This programme is offered the College of International Education, Hong Kong Baptist University for holders of Associate Degree (AD) or Higher Diploma (HD) in a business-related discipline who wish to continue on to a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management.
The programme aims to nurture future leaders in Human Resources Management. Integration of both theory and practice is a core emphasis in the design of this programme. Through guest lectures, visits and projects, students are brought closer to the heart of the profession and learn the best HRM practices beyond books and lectures.
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Human Resources Management awarded by Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) has fully endorsed this programme. Our students are eligible to apply for Student Membership to enjoy the various benefits offered by the Institute. Students and graduates of this programme are also qualified for membership of Hong Kong People Management Association and Australian Human Resources Institute as well.
Graduates will have opportunities for employment in different functions of the HR department of an organisation, in all sectors of the economy, with excellent prospects for further career development in the HRM fields. In addition, the people- and general-management competencies developed by the programme will prepare graduates for careers in general management and other specialisations.
Our graduates are welcome by their employers and some were placed in Hong Kong’s best known organisations such as AIA, BOC, Cafe de Coral, Cathay Pacific, HA, HSBC, HKJC, HKT, Jebsen Group, Grand Hyatt HK, McDonald’s and Shiseido.
This four-year undergraduate programme requires students to complete a total of 128 units, including 39 units of Core Courses, 21 units of Required Courses, 27 units of Elective Courses, 13 units of University Core Courses, 18 units of General Education Courses and 10 units of Free Elective Courses.
Students with Associate Degree or Higher Diploma qualifications will normally be admitted directly into the third year of study to complete the 66-unit programme in two years. In this connection, students are required to complete 15 units of Core Courses, 21 units of Required Courses, 27 units of Elective Courses as well as 3 units of General Education Capstone Course.
* This GE capstone course will be opened to all self-funded undergraduate students. Student may select a GE capstone course offered by different self-funded undergraduate programmes.
The University Core is a requirement in the undergraduate curriculum which aims at providing students with the essential and transferable knowledge and skills that help them lead successful lives both during and following their university education, and ultimately supporting the University’s commitment to develop the Graduate Attributes among students.
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The General Education (GE) Programme provides the foundation of a well-rounded university education. The goal of the programme is to promote Whole Person Education (WPE) through exposure to a range of transferable skills, guiding principles, and attitudes that all students will need in their future professional and personal lives.
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♦For Associate Degree or Higher Diploma applicants, a block transfer of University Core Courses will be granted.
#For Associate Degree applicants, a block transfer of 9 units will be granted.
Students should have taken these 8 Core Courses as prerequisites in their Associate Degree or Higher Diploma studies.
To be eligible for admission, a candidate should hold
Candidates who possess equivalent qualifications are to be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Students are expected to complete all programme prerequisites and GE courses in their Associate Degree / Higher Diploma studies. Otherwise, they may have to complete additional units of study to make up for the programme prerequisites and GE courses at College of International Education (CIE), Hong Kong Baptist University.
The programme is offered at the Hong Kong Baptist University's Shek Mun (Shatin) Campus, which is located next to the Shek Mun Station of MTR Tuen Ma Line. With a gross floor area of 30,000m2, the campus provides full university facilities, including indoor heated swimming pool, gymnasium, fitness room, dance room, auditorium, multimedia laboratories, library and learning commons. Special learning facilities such as bioeco laboratory, creative science laboratory, food sensory laboratory, testing and analytical laboratory, food and nutritional science laboratory, active living laboratory, social science research laboratory, media communication laboratory, psychology laboratory and child assessment centre are also set up to provide students with practical experiences in their areas of study.
Local: HKD85,140 per year; Non-local: HKD107,250 per year.
Students are required to complete 66 units in two years at HKD2,580 per unit (local) / HKD3,250 per unit (non-local) (Total HKD170,280 for local / HKD214,500 for non-local).
The annual tuition fee is paid in two equal instalments, normally before the start of the first and the second semesters. For newly enrolled undergraduate students, HKD15,000 of the first instalment plus some fees will have to be paid by the applicants for acceptance of their admission offers and the balance will have to be paid in late August. Students are required to pay full tuition fees per semester during the normal period of study, regardless of the number of units enrolled in the semester.
For students who are required to take make-up course(s) to fulfil the programme prerequisites, University Core and/or GE courses, additional tuition fee for the make-up course(s) will be charged at HKD1,790 per unit.
Full-time local students may apply for the Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP) and the Non-means-tested Loan Scheme for Post-secondary Students (NLSPS) administered by the Student Finance Office (SFO) under the Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency (WFSFAA), HKSAR Government. For more information, students should contact the SFO or visit its website at www.wfsfaa.gov.hk.
The University accepts both online and paper application. The online application system and paper application form can be found at our website (https://www.cie.hkbu.edu.hk/admissions/2020-21/en/ug_home/). Applicants may apply for more than one programme if they wish to. A non-refundable and non-transferable application fee will be charged for EACH applied programme.
Applicants should submit the application through our website and are required to settle the application fee (HKD450) via online payment gateway (credit card, PPS online or Mobile Payment) before the application deadline. Please refer to the "Important Information" and "Instructions" in the online application system for details.
Applicants should submit the completed application form together with the relevant supporting documents and proof of application fee (HKD450) before the application deadline. Please refer to the "Notes to Applicants" printed on the application form for details.
For enquiries concerning the application procedure, please contact Academic Registry Services Section.
Tel: 3411 3044
Fax: 3411 3361
Address: Hong Kong Baptist University (Shek Mun Campus)
13/F, 8 On Muk Street, Shek Mun, Shatin, New Territories