Online Registration for Supplementary Courses
All courses are open to UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students as stipulated by the UGC, while foreign language courses (French, German, Japanese, Korean and Spanish) can be taken by non UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students (excluding those from the School of Continuing Education).
| Registration for Supplementary (Non Credit-Bearing) Courses (Semester 1, 2017-2018)
PUTONGHUA SUPPLEMENTARY COURSES
Courses are open to all UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Registration will come in two phases:
Phase 1: In-person registration open to final-year UGC-funded undergraduate degree students for COPA Preparation Course (PUTO2270)
Date: 1 September 2017 (Friday)
Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Venue: OEE1203, Oen Hall Building
Phase 2: Online registration open to all UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students
Registration starts on 4 September 2017 (Monday) from 9:00am onwards.
CHINESE AND ENGLISH COURSES / WORKSHOPS
Courses and workshops are open to all UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students. Online registration starts on 4 September 2017 (Monday) from 9:00am onwards.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSES
Courses are open to all students (UGC-funded and self-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students*) and staff.
Online registration for students starts on 4 September 2017 (Monday) from 9:00am onwards.
*Students from the School of Continuing Education are excluded.
Application Procedures for Certificates
Please refer to http://lc.hkbu.edu.hk/course-certificate.php for details.
Full-Fee Refund Policy for Chinese, English or Putonghua Courses and Application Procedures
UGC-funded students who have attended at least 85% of lessons of Chinese, English or Putonghua supplementary courses are eligible to apply for a full refund of course fees within one month after the last lesson of the course. Please refer to http://lc.hkbu.edu.hk/course_refund.php for details.
Class Arrangements During Typhoon or Rainstorm Warning Signal
Please visit the website of the Academic Registry for details:
If a class of supplementary courses is cancelled due to the issue of the Typhoon or Rainstorm Warning Signals, the course instructor will liaise with students directly regarding the arrangements of a make-up class.