One of the biggest differences between HKUST and CUA in terms of courses are the varieties. As for me I don’t exactly have an equivalent major in CUA as in HKUST (which is Global China Studies), I have a greater flexibility in choosing courses. One of the most interesting course that I have chosen is Terrorism and Counterterrorism, which you can never easily find an institution that actually put emphasis on teaching students what terrorism is. The best part of this course is the instructor, who is an ex-FBI field agent specializing in counterterrorism office. 

Cody KUNG
The Catholic University of America, Washington D.C., USA
Exchange-out: Year 3
  • Scholarship by the University

  • Top-up Scholarships by the School

    The School of Humanities and Social Science will offer a special School Scholarship Top-up Scheme for local JUPAS students admitted into our BSc Global China Studies program in 2013-14. Eligible students will receive top-up scholarships from this scheme by our School in addition to any scholarships offered by the University under the University’s scholarship scheme that they have been awarded.

    JUPAS students attaining Level 5** in one or more subjects in one single sitting of HKDSE will be eligible for our School’s top-up scholarships for up to $120,000.

    JUPAS students attaining 5* in a good number of subjects in one single sitting of HKDSE will also be awarded scholarships (based on the scheme announced in 2013).

  • SHSS Dean’s Award and Dean’s Scholarships

    Our School offers scholarships and awards for students who demonstrate academic excellence on a regular basis during their years of study in the program.