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Subjects on Offer

Subjects on Offer

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

Subjects offered in 2022 are listed in the following table.

Main Session (14 July - 20 August 2022)

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

 Afternoon (15:00 - 18:00)
 Track 1 : Chinese Language, Culture and Society

Chinese Medicine: Myth or Treasure?


Elementary Cantonese

 Track 2 : Design, Innovation and Technology


Electrical Science for Everyone

Artificial Intelligence and Science Fiction

Introduction to Thinking Styles

 Track 3: Business, Entrepreneurship and Global Leadership

Service Leadership
(This subject received the Bronze award in the Ethical Leadership category and the Gold award in the Nurturing Wellbeing & Purpose category at the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Reimagine Education Awards in 2016 and 2021 respectively. The teaching team also received the University Grants Committee Teaching Award in 2018.)

The Evolution of World Cuisine

#Without English reading and writing requirements

Leadership Academy (13 June - 13 July 2022)*

Please click here for details of the Leadership Academy. The subjects below are offered under the Leadership Academy and only accept applications from international students.

Living Environment for Low-income Communities

Technology Beyond Borders: Service Learning across Cultural, Ethnic and Community Lines

Community Engagement through Expressive Textile Arts and Fashion

Learning through Providing Eye Care and Vision Health to the Community

*The teaching schedule of the above subjects offered in the Leadership Academy is different from the subjects listed in the Main Session, and students can only take one of these subjects.

^Subject to confirmation for the subject code and subject description.


Due to the limited quota of each subject, places 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 at our earliest convenience.

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