The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sep 01, 2020 Volume 171
Office of Academic Links(China)
Student Interflow Programmes

1. CUHK First Organizes Greater Bay Area Summer School
2. 2020 Online Summer Programmes for Students

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CUHK First Organizes Greater Bay Area Summer School
 

With the aim of strengthening cooperation and provision of quality education in the Greater Bay Area, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) first established "CUHK Greater Bay Area Summer School" (GBASS) under the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau University Alliance Summer School Series to offer online credit-bearing courses from 3 to 14 August. Undergraduates studying in the institutions from the Greater Bay Area completed the two-week course and would obtain credits when they meet course requirements.

At the opening ceremony of GBASS held on 3 August, Professor Wong Suk-ying, Associate Vice President of CUHK, delivered a welcoming speech. She hoped that students could experience the fun of knowledge acquisition whilst they broaden their horizons via the summer study and active communication. The first GBASS was held online due to COVID-19. Participating students attended the courses online in real time according to their personal circumstances, and interacted with other students from the Greater Bay Area.

Two participating students’ shared their experience below:
 
The general education course offered by CUHK let me reflect on the meaning of university education again. I also see how good universities would educate their students. In my opinion, the necessity of general education courses allows everyone to experience the excitement of different subjects, to give more opportunities for students to discover their direction in life. …What I gained during this period is not the knowledge in the texts, but a scientific method of understanding the world.
(Student of "Reading Nature", Zhuang Kaiyao of Sun Yat-Sen University)

When reading Plato's "Symposium", a commentary deeply touched me. It says, “Technology has changed the world, but it is not clear whether it does good or not. Most experts know everything within the scope of their skills, but they may not be able to establish the connection between science and people's life.” …I am very grateful to CUHK for providing such a platform for us to calm down and think about some philosophical issues.
(Student of "Reading Humanities", Chen Kehuan from Jinan University)

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2020 Online Summer Programmes for Students


Though outbound activities were not available to students in this summer due to pandemic circumstances, OALC continued to organize various online short-term student interflow activities in collaboration with cross-strait partner institutions and organizations, creating opportunities of experiential learning for CUHK students. During the summer this year, 65 students participated in 8 activities coordinated by OALC.

Organizer

Activity

No. of CUHK Participants

Date

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

The "Belt and Road" National Winter and Summer Programme for  Minor Languages (Phase 1)

1

28 June – 11 July 2020

Harbin Institute of Technology

2020 Online International Summer School

5

29 June – 17 July 2020

Sun Yat-sen University

GHMUA – 2020 Online Summer School—Development and Opportunities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area

9

20 – 27 July 2020

Fudan University

Fudan University International Summer School – Online Programme

24

6 – 31 July 2020

Fudan University

Fudan General Education Online Study Course "Historical World of Spring and Autumn and Confucius"

9

18 – 31 August 2020

Tsinghua University

Tsinghua Global Summer School (Online)

9

20 – 28 July 2020

Shanghai-Hong Kong University Alliance

Shanghai University Academy of Fine Arts – Signature Training Camp

3

3 – 7 August 2020

National Cheng Kung University

NCKU Virtual International Summer School

5

25 – 29 August 2020


More activities would be organized by OALC in the new academic year. For enquiries, please contact Ms. Kit CHAN at 39434412 or via kitkwchan@cuhk.edu.hk.

Prof. Wong Suk-ying, Associate Vice President of CUHK, deliveres a welcoming speech at the opening ceremony of GBASS

Lecturers of GBASS, Dr. Wong Wing-hung (top right) and Dr. Ho Wai-ming (top left), introduce the course to the students

Participants of GBASS present their learning experience at the Closing Ceremony

 
 
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