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An integral part of the School of General Education and Languages, the Centre for Learning Enhancement (CLE) aims to provide students with the support they need to enhance their learning experience at THEi through guided and independent study of language and General Education topics. We believe that each student should be able to engage in learning in ways that take into account his or her specific GE and communication needs and individual learning styles. We help students set their learning goals and guide them through their learning by offering individual consultations and small-group workshops.


In addition to helping students enhance their formal and informal learning, we aim to create an inclusive environment where different cultures and languages are equally valued and enjoyed. We organise a range of cultural activities such as movie appreciation workshops, ethnic culture weeks and taster sessions.



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CLE's Creative Writing Competition 


We are inviting all budding writers and content creators to join our Creative Writing Competition. Make a start on your writing career, discover topics you care about and influence others through various forms of writing. Don't worry about your writing skills - we have a series of workshops that will help you draft, revise, and push on with your piece. Exciting prizes await the top three authors!


For more details, refer to the poster below.




Voices from the Field series


Nick Wong, a former student at THEi, will be coming to campus to share his story. Join us to hear Nick discuss how he started his career after leaving THEi, and what led him to start his own company in 2022.



THEi 10th Anniversary Vlogging Competition Winners


In celebration of THEi's 10th Anniversary, students were invited to join the CLE vlogging competition which focused on a day in the life of a student at THEi. Thanks to everyone who participated and a huge congratulations to LIU Shiying (Fashion Design) for winning 1st place and to our runner-up, KWOK Wai Hei (Hotel Operations Management). 


1st Place — LIU Shiying 


Runner-up — KWOK Wai HeiContact us

Address: Learning Commons, 1/F (South Block), 133 Shing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong 

Tel: 3890 8467 


Address: Room 415, 4/F, 20A Tsing Yi Road, Tsing Yi Island, New Territories 

Tel: 2176 1424