SCE Dean’s Award 2020
CIE organizes tree management seminar for secondary school principals and teachers
CIE collaborates with Food Grace on the “Food Wise Project in Kwai Tsing”
SDC launches Service Learning Programmes
Lecturers from Division of Applied Science speak on biodiversity and environmental resources issues at Commercial Radio “Global Frontline” programme
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HKBU Associate Degree Programme
The College of International Education (CIE) is a self-funded unit of HKBU, offering two-year full-time Associate Degree Programme (AD) and Undergraduate Programmes (UG) at the HKBU Kowloon Tong and Shek Mun (Shatin) campuses.
Why Choose HKBU CIE
The Associate Degree (AD) Programme is governed by the HKBU quality assurance policies and practices
Upon completion of the AD Programme, students will be awarded an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science by HKBU
Since the establishment of the College, CIE has nurtured over ten thousand AD graduates who were successfully articulated to local and overseas undergraduate programmes
In the past 3 years, there were about two thousand AD graduates who undertook undergraduate studies in the eight UGC-funded local universities
The AD curriculum framework has adopted the HKBU UGC-funded Undergraduate Programme as a blueprint. Certain areas of Concentration Studies such as Music Studies, Visual Arts, Professional Accountancy, Journalism, as well as Sport and Recreation Studies are offered in collaboration with different Faculties/Schools of HKBU and taught by their lecturers
I was given the opportunities to join various activities such as internship and exchange programme. All were useful for finding my dream career.
Lee Sheung Hyna (Graduate of 2016)
All the valuable experiences gained from CIE have facilitated my current study in undergraduate programme.
Joey Fu (Graduate of 2012)
With the encouragement and guidance of lecturers, my hard work came to fruition.
Chan Hoi Tung (Graduate of 2009)