Leader: Associate Professor Dr Paul Kwok
three-year programme covers the software and hardware that
make up a computer system. Specialized courses focus on computer
system design, multimedia processing and computer networking.
'There are abundant prospects for a computer engineer who
sets up computer networks and systems for small and medium
enterprises in Hong Kong. At the same time, graduates can
pursue careers as programmers to support the local financial
services sector, as well as hardware development engineers,
much sought after in China and the US,' said Programme Leader
Dr Paul Kwok.
3 student Choi Fung-kon
is a computer geek, so naturally he chose to study computing.
He likes the interactive teaching style of Assistant Professor
Dr Philip Tsang and notes Dr Tsang's creativity when it comes
to class assignments. 'When he taught about e-auctions, he
divided our class into groups and gave each group some money
to buy something to sell on the Internet. The winning team
was rewarded with the money earned by the other groups as
2 student David Ho
David decided to enrol
in the OUHK to learn about computing more systematically and
get a recognized qualification instead of haphazardly taking
short courses. His studies turned out to be quite difficult.
'My foundation in Programming and A-Maths is pretty weak. But
surprisingly, my interest in them has increased.' The retired
Government Senior Executive Officer hopes to work as a
volunteer after graduation so that he can apply what he has
learned and make a contribution to society.