"The comparative study of social policy at Lingnan really broadened my horizon: without looking at other countries my understanding of social issues would not have developed as broadly and wisely. The knowledge of global policy practices also equipped me to comment confidently when being asked about different countries during my job interviews."
Ms LEE, Ka Lam (SOCSP Graduate)
"Together with the many overseas learning experiences, the international curriculum of the IMCSP programme helped my understanding of social problems and social construction in contemporary Chinese society in an innovative way. The IMCSP programme allowed me to develop my critical thinking on social policy and my English language skills through informal lectures, reading groups, small group discussions."
Ms CHEN, Huimin (IMSCP Graduate)
"Lingnan is an overlooked university in Hong Kong. It is a place where students can explore their talents with all-rounded support. Professors always have an open door and welcome questions. They adjust their teaching to meet the students’ skills and interests and in order to achieve better understanding and application of social policy theories."
Mr Jeff CHAN (SOCSP Graduate)
"I chose the IMCSP programme because I wanted to pursue my dream to drive a positive change in society without compromising any career options. The IMCSP programme allowed me to keep abreast of the latest developments in social policy-making. Being taught by leading international experts and building international networks through field trips has allowed me to fine tune my understanding of social policy and draw the best lessons from both East and West."
Ms CHAN, Wai Chu (IMSCP Graduate)
"The interdisciplinary study of Social Policy combined with the many overseas learning experiences offered at Lingnan University have trained my interpersonal skills and expanded my international network of colleagues and friends. It gives me the confidence that I can adapt in different cultural environments."
Ms LAM, Wing Yee Jenny (SOCSP Graduate)
"Studying social policy at Lingnan University has equipped me with a deeper awareness of social issues and the skills to evaluate them from different perspectives. In the future, I want to contribute positively to society by pursuing further studies in researching and analysing social issues."
Ms SZETO, Wing Tung (SOCSP Graduate)
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