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Newsletter No. 407 > Campus News > Orientation Day > Orientation Day Attracts 60,000 Visitors

Orientation Day Attracts 60,000 Visitors

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On 27 October, the University held its Orientation Day for Undergraduate Admissions, which attracted nearly 60,000 visitors, many of them secondary school teachers, students and their parents, to our campus.

There were admission talks and Q&A sessions to familiarize visitors with the University’s admission requirements. Prof. Joseph J.Y. Sung, Vice-Chancellor of CUHK, shared with participants university’s commitment to developing independent and innovative thinking, interdisciplinary perspective, and students’ ability to make effective use of information, and their resilience in the face of adversity.

Exhibitions, demonstrations, visits to laboratories and other facilities were organized by the eight Faculties. The nine Colleges of the University hosted open houses, information sessions and set up booths to give visitors a better understanding of the characteristics of CUHK Colleges.

The newly opened teaching facilities on campus, including the Yasumoto International Academic Park, Wu Ho Man Yuen Building and the Integrated Teaching Building, were highly commended as ideal learning venues by many students and parents on the open day.

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