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Application and Course List

The Summer Programme is designed for the following categories of students: 

  1. HKBU students admitted directly to Year 3 of study
  2. HKBU current students (NOT under Category 1 and not in Final Year of study)
  3. Students of the University's exchange partnership institutions
  4. Students of the BNU-HKBU United International College (BNU-HKBU UIC)

 

Application period

 

Date Students
24 March - 3 April 2022HKBU current students (Category 1 & 2)
on or before 10 June 2022

HKBU new students who are admitted directly to Year 3 of study in 2022 (Category 1)

 

 

Course list

 

DepartmentCourse Code*Course TitleUnitsMode of Class DeliveryTimeVenueRemarks
Language CentreLANG1026
(Section 21)
 
Practical Putonghua3Mixed09:00 - 12:00OEM806For HKBU students ONLY
Language CentreLANG1026
(Section 22)
 
Practical Putonghua3Mixed09:00 - 12:00CEC911For HKBU students ONLY
Language CentreLANG1105Introductory Mandarin for Non-Chinese Speakers (Part I)3Online14:00 - 17:00N/AFor Exchange students ONLY
Language CentreLANG1107Introductory Cantonese for Non-Chinese Speakers3Online14:00 - 17:00N/AFor Exchange students ONLY
DepartmentCourse Code*Course TitleUnitsMode of Class DeliveryTimeVenueRemarks
Department of ManagementBUSI3046Business Communication3Mixed09:00-12:00AAB707For category 1, 3, 4 students
Department of MarketingGTCU2036Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship3Mixed09:00-12:00AAB706For all students
Department of MarketingMKTG2005Marketing Management3Mixed14:00-17:00AAB502

Pre-requisite: BUSI1005 (for non-BBA students)

 

For category 1, 3, 4 students

DepartmentCourse Code*Course TitleUnitsMode of Class DeliveryTimeVenueRemarks
Academy of FilmFILM3097Hong Kong Cinema3Mixed14:00-17:00CVA608For category 1, 3, 4 students
Department of Communication StudiesORGC3015Intercultural Communication3Mixed09:00-12:00AAB502For category 1, 3, 4 students
Department of Communication StudiesUCPN1005
(Section 21)
The Art of Persuasion2Mixed10:00-12:00AAB504For category 1, 2, 3 students
Department of Communication StudiesUCPN1005
(Section 22)
(Full)
 
The Art of Persuasion2Mixed

14:00-16:00

(updated)

AAB504For category 1, 2, 3 students
DepartmentCourse Code*Course TitleUnitsMode of Class DeliveryTimeVenueRemarks
Department of BiologyGTSC2056You and Your Health3Mixed14:00-17:00LMC512For all students
Department of MathematicsGFQR1045Making a Smart Decision3Mixed14:00-17:00LMC514For all students
Course Code*Course TitleUnitsMode of Class DeliveryTimeVenueRemarks
CMED1115Health Cultivation of Chinese Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine: A Practical Introduction3Mixed14:00-17:00AAB706For category 1, 3, 4 students
GTSC2065
(Full)
Diseases and Medicine
 
3Mixed14:00-17:00AAB707For category 1, 2, 4 students

 

DepartmentCourse Code*Course TitleUnitsMode of Class DeliveryTimeVenueRemarks
Department of Government and International StudiesGTSU2036
 
Ethics, Governance, and Public Policy3Mixed14:00-17:00AAB708For all students
Department of HistoryHIST2105Introduction to Modern Chinese History3Mixed14:00-17:00AAB503

Reading of Chinese materials is needed

 

For category 1, 3, 4 students

Department of HistoryHIST2106History of Hong Kong since 19003Mixed09:00-12:00AAB708

Reading of Chinese materials is needed

 

For category 1, 3, 4 students

Department of HistoryGTCU2027Inter-Asian Contacts and the Invention of Everyday Cultures3Mixed09:00-12:00AAB503For all students
Department of Sport, Physical Education and Health

UCHL1037

(Cancelled)

Hand-eye Rally: Tennis, Taspony and Pickleball2Mixed09:00-11:00N/AIn-class participation is required
Department of Sport, Physical Education and HealthUCHL1045When Traditional Tai Chi Meets Modern Health and Fitness2Mixed09:00-11:00WHSC

In-class participation is required

 

For HKBU students

 

Notes:

• Course descriptions are available at the University Student Handbook.
• All courses are conducted in English, with the exception of LANG1026 which is conducted in Putonghua.
Mixed mode class delivery represents face-to-face teaching synchronously with online teaching.  Students may attend classes on campus or online. In the event of an upsurge in confirmed COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong or an outbreak on the campus, classes will be switched to online.
• Courses with low student enrolment may be cancelled.

 

* Explanatory Notes to the Course Code:

• The first digit of the course number signifies the level for which the course is intended. 
• Level 1 (i.e. 1000-series) courses are introductory, foundation, basic skill type courses, or courses generally appropriate to the first year of a full-time undergraduate programme.
• Level 2 (i.e. 2000-series) courses are intermediate level courses, or courses which are generally appropriate to the second year of an undergraduate programme.
• Level 3 (i.e. 3000-series) and Level 4  (i.e. 4000-series) courses are those courses which involve more advanced study skills often requiring Level 1 and Level 2 prerequisites. 

 

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