- Rich learning resources available on the website of the Korean Language Education and Culture Centre
- The first King Sejong Institute in Hong Kong recognised by the Korean government
- Students can choose to experience Korea as an elective course
Applicants should fulfill any one of the following requirements:
- Level 2 in five subjects in Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination including Chinese Language and English Language (no more than two Applied Learning subjects can be used in the application*); or equivalent; or
- Pass in AS Level Chinese Language and Culture and Use of English, plus five passes in HKCEE including Level 2 / Grade E in Chinese Language and English Language, or equivalent; or
- Satisfactory completion of the Yi Jin Diploma Programme; or
- Satisfactory completion of a Pre-Associate Degree programme, or equivalent; or
- Aged 21 or above.
* "Attained" and "Attained with Distinction" Level in Applied Learning subjects will be considered as equivalent to Level 2 and Level 3 in HKDSE subjects respectively.
# Interview is required.Acceptance will be subject to the decision of the selection committee.
This programme will be offered on a full-time basis and its duration will be two years. The programme is based on a credit unit system. The total no. of credit units is 67, which includes 65 required units of major courses and 2 units in elective courses of the student's choice.Click here for programme structure details
CUSCS has online Korean Language Education and Culture Centre in order to support students in studying Korean and studying in Korea. For more information, please visit KLECC website.
Mode of Delivery
This is a taught programme. Some modules will be supplemented by on-line materials whenever appropriate. Assignments and course materials will be another important means to help students' to acquire the language skills.Medium of Instruction
Medium of teaching will be in Korean, Chinese, and English as deemed appropriate. Learning materials will be in Korean, English, and Chinese as deemed appropriate.Assessment Methods
The performance of participants is monitored and assessed by a variety of assessment methods, such as projects, class participation, assignments, tests and examinations.
Award of Diploma
To qualify for the Higher Diploma awarded by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, a participant must
- have met the 70% attendance requirement of each module;
- have an overall pass for each module of the programme; and
- have a CGAP of 1.5 or above.
EnquiriesTel: 3111-7276 / 3943-9017