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《The pride of liberal arts》

Composed and arranged by two Lingnan alumni (Gloria Tang and 黃維一 ), the song 《The pride of liberal arts》 expresses their love of and gratitude to their alma mater, as well as their support and eagerness to see it advance in developing more elite scholars and pillars of the community.

The songwriters also encourage others to inherit and uphold Lingnan’s spirit - to follow one's dreams and beliefs and never give up.

《博雅驕傲》
曲詞:  歌莉雅 (Gloria Tang)
編曲:  黃維一
 

 
我愛我身邊有你
你貫徹理想  我給你打氣
前行覓去路  成就博雅驕傲
來讓我打破悶局 來讓你再創紀錄
 
用力發夢 落力發夢
現實理想總有命數 無畏無懼
盡力去做 努力去做
挫折始終都會遇到 那怕失敗胡塗
 

 

50th Anniversary Website

 

Inter-University Research Consortium for Higher Education - Lingnan University organises international symposium to discuss the implications of globalisation on higher education

To discuss the implications of globalisation on higher education in the Asia Pacific region and the challenge of resurgent nationalism on the trend of globalisation, Lingnan University co-organised the international symposium “Contesting Globalisation and Implications for Asian Pacific Higher Education: Resurgent Nationalism in International Higher Education” with the Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership (APHERP) in the US, University College London in the UK, Peking University in Mainland China and Hiroshima University in Japan from 19 to 20 October.

 

嶺大傑出學人講座 - 剖析高等教育學府排名

Highlights

Lingnan Scholar was presented the Prestigious Fellowship Award by the Secretary for Education

Prof Tejaswini Niranjana of the Cultural Studies Department received the award of the Humanities and Social Sciences Prestigious Fellowship Scheme (HSSPFS) from Mr Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, JP, Secretary for Education of the HKSAR Government at the Award Presentation Ceremony organised by the Research Grants Council on 19 October 2017.  The award-winning project is entitled “Musicophilia and publicness in Mumbai: A new approach to cultural analysis”.  Prof Niranjana’s achievement represented a 100% success rate of Lingnan in the 2017/18 round of this prestigious scheme, and is one of only 5 successful proposals among the 21 applications from all the eight UGC-funded universities.

The Liberal Arts University in Hong Kong

Liberal Arts and Cross-disciplinary Curriculum

Close Faculty-Student Relationship

Vibrant and Residential Campus

Abundant Global Learning Opportunities

Community Serving for Positive Changes

Liberal Arts and Cross-disciplinary Curriculum
Letter to Lingnanians
48th Congregation
Application for Admission to MPHil & PhD Programme 2018-19
QAC Audit Report 2016
Column 4 (2)
Application for Admission Master of Cultural Studies
Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programmes 2018-19
Inter-University Research Consortium
Master of Accountancy Programme 2018-19
Equal Opportunities Committee
MSc in eBusiness & Supply Chain Management
Lingnan University 50th Anniversary in Hong Kong Celebration Banquet
Non-local Student Scholarships 2018-19