INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE PROGRAM

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City University of Hong Kong

Established as a university in 1994, CityU has performed strongly in international rankings. According to QS, CityU is ranked 57th in the world, 9th in Asia, and 4th among the world’s top 50 universities under 50 years of age in 2015. Its faculty members come from  all over the world, including Hong Kong, North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia.

Program: Student Exchange

Duration:

1 semester

Minimum GPA:

3.00

Tuition:

paid at home

institution

Quota:

4 students /year

Minimum TOEFL:

79 (IBT)

Living cost:

HKD 7,150 – 12,500

/semester

Deadlines:

1-15 April (for Fall

semester) and 1-15 October (for Spring semester)

 

Minimum IELTS:

6.5 overall

 

 

Insurance:

Entry Requirements

  • students must be officially nominated by the home institution.
  • Students must complete the online application process.

Fees and Living Cost                 

Tuition fee waived by host institution, paid at home institution

Living cost                                  HKD 7,150 – 12,500 /semester

Details:

Accommodation                       HKD 14,400 /semester (single room), HKD 7,200 /semester (double room)

Meals  and transportation      HKD 3,000 /month

Credit Transfer

CityU Grade IUP-IR Grade
A+

 

Excellent

A

 

Amat Baik

A A
A- A
B+

 

Good

A/B

 

Baik

B B+
B- B
C+

 

Adequate

B/C

 

Cukup

C C+
C- C
D Failing F Tidak Baik
F Passing D Kurang

Courses Offered                           

(3 credits at CityU = 3 SKS at UGM)

State and Economy in Asia

Culture and Change in Asia

Theories of International Relations

Energy, Environment, and the Future: Crisis and Opportunity

Transnational Social Movements in an Age of Globalization

Contemporary International Politics of Asia Pacific
Poverty and the Politics of Aid

Political and Social Development in China

Political Dynamics in Asia

Asian Migration and Global Diaspora

Theories of Development

International Political Economy

Globalization and the Environment

International Organizations

US Politics and Society

Introduction to India

State and Development in Northeast Asia