Principals and teachers of secondary schools in New Territories visit Lingnan
Some 50 principals, vice principals, career and guidance masters, and life planning mentors from 30 secondary schools in the New Territories East and West regions visited Lingnan on 22 March to learn about the University’s liberal arts education and latest developments. They also visited student hostels to experience the University’s vibrant campus life.
President Leonard K Cheng introduced to the visitors the University’s unique liberal arts education distinguished by an interdisciplinary curriculum, small classes, stimulating residential life and rich international exchange opportunities. He also pointed out that Lingnan endeavours to nurture students to become global citizens, and equip them with the capability and attitude of future leaders in order to stand out in the new era.
The visiting guests also met with the University’s senior management team, representatives of faculties, departments, Registry, Student Services Centre, Office of Service-Learning, and Office of Communications and Public Affairs to understand Lingnan’s whole-person education, programme development, internship and scholarship opportunities, and career prospect of graduates.
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