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COVID-19 | 8 February, 2021
  • Inbound exchange operates as usual for both Semester B 2020-21 and Semester A 2021-22. We continue to welcome international students from our partner universities.
  • Outbound exchange operates as usual, subject to conditions laid down by GEO and their respective host universities.
  • Summer Programmes 2021 (for CityU students) are now open for application. View our website for programme details.
Exchange Programme
College of Business - City University of Hong Kong AACSB International EQUIS - European Quality Improvement System

Postgraduate Student Cultural Exchange (PGCE)

Who should apply?

All current College of Business taught postgraduate programme students who are interested in cultural exchange in overseas

When to apply?

Exchange Period
Semester A 2021-2022 (for full-time students)
Semester A or B 2021-2022 (for part-time students)

Application Period
1 to 30 November 2020

Where to go?

Applicants should make their choices from the List of Universities for the College and Departmental Level Exchange Programmes.

How to apply?

Please complete the Online Application by logging in your Electronic ID and submit the following supplementary documents electronically from 1 to 30 November 2019:

  • A recent passport-size photo
  • Photocopy of English proficiency test results (i.e IELTS <organized by British Council or IDP > or TOEFL)
  • Recommendation Form to be signed by the Programme Director/Head of Department
  • 1-minute Video of (i) Self-Introduction or (ii) Introduction of CityU campus facilities and services
  • Any other supplementary information which you think would be relevant to your application
“Exchange make students mature; it is not just being abroad.” This is what I learned so far from my exchange life in Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark. CBS is the best business school in Scandinavia, which is well known for combining business with philosophy, political science, psychology or communication. Though my major is finance, I’m able to take courses outside of finance which I like, such as leadership, innovation and social responsibility, etc. The classes are interactive and most of the time, the professors guide students to think about morals and values. I also found that life in Denmark is very different from that in Hong Kong and I have learned to cope with new challenges. For example, I dealt with the legal issues of residence permit and looked for housing on my own. I have also made a lot of new friends abroad and after class, I plans to travel with my new friends. In summary, exchange study has been a wonderful opportunity for me to enhance my personal and professional development and gain international and cross-cultural experience