Two students from Buddhist Wong Wan Tin College participated in a two-week residential exchange programme at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the United States.  We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Dr Glenn Yee, an Honorary Doctor of the Institute and a valued partner of the school who sponsored this meaningful trip.  The programme aims to expose students to the realms of STEM, while incorporating elements of humanities and arts.  It promised to be an exciting and fulfilling experience for the students.

During the programme, the students had the chance to explore STEM subjects in a unique and interdisciplinary manner.  They participated in a series of workshops and social activities designed to prepare them for university life.  The programme also encouraged networking, allowing the students to connect and interact with like-minded individuals who shared a passion for STEM.

Apart from the academic aspect, the programme also emphasised discipline and daily routine.  The students were expected to adhere to a structured schedule, enabling them to cultivate good habits and enhance their overall discipline.

The students expressed their excitement and gratitude for the opportunity to participate in the exchange programme.  They recognised it as a chance to challenge themselves, learn new things, and develop vital skills that will benefit them in the future.