"Here in CityU, I have hosted various grand events such as Hong Kong International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Exhibition, CityU Employers Luncheon and the Graduation Ceremony. I have also participated in TEDxCityU Hong Kong and CityU Model United Nations. I have the privilege to travel to New York to attend the WFUNA Model United Nations Conference at the headquarters of United Nations. There I met a lot of amazing people. Most importantly, I realized the importance of communication.
Being a marketing student, I always study how we can communicate with people more effectively. The opportunities and exposures I have here help me to prepare myself as a leader for further society."
Second Officer at Cathay Pacific Airways
BBA Marketing - 2012 GraduateOpen
"Being a student of Marketing really helped in a lot. There was a lot of project training and I have joined a lot of competitions, so I learned how to work with people and communicate with different people. These soft skills are still applied in my job every day as I am working with different people on different flight. In long term, I hope to become a captain for Cathay Pacific, not only having control of the airplane, but also ensuring the whole team working happily and safely."
Chief Marketing Technologist of Fletrix Limited
BBA in China Business - 2014 GraduateOpen
Head, Business Risk & Capital Management, Commercial Banking, HSBC Singapore
BBA Marketing - 2011 GraduateOpen
"Tom Peters, an American writer on business management practices, once said, "Customers are the sources of creativity in marketing". But for me, creativity in a marketing is what beyond customers' imagination and that's how a product become a best-seller. Every single one of us are exposed to marketing in all areas of our lives, whether it be at the supermarket, at work or in our leisure. It is all around us, whether we are aware of it or not. It has developed from a purely creative practice into a science, and both these aspects of the subject fascinate me. Coming up an idea to intrigue people's interest is what first drew me to the subject."