HONG KONG: City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong, China
- Fall Semester - Early September - Late November
- Spring Semester - Mid January - Late April
- Fall Semester - March 1
- Spring Semester - October 1
Study Abroad Coordinator: Colleen Boyle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Spend the fall or spring semester studying at one of the top universities in Asia, located in the dynamic city-state of Hong Kong. City University of Hong Kong is a rapidly growing institution with 20,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and staff spanning the fields of business management, liberal arts and social sciences, science and engineering, creative media, energy and the environment, and law.
Undergraduate exchange students may take classes from any of CityU's colleges and schools: the College of Business, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, College of Science and Engineering, School of Creative Media, School of Energy and Environment, and School of Law. Students take four classes, typically worth 3-4 credits each. Please refer to the CityU course catalog for a full list of courses available to exchange students.
If you are interested in enrolling in a course not in our database, please send this course for evaluation.
Founded in 1984, CityU now has 3 Colleges and 4 Schools: College of Science and Engineering, College of Business, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, School of Creative Media, School of Energy and Environment, School of Law and School of Veterinary Medicine. Their curricula are designed to promote knowledge creation, original discoveries and innovative thinking by integrating learning and research on all levels of professional education.
As a modern, international university, CityU emphasizes diversity, intercultural learning and global vision. Their distinguished faculty are recruited from all over the world, including Hong Kong, North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. They have established an excellent international network for academic collaborations, and have developed agreements for staff/student exchange with more than 100 prestigious institutions from over 28 countries/jurisdictions.
The University has just completed an ambitious campus development project and has added 3 iconic buildings with a total of 60% new space to the campus. These premier facilities will further support their pioneering research and innovative programmes. International rankings place CityU at the 4th in the world's top 50 universities under 50 years of age and 12th in Asia, while their world ranking is currently placed at around the 100 mark.
- Full-time Northeastern student
- 3.0 GPA
- Sophomore standing or above
- Completed OISP Application
- Completed CityU exchange and hall applications
- Official Transcript
- Copy of Passport Photo ID Page
- Nomination from OISP
Please submit the following directly to OISP:
Fall 2014 or Spring 2015: $21,367
Includes: Northeastern University (NU) tuition for 16 NU credits ($21,267), and 24/7 worldwide emergency assistance ($100). Students are responsible for all other expenses, including housing and other non-academic costs for which they will be billed directly by the program provider or host institution. Students are also responsible for arranging and purchasing their own flights.
As an exchange student, you may apply for on-campus student residence. Applications should be made online when you apply for your exchange studies. Please note that there is no guarantee of accommodation in the student residence because of limited capacity. Exchange students may also arrange their own off-campus accommodation.
On-campus residences typically include the following:
- Close to the campus, accessible within walking distance
- 24-hour security and supervision
- Single or double furnished room with shared bathroom
- Self-help laundry facilities
- Computer room, music room and common room
For students who are looking for off-campus accommodation, please visit Housing Alternatives
Hong Kong is a unique meeting place for East and West, blending Chinese heritage, British colonial influences, high-tech modernity and Cantonese gusto. Hong Kong was a British colony until 1997 when it returned to China. Explore food, festivals and architecture, which integrate the East and West in perfect harmony... and experience how history has blended to create the vibrant, multicultural city of today. Hong Kong maintains close ties with the rest of China--it takes just one hour to travel to the closest mainland city by train. As the gateway to China, Hong Kong is also one of the world's largest recipients of foreign direct investments. The city has the world's freest economy and is seen as the world's 3rd leading financial center, after London and New York. The two official languages of Hong Kong are English and Chinese; most universities, including CityU, instruct primarily in English.