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CUHK Summer Program 2019

The CUHK summer program is a five-week short program. Application, selection and nomination are organized by WU. The partner university, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is in charge of the overall program and organization.

Information is subject to change! Please, visit the official CUHK summer program website for the latest info.

  • Location: Hong Kong, China

  • Duration: 5 weeks

  • Program dates: June 25 - July 29, 2019

  • Participants: 5 WU-students and other international students

  • Recognition: The CUHK Summer Program can be recognized as regular business courses at WU based on the CUHK-WU credit hour conversion (1 CUHK unit = 2 ECTS credits, compare: Credit Transfer Online Database), given that the course was completed successfully. For credit transfer options please contact

  • IBW International experience: 8 ECTS credits earned at the CUHK Summer Program can be confirmed as part of the "IBW International experience" (IBW-Auslandserfahrung) in the international business administration major (IBW) if courses are completed successfully.

  • Topic area: Business and Management

Academic program

Program fee

Please have a look at the notes to payment.

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  • All fees are subject to final confirmation by the University.

  • All fees paid are non-refundable unless otherwise specified. The caution money and hostel deposit (if applicable) will be refunded in late October if there is no outstanding payment.

  • To be considered as an exchange student, the student’s home institution must have an existing exchange agreement with CUHK and has officially nominated the student for exchange.

  • The administration fee covers orientation, farewell, cultural and weekend activities.

  • The on-campus accommodation fee does not include a meal plan.

  • The visa fee covers a student visa to Hong Kong. All exchange students will be required to pay the visa fee through the online application system upon confirmation of registration. The following students will receive a refund for any visa fee overcharged: Hong Kong residents who do not need student visas; students attending both ISS July and August Sessions and other CUHK summer programmes (if applicable); and current students in the International Asian Studies Programme (IASP) who extend their study at CUHK.