A maximum of two Applied Learning subjects, excluding Applied Learning Chinese (ApL(C)), can be used in the application. "Attained", "Attained with Distinction (I)" and "Attained with Distinction (II)" Level in Applied Learning subjects will be considered as equivalent to Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 in HKDSE subjects respectively.
Applied Learning Chinese (ApL(C)) will be accepted as an alternative Chinese Language qualification for admission consideration for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) DSE candidates.
This programme will be offered on a two-year full-time basis, and based on a credit unit system.Programme Structure Details
UGC-funded or self-funded Undergraduate Degree Programmes offered by local universities. In recent years, our graduates have been admitted to the following local bachelor degree programmes:
Arrangements have been established with a number of overseas institutions for graduates to articulate to their bachelor degree programmes in related disciplines:
Many of our graduates have been admitted to various programmes of the following universities in Korea:
Students who take Internship (Languages and Communication) as elective will be arranged to be placed at hotels, travel agencies, Korean restaurants, Korean international schools, etc. for internship on customer service, tourist guiding, teaching or other related works for at least 60 hours.
Experience Korea is the most popular learning activity for students. Classes will be arranged to learn Korean in Korea in summer. Students not only put into practice on what has been learned from the programme, but also experience Korean culture and expand their horizons. Students can gain fruitful experience during their 2-year Korean study at CUSCS.
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.
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 teaching will be in Korean, Chinese, and English as deemed appropriate. Learning materials will be in Korean, English, and Chinese as deemed appropriate.
The performance of participants is monitored and assessed by a variety of assessment methods, such as projects, class participation, assignments, tests and examinations.
CUSCS Learning Centres
CEF Course Code﹕38H121958
CEF Course Name﹕Higher Diploma in Applied Korean Language
Tel: 2209 7799
Local Applicants : $68,040 / per year
Non-local Applicants : $78,040 / per year