2019年2月25日 | 学院新闻
HONG KONG - The University of Hong Kong’s School of Professional and Continuing Education (HKU SPACE) is to work jointly with Shenzhen to produce high-end talents with global horizons and fuel the transition of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area into a professional services hub.
“A growing number of talents in the Bay Area will be a boost for the development of the professional services industry.” —— Liu Ningrong, Principal of the HKU SPACE Institute for China Business (ICB) and the HKU SPACE Executive Academy (SEA)
The move, revealed by Liu Ningrong, principal of the HKU SPACE Institute for China Business (ICB) and the HKU SPACE Executive Academy (SEA), comes a week after the release of the much-awaited blueprint for the Bay Area’s development.
The two academies are in discussions with the government of Shenzhen’s Futian district -- the city’s central business district – about long-term cooperation plans, Liu told China Daily.
The Futian government will provide permanent teaching venues for the ICB and SEA in Shenzhen, and the first step is expected to be taken this year, he said.
At present, the HKU SPACE is already conducting some teaching activities in Shenzhen at temporary venues.
“The move will make the academies’ programs more accessible to those not only within the Bay Area, but also beyond it,” said Liu.
For the long term, the two institutions and Shenzhen will also work together to set up an affiliated school in the city to provide more professional-orientated programs and courses to meet the community’s growing needs.
The two academies currently offer more than 20 postgraduate programs in various fields, including human resources management, marketing, finance and innovation management. So far, about 12,000 Chinese mainland students have graduated from the ICB and SEA -- 4,000 of them from the Bay Area.
The HKU SPACE is an extension of the HKU, providing full and part-time courses ranging from short and professional courses to certificate, bachelor and master programs in various subjects.
Liu reckoned the HKU SPACE’s plan is in line with the objectives listed in the Bay Area blueprint, which outlines support for higher education institutions from Guangdong province, Hong Kong and Macao in jointly operating education institutions, and encourages the joint development of academic programs, laboratories and research centers in competitive fields.
The development outline also stresses the nation’s plan to develop a talent pool within the area.
The two academies are ready to serve as a cradle to nurture more talents in various professional fields, such as business, medical management, as well as the cultural and creative industries, Liu said.
“A growing number of talents in the Bay Area will be a boost for the development of the professional services industry,” he stressed. Such joint work will accelerate the flow of personnel and talents in the region, and help keep the region's vitality.
In addition, a new three-month program for fresh graduates -- the Mentor and Apprentice program -- is expected to be rolled out in September, according to Liu.
In classes and workshops, experienced experts will guide young students in exploring the industries they’re interested in, helping them to pass on what they’ve learned in future.
“This will enable young people to adapt to their pursuits in careers, and enrich the Bay Area’s talent pool,” Liu remarked.
To date, a number of universities in Hong Kong have set branches or research centers in the mainland cities covered in the Bay Area, including the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hong Kong Baptist University. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology also plans to set up a new campus in Guangzhou.
From: China Daily Hong Kong | 2019-02-25 | By Kathy Zhang
中国日报香港——香港大学SPACE学院( HKU SPACE )将与深圳合作，培养具有全球化视野的高端人才，助力粤港澳大湾区向专业服务枢纽转型。
“大湾区人才数量的增长，将促进专业服务业的发展。” ——香港大学SPACE中国商业学院( ICB )及企业研究院( SEA )执行院长刘宁荣
目前，香港大学SPACE中国商业学院( ICB )和企业研究院( SEA )已经在深圳租用场地开展了部分教学活动。
这两所学院目前开设了20多个不同领域的研究生课程项目，包括人力资源管理、营销、金融、和创新管理。到目前为止，香港大学SPACE中国商业学院( ICB )和企业研究院( SEA ) 已有大约12000名中国内地毕业生，其中有4000多名来自大湾区。
文章转载自：China Daily Hong Kong | 2019-02-25 | By Kathy Zhang