Cross Institutional Course Enrolment Scheme

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CityU and HKBU have entered into a collaboration agreement allowing mathematics students at undergraduate level of both institutes to enrol in courses offered by them. This collaboration allows the mathematics students to benefit from the expertise available in the partner institute and also provides students with more choices of courses.

*Information for HKBU students*
Application period: 16 August - 1 September 2021
Late drop/withdraw: Not later than 10 September 2021

*Information for CityU students*
Application period: 16 August - 1 September 2021
Late drop/withdraw: Not later than 10 September 2021

Note : Semesters of CityU and HKBU may start differently, students of both universities under the scheme are advised to attend classes according to the prescribed class schedules (though application process is still going on).

Information for HKBU Mathematics students taking CityU MA courses

 

Information for CityU MA students taking courses offered by HKBU

List of Courses offered to Visiting Students by Department of Mathematics, HKBU

Semester 1 2021-2022

Course & Number Code Course Number of Units/ Medium of Instruction/ Quota for Visiting Students Schedule/Venue* Instructors
Markov Chain and Queuing Theory
3/English/10
Mon: 11:30-12:20, TBC
Tue: 12:30-14:20, TBC
Optimization Theory and Techniques
3/English/10
Mon: 13:30-15:20, TBC
Tue: 09:30-10:20, TBC
* Schedule updated on 5 Jul 21.


Semester 2 2021-2022

Course & Number Code Course Number of Units/ Medium of Instruction/ Quota for Visiting Students Schedule/Venue* Instructors
Introduction to Imaging Science
3/English/10
Mon: 13:30-14:20, TBC
Fri: 15:30-17:20, TBC
Dynamic Programming & Stochastic Programming
3/English/10
Mon: 09:30-10:20, TBC
Fri: 09:30-11:20, TBC
* Schedule updated on 5 Jul 21.

Venue
ASH: Au Shue Hung Centre for Film and Television, Ho Sin Hang Campus
CEC: Christian Education Centre, Ho Sin Hang Campus
LMC: Lui Ming Choi Centre, Ho Sin Hang Campus
LT: Lecture Theatre, Science Tower, Ho Sin Hang Campus
RRS: Sir Run Run Shaw Building, Ho Sin Hang Campus
OEE: Oen Hall Building, East Wing, Ho Sin Hang Campus
OEM: Oen Hall Building, Main Building, Ho Sin Hang Campus
OEW: Oen Hall Building, West Wing, Ho Sin Hang Campus
SCT: Science Tower, Ho Sin Hang Campus
DLB: David C Lam Building, Shaw Campus
NAB: New Academic Building, Shaw Campus
WLB: The Wing Lung Bank Building for Business Studies, Shaw Campus
AAB: Academic and Administration Building, University Road Campus
CVA: Communication and Visual Arts Building, Baptist University Road Campus
RRB: Renfrew Road Building, Baptist University Road Campus
SCE: Madam Chan Wu Wan Kwai SCE Tower, Baptist University Road Campus
SCM: Jockey Club School of Chinese Medicine Building, Baptist University Road Campus

Semester 1 Period
Application Period 16 Aug - 1 Sep 2021
Deadline for Drop/Withdraw Not later than 10 Sep 2021
Semester Period 6 Sep - 4 Dec 2021
Examination Period 9 - 22 Dec 2021


Semester 2 Period
Application Period 28 Dec 2021 - 5 Jan 2022
Deadline for Drop/Withdraw Not later than 14 Jan 2022
Semester Period 10 Jan - 23 Apr 2022
Examination Period 29 Apr - 16 May 2022

 

  • Application Procedures
    1. CityU MA Students are required to fill in an application form and submit it to the Department of Mathematics, CityU. MA will seek approval from the BSCM Programme Leader, and forward the endorsed applications to the Department of Mathematics, HKBU. Students will be informed of the application result by the offering university via MA CityU. Acceptance of the student is at the discretion of HKBU, taking into account its quota availability and other relevant factors.
    2. Students who wish to drop/withdraw from the course should submit their request with justifications in writing to the BSCM Programme Leader before the deadline of drop courses. MA will forward the request to HKBU for processing.
    3. Grade will be given to students at the end of a course, and result will be sent to CityU by HKBU. To comply with the requirement of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordiance, the consent of MA students for the release of the results to MA, CityU will be sought during the course application stage.
  • Enquiries
 
Department of Mathematics, CityU
 
Telephone
3442 8643
 
Fax
3442 0250
 
Email
mabscm@cityu.edu.hk
 
Address
Room Y6524, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building
Department of Mathematics
City University of Hong Kong
83 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon, Hong Kong
 
 
Department of Mathematics, HKBU
 
Telephone
3411 2346
 
Fax
3411 5811
 
Email
math@hkbu.edu.hk
 
Address
Room FSC1219, Level 12
Fong Shu Chuen Building
Ho Sin Hang Campus
Hong Kong Baptist University
Kowloon Tong
Kowloon, Hong Kong

 

 

* Explanatory Notes of Course Number Code
Number code is the second half of the course code which consists of a number with four digits. 

The first digit of the number code signifies the level for which the course is intended. 

Level 1 (i.e. 1000-series) Courses are introductory, foundation, basic skill type courses, or courses generally appropriate to the first year of a full-time undergraduate course. 

Level 2 (i.e. 2000-series) Courses are intermediate level courses, or courses which are generally appropriate to the second year of an undergraduate course. 

Level 3 (i.e. 3000-series) Courses are those courses which involve more advanced study skills often requiring Level 1 and Level 2 prerequisites. 

Level 7 (i.e. 7000-series) Courses are postgraduate courses. 

In general, there is no requirement that Level 1 courses be taken in the first year; however, they should not normally be attempted in the third or final year. Level 2 courses will not usually be taken in the first year but they may be taken in the third year. Level 3 courses will normally be taken in the third year or final year. 

The second and third digits are assigned to courses in sequence number order. 

The fourth digit signifies whether the course is a year or a semester course, i.e. 0 for a semester course; 1 for the first part of a year course, usually offered in the first semester; 2 for the second part of a year course, usually offered in the second semester. 


 

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