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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2016

Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Global and Environmental Studies Programme

Overall experience

4
WRITTEN ON 13 JUL 2015

HKIEd has given me valuable university life, international exposure and networks!

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) offered me an admission and scholarship to study the Global and Environmental Studies. The professors and the staffs in HKIEd have been so warm and helpful for me that I think I have got a new great family away from my home. From the beginning of my first semester, the International Office (IO) of HKIEd has helped me adapt well to the new exotic environment. IO arranged a series of trips and activities to enjoy together with my fellow international students and local student buddies. It enhanced my knowledge and understanding on the local Hong Kong culture and diverse groups of people. 

Making new friends was a really effective way of adapting and enjoying the new environment. Besides, I enjoy the hall-life in HKIEd. The hall arranged many activities for the hall residents to participate so we know each other well. 

Studying in Hong Kong actually is a turning point of my life. It has given me valuable university life, international exposure and networks. 

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) offered me an admission and scholarship to study the Global and Environmental Studies. The professors and the staffs in HKIEd have been so warm and helpful for me that I think I have got a new great family away from my home. From the beginning of my first semester, the International Office (IO) of HKIEd has helped me adapt well to the new exotic environment. IO arranged a series of trips and activities to enjoy together with my fellow international students and local student buddies. It enhanced my knowledge and understanding on the local Hong Kong culture and diverse groups of people. Making new friends was a really effective way of adapting and enjoying the new environment. Besides, I enjoy the hall-life in HKIEd. The hall arranged many activities for the hall residents to participate so we know each other well. Studying in Hong Kong actually is a turning point of my life. It has given me valuable university life, international exposure and networks.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2017

Bachelor of Science Education (Honours) in Science and Web Technology Programme

Overall experience

4
WRITTEN ON 13 JUL 2015

HKIEd is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge, improving my personal skills and raising self-awareness of my talents, abilities and limitations. This is a place where I live and study with students from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Living in diverse society helps me to understand that even though students are so different from each other, they have a lot in common. Moreover, I am getting more experienced in achieving mutual respectand strengtheningrelationships with others. 

Besides, I profoundly appreciate all efforts that the Institute spends for student’s development by creating different social, educational and cultural activities that are by all means necessary in nurturing well-educated citizens who will establish better future of Hong Kong and the world.

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge, improving my personal skills and raising self-awareness of my talents, abilities and limitations. This is a place where I live and study with students from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Living in diverse society helps me to understand that even though students are so different from each other, they have a lot in common. Moreover, I am getting more experienced in achieving mutual respectand strengtheningrelationships with others. Besides, I profoundly appreciate all efforts that the Institute spends for student’s development by creating different social, educational and cultural activities that are by all means necessary in nurturing well-educated citizens who will establish better future of Hong Kong and the world.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2017

Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Visual Arts Programme

Overall experience

4
WRITTEN ON 13 JUL 2015

Teachers and tutors were very friendly and patient at HKIEd!

I had a great time in The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). Teachers and tutors were very friendly and patience. They were willing to help me whenever I encountered any academic problems especially when some classes are in Cantonese. They would explain the meanings to me patiently. Sometimes, my local friends would try their best to help me to translate those Cantonese words into Mandarin and English so that I could understand better. They also taught me to differentiate some common spoken Cantonese language words so I would not mess something up in my daily lives. Furthermore, my buddy, Audrey and other Malaysia seniors always gave me a helping hand to solve every single problem. I was glad that I had met so many kind people in HKIEd. 

As people said “be thankful for what you have because you have no idea how many people would love to have what you got”, honestly, I am glad that I get the chance to study abroad and meet some many local friends and other exchange students here at Hong Kong. It enabled me to expand my social circle and enrich my university life, meanwhile, it also actuated me to live independently and take good care of myself at Hong Kong.

I had a great time in The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). Teachers and tutors were very friendly and patience. They were willing to help me whenever I encountered any academic problems especially when some classes are in Cantonese. They would explain the meanings to me patiently. Sometimes, my local friends would try their best to help me to translate those Cantonese words into Mandarin and English so that I could understand better. They also taught me to differentiate some common spoken Cantonese language words so I would not mess something up in my daily lives. Furthermore, my buddy, Audrey and other Malaysia seniors always gave me a helping hand to solve every single problem. I was glad that I had met so many kind people in HKIEd. As people said “be thankful for what you have because you have no idea how many people would love to have what you got”, honestly, I am glad that I get the chance to study abroad and meet some many local friends and other exchange students here at Hong Kong. It enabled me to expand my social circle and enrich my university life, meanwhile, it also actuated me to live independently and take good care of myself at Hong Kong.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2018

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Language Studies Programme – English Major

Overall experience

5
WRITTEN ON 13 JUL 2015

Classes in HKIEd are fun and interesting, the lecturers are also very caring and helpful.

Coming from Malaysia, Hong Kong is not an unfamiliar place. Hong Kong movies, TV series and songs are widely popular in Malaysia. I chose Hong Kong to be my study destination, because it is the nearest place to my home that provides high-class education, which is recognised worldwide. The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) provides courses that caught my attention and after handing in my application, I was glad to be accepted by the institute with a Full Tuition Scholarship. 
 I realised Hong Kong has much more than meets the eyes besides what the entertainment industry has shown to the outsiders. Hong Kong itself is unique on its own, having its own special culture, language, food and people. It is okay to be nervous when you first get here, but as long as you open yourself to meet different people, you will definitely find a group of your “kind” of friends in Hong Kong, that is including Hong Kongers and foreigners alike. 
Moreover, explore! Being a small city, it is very convenient to explore Hong Kong both alone and with friends, if you get to know some friendly locals, ask, and they will definitely take you around towns. 
Classes in the Institute are fun and interesting, the lecturers are also very caring and helpful. Never hesitate to seek help from the lecturers and professors, as they will be there for you whenever you are in need. The International Office (IO) also provides many chances for cultural exchange among fellow international students. This is especially good for non-local students, like myself, as you get to know more foreigners that are going through the same journey with you. In addition, you also get to showcase your own culture and even share your local food with students and academic staff from the Institute.  
In a whole, studying in Hong Kong has truly widened my horizon of the world, as well as allowed me to meet new people from all walks of life. One good advice from myself, go out there to explore and meet new friends, you will never regret. Although study is important, well planning of your time would give you the best experience of university life in Hong Kong.

Coming from Malaysia, Hong Kong is not an unfamiliar place. Hong Kong movies, TV series and songs are widely popular in Malaysia. I chose Hong Kong to be my study destination, because it is the nearest place to my home that provides high-class education, which is recognised worldwide. The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) provides courses that caught my attention and after handing in my application, I was glad to be accepted by the institute with a Full Tuition Scholarship. I realised Hong Kong has much more than meets the eyes besides what the entertainment industry has shown to the outsiders. Hong Kong itself is unique on its own, having its own special culture, language, food and people. It is okay to be nervous when you first get here, but as long as you open yourself to meet different people, you will definitely find a group of your “kind” of friends in Hong Kong, that is including Hong Kongers and foreigners alike. Moreover, explore! Being a small city, it is very convenient to explore Hong Kong both alone and with friends, if you get to know some friendly locals, ask, and they will definitely take you around towns. Classes in the Institute are fun and interesting, the lecturers are also very caring and helpful. Never hesitate to seek help from the lecturers and professors, as they will be there for you whenever you are in need. The International Office (IO) also provides many chances for cultural exchange among fellow international students. This is especially good for non-local students, like myself, as you get to know more foreigners that are going through the same journey with you. In addition, you also get to showcase your own culture and even share your local food with students and academic staff from the Institute. In a whole, studying in Hong Kong has truly widened my horizon of the world, as well as allowed me to meet new people from all walks of life. One good advice from myself, go out there to explore and meet new friends, you will never regret. Although study is important, well planning of your time would give you the best experience of university life in Hong Kong.

Admission process
Funding/Scholarships
Study experience
Life experience
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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2018

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Language Studies Programme – English Major

Overall experience

5
WRITTEN ON 24 JUN 2015

Classes in HKIEd are fun and interesting, the lecturers are also very caring and helpful.

Coming from Malaysia, Hong Kong is not an unfamiliar place. Hong Kong movies, TV series and songs are widely popular in Malaysia. I chose Hong Kong to be my study destination, because it is the nearest place to my home that provides high-class education, which is recognised worldwide. The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) provides courses that caught my attention and after handing in my application, I was glad to be accepted by the institute with a Full Tuition Scholarship. 
 I realised Hong Kong has much more than meets the eyes besides what the entertainment industry has shown to the outsiders. Hong Kong itself is unique on its own, having its own special culture, language, food and people. It is okay to be nervous when you first get here, but as long as you open yourself to meet different people, you will definitely find a group of your “kind” of friends in Hong Kong, that is including Hong Kongers and foreigners alike. 
Moreover, explore! Being a small city, it is very convenient to explore Hong Kong both alone and with friends, if you get to know some friendly locals, ask, and they will definitely take you around towns. 
Classes in the Institute are fun and interesting, the lecturers are also very caring and helpful. Never hesitate to seek help from the lecturers and professors, as they will be there for you whenever you are in need. The International Office (IO) also provides many chances for cultural exchange among fellow international students. This is especially good for non-local students, like myself, as you get to know more foreigners that are going through the same journey with you. In addition, you also get to showcase your own culture and even share your local food with students and academic staff from the Institute.  
In a whole, studying in Hong Kong has truly widened my horizon of the world, as well as allowed me to meet new people from all walks of life. One good advice from myself, go out there to explore and meet new friends, you will never regret. Although study is important, well planning of your time would give you the best experience of university life in Hong Kong.

Coming from Malaysia, Hong Kong is not an unfamiliar place. Hong Kong movies, TV series and songs are widely popular in Malaysia. I chose Hong Kong to be my study destination, because it is the nearest place to my home that provides high-class education, which is recognised worldwide. The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) provides courses that caught my attention and after handing in my application, I was glad to be accepted by the institute with a Full Tuition Scholarship. I realised Hong Kong has much more than meets the eyes besides what the entertainment industry has shown to the outsiders. Hong Kong itself is unique on its own, having its own special culture, language, food and people. It is okay to be nervous when you first get here, but as long as you open yourself to meet different people, you will definitely find a group of your “kind” of friends in Hong Kong, that is including Hong Kongers and foreigners alike. Moreover, explore! Being a small city, it is very convenient to explore Hong Kong both alone and with friends, if you get to know some friendly locals, ask, and they will definitely take you around towns. Classes in the Institute are fun and interesting, the lecturers are also very caring and helpful. Never hesitate to seek help from the lecturers and professors, as they will be there for you whenever you are in need. The International Office (IO) also provides many chances for cultural exchange among fellow international students. This is especially good for non-local students, like myself, as you get to know more foreigners that are going through the same journey with you. In addition, you also get to showcase your own culture and even share your local food with students and academic staff from the Institute. In a whole, studying in Hong Kong has truly widened my horizon of the world, as well as allowed me to meet new people from all walks of life. One good advice from myself, go out there to explore and meet new friends, you will never regret. Although study is important, well planning of your time would give you the best experience of university life in Hong Kong.

Admission process
Funding/Scholarships
Study experience
Life experience
Job prospects
Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2017

Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Visual Arts Programme

Overall experience

4
WRITTEN ON 24 JUN 2015

Teachers and tutors were very friendly and patient at HKIEd!

I had a great time in The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). Teachers and tutors were very friendly and patience. They were willing to help me whenever I encountered any academic problems especially when some classes are in Cantonese. They would explain the meanings to me patiently. Sometimes, my local friends would try their best to help me to translate those Cantonese words into Mandarin and English so that I could understand better. They also taught me to differentiate some common spoken Cantonese language words so I would not mess something up in my daily lives. Furthermore, my buddy, Audrey and other Malaysia seniors always gave me a helping hand to solve every single problem. I was glad that I had met so many kind people in HKIEd. 

As people said “be thankful for what you have because you have no idea how many people would love to have what you got”, honestly, I am glad that I get the chance to study abroad and meet some many local friends and other exchange students here at Hong Kong. It enabled me to expand my social circle and enrich my university life, meanwhile, it also actuated me to live independently and take good care of myself at Hong Kong.

I had a great time in The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd). Teachers and tutors were very friendly and patience. They were willing to help me whenever I encountered any academic problems especially when some classes are in Cantonese. They would explain the meanings to me patiently. Sometimes, my local friends would try their best to help me to translate those Cantonese words into Mandarin and English so that I could understand better. They also taught me to differentiate some common spoken Cantonese language words so I would not mess something up in my daily lives. Furthermore, my buddy, Audrey and other Malaysia seniors always gave me a helping hand to solve every single problem. I was glad that I had met so many kind people in HKIEd. As people said “be thankful for what you have because you have no idea how many people would love to have what you got”, honestly, I am glad that I get the chance to study abroad and meet some many local friends and other exchange students here at Hong Kong. It enabled me to expand my social circle and enrich my university life, meanwhile, it also actuated me to live independently and take good care of myself at Hong Kong.

Admission process
Funding/Scholarships
Study experience
Life experience
Job prospects
Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2017

Bachelor of Science Education (Honours) in Science and Web Technology ProgrammeEnter subject

Overall experience

4
WRITTEN ON 24 JUN 2015

HKIEd is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge, improving my personal skills and raising self-awareness of my talents, abilities and limitations. This is a place where I live and study with students from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Living in diverse society helps me to understand that even though students are so different from each other, they have a lot in common. Moreover, I am getting more experienced in achieving mutual respectand strengtheningrelationships with others. 

Besides, I profoundly appreciate all efforts that the Institute spends for student’s development by creating different social, educational and cultural activities that are by all means necessary in nurturing well-educated citizens who will establish better future of Hong Kong and the world.

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge, improving my personal skills and raising self-awareness of my talents, abilities and limitations. This is a place where I live and study with students from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Living in diverse society helps me to understand that even though students are so different from each other, they have a lot in common. Moreover, I am getting more experienced in achieving mutual respectand strengtheningrelationships with others. Besides, I profoundly appreciate all efforts that the Institute spends for student’s development by creating different social, educational and cultural activities that are by all means necessary in nurturing well-educated citizens who will establish better future of Hong Kong and the world.

Admission process
Funding/Scholarships
Study experience
Life experience
Job prospects
Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2017

Bachelor of Science Education (Honours) in Science and Web Technology Programme

Overall experience

5
WRITTEN ON 24 JUN 2015

HKIEd is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge!

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge, improving my personal skills and raising self-awareness of my talents, abilities and limitations. This is a place where I live and study with students from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Living in diverse society helps me to understand that even though students are so different from each other, they have a lot in common. Moreover, I am getting more experienced in achieving mutual respectand strengtheningrelationships with others. 

Besides, I profoundly appreciate all efforts that the Institute spends for student’s development by creating different social, educational and cultural activities that are by all means necessary in nurturing well-educated citizens who will establish better future of Hong Kong and the world.

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) is a wonderful platform for me in getting a high standard knowledge, improving my personal skills and raising self-awareness of my talents, abilities and limitations. This is a place where I live and study with students from different social, cultural and religious backgrounds. Living in diverse society helps me to understand that even though students are so different from each other, they have a lot in common. Moreover, I am getting more experienced in achieving mutual respectand strengtheningrelationships with others. Besides, I profoundly appreciate all efforts that the Institute spends for student’s development by creating different social, educational and cultural activities that are by all means necessary in nurturing well-educated citizens who will establish better future of Hong Kong and the world.

Admission process
Funding/Scholarships
Study experience
Life experience
Job prospects
Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2016

Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Global and Environmental Studies Programme

Overall experience

4
WRITTEN ON 24 JUN 2015

HKIEd has given me valuable university life, international exposure and networks!

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) offered me an admission and scholarship to study the Global and Environmental Studies. The professors and the staffs in HKIEd have been so warm and helpful for me that I think I have got a new great family away from my home. From the beginning of my first semester, the International Office (IO) of HKIEd has helped me adapt well to the new exotic environment. IO arranged a series of trips and activities to enjoy together with my fellow international students and local student buddies. It enhanced my knowledge and understanding on the local Hong Kong culture and diverse groups of people. 

Making new friends was a really effective way of adapting and enjoying the new environment. Besides, I enjoy the hall-life in HKIEd. The hall arranged many activities for the hall residents to participate so we know each other well. 

Studying in Hong Kong actually is a turning point of my life. It has given me valuable university life, international exposure and networks. 

The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) offered me an admission and scholarship to study the Global and Environmental Studies. The professors and the staffs in HKIEd have been so warm and helpful for me that I think I have got a new great family away from my home. From the beginning of my first semester, the International Office (IO) of HKIEd has helped me adapt well to the new exotic environment. IO arranged a series of trips and activities to enjoy together with my fellow international students and local student buddies. It enhanced my knowledge and understanding on the local Hong Kong culture and diverse groups of people. Making new friends was a really effective way of adapting and enjoying the new environment. Besides, I enjoy the hall-life in HKIEd. The hall arranged many activities for the hall residents to participate so we know each other well. Studying in Hong Kong actually is a turning point of my life. It has given me valuable university life, international exposure and networks.

Admission process
Funding/Scholarships
Study experience
Life experience
Job prospects