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Vice-Chancellor meets alumni Hong Kong

16 September 2015

Hong Kong Event September 2015More than 50 alumni and guests gathered at the British Council in Hong Kong on Monday 14 September 2015 to meet Nottingham Trent University’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Edward Peck.

It was Professor Edward Peck’s first visit to Hong Kong on behalf of Nottingham Trent University and he was delighted to have the opportunity to meet some of our alumni.  He showed guests images of the campus developments that have taken place in recent years, and also shared details of the University’s plans for the future.

Alumni then had the opportunity to ask Edward questions and network with other staff and alumni over drinks and canapes.

NTU’s Alumni Ambassador for Hong Kong, Chris Tang (Legal Practice Course 1997), said:  “I was really pleased to see so many alumni come along to welcome the Vice-Chancellor to Hong Kong. We had some really positive feedback and managed to get a few people interested in mentoring too!”

Flight Centre LogoThanks to alumnus Paul Jeffels (BA Hons Business Studies 2002) everybody who registered for the event online, and who attended the event, was entered into a free prize draw with a chance of winning a trip to Bangkok courtesy of Flight Centre Luxury Travel.  

Luke wins trip to BangkokWe are delighted to confirm that the lucky winner was Luke Cianfarani (BA Hons Modern European Studies 1998).  He said:  “The event was great. The levels of investment and growth at NTU are incredible and I was keen to hear what alumni could do in return for what the University has done for so many of us out here.  I was having a really enjoyable evening anyway - but I was pretty shocked hear my name called! I’m already looking forward to taking my family to Bangkok.”

Photographs taken at the event are now available to view online, as well as Professor Peck’s presentation slides.

Please email us if you would like to join the NTU Alumni Hong Kong group.



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