Greetings from the School of Energy and Environment (SEE), City University of Hong Kong (CityU)!
Please find below the information concerning the exchange programme for students interested in coming to CityU for exchange study.
To undertake exchange studies at CityU, students must satisfy ALL of the following requirements:
Apply through CityU's "Online Departmental Inbound Student Exchange Application System".
Students should submit their scanned applications together with all required documents via email to email@example.com.
Anyone who wants to study at City University of Hong Kong, and does not have the right of abode or the right to land in Hong Kong, must obtain a student visa or entry permit (the latter applies to students who are mainland Chinese) for study issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department before entering Hong Kong. For details, please refer to the following link of Global Services Office (GSO):
|Exchange Period||Online Application Period|
|Semester A, 2017/18 (September - December 2017)||1 April - 15 May 2017|
|Semester B, 2017/18 (January - May 2018)||1 September - 15 October 2017|
Provisional Academic Calendar:
(Provisional Academic Calendar 2017/18: http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/arro/ac_calendar.asp)
|Semester A||Semester B|
|Teaching||4 September – 2 December 2017||15 January – 28 April 2018|
|Examination||11 - 23 December 2017||7 – 19 May 2018|
All exchange students holding a student visa for full-time studies must observe the credit-unit load permitted for full-time exchange students. To fulfill this requirement, exchange students MUST register for at least 12 credit units BUT not more than 18 in a single semester.
Each course has been assigned a "level" to indicate the degree of academic difficulty associated with the course. Undergraduate exchange students are recommended to choose courses at Levels B1, B2, B3 and B4 specified in each course syllabus while postgraduate ones to choose courses at P5 and P6. However, the academic system of CityU may vary from those of exchange students' home universities. When making their study plans, students should seek academic advice from the advisors of their home universities.
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Units|
|GE1301||Climate Change and Extreme Weather||3||✔|
|GE1308||Energy: Today and Tomorrow||3||✔|
|GE1337||Urban Green City: Pollution and Solution||3||✔||✔|
|SEE2201||Introduction to Environmental Engineering||3||✔|
|SEE3001||Energy and Energy-related Environmental Policy||3||✔|
|SEE3002||Energy and Energy-related Environmental Economics||3||✔|
|SEE3101||Thermosciences for Energy Conversion II||4||✔|
|SEE3103||Energy Efficiency for Buildings||3||✔|
|SEE3104||Sustainable and Renewable Energy||3||✔|
|SEE3201||Atmospheric Science – An Introductory Survey||3||✔|
|SEE4001||Engineers in Society||3||✔|
|SEE4112||Energy Systems: Modelling and Analysis||3||✔|
|SEE4114||Bioenergy Engineering: Principles and Applications||3||✔|
|SEE4115||Energy Catalysis and Reaction Engineering||3||✔|
|SEE4116||Energy and Carbon Auditing||3||✔|
|SEE4117||Solar Energy Engineering||3||✔|
|SEE4213||An Introduction to Environmental Data Analysis||3||✔|
|SEE4217||Waste and Wastewater Treatment||3||✔|
|SEE4998||Special Project in Energy||6||✔||✔|
For post-graduate level courses, please refer to the curriculum of the Master programme here.
All exchange students must observe the Rules Governing Enrolment of Local and Non-local Students and complete the enrolment procedures at the Academic Regulations and Records Office (ARRO) Service Centre [Service Hours and Map] and obtain your student identity card as soon as you arrive at CityU.
After settling in, you should go to the International and Non-local Students section of the Global Services Office [contact info] to collect a Welcoming Folder in which an Enrolment Notification is included. Please make sure you complete the enrolment procedures by the end of Week 2 of Semester A, Semester B or the Summer Term as specified in our Academic Calendar.
The Student Identity Card is a personal identification document at CityU. It is required for access to various facilities on campus including the Library, Hu Fa Kuang Sports Centre and the Computing Services Centre.
The unified Electronic Identity (EID) of a student is a unique identifier used by the computer (or by an application running on it) to speedily retrieve information residing on one or more computer systems about a specific student. This unique EID will be reserved solely for that student during his/her studies at CityU. To learn more, please visit the website of Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO).
To get started, you must activate your EID at our e-Portal. For incoming exchange students, please use "EXGB" (for undergraduate students) or “EXGP” (for postgraduate students) as the Programme Code when you activate your EID.
Miss Vivian Kong
email:firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: 3442 4426