The Conference of the Alliance of Asian Liberal Arts Universities organised by Lingnan University in Hong Kong was held on 20 and 21 Nov 2017. With the theme of Liberal Arts Education in an Asian Context: Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives, the two-day Conference brought together educators from all over the world to appraise liberal arts education from an Asian perspective.
《The pride of liberal arts》
Composed and arranged by two Lingnan alumni (Gloria Tang and 黃維一 ), the song 《The pride of liberal arts》 expresses their love of and gratitude to their alma mater, as well as their support and eagerness to see it advance in developing more elite scholars and pillars of the community.
The songwriters also encourage others to inherit and uphold Lingnan’s spirit - to follow one's dreams and beliefs and never give up.
Healthcare professionals of all levels are in great demand all over the world, and industrial-organisational psychologists are expected to be increasingly sought-after. Lingnan University noticed the gaps between demand and supply in the talent market, and the lack of a practical, postgraduate programme that gave professionals and psychologists the right skills and qualifications. The university launched the MSc in Work and Organisational Psychology for those who seek a role in academia, and those who seek to advance their careers.
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Over the last decade, the growth of the internet and social media, along with the expansion of e-commerce and better supply chain management, have transformed traditional business models and consumer behaviour. Those developments have also had an impact on the job market by changing the range of knowledge and skill sets employers expect. With that in mind, the Master of Science in e-Business and Supply Chain Management aims to provide management-focused insights in the relevant areas for students from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds.