All universities in Hong Kong have received more applications for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes from mainland China this year, Prof Joshua Mok, Lingnan Vice-President told University World News
This academic year, Hong Kong universities have received more applications from mainland China for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, Prof Joshua Mok, Dean of Graduate School told University World News
Article "Commentary on the dispute over the land use of the Fanling Golf Course" by Professor Yau Yung, Professor of School of Graduate Studies and Professor of Urban Studies of Department of Sociology and Social Policy (Chinese only)
Prof Joshua Mok, Vice President spoke about mainland government incentives for returning students to seek employment in cities other than Beijing and Shanghai at the Centre for Global Higher Education 2022 Annual Conference
Article "Long-term solution to subdivided flats" by Professor Yau Yung, Professor of School of Graduate Studies and Professor of Urban Studies of Department of Sociology and Social Policy (Chinese only)
“The Societal and Educational Impacts of DID for the Future Development of Hong Kong as a SmartCity” - Presentation by Prof Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President and Dean of School of Graduate Studies, in Hong Kong PKI Forum
Professor Joshua Mok Ka Ho, Dean of the Graduate School, was one of 11 Centre For Global Higher Education (CGHE) researchers included in a global rundown of the top 2% of scientists by citation in 2020. The list was released by Elsevier/Scopus and Stanford University.
Lingnan University proactively aligns with the development of new liberal art education and participates in the joint establishment of higher education infrastructure for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area
Prof Yau Yung, Professor of the School of Graduate Studies discussed the development of public and private housing, and the long-term housing policy in Hong Kong on TV, and made specific policy recommendations to ease the problem of the long waiting time for public housing
Article "Scholar suggests ways to strengthen the support for dementia patients and their carers" by Prof Vera Tang Mun-yu, Research Assistant Professor of Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies (Chinese only))
Article "LU study finds one in five Mainland Chinese university students are considering postgraduate studies abroad after pandemic" by Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President and Dean of School of Graduate Studies (Chinese only)
Article “LU Jockey Club Gerontechnology and Smart Ageing Project promotes social innovation and intergenerational harmony” by Prof. Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President and Dean of School of Graduate Studies (Chinese only)
Over 50% of LU's research submissions were judged "world-leading" or "internationally excellent" in the UGC's RAE. The RAE processes are "rigorous in assessment and meet the international standard,” says this article in the SCMP.
Why do upper limits to life expectancy exist and how close are we to them? Hear research by Prof S Jay Olshansky, from University of Illinois at Chicago, at the Aging, Health and Longevity seminar, via Zoom on 26 April. Read more: https://aging.ust.hk/news
Professor Siu Oi-ling, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Chair Professor of Applied Psychology receives $585,800 under the Humanities and Social Sciences Prestigious Fellowship Scheme (HSSPFS)
In an interview with Commercial Radio, Prof Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President and Dean of School of Graduate Studies at LU, shared his team’s latest research which revealed that over 80% of Mainland China and Hong Kong university students show no interest in studying abroad after COVID-19 pandemic.
What does China's national education agenda mean for international schools? Hear insights from Prof Joshua Mok, Dean of Graduate School, at the digital International and Bilingual Schools China event on 9-11 Nov.
How do the media cover climate change? A new book by Prof Leslie Sklair, with contributions from Prof Joshua Mok and Dr Yuyang Kang, LU Graduate School, says that vested interests have underplayed the risks
Journal of Asian Public Policy, edited by Prof Joshua Mok, Dean of Graduate School, has been accepted by the Social Sciences Citation Index. The SSCI selects the most influential journals in their respective fields
A paper by researchers at Lingnan Graduate School and Sydney University presents policy insights for educational institutions dealing with the effects of the pandemic on international recruitment and collaboration
Do China-Africa relations depend on the well-being of Africans in China and Chinese in Africa? Find out in this article by Prof Amoah, School of Graduate Studies, Lingnan University and Prof Hodzi, University of Liverpool, UK, published on the LSE's blog.
Lingnan has received the maximum of 5 stars in 7 categories of the QS STARS rating system, including teaching, research, and internationalisation. The ratings evaluate worldwide universities across a range of performance indicators
WEBINAR PANEL — Higher Education in the Plague Year: The transformative effects of the Covid-19 pandemic – presentation by Professor Joshua Mok, Vice-President, Lingnan (Reported by Campus Morning Mail)
Joint survey of Lingnan University and South China University of Technology shows that Greater Bay Area residents in Mainland China consider epidemic prevention is done better in mainland than in Hong Kong and Macau
Lingnan University & South China University of Technology establish the “Joint Research Centre for Greater Bay Area - Social Policy & Governance” cum Surveys on Youth & University students’ Perceptions on Development Opportunities in the Greater Bay Area