e-bulletin (Issue 61) - 13 Aug 2014

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13 Aug 2014 (Issue 61)   

Distance Learning and Part-time Programmes Info Day  

Information sessions on distance learning, eLearning and part-time face-to-face programmes will be held, where visitors can meet OUHK teaching staff and browse through learning materials. There will also be advisory services on course selection, credit exemption and financial assistance. Mr Chip Tsao, renowned columnist and broadcaster, will share his views on the change of Hong Kong culture in the past 15 years.


Date: 16 August (Sat)
Time: 1:00 – 6:00 pm
Venue: OUHK Ho Man Tin Campus



Knowledge Network Highlight – Food Safety  

An international fast-food chain restaurant was found to have used rotten meat in their food products. The incident has damaged the confidence of consumers and again raised the concern on food safety. OUHK Free Courseware, Food Safety (in Chinese), helps you understand more on food safety and covers topics on food additives, carcinogenic food, pesticides residue on fruits and vegetables and genetically modified food. Be a smart consumer and understand more about food safety today!

Register at Knowledge Network and enjoy more free courseware.

Website: http://kn.ouhk.edu.hk



Diploma in Health Studies (Community Health Care)  

The programme aims to train community health workers to take care of the elderly and people with chronic diseases or disabilities in the community. An entry scholarship scheme is available for financially needy and academically outstanding students.




Early Childhood Education Programmes  

Please refer to the Chinese version.




    Master of Laws in Chinese Business Law (e-Learning programme)  

  Real-time online lectures / tutorials


  Course materials developed by renowned Beijing scholars and legal experts


  Focus on case studies and business application


  Recognized by the Law Society of Hong Kong and HKICPA for CPD points


  May complete the programme in 12 months




    Certificate in Basic Chinese for Non-Chinese Speakers (e-Learning programme)  

  Use Putonghua / Mandarin in daily conversation.


  Be able to recognize and read about 200 Chinese characters.


  The programme comprises five courses and students can take single courses according to their specific needs.


  No entry requirement except that learners should be proficient in English which is the learning medium.


  The next course will commence on 6 October. Application deadline is 26 September.

Enquiries: 2768 6960



Recent highlights  

  Hong Kong's Wetlands in a Regional Context


  Enemy of the State


  The Construction of the Demonstration Base in Ladrones Islands (in Putonghua)





'Alumni Gift for the Future' Fundraising Campaign  

The Alumni Affairs Office has just launched a 'Alumni Gift for the Future' fundraising campaign to raise funds towards the Alumni Scholarship and Bursary Fund for financially needy and academically outstanding students. During the period from 1 June 2014 to 31 December 2015, donors whose cumulative donations of HK$8,000 or above will be acknowledged with their names printed on the donor wall at the Jubilee College. Please give us your support!



(Alumni groups formed by volunteer alumni)
Putonghua Association of the OUHK (Alumni) — New training course  

Please refer to the Chinese version for more details.







Register as a member of the OUHK Knowledge Network NOW!  
Click here to register and start enjoying an interactive learning journey with vibrancy!  

Enquiries: 2768 6361