News and Announcements

2017-18 Funding Competition

Application Deadline:
February 1, 2017

The David See-Chai Lam Centre (DLC) for International Communication offers funding opportunities to DLC Members interested in organizing projects and events that support our goals of fostering cross-cultural dialogue between Canada and the Asia-Pacific region and strengthening ties between academic institutions and the community. David Lam Centre is now accepting funding applications for projects to be carried out between April 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018.

Hong Kong SAR Government Administrative Services Summer Internship Program 2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 22, 2017

The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office has been committed to keeping students and youths posted of the latest development of the employment market and career opportunities in Hong Kong.

The Administrative Service forms a cadre of multi-skilled professional administrators who play a key role in the Hong Kong SAR Government.  They are involved in policy formulation, resource allocation and implementation of major Government programmes.  The primary objective of ASSIP is to give qualified students who wish to pursue a career in the Administrative Service an early opportunity to get some hands-on experience of working in the Hong Kong SAR Government, so as to facilitate their future career planning. The application form, as well as information about the program such as the eligibility criteria, conditions of service including pay, duties etc. can be obtained from the Civil Service Bureau.

To learn more about Hong Kong’s employment market as well as facilitate the search and application for suitable job openings in Hong Kong, check out the new "Higher Education Employment Information E-Platform".

Paul Tai Yip Ng Memorial Award for 2016 Best Graduate Student Paper

Application Deadline: January 16, 2017

The award will be given to the best graduate student research paper that advances our understanding of intercultural issues, particularly as they apply to people in or from Canada and the Asia Pacific region.

Last year's award went to Ms. Lisa Olding, an MEd student. Lisa's winning paper was part of her coursework in EDUC 825, taught by Dr. Ena Lee.

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