Summer Programme in Harbin, China and Vladivostok, Russia
龍港俄高校暑期課程營

Programme Overview

 

Host Institution
Harbin Institute of Technology, (HIT)
Destination
Harbin, China & Vladivostok, Russia
Tentative Programme Dates
29 June (Sat) - 28 July, 2019(Sun)
Quotas
6
Fees
HK$4,800

Remarks: Programme dates are subject to change without prior notice.

Programme Features

  • Multi-location programme: 2 weeks in Harbin, China and 2 weeks in Vladivostok, Russia;
  • Acquire information about the influences of Silk Road business in contemporary history, especially at the northern branch of the Silk Road;
  • Experience Russian culture through lectures, workshops and study visits;
  • Develop critical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal and multicultural communication skills; and
  • Increase students’ intercultural competency and cultural sensitivity that are useful skills transferable for career and personal development.

Programme Schedule

Please download the 2019 programme schedule here.
Remark: Programme schedule is subject to change without prior notice.

Application Requirements and Procedures

Application Period: 9 March (Sat) - 25 March (Mon)

Please apply through CRESDA and submit an online application form here before the application deadline.

Deadline
Actions
25 Mar (Mon)
Students complete CityU application form on CRESTA & Qualtrics
Students submit scanned copy of the following travel documents
- HKSAR Passport
- Mainland Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macau Residents
All travel documents MUST fulfil the requirements state here
3 Apr (Wed)
Qualified applicants will receive further instructions from CityU
5 Apr (Fri)
Students submit the following supplementary documents
- MSU application form
- Undertaking consent form
Jun
Student must complete the following before departure
- Receive a student visa issued by Russian Embassy
- Attend all compulsory pre-departure briefing session(s)
- Purchase your own travel insurance and submit a copy to GEO

 

Enquiry

Global Engagement Office
Tel:     3442 8089
Email: geoins@cityu.edu.hk