03 Mar 2020 Issue no .164
   
Study Opportunities

  • Taught Postgraduate Programmes – JC School of Public Health and Primary Care
  • M.Sc. Programme in Electronic Engineering: Application open for 2020-2021
  • The Nethersole School of Nursing Programmes

Taught Postgraduate Programmes – JC School of Public Health and Primary Care

Programme Details

We offer the following full-time and part-time taught postgraduate programmes:

  • Master of Public Health (Full-time/ Part-time)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health (Part-time)            
  • Master of Science in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Full-time/ Part-time)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Part-time)
  • Master of Science in Health Services Management (Part-time)

For more details, please click here

Information Session

Date & Time: 21 Mar (Sat) 3:00pm
Venue: Online Zoom Webinar (Details will be announced in due course)

For reservation, please click here

Online Application

Please click here

Application Deadlines

Full-time Programmes
Final Round: 1 May

Part-time Programmes
Priority Round: 15 Apr
Final Round: 31 May

Enquiry

JC School of Public Health and Primary Care
Tel: 2252 8434
Email: sph_tpg@cuhk.edu.hk 
Website: Please click here

 


M.Sc. Programme in Electronic Engineering: Application open for 2020-2021

Application Deadline

16 Mar

Application procedures 

Please click here

Programme Details

The Division of Electronic Engineering is inviting enrolments from prospective students for its Master of Science Programme for academic year 2020-2021.

Continuous professional development is essential to electronic engineers to open new doors and to excel at work. This is what we want to offer in our Master's Degree programme.  

The M.Sc. Programme in Electronic Engineering is wide in coverage and allows students to choose freely according to their aspirations and interests. It includes advanced subjects in areas of solid-state devices, photonics, fiber network, video technology, VLSI, bioelectronics and Intellectual Property Management (IPM).

Students can take at most two courses from other M.Sc. Programmes within the Faculty of Engineering. Full-time mode students are also allowed to take other day time postgraduate courses offered by the Department of Electronic Engineering.

Students will engage with our research laboratories, working with research postgraduate students on a specific engineering project under supervision of a faculty member.

Normative study period

Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years

Admission requirements 

Students with a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering and Computer Engineering may be admitted to this Programme. Students with a first degree in other fields such as Physics and Mechanical Engineering may also be considered provided that they have some experience and background in electronic engineering. The entrance requirements of the graduate school must also be satisfied. 

Scholarship 

Admission Scholarship
The following scholarships will be awarded to newly admitted students with exceptional academic standing.

  • Department Admission Scholarship
  • George Chung Scholarship for M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering
  • Victor Ng Scholarship for M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering

Graduation Scholarship 
Top three Graduating students of the MSc Programme in Electronic Engineering with an accumulated GPA of 3.5 or above attained in one year, or have attained academic merit on completion of an outstanding MSc project dissertation will be awarded one of the following Graduation Scholarships. 

  • Department Graduation Scholarship
  • Bright Future Charitable Foundation Scholarship for M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering
  • Dr. Alan Lam Scholarship for M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering

Enquiry 

Graduate Division of Electronic Engineering
Tel: 3943 8249
Email: mscinfo@ee.cuhk.edu.hk
Website: Please click here

 


The Nethersole School of Nursing Programmes

Doctor of Nursing Programme

Information Seminars

(with Consultative Sessions)

 

Date: 6 Mar (Fri)
Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm
The link for online seminar will be sent to registrants by email.

Date: 14 Mar (Sat)
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am
The link for online seminar will be sent to registrants by email.

To register for the above information seminars, please click here

Programme Description

The Doctor of Nursing Programme (DNurs) is practice-focused, and students are required to complete 42 units of courses and an Advanced Nursing Practice (ANP) project. This programme is designed to prepare master's-prepared nurse clinicians and executive leaders for the highest level of clinical practice to improve health and healthcare outcomes, and to translate research into practice. Our students are expected to build on their existing knowledge to develop advanced clinical and leadership expertise in dealing with complex health conditions across the continuum of care.

Mode of Study

Part-time: 4 years

Admissions Requirements

 

  • Have a Master of Nursing degree or equivalent from a recognised university;
  • Be a registered nurse and normally possess at least two years of post-registration experience;  
  • Fulfil the English Language Proficiency Requirement stipulated by the Graduate School of CUHK (please click here for details); and
  • Attend an interview (if necessary).

Application Deadline

End of April (every year)
1st round: 29 Feb
2nd round: 30 Apr

Enquiry

Tel: 3943 3512
Email: dn@nur.cuhk.edu.hk

Website

Please click here

Online Application

Please click here

Master of Nursing Programme (2-year part-time)

Programme Description

The Master of Nursing Programme is a clinically-based programme aiming to equip graduate nurses with the knowledge and competencies to incorporate theories and concepts of nursing science and the leadership and management skills into advanced nursing practice in a clinical specialty. The programme emphasises the development and utilisation of evidence-based knowledge, advanced clinical skills and management and leadership skills. It also prepares students to pursue nursing career advancement or postgraduate studies at a doctoral level.

Mode of Study

2-year part-time programme

Admission Requirements

  • Have a bachelor's degree, normally with honours not lower than Second Class; or
  • Graduated from a recognised Bachelor of Nursing programme with an average grade of not lower than “B”; and
  • Be a registered nurse; and
  • Fulfil the English Language and other requirements stipulated by the Graduate School of CUHK (please click here for details).

Application Deadline

First round: 29 Feb
Second round: 30 Apr

Enquiries

Tel: 3943 6076
Fax: 2603 6041
Email: mn@nur.cuhk.edu.hk

Website

Please click here

Online Application

Please click here

Master of Nursing Science (Pre-registration) Programme (3-year full-time)

Information Seminar

Online Information Seminar
Date: 14 Mar (Sat)
The link for online seminar will be sent to registrants by email.

Online registration: Please click here

Programme Description

The Master of Nursing Science (Pre-registration) Programme is a three-year full-time credit-based programme designed to prepare those with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline for a career in nursing. This master’s entry programme aims to provide students with the opportunity to study the art and science of nursing from different perspectives and to develop their skills in clinical decision making, critical thinking and problem solving. Successful completion of the programme will enable the graduate to register as a Registered Nurse (General) with the Nursing Council of Hong Kong (NCHK).

Mode of Study

3-year full-time

Admission Requirements

  • Have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised university, normally with honours not lower than Second Class (or equivalent);
  • Have a good command of written and spoken English and Chinese (Cantonese);
  • Fulfil the English Language and other requirements stipulated by the Graduate School of CUHK (please click here for details);
  • Fulfil the entry requirement stipulated by the NCHK; and
  • Attend an interview (if necessary).

Application Deadline

1st round: 29 Feb
2nd round: 30 Apr

Enquiry

Tel: 3943 8204
Email: mns@nur.cuhk.edu.hk

Website

Please click here

Online Application

Please click here

Professional Diploma Programme in Advanced Nursing Practice (1-year part-time)

Information Seminars

Online Information Seminar
14 Mar (Sat)
The link for online seminar will be sent to registrants by email.

Online registration: Please click here

Programme Description

The programme is designed to equip bachelor’s-prepared registered nurses with a solid foundation for advanced practice in specialty nursing or healthcare management. The emphasis is placed on the development of specialty knowledge and skills that are necessary to the provision of healthcare management or therapeutic nursing interventions at an advanced level. Students are also expected to further develop their competence in clinical or management decision-making and evidence-based evaluation in their relevant clinical specialty or healthcare management area.

Students admitted in 2020-21 may choose to study in one of the following study streams:

  • Cardiac Nursing (Cardiac Medical / Cardiac Perfusion)
  • Management and Leadership
  • Perioperative Nursing

Mode of Study

1-year part-time programme

Admission Requirements

  • Be a registered nurse with a valid practising certificate;
  • Have a bachelor’s degree in nursing or related discipline;
  • Have at least 2 years’ post-registration work experience in healthcare (preferable to have at least 6 years’ post-registration work experience for  Management and Leadership stream); and
  • Be currently practising in a specialty area related to the chosen study stream.

Application Period

6 Jan - 30 Apr

Enquiry

Tel: 3943 9934
Fax: 2603 6041
Email: pdpanp@nur.cuhk.edu.hk 

Website

Please click here

Online Application

Please click here

 

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In this Issue
· University News
· Alumni Benefit
· On and Off : Sally Chue Combines the Best of Online and Offline Businesses
· Study Opportunities
· Alumni Activities
· Career Opportunities

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