Stories

Reflection

  • Cindy-Shum_5_160x160_acf_cropped-1

    It was so great and exciting that I got a chance to change my routine and experience a brand new life in America. The small class size in Bellarmine University makes the class very interactive and flexible. Besides learning, experiencing the American culture and meeting new friends were the best part of my exchange. I have tried so many new stuff and enriched myself in many ways. It was a very fruitful journey to me!

    Cindy Shum (Admitted in 2015; Exchanged to Bellarmine University in 2017-18 Term 1)
  • Edith-Au-Yang_160x160_acf_cropped

    I love teaching and that is the reason why I decided to study the ELED programme.Through this programme, not only am I exposed to various teaching methodologies to cater for individual differences, I am encouraged to think from the students’ perspectives.

    Edith Au-Yang (Admitted in 2013)
  • Tom-Cheng-1_160x160_acf_cropped

    The ELED programme provides a good balance of courses to prepare me to become a professional, confident language teacher. Thanks to the many experiential learning activities organised by the programme, like teaching practice, study trip and the overseas immersion programme, I have precious opportunities to learn about teaching outside of university classrooms.

    Tom Cheng (Admitted in 2013)
  • Ross-Ng_160x160_acf_cropped

    Not only has this double degree programme enriched my subject knowledge and enhanced my metalinguistic awareness, it has also enabled me to develop an individualized teaching philosophy and incorporate theories as well as pedagogies into my own teaching practice.

    Ross Ng (Admitted in 2013)
  • Ravel-Chan_160x160_acf_cropped

    Going on an exchange programme is definitely one of the best, rewarding moments in my life. Traced back to the time when I was studying in Canada, my English proficiency was greatly enhanced. I could also learn more Canadians’ slangs and thus having a better understanding of their cultures.

    Ravel Chan (Admitted in 2012; Exchanged to the Queen’s University in 2014-15 Term 1)
  • Fanny-Fung_160x160_acf_cropped

    Going on exchange certainly enriches our knowledge and enhances our interpersonal skills. While the precious teaching experiences offered by the ELED programme have equipped us with practical teaching techniques, exchange opportunities further help us become a well-rounded individual.

    Fanny Fung (Admitted in 2012; Exchanged to the University of Rochester in 2015-16 Term 2)