BSSc (Hons) in China Studies - History

Exchange Studies

Student Exchange Programme
  • Eligibility: All undergraduate students, HKBU
  • Programme Organizer: International Office, HKBU
  • Period: Year 3, Semester 2 (4-year curriculum) / depending on student’s study plan
  • Credit Units: 12 units (credit transfer)
  • Mode (Discipline-related): Major/ Non-major
  • Category in curriculum: Elective
  • Location: Overseas/ Mainland
  • Student Profile Record: Academic transcript (not to be counted in GPA)
  • URL:http://intl.hkbu.edu.hk/

Internship

Social Sciences Internship
  • Eligibility: All Social Sciences undergraduate students, HKBU
  • Programme Organizer: Faculty of Social Sciences, HKBU
  • Period: Summer / depending on student’s study plan
  • Credit Units: Credit-bearing (3 units)/ Non-credit bearing
  • Mode (Discipline-related): Mixed
  • Category in curriculum: Elective
  • Location: Local
  • Student Profile Record: Academic Transcript/ Student Development Portfolio
  • URL:http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/sosc/ssi

Field Studies

CHST 3005 Summer Sojourn
  • Eligibility: Students of BSSc (Hons) in China Studies ONLY
  • Programme Organizer: Programme Office of China Studies, HKBU
  • Period: Year 2, Summer (3-year curriculum); Year 3, Semester 2 (4-year curriculum)
  • Credit Units: 0 unit (3-year curriculum); 3 units (4-year curriculum)
  • Mode (Discipline-related): Major
  • Category in curriculum: Major required
  • Location: Mainland
  • Student Profile Record: Academic Transcript
  • Features:
    All students have to spend five weeks at Tsinghua University, Beijing to receive intensive training in Putonghua during the summer at the end of the second year. It acts as an "immersion" programme in Putonghua training. Students will undertake Putonghua training for three hours per day, five days per week. Another part of the summer sojourn programme consists of total of eight to ten seminars on topics relating to current issues in mainland China. The third part of the summer sojourn programme includes field visits to places such as factories, farms, historical sites, government offices, and research institutions. Students are also required to do a small group project to study one aspect of social life in Beijing.
  • URL: http://chinast.hkbu.edu.hk/eng/tsinghua_summer_sojourn.php