Partnering with employers to shape tomorrow’s talents
PolyU has been actively connecting with current and potential employers of its graduates to better understand and address the manpower needs of society. On 18 January, the University hosted a luncheon themed “Partnering with Employers – Shaping Tomorrow’s Talent” to further engage employers. The event was graced by the Hon. Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR Government, who enlightened participants with his featured talk on nurturing tomorrow’s talents. A great turnout of executives from over 220 local and multi-national firms in the finance, engineering, construction, logistics, healthcare and hospitality sectors gathered to share their insights.
Interim President Prof. Philip C. H. Chan also took the opportunity to share with employers PolyU’s vision in education which aims to develop future-ready graduates who are professionally competent, socially responsible, innovative and entrepreneurial. Details>>
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