Graduate Survey for HKBU Associate Degree Programme 2017
CIE is providing ample articulation opportunities for students with different academic qualifications. Upon completion of our 2-year Associate Degree Programme, graduates can further their studies in various degree and postgraduate programmes. The College is offering a wide variety of services and activities, such as articulation talks and interview workshops to help students make informed choices on studies and career in the face of the ever-changing society.
After completing the two-year AD Programme, students can take the “2+2” study mode to seamlessly articulate to the last two years of the UG Programmes which are jointly run by HKBU Faculties/Schools and CIE to obtain an HKBU honours degree in four years. The General Education units of the AD Programme are fully recognised by HKBU. Students do not have to re-take any General Education Courses when they are studying in the UG Programmes.
Clickhereto learn more about our UG Programmes.
HKBU Associate Degree students are eligible to articulate to the Bachelor’s Degree Programmes offered by the University of South Australlia (UniSA) upon successful completion of the Associate Degree Programme.
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Associate Degree graduates can articulate to the undergraduate programmes offered by Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC) of HKBU at Zhuhai, China for a Honous Degree awarded by HKBU.
Associate Degree graduates can apply undergraduate programmes offered by local universities and other institutions in areas related to their areas of Concentration Studies. Click here for the articulation track record of our graduates in areas of Concentration Studies.
AD graduates from CIE can articulate to overseas programmes to complete their undergraduate degrees. Currently, CIE has over 30 partner universities in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Please clickhereto learn more about the entry requirements for overseas articulation.