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The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

• Found in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is developed as a world class university which is ranked 46th in the world and 6th in Asia based on the QS World University Rankings in2014.

• The new campus in Shenzhen is modeled after CUHK, which is a forward-looking comprehensive research university with a global vision.

• CHUK’s mission is to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West.

• CUHK Shenzhentakes the initiative to extend the core educational philosophy and values of CUHK to Mainland China.

• It brings together considerable educational and research resources of Hong Kong and Mainland China to provide high quality education for top talents from China and aboard.

CUHK Shenzhen is newly built campus (established in 2014) and offers programmes which are in line with global trends of higher education and keep the high education equivalent with CUHK. After 4 years study, graduates in Shenzhen will be award with CUHK degrees.

• Top University Rank (Top.51 in World, Top.6 in Asian from QS University ranking 2015)

• CUHK degree (No CUHK Shenzhen degree, only CUHK degree)

• Top tier Faculty (some of professors recruited from CUHK, some of them recruited globally )

• High Scholarship for International Students (more than 40% of our international students got scholarship last year, we offer full tuition, 50% tuition, 25% tuition scholarship to international students)

• International Exchange Programmes (partner Universities: Cambridge University, UCL, University of British Colombia, etc)

• Internship Programmes (Internship programmes signed with HUAWEI, Bank of China, Construction China Bank, etc )

Shenzhen is a 45-minute drive away from Hong Kong and is developing into a key regional and international metropolis in merely 30 years.CUHK Shenzhen is located in the picturesque Dayun Park of Shenzhen, which was the site of the 26th Universiade.

English is the primary instruction language and the University nurtures an international environment.

Top tier teaching staff is recruited globally which ensures an internationalized academic environment.

In addition to a commitment to academic excellence, CUHK Shenzhen places emphasis on humanistic education and Chinese cultural heritage across major disciplines.

A collegiate system is also modelled after CUHK to promote the all-round development of students.

Eligible international student applicants must hold a passport from a country other than Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.

PROGRAMS EXCHANGE
• CUHK’s first student exchange program was launched in 1965 with the University of California. Since then, student exchange programs have been established with over 230 institutions, including universities, research institutes, centers of learning, governmental agencies and regional and international associations of higher learning.

• As a leading international university, CUHK is a member of the Worldwide University Network, a founding member of the Asia Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE), and a number of other key educational bodies.

STUDYING AT CUHK
• With an emphasis on bilingualism, general education, unique collegiate life and an international environment that promotes a global outlook, and a campus being planned in the picturesque and vibrant high-tech area in Longgang District of Shenzhen, CUHK(SZ) is going to be the top choice for students and their parents regionally, nationally and internationally.

• Capitalizing on CUHK’s established strengths in a number of academic disciplines, academic programmes to be offered by CUHK(SZ) are in line with global trends of higher education and are adapted to the industrial, economic, social and cultural development on the Mainland.

• These programmes are regularly reviewed and their quality checked by the Senate of CUHK to ensure their fitness for the purposes of imparting cutting-edge knowledge and training first-class scholars and professionals.

WHY STUDYING AT CUHK?

Academic Qualifications and Degrees

The quality assurance standard for degrees in CUHK will be adopted and the Senate of CUHK will be responsible for the approval and monitoring of programmes offered by CUHK(SZ).

CUHK Degrees will be conferred on CUHK(SZ) students who have fulfilled the requirements of the respective academic programmes.

In addition, CUHK(SZ) Graduation Certificates will be awarded to students who have completed their studies and met the graduation requirements stipulated by MoE.

Bilingual Education and Internationalization

Instruction in CUHK(SZ) will be bilingual (Chinese and English).

Emphasis will be placed on language and communication ability, nurturing students as future leaders and talents who are international in outlook.

Academic staff and students will be recruited globally. Internationally renowned scholars who share the values and philosophy of CUHK will teach at CUHK(SZ) and steer its development.

College System

Building on the tradition of CUHK, Colleges will be established in CUHK(SZ) as congenial communities to provide a vibrant living-learning environment for students.

Co-curricular and experiential learning opportunities offered by the Colleges serve to nurture students’ interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity, build up their sense of social responsibility, and allow students to pursue whole-person development through a wide range of activities.

Pastoral care will also be provided for students in need.

General Education

As a key component of undergraduate studies at CUHK and an integral part of a balanced approach to whole-person education, the General Education (GE) curriculum of CUHK(SZ) combines Chinese humanistic ideals and western liberal arts contents, including a Foundation module which is mandatory for all undergraduate students.

The GE Programme engages students in reflections on perennial issues of human concerns through reading of original texts of lasting significance

INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
CUHK welcomes International Students and student group from partner institutions to join together for various studies, research and cultural experience internships.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
The following undergraduate programmes will admit international students in 2016:
1. School of Management and Economics (SME)
Economics
Global Business Studies
Marketing and Communication
Finance
Professional Accountancy

2. School of Science and Engineering (SSE)
Statistics
Computer science and Engineering
Electronic information and Engineering
New Energy Science and Engineering
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

3. School of Humanities and Social Science (SHSS)
Translations
These programs are subjected to approval by the Ministry Of P.R China.
TUITION AND EXPENSES
RMB Y 95000 ($ 15000 USD) Per academic year

Monthly estimated expenses:
Approximately RMB Y 1500 ($ 235 USD) per month including meals, transportation, entertainment and miscellaneous
4 year on campus Housing

Scholarship for International Students (For 2016 Entry)
To encourage academic excellence, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen offers an expanding range of scholarships to international students. The Scholarships could be categorized as following:

Admission Scholarship
1. All international applicants will automatically be considered for the admission scholarship along with admission decisions.
2. Consideration will be based on applicants’ English level, high school academic performance and interview.
3. Candidates may be asked to submit further supporting materials regarding financial circumstances.

• Full Tuition Fee Scholarship
• 50% Tuition Fee Scholarship
• 25% Tuition Fee Scholarship

On-going Academic Scholarship
• Students, who are excellent in academic performance in their university study, will be awarded On-going Academic Scholarship.
• The value of the scholarships varies from 20.000 RMB to 80.000 RMB per academic year.
• On-going Academic Scholarship are awarded annually on the basis of students’ overall average marks in the previous academic year. Awards list will be provided by relevant Schools and Registry Office.
• No separate application is required.

• 1st Class: Rs 800 000
• 2ndClass: Rs 400 000
• 3rdClass: Rs 200 000

English Language Mentor Bursary
Students from English speaking countries who choose to undertake the Mentorship programmes will be offered the Full Tuition Fee Bursaries at maximum.
All the awards should serve as English Language Mentor at Centre for Self-access Language Learning for several hours per week.

• Full Tuition Fee Bursary (8 hours per week)
• 50% Tuition Fee Bursary (4 hours per week)

All international students will automatically be considered for the admission scholarship along with admissions decision. Considerations will be based on applicant’s English level, high school academic performance and an interview. Candidates may be asked to submit further supporting materials.

LIFE AT CUHK SHENZEN
As a CUHK student, you will find a lot of things to do in your spare time, apart from your study.
Student Societies:

• Music
• Sports
• YIQIU Chess club
• Film club
• Chinese Calligraphy

Sports Exercises:

• Huge indoor basketball court
• Indoor badminton courts
• Weight lifting
• Cardio gym

Events and Activities:

• Film festival
• Peking opera performance
• Halloween Party

Facilities and Resources
The university provides various facilities and services for the convenience of students, and to make campus life more amenable, diverse, and pleasurable.

Campus
While the campus of CUHK(SZ) is constructed in phases, the Start Up Zone which has already been completed, provides the followings:
Dining Hall
Student Hostel
Convenience Store
Sports facilities
Student Centre
IT Services
24 Hours ATM Services

Dining Hall
A dining facility which comes in two levels, situates at the northern end of the campus, with Level 1 opens in August 2014 and Level 2 is expected to be open by 2015.

The Dining Hall serves both Chinese and Western dishes according to demands, and will meet diverse requirements of staff and students as far as possible.

A Dining Hall Committee consisting of student and staff representatives will be formed to monitor the food quality and the services provided, with particular emphasis on hygiene and food safety.

Satisfaction surveys will be conducted from time to time and on a regular basis.

Student Hostel

Hostel experience is a core part of students’ campus life. Each hostel room is shared by four students, and is equipped with:

● a bathroom (with shower)
● beds (with mattresses)
● closets
● desks and chairs
● air-conditioner and fan
● water dispenser

The following communal facilities are available on all floors:

● self-service coin-operated washing machines
● seminar/activities rooms
● office of the resident tutor

It is expected that all students will reside in one of the colleges on campus by September 2016 upon completion of Phase one development.

Details of facilities available will be announced in due course.

Convenience Store

A Convenience Store is operated on campus to provide daily necessities including food, beverages, bread, snacks, personal care products and stationery, ect.

Sports Facilities

To enrich university life and cultivate students’ interests in sports, the university offers a stand-alone indoor stadium on its Start Up Zone campus.

The Sports Centre is equipped with a range of sports facilities, including basketball/ badminton courts, table tennis room, dance room and fitness room, etc.

A wider variety of sports facilities will be provided upon completion of Phase One and Phase Two of the campus.

Student Centre

The Student Centre aims at adding extra dimensions to students’ life on campus.

Various activities rooms including seminar/meeting rooms, TV rooms, reading rooms, piano room, band rehearsal room as well as games room are available in the Centre.

Offices for the Student Union and other student organisations are also provided.

The Student Affairs Office which offers a wide range of student services including counselling and guidance services is accommodated in the Centre.

IT Services

The Information Technology Services Centre (ITSC) is a technical administration unit to oversee and manage IT resources and infrastructures on campus.

It provides the following services and facilities to the campus community:

  1. All members of the university including students will each be provided with a unique user ID and an initial password for identity authentication for access to the University’s Central IT services which includes the Portal, email, network and Internet access.
  2. In the Computer Centre and Information Commons of the Library, over 100 computers are provided with internet access.
  3. Internet access on campus will be provided by ITSC while the student hostels will be served by outside providers.
  4. Wireless Internet Access Services will be provided in all major buildings on campus and marked “Wi-Fi Covered”.
  5. Printing Services are provided both in the Computer Centre and in the Library.
  6. Photo Copying Service and Scan Service are provided in the Library.
  7. Training workshops, web-based training courses and online training materials are available to equip students and staff with knowledge in software applications as well as information security.
    For more information, visit the ITSC website or attend training sessions organised by ITSC.

24 Hours ATM Services

ATM of Bank of China (from October 2014) and China Citic Bank (from September 2014) will be available on campus.

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The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

• Found in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is developed as a world class university which is ranked 46th in the world and 6th in Asia based on the QS World University Rankings in2014.

• The new campus in Shenzhen is modeled after CUHK, which is a forward-looking comprehensive research university with a global vision.

• CHUK’s mission is to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West.

• CUHK Shenzhentakes the initiative to extend the core educational philosophy and values of CUHK to Mainland China.

• It brings together considerable educational and research resources of Hong Kong and Mainland China to provide high quality education for top talents from China and aboard.

CUHK Shenzhen is newly built campus (established in 2014) and offers programmes which are in line with global trends of higher education and keep the high education equivalent with CUHK. After 4 years study, graduates in Shenzhen will be award with CUHK degrees.

• Top University Rank (Top.51 in World, Top.6 in Asian from QS University ranking 2015)

• CUHK degree (No CUHK Shenzhen degree, only CUHK degree)

• Top tier Faculty (some of professors recruited from CUHK, some of them recruited globally )

• High Scholarship for International Students (more than 40% of our international students got scholarship last year, we offer full tuition, 50% tuition, 25% tuition scholarship to international students)

• International Exchange Programmes (partner Universities: Cambridge University, UCL, University of British Colombia, etc)

• Internship Programmes (Internship programmes signed with HUAWEI, Bank of China, Construction China Bank, etc )

Shenzhen is a 45-minute drive away from Hong Kong and is developing into a key regional and international metropolis in merely 30 years.CUHK Shenzhen is located in the picturesque Dayun Park of Shenzhen, which was the site of the 26th Universiade.

English is the primary instruction language and the University nurtures an international environment.

Top tier teaching staff is recruited globally which ensures an internationalized academic environment.

In addition to a commitment to academic excellence, CUHK Shenzhen places emphasis on humanistic education and Chinese cultural heritage across major disciplines.

A collegiate system is also modelled after CUHK to promote the all-round development of students.

Eligible international student applicants must hold a passport from a country other than Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.

PROGRAMS EXCHANGE
• CUHK’s first student exchange program was launched in 1965 with the University of California. Since then, student exchange programs have been established with over 230 institutions, including universities, research institutes, centers of learning, governmental agencies and regional and international associations of higher learning.

• As a leading international university, CUHK is a member of the Worldwide University Network, a founding member of the Asia Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE), and a number of other key educational bodies.

STUDYING AT CUHK
• With an emphasis on bilingualism, general education, unique collegiate life and an international environment that promotes a global outlook, and a campus being planned in the picturesque and vibrant high-tech area in Longgang District of Shenzhen, CUHK(SZ) is going to be the top choice for students and their parents regionally, nationally and internationally.

• Capitalizing on CUHK’s established strengths in a number of academic disciplines, academic programmes to be offered by CUHK(SZ) are in line with global trends of higher education and are adapted to the industrial, economic, social and cultural development on the Mainland.

• These programmes are regularly reviewed and their quality checked by the Senate of CUHK to ensure their fitness for the purposes of imparting cutting-edge knowledge and training first-class scholars and professionals.

WHY STUDYING AT CUHK?

Academic Qualifications and Degrees

The quality assurance standard for degrees in CUHK will be adopted and the Senate of CUHK will be responsible for the approval and monitoring of programmes offered by CUHK(SZ).

CUHK Degrees will be conferred on CUHK(SZ) students who have fulfilled the requirements of the respective academic programmes.

In addition, CUHK(SZ) Graduation Certificates will be awarded to students who have completed their studies and met the graduation requirements stipulated by MoE.

Bilingual Education and Internationalization

Instruction in CUHK(SZ) will be bilingual (Chinese and English).

Emphasis will be placed on language and communication ability, nurturing students as future leaders and talents who are international in outlook.

Academic staff and students will be recruited globally. Internationally renowned scholars who share the values and philosophy of CUHK will teach at CUHK(SZ) and steer its development.

College System

Building on the tradition of CUHK, Colleges will be established in CUHK(SZ) as congenial communities to provide a vibrant living-learning environment for students.

Co-curricular and experiential learning opportunities offered by the Colleges serve to nurture students’ interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity, build up their sense of social responsibility, and allow students to pursue whole-person development through a wide range of activities.

Pastoral care will also be provided for students in need.

General Education

As a key component of undergraduate studies at CUHK and an integral part of a balanced approach to whole-person education, the General Education (GE) curriculum of CUHK(SZ) combines Chinese humanistic ideals and western liberal arts contents, including a Foundation module which is mandatory for all undergraduate students.

The GE Programme engages students in reflections on perennial issues of human concerns through reading of original texts of lasting significance

INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
CUHK welcomes International Students and student group from partner institutions to join together for various studies, research and cultural experience internships.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
The following undergraduate programmes will admit international students in 2016:
1. School of Management and Economics (SME)
Economics
Global Business Studies
Marketing and Communication
Finance
Professional Accountancy

2. School of Science and Engineering (SSE)
Statistics
Computer science and Engineering
Electronic information and Engineering
New Energy Science and Engineering
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

3. School of Humanities and Social Science (SHSS)
Translations
These programs are subjected to approval by the Ministry Of P.R China.
TUITION AND EXPENSES
RMB Y 95000 ($ 15000 USD) Per academic year

Monthly estimated expenses:
Approximately RMB Y 1500 ($ 235 USD) per month including meals, transportation, entertainment and miscellaneous
4 year on campus Housing

Scholarship for International Students (For 2016 Entry)
To encourage academic excellence, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen offers an expanding range of scholarships to international students. The Scholarships could be categorized as following:

Admission Scholarship
1. All international applicants will automatically be considered for the admission scholarship along with admission decisions.
2. Consideration will be based on applicants’ English level, high school academic performance and interview.
3. Candidates may be asked to submit further supporting materials regarding financial circumstances.

• Full Tuition Fee Scholarship
• 50% Tuition Fee Scholarship
• 25% Tuition Fee Scholarship

On-going Academic Scholarship
• Students, who are excellent in academic performance in their university study, will be awarded On-going Academic Scholarship.
• The value of the scholarships varies from 20.000 RMB to 80.000 RMB per academic year.
• On-going Academic Scholarship are awarded annually on the basis of students’ overall average marks in the previous academic year. Awards list will be provided by relevant Schools and Registry Office.
• No separate application is required.

• 1st Class: Rs 800 000
• 2ndClass: Rs 400 000
• 3rdClass: Rs 200 000

English Language Mentor Bursary
Students from English speaking countries who choose to undertake the Mentorship programmes will be offered the Full Tuition Fee Bursaries at maximum.
All the awards should serve as English Language Mentor at Centre for Self-access Language Learning for several hours per week.

• Full Tuition Fee Bursary (8 hours per week)
• 50% Tuition Fee Bursary (4 hours per week)

All international students will automatically be considered for the admission scholarship along with admissions decision. Considerations will be based on applicant’s English level, high school academic performance and an interview. Candidates may be asked to submit further supporting materials.

LIFE AT CUHK SHENZEN
As a CUHK student, you will find a lot of things to do in your spare time, apart from your study.
Student Societies:

• Music
• Sports
• YIQIU Chess club
• Film club
• Chinese Calligraphy

Sports Exercises:

• Huge indoor basketball court
• Indoor badminton courts
• Weight lifting
• Cardio gym

Events and Activities:

• Film festival
• Peking opera performance
• Halloween Party

Facilities and Resources
The university provides various facilities and services for the convenience of students, and to make campus life more amenable, diverse, and pleasurable.

Campus
While the campus of CUHK(SZ) is constructed in phases, the Start Up Zone which has already been completed, provides the followings:
Dining Hall
Student Hostel
Convenience Store
Sports facilities
Student Centre
IT Services
24 Hours ATM Services

Dining Hall
A dining facility which comes in two levels, situates at the northern end of the campus, with Level 1 opens in August 2014 and Level 2 is expected to be open by 2015.

The Dining Hall serves both Chinese and Western dishes according to demands, and will meet diverse requirements of staff and students as far as possible.

A Dining Hall Committee consisting of student and staff representatives will be formed to monitor the food quality and the services provided, with particular emphasis on hygiene and food safety.

Satisfaction surveys will be conducted from time to time and on a regular basis.

Student Hostel

Hostel experience is a core part of students’ campus life. Each hostel room is shared by four students, and is equipped with:

● a bathroom (with shower)
● beds (with mattresses)
● closets
● desks and chairs
● air-conditioner and fan
● water dispenser

The following communal facilities are available on all floors:

● self-service coin-operated washing machines
● seminar/activities rooms
● office of the resident tutor

It is expected that all students will reside in one of the colleges on campus by September 2016 upon completion of Phase one development.

Details of facilities available will be announced in due course.

Convenience Store

A Convenience Store is operated on campus to provide daily necessities including food, beverages, bread, snacks, personal care products and stationery, ect.

Sports Facilities

To enrich university life and cultivate students’ interests in sports, the university offers a stand-alone indoor stadium on its Start Up Zone campus.

The Sports Centre is equipped with a range of sports facilities, including basketball/ badminton courts, table tennis room, dance room and fitness room, etc.

A wider variety of sports facilities will be provided upon completion of Phase One and Phase Two of the campus.

Student Centre

The Student Centre aims at adding extra dimensions to students’ life on campus.

Various activities rooms including seminar/meeting rooms, TV rooms, reading rooms, piano room, band rehearsal room as well as games room are available in the Centre.

Offices for the Student Union and other student organisations are also provided.

The Student Affairs Office which offers a wide range of student services including counselling and guidance services is accommodated in the Centre.

IT Services

The Information Technology Services Centre (ITSC) is a technical administration unit to oversee and manage IT resources and infrastructures on campus.

It provides the following services and facilities to the campus community:

  1. All members of the university including students will each be provided with a unique user ID and an initial password for identity authentication for access to the University’s Central IT services which includes the Portal, email, network and Internet access.
  2. In the Computer Centre and Information Commons of the Library, over 100 computers are provided with internet access.
  3. Internet access on campus will be provided by ITSC while the student hostels will be served by outside providers.
  4. Wireless Internet Access Services will be provided in all major buildings on campus and marked “Wi-Fi Covered”.
  5. Printing Services are provided both in the Computer Centre and in the Library.
  6. Photo Copying Service and Scan Service are provided in the Library.
  7. Training workshops, web-based training courses and online training materials are available to equip students and staff with knowledge in software applications as well as information security.
    For more information, visit the ITSC website or attend training sessions organised by ITSC.

24 Hours ATM Services

ATM of Bank of China (from October 2014) and China Citic Bank (from September 2014) will be available on campus.

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