Three recipients of PolyU Special Talents Admission and Recognition Scheme (STARS) Scholarship shared with the media their learning experiences and visions for the future. The Scholarship, alongside the STARS Residential College, were launched this academic year to provide all-round support to students who have demonstrated remarkable talents in sports; arts and culture; community service and leadership; and science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).


William Ng Wai-lam, a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy, talked about his long-term plans include leveraging his knowledge of STEM and physiotherapy, together with artificial intelligence and data analysis (AIDA), to develop innovative devices and equipment for physiotherapy, as well as setting up an enterprise focused on developing and marketing his own e-learning platform.


Kan Pong Sze-ning, a BA (Hons) Scheme in Design, shared her strong passion for AI and data analysis, and how AI will revolutionise product design and graphic design. Claire Chui Cho-kwan, a BA (Hons) in Social Policy and Social Entrepreneurship, talked about her campus life as a resident at the STARS Residential College.