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Orientation Day Draws 65,000

Prof. Fok Tai‐fai, Pro‐Vice‐Chancellor, delivers a welcoming speech

CUHK held its Orientation Day for Undergraduate Admissions on 12 October, drawing 65,000 visitors to the campus, most of them secondary school students, parents and teachers. Special exhibition panels were displayed at the Mall to showcase the University's development in the past 50 years. Prof. Fok Tai-fai, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, delivered a welcoming speech at the first session of the JUPAS admission talk.

Over 200 admission talks and Q&A sessions were held by eight Faculties and various departments to familiarize members of the public with the University's admission requirements. Some departments arranged sharing sessions hosted by current CUHK students to brief visitors about their experiences. Visits to laboratories, libraries, moot court, Chinese Medicine Museum and other facilities were also organized. The nine Colleges of the University hosted open houses, information sessions and set up booths to give visitors a better understanding of the unique characteristics of our Colleges.