One Semester Off-Campus Programme (OSOC) is an experiential programme developed by the Faculty of Social Sciences. It is a strategy in whole-person development by encouraging its undergraduate students to develop their talent and competency, and to gain further expsure through different invaluable off-campus learning experiences.

What is Off-Campus Learning about?

  • Wide Range of Choices
  • Flexible Duration - From one semester to one year
  • Most Favourable Period - Summer breaks, or Year 3 or 4 of the study
  • Diversified Learning Locations
  • Interdisciplinary Module - Major / Non-major / Mixed
  • Credit/ Non-credit Bearing Programme
  • Student Profile Enrichment
  • E-resources Facilitation

  • For more details, please visit Overview > Features

What's new...

March 2017

Social Sciences Internship

    • Oral Presentation Seminar of Semester 2, 2016/17
    • Date: 27 April 2017 (Thu)
    • Time: 10:00-13:00
    • Venue: AAB 1312, BUR Campus
    • Content: Student interns of Semester 2, 2016/17 will conduct the presentation to share their learning experience.
    • All are welcome!

    For more details, please visit SSI website