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CPELL

Board for Continuing and Professional Education and Lifelong Learning (CPELL)

This Board, with senior University members, representatives of the School and external members, has authority delegated by the Senate, for the School's academic awards and policies, particularly its quality assurance policies.

The members of the Board are:

Chairman

Professor Peter Mathieson

Members
Professor L. S. Chan
Professor Sonny S.H. Lo
Professor Patrick Y. K. Chau
Dr Darwin Chen
Professor Ian Holliday
Professor C. Hutton
Professor T. P. Lam
Professor William K. M. Lee
Professor Frederick K. S. Leung
Professor N.R. Liu
Mrs Lesley Wong
Professor Paul S. F. Yip
In Attendance
Ms Deborah W. C. Ng
Dr John Cribbin
Secretary
Ms Kaye Brodie

 

The School’s Management Structure

Internally, the School has a collegiate organisation:

The wide range of part-time programmes (49 subject groups) is allocated among three colleges which are the College of Business and Finance, the College of Humanities and Law and the College of Life Sciences and Technology.  The latter includes the Division of Chinese Medicine.

The School established the HKU SPACE Community College in the year 2000 to provide versatile, full-time, further education through its Associate Degree and Higher Diploma programmes. To date, with over 5,000 students, the Community College represents one of the finest institutions of its kind in Hong Kong. The School also works with the Po Leung Kuk, in the HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College (HPSHCC), named in appreciation of Dr Stanley Ho's generous donation to the College. HPSHCC now has some 2,500 students in its high quality programmes.

The International College (IC) provides overseas bachelor's degree level study opportunity for Associate Degree and Higher Diploma graduates.   It currently has over 2,000 students.

In addition, the School’s Institute for China Business contributes to China’s training needs in executive education and staff development, and to enhance Hong Kong’s status as a regional education hub.