Applicants should fulfill any one of the following requirements:
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:
Students who complete a higher diploma programme from CUSCS will be eligible for entry into Year 2 or 3 of an undergraduate programme of the following universities:
Students are offered internship opportunities to work as news reporters, editors, production assistants and freelance writers in newspapers, magazines and online media. The valuable experience and insight they gain could be applied to the future studies and employment.
This is a taught programme and is delivered mainly by face-to-face instruction. Students are introduced to essential knowledge of the modules in the lectures. They are then given follow-up practice sessions where they will be able to develop their competence and skills. Some modules will be supplemented by on-line materials whenever appropriate.
Teaching activities will be conducted in Chinese (Cantonese or Putonghua) and in English as deemed appropriate. Learning materials will be in Chinese and English as deemed appropriate.
Students' performance is monitored and assessed on a continuous basis through a variety of assessment methods, such as projects, classroom participation, assignments, mid-term and final examinations.
To qualify for the award of the Higher Diploma in Chinese Journalism, a student must:
Tsim Sha Tsui East Ocean Learning Centre / Tsim Sha Tsui Oriental Learning Centre
Tel: 2209 7799
Local Applicants : $56,700 / per year
Non-local Applicants : $66,700 / per year