香港浸會大學 Hong Kong Baptist University
Enrichment Courses (Non-credit bearing) First Semester of 2015/16 Application Period: 13 – 30 April 2015

Course Duration

Enrichment courses will be offered between 22 January and 14 / 21 April 2018 (Week 1 to Week 11 / 12).

Sponsorship of Course Fee

Full sponsorship of the enrichment course fee will be granted to students who attend ALL sessions of the course(s). Please refer to MyBU-Study for details of course fee.

Application for Enrichment Courses (Non-credit bearing)

Interested students should submit their application through the Online Application from 13 November to 8 December 2017.  The course fee should be settled by cash* or cheque** payable to “Hong Kong Baptist University” to the Academic Registry Services Section on 13/F, Shek Mun Campus on or before 15 December 2017 (Friday) 5:30pm.  Applications will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis. Your application will not be processed if the payment is not received by the deadline.

*Payment by cash: $1000 note will not be accepted.
**Payment by cheque: Please write down your name, student number, contact number and course code on the back of the cheque.

Enrolment Results

Enrolment results will be released together with the first semester timetable via MyBU-Study on 17 January 2018.  The College’s decision regarding class allocation is final.  No adding/dropping of the course is allowed once you have submitted the application.

For enquiries, please contact the Academic Registry Services Section at Kowloon Tong Campus (Tel: 3411 3366) or Shek Mun Campus (Tel: 3411 3022).

English Enrichment Courses Non-JUPAS Training Workshop for University Application

IELTS Preparation Module I and II
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS), is a globally recognised test that students may need to take if they wish to further their education in English-speaking countries. Many employers also consider the test a reliable indicator of a student's level of English proficiency when they make employment decisions.

These courses provide comprehensive training in the four major components of the test: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will be given instructions on exam techniques, language review, and hands-on practice in a cooperative learning environment. Most students having completed the course find themselves much better equipped for taking the test. As an added incentive, CIE students will also have the option of taking the test on campus.

CIE IELTS Preparation Course & Sponsorship Fund

Mathematics Enrichment Courses Mathematics Enrichment Course (For GECR1301)

This course aims to raise students’ interest and confidence in taking the General Education course GECR1301 Mathematics in Everyday Life. It also helps to enhance students’ basic Mathematical concepts and skills for future studies.

Mathematics Enrichment Course (For GECR1302)

This course aims to raise students’ interest and confidence in taking the General Education course GECR1302 Understanding Statistical Data. It also helps to enhance students’ basic Mathematical concepts and skills for future studies.

English Enrichment Courses Non-JUPAS Training Workshop for University Application

Cantonese in Daily Life生活粵語
This course aims to help Putonghua speakers in achieving some competency in Cantonese for everyday communication. The course is designed to help students in the phonetic patterns, sentence structure and vocabulary of Cantonese with focus on the linguistic differences between Putonghua as a language and Cantonese as a dialect in Hong Kong daily conversation.

本科目旨在訓練初學者能夠運用粵語作日常傳意。課程包括教授語音知識,口語句子結構,以擴大粵語的詞匯量。本課程的設計也著重香港日常交際談話中普通話與粵語的差異,以助提升學生應用粵語交流的能力,為日後學習奠下基礎。