHK's MBA and Master of Laws in Chinese Business Law programmes

Details & Online registration   

  2. "NLP for Leadership Skills" (how the right words and body language can boost communication efficacy and psychological wellbeing in the workplace)  
17 May 2010 (Mon)
7:00 - 9:00pm
Mr Alex Lam, recognized NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) instructor and graduate of OUHK's Bachelor of Science in Communications Technology programme

Details & Online registration   

  3. "Learning in Drama" (the new senior secondary school syllabus has included drama as an elective for the subjects of Chinese Language and English Language)  
31 May 2010 (Mon)
7:00 - 9:00pm
School of Education and Languages Lecturer Dr Jack Shu and Teaching Assistant Ms Gladys Luk

Details & Online registration   

  Please join Alumni Link and OUHK Facebook  
    There are already 21,000 members in the Alumni Link set up by the University. Membership is FREE! Please invite fellow graduates and alumni who have obtained five credits or more but are not taking courses to join (www.ouhk.edu.hk/alumniregistration). You are also welcome to join www.facebook/theouhk to get acquainted with fellow alumni.   

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  MBA Association activities
(The Association is an alumni group formed by volunteer alumni.)
  1. Golf Day & BBQ Gathering (Members and non-members are welcome)  
24 Apr 2010 (Sat)
3:30 - 9:00 pm
Whitehead Club, Ma On Shan, NT
Golf theory class & practice session & BBQ

Details & Enrolment Form   

  2. Chinese New Year Party photos  
    Photos of the party held on 13 March, including a physiognomic seminar, Tai Chi and Cantonese opera performances, a tea gathering, a dinner and lucky draws, have been uploaded to the Association's website at www.ouhkmbaa.com > Photo Album. 
  3. Top Students Sharing  
    The Association is looking for outstanding students/graduates to share their study tips for different MBA courses. Please email to info2010@ouhkmbaa.com for details.
  Join the AAOUHK group on Facebook
(The Association is an alumni group formed by volunteer alumni.)
    The Alumni Association of OUHK has set up a group (The Alumni Association of The Open University of Hong Kong) on Facebook. All OUHK alumni, students and staff are welcome to join to get updated news on the Association. Website: www.aaouhk.webserver.hk.

Enquiry: 2768 6361