We offer a diversified range of subjects from three thematic learning tracks for your selection. You can take up to two subjects across the tracks in each sessionThe subject descriptions may be suitably modified to cater for students' needs. All classes will be held on PolyU campus.

Click here to view the class timetable.

For PolyU students, please click here to view details of the CAR subjects.

Session 1 (from 11 June to 7 July)

Morning Afternoon
Track 1 : Chinese Language, Culture and Society
APSS1B17* / APSS1B17M#
Contemporary Chinese Society and Popular Culture

 

CBS1153
Elementary Cantonese
(For students whose native language is not Cantonese)

 

CC2C08
Mutual Impressions of China and the West

 

GEC2C22* / GEC2C22M# 
East Asia: Its History and Culture

CBS1151
Chinese I (for non-Chinese speaking students)
(For students whose family language is non-Chinese AND they have not received any training in Chinese Language. )

 

GEC1C20* / GEC1C20M#
Chinese Art and Design

Track 2 : Design, Innovation and Technology
SD1C04 
Creating Novels and Screenplays
EIE1D03
Artificial Intelligence and Science Fiction
Track 3: Business, Entrepreneurship and Global Leadership
  HTM1C07
The History and Culture of the Wine Industry



Session 2 (from 16 July to 10 August)

Morning

Afternoon

Track 1: Chinese Language, Culture and Society

APSS1B14
Discovering Hong Kong Society


APSS1B15
Global China

 

CBS1151
Chinese I (for non-Chinese speaking students)
(For students whose family language is non-Chinese AND they have not received any training in Chinese Language.)

 

FH1C02* / FH1C02M#
An Introduction to Asian Popular Culture


CAR C subject (Subject code to be confirmed)
Understanding Japanese Culture and Society: Chinese Perspective

APSS1A07
Introduction to Psychology


CBS1153
Elementary Cantonese
(For students whose native language is not Cantonese)


CC1C07
Chinese Customs and Rituals

 

GEC1C31W* / GEC1C31#
Ways of Chinese Wisdom

Track 2: Design, Innovation and Technology

LSGI1B02* / LSGI1B02M#
Climate Change and Society

EIE1D03
Artificial Intelligence and Science Fiction


LSGI1D03* / LSGI1D03M#
Living on a Dynamic Earth


SD2464
Studio 1-Process/Brand (Product Design)
(The co-requisites requirements are not applicable to Summer School participants)

Track 3: Business, Entrepreneurship and Global Leadership

AF2602
Global Economic Environment

HTM1C06
The Evolution of World Cuisine


HTM1C07
The History and Culture of the Wine Industry

*with English reading and writing requirement (open to PolyU full-time bachelor’s degree students only), which
  normally need 7 weeks to complete.

#without English reading and writing requirement (open to International students only). 


Notes:

    1. Due to the limited quota of each subject, subjects will be arranged on a first-come, first-served basis and according to the final class timetable to avoid schedule conflict. Early submissions are therefore encouraged so that applicants will have a better chance of receiving a place on their preferred subjects.
    2. The university reserves the right to cancel the offer of any subjects. Students affected will be informed as soon as possible.
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