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The Chinese University of Hong Kong will hold their International Summer School (ISS) 2014

Posted by on February 24th, 2014 · 2014, Arts and Social Science, Business, Engineering, Medicine, Short courses, Student Exchange, UNSW Partner Institution, UNSW Winter Break

The Chinese University of Hong Kong will hold their International Summer School (ISS) 2014 fromĀ 30 June to 4 August.

The ISS provides an opportunity for students to internationalize themselves while gaining professional growth at CUHK, to appreciate Asian cultures firsthand and to make friends with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. In 2013 summer, about 650 students attended the programme; 70% of them came from 36 countries/regions around the world. They made the programme truly international!

At the ISS, courses are taught by outstanding academics from CUHK and prestigious overseas universities. This summer, in addition to Chinese language (Putonghua and Cantonese) courses, courses in business, Chinese medicine, engineering, environmental studies, humanities and social science will be offered. Many of them will focus on the Asian or Chinese perspective.

After completion of the ISS, native English-speaking students may join a volunteer teaching programme in mainland China (Website:

To know more about the ISS 2014, please visit the website at or download a programme leaflet at


How to Apply:

This program is administered as an intensive exchange program. UNSW students who would like to apply must complete the UNSW GEP Application and the Intensive Transfer of Credit Form (in order to receive credit for the course) and return to


Application Deadline:

Monday April 7th 2014. Students successful in securing a place will complete a secondary application for CUHK.

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