Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC) will be holding an International Postgraduate Information Fair on 28 October 2016. UIC has been organizing the International Postgraduate Education Information Fair since 2010.UIC Graduate Survey statistics show that the percentage of UIC graduates pursuing postgraduate studies in Hong Kong and other overseas countries has been rising steadily in the past few years, reaching 52% and 59% in 2014 and 2015 respectively.
United International College (UIC) has joined up with the China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU) International Partnership Programme (IPP) to organize a programme that can provide direct access for high school graduates from Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China to enter the University of Alberta bachelor degrees programmes. This jointly organized programme is being referred to as CFAU IPP-UIC and the duration of the programme is one year.
Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC) has now established a forth division to its academic programs.
Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC) has been expanding its collaborations overseas this past year to establish more Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and exchange agreements.
Hong Kong Baptist University United International College's Centre for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) formally changed its department name to Academy of Continuing Education (ACE).
The program put together by UIC's Academy of Continuing Education (ACE) department has been designed to give everyone a real taste of China. Not only will participants be taught Mandarin, but they will also experience true Chinese culture and history. They will, amongst other things, learn the basics of Tai Chi, create their own shadow puppets, get acquainted with the Chinese zither (guqin) and visit several museums.
United International College (UIC) is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. Since its inauguration in 2005 the college has gradually developed the option for foreign students to take part in one of their 20 programmes. Prospective candidates can either be degree-seeking students or visiting students half-way through a degree, looking to study abroad for six months or even a year.