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Last updated April, 2023
Language of Instruction
The Faculty of Business Administration offers Accountancy, Hotel and Tourism Management, Finance, Management and Marketing courses in English.
- Academic Year: August - May
- Semester 1: August - December
- Semester 2: January - May
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
- Minimum Course Load: 9 Units
- Maximum Course Load: 18 Units
Accommodation and the Cost of Living
Undergraduate exchange students are guaranteed in on-campus housing and are assigned to double or triple-occupancy rooms. Living with local students will ease the transition to a new environment and promote Chinese culture immersion. On-campus housing is assigned automatically; application is not required.
Estimated Cost of Living
- Please budget for HKD 42,000 per semester (2018-2019).
- Approximate cost of living at CUHK
Scholarships available for students going to Asia
Student Visa and Insurance
Information on Student Visas and Insurance for students going on exchange can be found elsewhere on this website.
The University, City and Region
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Faculty of Business Administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong is committed to providing a world-class education to young people who aspire to become future business leaders in a competitive and dynamic global economy. A leader in business education in the region, the Faculty provides top quality programmes of study through its two schools and four departments.
CUHK is located in the northwest end of Sha Tin, 30 minutes by train from downtown Kowloon and 20 minutes to the Lo Wu border, the Chinese University is celebrated for the beauty of her campus.
The City of Hong Kong and Region
Hong Kong is divided into four main areas-Kowloon, Hong Kong Island, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands. Kowloon and the New Territories are on a peninsula of the Chinese mainland, on the northern side of Victoria Harbour; Hong Kong Island is on the southern side of the harbour facing Kowloon; the Outlying Islands simply refers to any of the other 234 islands. The New Territories have a 20km land border with China proper.
The city itself is centred around Victoria Harbour. The main business district is Central, on Hong Kong Island. East of Central lies the Admiralty commercial district; Wan Chai, known for restaurants and clubs; then Causeway Bay, a major shopping area. Towering above it all is the Peak, Hong Kong's premier scenic outlook and residential district, which happily has plenty of public green space. In Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui (on the southern tip), Jordan and Yau Ma Tei are busy hotel and shopping areas, while Mong Kok is a bustling residential and shopping area.
Despite its British colonial past, Hong Kong has always stuck to its roots, and the culture beneath the glitz is pure Chinese.
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