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School of Communication Studies Hong Kong Baptist University Exchange Program. Hong Kong. Hong Kong. The media and entertainment hub in Asia Access to mainland China – the largest market in the world

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Hong kong
Hong Kong Exchange Program


Hong kong1
Hong Kong Exchange Program

  • The media and entertainment hub in Asia

  • Access to mainland China – the largest market in the world

  • One of the highest penetration in broadband, the largest number of dailies, the busiest international airport

  • Asian headquarters for many US multinational companies

  • Bilingual – Both Chinese and English are official languages

  • Highly efficient public transportation

  • Population of 7 million



Scs hkbu exchange program
SCS HKBU Exchange Program Exchange Program

Hong Kong Baptist University: Largest communication program in Hong Kong

Five specializations:

  • Cinema and Television

  • Digital Graphic Communication

  • Journalism

  • Organizational Communication

  • Public Relations and Advertising


Why participate in exchange program
Why participate in exchange program? Exchange Program

  • Get international exposure and learn how media and communication work in another culture

  • Add credentials toyour resume

  • Lower cost than study abroad programs

  • No delay in your graduation with proper advising

  • Get courses relevant to your degree in another country


Terms
Terms Exchange Program

  • One semester or two semesters

  • GPA Requirement: 3.0 or above

  • Pay same tuition to BGSU

  • Credits transferable to BGSU

  • Administration fee (including visa application):  $206 (US dollars)

  • Pay only airfare to HK ($800-1500), residential hall ($840/semester) and meal (~US$350 month)


Hkbu exchange student welcome party
HKBU Exchange Student Exchange ProgramWelcome Party

  • Thursday, February 5, 1-2:15 p.m. in West Hall 121

  • Two HKBU students from mainland China will talk about their experience as international students at HKBU

  • Refreshments and desserts will be served


What to do if interested
What to do if interested Exchange Program

  • 1. Attend the HKBU Student Welcome Party

  • 2. Talk to the program’s department liaison

  • 3. Read information about Hong Kong, Hong Kong Baptist University, its School of Communication and its booklet for International Students.

  • 4. Apply with an application form AND a one-page statement of Interest by March 1.  


Department liaisons spring 2009
Department Liaisons (spring 2009) Exchange Program

  • School and Department of Telecommunication Liaison: Dr. Louisa Ha (louisah@bgsu.edu, 3729103)

  • Department of Journalism: Dr. Nancy Brendlinger (nbrendl@bgsu.edu, 3728176)

  • Department of Interpersonal Communication: Dr. Canchu Lin (clin@bgsu.edu, 3723512)

  • http://www.bgsu.edu/departments/scs/page55187.html


Need financial aid
Need Financial Aid? Exchange Program

  • Apply to the Study Abroad scholarships offered by the International Programs ($300-1450)

  • Apply to your department’s scholarships (deadline is approaching)

  • Apply to other scholarships available on campus or in industry associations