PolyU Outstanding Student Awards recipients meet the media
Three recipients of the PolyU Outstanding Student Awards 2021 shared with the media their learning experiences and visions for the future. Ho Hiu Man, a BA (Hons) in Chinese and Bilingual Studies student and the winner of the Most Outstanding PolyU Student Award, talked about her strong passion for Cantonese opera. Meanwhile, Yu Chenxi, a BSc (Hons) in Hotel Management student; and Gautham Gopinath, a BSc (Hons) in Engineering Physics student, also shared their inspiring stories.
PolyU organises the Outstanding Student Awards Scheme annually to recognise exceptional full-time final-year students who excel in both academic and non-academic pursuits during their studies. Each faculty or school will select one excellent student for the “Outstanding Student Award”. Among them, one student will be selected as the “Most Outstanding PolyU Student” of the year.
To learn more about their success stories, please read the following media reports:
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