Yang Yi

MSc in Advanced Information System
Yang Yi is now currently pursuing MSc in Advanced Information System at Hong Kong Baptist University.

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree, Tianjin University of Commerce

Currently Pursuing

MSc in Advanced Information System, Hong Kong Baptist University

Why did you do a postgraduate course?

I majored in statistics in my undergraduate studies. Nevertheless, I am more interested in computer and information systems. At the same time, I wanted to leave my home city to learn in another metropolitan city so that I could widen my exposure and explore the extra opportunities. Therefore, this MSc programme is a perfect choice for me.

How did you choose this course/institution?

I learned this programme through its official website. I was very impressed by the programme contents and its learning activities. I believed that I could gain valuable learning experience and knowledge from this programme. At the same time, Hong Kong is a very famous world financial center, while its East-meets-West culture is special and attractive. I believed that I could gain valuable living experience in Hong Kong. Therefore, I selected this programme.

What research are you currently pursuing?

I am studying different aspects of information systems (e.g., design and implementation methodologies, security and auditing, user interface design, etc.).

What are your favourite and least favourite parts about postgraduate life?

I enjoy very much the group work among students. In group discussions, I could exchange opinions with my group members, so that we could come up with the best possible results. I could also learn how to cooperate with the other people. Some courses involve oral presentation. While I am weak in oral presentation, I understand that oral presentation skills are important in the work environment. I am glad that the programme provides the opportunity for me to improve my weakness.

When do you think is the best time to do a postgraduate degree?

It is never too late to learn. As long as we could spend the necessary time, it is always the best time to do a postgraduate degree.

What advice would you give to someone considering a postgraduate degree?

It is important to understand your own interest and career plan, and then select a postgraduate degree programme that could fit your interests and needs.