CityU students taking GE courses offered by HKBU

 

Courses offered by HKBU in Semester 1, 2017/18*

To view the course syllabi, please click here: Course Syllabus for CityU students

Course Code Course Title Section No. Date & Time Classroom
Corresponding to Area 1 at CityU
GCHC1057 Chinese Pupolar Music: Its Cultural and Musical Meanings 00001 Tue 08:30-11:20
To be announced
GCVM1045      Matters of Life and Death      Required Lecture 
00001 Tue 08:30-10:20
00002 Fri 08:30-10:20
Required Tutorial 
10101 Tue 10:30-11:20
10201 Fri 10:30-11:20
GDAR1005         Chinese Knight-errant Heroism and the Modern World         Required Lecture 
00001 Tue 13:30-15:20
00002 Wed 15:30-17:20
Required Tutorial 
10101 Thu 17:30-18:20
10102 Thu 13:30-14:20
10201 Tue 10:30-11:20
10202 Tue 11:30-12:20
10203 Tue 15:30-16:20
GDAR1046 Experiencing and Exploring Music in Hong Kong 00001 Thu 12:30-15:20
GDCV1046 Aesthetics of the Young 00001 Fri 14:30-17:20
GDCV1085  Exploring Drawing 00001 Wed 09:30-12:20
00002 Mon 15:30-18:20
GDCV1086 From Kitchen to Table: Ceramics and Food Culture^ 00001 Fri 08:30-11:20
GDCV1096  Seeing Through Glass: How It Creates Our World  00001 Fri 14:30-17:20
00002 Mon 12:30-15:20
GDCV1106 Product Design Basics 00001 Tue 09:30-12:20
GDCV1115  Understanding Photography  00001 Tue 09:30-12:20
00002 Tue 13:30-16:20
GDAR1835 IGE Music, Mind, and Human Experience 00001 Tue 15:30-18:20
GDAR1926 IGE Service Leadership and Meaning of Life and Death 00001 Thu 14:30-17:20
GDAR1947    IGE  Human Nature Through Poets’ Eyes    Required Lecture 
00001 Wed 11:30-13:20
Required Tutorial 
10001 Tue 14:30-15:20
Course Code Course Title Section No. Date & Time Classroom
Corresponding to Area 2 at CityU
GCHC1036 Tackling Popular Misconceptions about Chinese History and Civilization 00001 Mon 08:30-11:20
To be announced
GDBU1025 Economic Indicators and Business Decisions^ 00001 Mon 12:30-15:20
GDBU1027 Macroeconomic Policies and the Economy 00001 Thu 15:30-18:20
GDBU1077 Social Entrepreneurship: Opportunities to Change the World 00001 Mon 12:30-15:20
GAR1876/ GDSS1876 IGE Psychology of Positive Livings 00001 Mon 12:30-15:20
GDBU1937/GDSS1937 IGE Improving Mental Health for University Success 00001 Wed 08:30-11:20
GDSS1926 IGE Service Leadership and Meaning of Life and Death 00001 Thu 14:30-17:20
GDSS1947    IGE Human Nature Through Poets’ Eyes    Required Lecture 
00001 Wed 11:30-13:20
Required Tutorial 
10001 Tue 14:30-15:20
Course Code Course Title Section No. Date & Time Classroom
Corresponding to Area 3 at CityU
GDSC1835 IGE Music, Mind, and Human Experience 00001 Tue 15:30-18:20
To be announced

* Application for courses outside of the above list will NOT be accepted for processing. Availability of courses are subject to change without prior notice. # The quota reserved for CityU students in the scheme will be reallocated to HKBU students if any quota remain. ^ CityU students who successfully enrolled in these courses are required to pay the material fees (GDCV1085 & GDCV1086: $100). IGE Interdisciplinary courses will be listed for two areas of learning. Students can decide which area they would like the course to fulfill by choosing the corresponding course code. The quota for the course will be shared by both course codes.

Application Procedures & Details

Aug 2017
  • Fill in the application form and approval form;
  • Submit the 2 forms to the Office of Education Development and Gateway Education (EDGE) of CityU for approval and processing.
Download the updated Application Form (Forms will be available in the next round of application)
Download the Approval Form
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End of Aug 2017
  • Release of result – Students will be informed by HKBU through email. Students are required to acknowledge the acceptance of the offer by email.
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4 Sep 2017
  • Semester starts.
  • Requests for dropping a course should be submitted to HKBU on or before 15 Sep 2017 in written format. Late applications will not be entertained.
Download Course Drop Form

Important Information to Note

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  1. Students admitted to a course will be officially registered as a visiting/special student in a specific programme of study at HKBU. Student ID card will be issued for purposes including identification, access to the library, as well as access to the Learning Commons, a well-equipped study area. Their study at HKBU will not lead to a degree or other awards.
  2. Students are required to participate fully in the course, which includes completion of coursework and examinations, if applicable.
  3. Unless otherwise stated, waiver of fees will be granted to students. Students are not entitled to any financial awards or assistance offered by HKBU.
  4. During the study at HKBU, students should observe both the rules and regulations prescribed by HKBU and CityU.
  1. Upon completion of a course, students will be able to check their course grade on the internal cyber port system of HKBU (BUniPort).
  2. A transcript will be issued to students free of charge and send to EDGE first. ARRO will record the grade result obtained in the student record and will forward the original transcript to the students in due course.
  1. All the credits gained can be counted as fulfilling the University’s requirements for undergraduate degree studies unless otherwise specified by the department.
  2. The decision as to how the grades should be used and whether credit transfer will be granted is the sole discretion of CityU.
  1. HKBU Academic Calendar 2017/18: http://ar.hkbu.edu.hk/file/12
  2. HKBU Bulletin 2017/18: (TBC)
  3. University Cyber Port System (BUniPort): https://buniport.hkbu.edu.hk/
  4. HKBU Campus Map: http://ar.hkbu.edu.hk/curr/location_classrooms_campus_map/

Enquiries

General Education Office (GEO), Hong Kong Baptist University
Phone: 3411-6478 Virginia Lo
Email: ge@hkbu.edu.hk
Address: AAB805, 8/F, Academic & Administration Building, Baptist University Road Campus, Kowloon Tong
Website: http://ge.hkbu.edu.hk/
Office of Education Development and Gateway Education (EDGE), City University of Hong Kong
Phone: 3442-5746
Email: edge@cityu.edu.hk
Address: Room 6400, 6/F, Mong Man-wai Building, No. 83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Website: http://www.cityu.edu.hk/edge/