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Hong Kong Baptist University Recruitment Event (lunchtime session)

President and Vice-Chancellor of Hong Kong Baptist University, Prof Roland Chin, along with his senior management team is giving a presentation on academic career opportunities at their university as they are recruiting 100 faculty members to teach and do research, particularly in three cluster areas of: creative media and practice, health and drug discovery, as well as data analytics and artificial intelligence.
When Apr 30, 2018
from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
Where Postdoc Centre @ Mill Lane, 16 Mill Lane, Cambridge CB2 1SB
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The university welcomes talents from across the world regardless of race, colour, religion, creed and gender. HKBU as a research-led liberal arts university is one of the eight government-funded universities among Hong Kong's 30+ institutes of education.

Since it was founded in 1956, Hong Kong Baptist University, one of the publicly-funded tertiary institutions in Hong Kong, has been striving for excellence and making dedicated efforts towards its goal of becoming the region’s premier liberal arts university.

With the release of their strategic plan 2018-2028, HKBU has now launched a Talent100 initiative in which the university seeks to recruit 100 academic faculty members from around the world in the next three years. To these recruits HKBU is prepared to offer facilities and generous support for research, conference attendance and personal development. 

So, do come to this briefing to listen directly from HKBU’s senior management including their President and Vice-Chancellor.

Other than the academic career opportunities that HKBU can offer, you may also be able to understand more the academic career environment in Hong Kong in this briefing. You may want to note that Hong Kong is not only one of the most vibrant cities in Asia and in the world but also a place with diverse culture and is the world’s 8th largest trading economy despite its small size.

Please register here to attend.

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