For all Exchange Programmes:
- CUHK full-time students are ONLY allowed to go on exchange for a maximum of one academic year (ie. two regular terms plus one u-wide summer exchange)
- Final year students are NOT eligible to apply for 2nd term exchange.
- If students’ expected graduation term is the first term of the current academic year (i.e. 2019-20, Term 1), they are INELIGIBLE to apply for the exchange programmes.
- All first year students cannot request for exemption for interview. The College reserves the final right to require a student to attend an interview.
For Japan Programmes only:
For all other non-English language requirements of various host institutions, please refer to the Admission Requirements.
Course Load Requirement During Exchange
(NOTE: Failure to comply with the aforementioned requirements may cause complications to the graduation and/or 100% repayment of college subsidy, scholarship or any financial aid.)
a) Students who would like to apply for exemption for interview must seek two referees (CUHK full-time teaching staff) to complete the recommendation forms to support his/her request . The form MUST be submitted by the referees through internal mail to the College Office or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
b) For year-one students admitted through non-jupas, please submit public exam results or transcripts of other institutions (via online application) on or before 4 November 2019.
c) For students admitted in the senior year who do not have CUHK GPA (with Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma qualifications), please submit previous transcripts (via online application) on or before 4 November 2019.
d) Proof of TOEFL/IELTS results (only valid from tests on or after 1 September 2018) and non-English language requirements on or before 24 January 2020 by email to email@example.com.
e) For students who apply for Japan exchange programmes, please submit the transcripts/test reports which shows the Japanese language or cultural courses taken at CUHK or other institutions (via online application) on or before 4 November 2019.