2021 Info Day for Taught Postgraduate Programmes goes live on 9 January
Launch of USR MOOC “Introduction to University Social Responsibility” co-produced by PolyU and Kyoto University
There are many good reasons to start a postgraduate course, such as the desire to increase your earnings potential, to improve your career prospects or simply a wish to pursue intellectual growth. If you are unsure about which postgraduate degree is right for you, or if you want to delve deeper into your particular areas of interest, join us at the PolyU Info Day for Taught Postgraduate Programmes on 9 January 2021!
Even though the event will be conducted virtually this year, our staff and faculty members from eight Faculties/Schools are nevertheless preparing the most up-to-date and comprehensive information about PolyU’s various taught postgraduate programmes for potential applicants. We hope you find inspiration from our Info Day to help you make a wise decision on your journey of life-long learning!
In the academic year of 2020/21, PolyU will offer around 80 taught postgraduate programmes, including the newly launched Master of Business Administration (MBA) in full-time mode. More than 80 information seminars will be organised by the eight Faculties/Schools for the Info Day.
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