Student learning activities

Student learning activities

From time to time, learning activities are organized both by the College and other institutions for the benefit of students. Don't miss out the followings.

Our learning activities

We Learn We Share Presentation Scheme

With the success of We Learn We Share Video Competition last year, the Student Learning Support System (SLSS) is bringing the idea of “We Learn, We Share” back this semester.

Instead of collecting videos produced by students, we are looking for presentation proposals. Shortlisted proposals will be invited to join the production of a series of short videos and prize money will be given to shortlisted applicants who present on camera.

The presentation scheme is open to all student to apply, regardless of your programme and level of study. You may refer to our pamphlet for more details.

Should you have any enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Hugo Yu on


SLSS Video Production Scheme

Guidelines for the “Fighting Anxiety” Video

The SLSS Video Production Scheme is funded by the Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) of the Hong Kong Government to enhance the teaching and learning quality in self-financed post-secondary institutes. The Video Production Scheme aims to:

  • provide opportunities to students to show their talents
  • connect students from different disciplines
  • support students to produce “materials” which meet the preference of student audience

The production scheme is open to all students to apply, regardless of your programme and level of study. Please refer to the Pamphlet of "Fighting Anxiety" Video Production Scheme for details. 

Last day of application 18 Feb, 2022

We Learn, We Share” Learning Video Production Competition 

The College is organizing a “We Learn, We Share” Learning Video Production Competition in which you can participate individually or in a team of up to six members to produce a short video on a topic related to a discipline.

Prizes are irresistible:

  • Champion: HK$5,000
  • 1st runner up: $3,000
  • 2nd runner up: $2,000
  • Finalists: $1,000

Don’t miss the chance to LearnShare and Win, for more details, please refer to our activity pamphlet.

Deadline for enrollment (revised): 26 March 2021 (Friday).

Deadline for submission of video entries: 28 May 2021 (Friday).

What are you waiting for? Let's join now!



Winner: Memoir by Yvonne Ysang and Edwin Lai

1st Runner-up: How the marketing strategy affects your perception by Minnie Cheung, Karen Cheung and Eric Chiu

2nd Runner-up: Deadline Fighter by Ka Wai, Myron Wong, Anson Tsoi, Chung Ching, Yee Ting and Shuk Yee

Outstanding entry: Study Hard and Study Smart by Athen Ngan, Vivian Yung and Stanley Poon

Workshop series for Semester B 2021/22

This workshop series covers topics including examination skills, sources of learning resources and skills in maximising your learning.



Maximizing learning though class attendance

Workshop 1 Slides

11 Feb 2022 13:00 - 14:00


Finding and Using Academic Resources in College Level Studies

Workshop 2 Slides

25 Feb 2022

Organizing Learning materials with Graphs and Illustrations

Workshop 3 Slides

11 Mar 2022

Preparing for Examinations – a review for better performance

Workshop 4 Slides

25 Mar 2022

Please refer to our google for more activitiy details, vaccancy serves on a first-come-first-serve basis, please make your reservation at our Google form.



Planning for Academic Seccess

Do you know what are the differences between learning in the secondary school and in the tertiary education institute (post-secondary college/university)? Are you interested in ensuring a successful learning journey in UOWCHK?

This workshop will enable you to:

  1. Connect time management strategy with your goals for post-secondary studies;
  2. Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of your coping with post-secondary studies; and
  3. Design a personalised study plan to achieve your academic success.

Please refer to our google for more activitiy details, vaccancy serves on a first-come-first-serve basis, please make your reservation at our Google form.


Teaching and Learning Approach at UOW College Hong Kong

In UOW College Hong Kong, we adopt the student-centered outcomes-based approach to design and deliver the curriculum. This ‘outcomes-based teaching and learning’ (OBTL) method is not based on teachers’ teaching objectives but rather on the learning outcomes of students.

This workshop will enable you to:

  1. Describe the basic principles of outcomes-based teaching and learning (OBTL);
  2. Identify the important features of criterion-referenced assessment (CRA); and
  3. Apply the OBTL and CRA norms to perform your academic tasks to achieve the intended learning outcomes of these tasks.

Please refer to our google for more activitiy details, vaccancy serves on a first-come-first-serve basis, please make your reservation at our Google form.


Webinar on video production and post-production: process and techniques

How can one successfully create the video footage, edit it, incorporate visual effects, add in sound etc. so it comes together as one compelling, cohesive video?

Dr Nelson Tsang W. H. (曾緯洪博士), Assistant Professor of Faculty of Science and Technology of the College, is going to talk on

  • Production: equipment, shooting, lighting
  • Post-production: editing, sound, music, effects; useful software

Date: 26 March 2021 (Friday)

Time: 3:15 – 4:30 pm

Language: English (supplemented with Cantonese)

Webinar link:


Webinar on creating successful education videos

Good planning is important for every video production. Now that you have the big idea, how can you bring it to life in your video?

Miss Flavia Wong (黃可盈), an alumna of our Associate of Arts in English for Professional Communication programme, now an actress and a YouTuber, is going to share her experience and advice with you on

  • how to choose the proper format and style of your video?
  • how to engage the audience and hold their interest?


Date: 19 March 2021 (Friday)

Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Language: Cantonese

Webinar link:


For enquiries, please feel free to contact Mr Hugo Yu on 27073127.


This is the first in a series of webinars to support your participation in the “We Learn We Share” Student Learning Video Production Competition.

Watch out for another forthcoming webinar on the technical skills of video production in late March 2021.

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Recruitment of Student Helpers (for participating in a Student Assessment Exercise)

Dear Students,

As you all know, UOW College Hong Kong has a set of Graduate Attributes (GAs) that represents the . To have a solid and evidence-based understanding of whether our graduates can meet our expectations regarding the attributes, the College is designing a scheme to measure students’ achievement of the attributes.

A crucial part of the Scheme is an assessment rubric that measures students’ level of attainment of the attributes. Before launching the Scheme and distributing the rubric to all Bachelor’s degree students for assessment, we would like to invite a small number of students to complete the assessment rubric to test its feasibility and effectiveness.

Participants will read the GAs and a set of indicators related to the GAs and then rate their level of achievement. They will also have to list the courses they consider effective in helping them achieve the GAs.

The exercise will only take a short time. Participants will be remunerated with an hourly rate of $44 for two hours. ($88 in total for each participant). They will have to visit the College Office in Kowloon City in early August to complete the task. The time and venue will be confirmed later.

If you are interested in taking part in the exercise, please email Dr. Virginia Yeung  by 4 August 2021 (Wednesday). We need 16–17 helpers and will recruit on a first-come-first-served basis.

Thank you for your kind attention.

The Student Learning Support System has been collaborating with the Student Centre to provide a series of activties on personal and career developments of our students, for more details, please click the buttons below.

Personal development activies

Career developments


Tel. 2707 3127