About the Programme
HKU & PKU will organize this programme from July 5 to August 6, 2021.
Please refer to the programme introduction for more information. The programme information is subject to the final decisions of the host institution.
HKU undergraduate students who fulfill the common core requirement as the course of ''Virtual Worlds, Real Bodies" offered by The University of Hong Kong is a Common Core course offering in this summer semester.
Students should be able to write and read in Chinese, and communicate in Putonghua as the course of Innovative Product Engineering Process offered by Peking University will be conducted exclusively in Putonghua.
Participants should guarantee FULL PARTICIPATION in the programme, and are required to submit the following documents to Mainland Affairs Office within 10 days after the completion of the programme:
Experience sharing (300 words in both English and Chinese)
For details, please check Report Submission page.
As the programme is sponsored by HKU “China 10,000 Exchange Programme”, the programme fee is covered by the host institution.
To apply for this programme, please follow below steps:
Make sure you have read through the details and met all of the programme requirements.
Complete China Vision online registration and upload all the required documents by June 14. (Please note that no information/document(s) uploaded can be changed once the application is submitted.)
Register the course of "Virtual Worlds, Real Bodies" through the Student Information System (SIS) during June 15, 2021 (Tue) (10:00 am) – June 22, 2021 (Tue) (4:00 pm). The enrollment method is the same as the add/drop period of the regular semesters, and the course approval method is by auto-ballot.
ONLY students who are successfully admitted to the course of ''Virtual Worlds, Real Bodies" in the HKU SIS will be accepted as the participants of the course of ''Innovative Product Engineering Process" offered by the Peking University.
Programme details will be provided to the admitted students accordingly.
For credit-bearing programmes, please consult and seek prior approval from your faculty regarding the credit transfer application or related issues. The faculty has the final authority to decide the number of courses and credits taken at the host university to be transferred back to HKU towards your degree.
Last updated on June 10, 2021.