A New Liberal Arts College
to Serve China and the World
Innovative Education
Pioneering
“UIC will create an innovative
international education model for
China.”
- Prof. XU Jialu
Vice-Chairman
Standing Committee, CNPC
Pioneering
“The cooperation between BNU and HKBU will set an example for
the development of higher education in both Mainland and Hong
Kong. UIC will become the cradle for talents in China.”
——Prof. Liu Chuansheng
Secretary of the Party Committee of BNU
“UIC starts a new phase of education cooperation between Hong
Kong and Mainland.”
——Mr. Ding Qiuyu
Director
Office for Hong Kong, Macao & Taiwan Affairs
Ministry of Education
Pioneering
“UIC is the special zone of education innovation in China.”
——Mr. Zhang Tailing
Deputy Director
Department of Education, Guangdong
“As the first cooperation in higher education between Hong Kong
and the Mainland, UIC not only starts a new phase of education
development, but also carries a mission of its time.”
——Prof. Ng Ching-Fai
President and Vice-Chancellor of HKBU
Innovation
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English as the Medium of Instruction
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To localize Hong Kong Educational Model in
Mainland China
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Internationalized Administration System
International Teaching Faculty
Internationalized Quality Assurance Mechanism
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Student Orientation
Mission
To Build a new model for liberal
education in Mainland China and to
nurture talented future graduates with
international perspective
Vision
To create an innovative international
education model for China that can
contribute to the welfare of the people
of the nation and the world
UIC Foundation Ceremony
Nov. 2005
College Administration
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Prof. XU Jialu
UIC Council Chairman
Vice-Chairman of the Standing
Committee of the CNPC
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Prof. NG Ching-Fai
President of UIC
President and Vice-Chancellor of HKBU
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Prof. Edmud Kwok Siu Tong
Executive Vice-President of UIC
World Renowned Historian and Essayist
Academic Program &
Quality Assurance
 Thirteen undergraduate programs are currently
being offered by three divisions.
 Four Research Institutes have been built.
 Procedure and mechanisms are in place to ensure
that the academic standards of the degree
courses offered by UIC conform to international
standards.
UIC
Business &
Management
Applied
Economics
Finance
Accounting
Cultural Industry
Management
Humanities &
Social Sciences
International
Journalism
Government &
International Relations
Cinema & Television
Social Work &
Social Administration
Teaching English
as a Second Language
Science &
Technology
Computer
Science
Statistics
Environmental
Science
Food Science &
Technology
Research Institutes
UIC
Business &
Management
Institute of
Cultural
Innovation
Humanities &
Social Science
Institute of
Regional
Economic
Development
Research
Institute of
Cross-Cultural
Studies
Science &
Technology
Institute of
Statistics &
Computational
Intelligence
Internationalized Curriculum
(Table below shows the curriculum of the Accounting Program as an example)
Subjects(科目)
Credits(学分)
BBA (Hons) Core Subjects
(工商管理必修课)
39
Major Required Subjects
(会计学专业必修课)
30
Major Elective Subjects
(会计学专业选修课)
9
General Education Required Subjects
(通识教育必修课)
30
General Education Elective Subjects
(通识教育选修课)
24-27
Total(合计)
132-135
Quality Assurance Mechanism
Quality Assurance
Mechanism & Structure
Quality Assurance
Structure
Senate
Quality
Assurance
Committee
Teaching
Assessment
Course
Boards
Teaching
Evaluation by
Students
Academic Qualification of
Teaching Team
Academic
Consultation
Panel
External
Examiners
Quality Assurance
Teaching Quality
Supervision Task Force
External Examiner
Chairman:
Prof. Ng Ching-Fai
President, UIC and Vice-Chancellor, HKBU
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Members:
Prof. TSANG, Herbert
Academic Vice-President, HKBU
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Dr. LAM, Robert
Academic Registrar, HKBU
Prof. KWOK, Edmund, Siu Tong
Executive Vice-President, UIC
Prof. ZEE, Sze Yong
Associate Vice-President, Dean of Division
of Science and Technology, UIC
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An External Examiner system,
consisting of HKBU staff, is
formed to help maintain the
academic standard of UIC
courses.
Appropriate standards are set
and followed.
Student performance is
comparable to those taking
similar courses of study at
HKBU; assessments and
examinations are fairly
conducted.
Academic Consultation Panel
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In line with the practice at HKBU,
UIC has set up an Academic
Assurance Committee to monitor
closely the academic planning and
development of the college.
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An Academic Consultation Panel
(ACP) set up by HKBU will visit UIC
periodically to review and assess
the standards of UIC academic
departments/ units.
B EIJIN G N O R M A L U N IV ER SITY –H O N G K O N G B A PTIST U N IVER SITY
U N ITED I N TER N ATIO N A L C O LLEG E (U IC )
S u m m a ry R ep ort
o f th e
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In June 2007, HKBU Institutional
Review was carried out to evaluate
the teaching, academic research
and management at UIC. In its
report, the panel praised the
achievements of UIC in the past
two years.
In stitu tio n a l R ev iew P a n el V isit
o n th e
B eijin g N o rm al U n iv ersity — H o n g K o n g B a p tist U n iv ersity
U n ited In tern a tio n a l C o llege
June 2007
CPA Australia Accreditation
Accounting Program of UIC was awarded the CPA Australia
accreditation on Sep 3, 2007. Graduates of the Accounting Program
can apply for Associate Membership with CPA Australia immediately
upon graduation.
Committees
Senate Committees
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Academic Development and
Quality Assurance Committee
College Board of Examiners for
Bachelor Degrees (Honours)
Committee for Experiential
Learning
Committee of Academic Affairs
Committee of Cyber Campus
(NEW)
Committee of General Education
Committee on Languages
Enhancement (NEW)
Committee on Student Career
Development
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Course and Timetable Committee
Division Board
Entrance Examination
Committee
High Table Dinner Program
Committee
Library Committee
Scholarship and Financial Aid
Committee
Senate
Staff and Students Relation
Committee
Student Disciplinary Committee
Non-Academic Committee
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College Life Committee
College Wellness and Anti-Smoking Committee
Committee for Development, Publicity and Admission
Committee for International Development
Equipments Planning and Purchase Committee
Executive Committee of Administrative Affairs
Senior Executive Committee
Space Allocation Committee
Staff Review and Development Committee
To Localized the International Experience
Humanity Orientation
Student Orientation
Liberal Education
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Whole Person Education
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Four-Point Education
Whole Person Education
Educational
Approach
Four-Point Education
Global Outlook
Whole Person Education
Artistic
Experience
Emotional
Health
Environmental
Awareness
Adversity
Quotient
Language
Culture
Whole
Person
Education
Sports &
Culture
Experiential
Development
Voluntary
Service
Whole Person Education
Practice &
Application
Reflection &
Sublimation
Theoretical
Study
Experience
Heavy emphasis in given to “learning through experience” and
“learning through practice”, after which reflection and sublimation will
naturally follow.
Language Culture
Cross Cultural Communication
Chinese-English Bilingual
Experiential Development
Develop Potential &
Teamwork Skills
Voluntary
Service
Foster Servant
Leadership & Sense
of Social
Responsibility
Summer Program 2007
Qinghai-Tibet Trip
Number of Participants: 90
Duration: 2007.7.8.— 2007.7.31.
Activities: Team A: Mountain Climbing(Yuzhu Mountain, Qinghai, 6178m above sea level);
Team B: Voluntary Service (Education Supporting Service in the vicinity of Qinghai Lack);
Team C: Environmental Research(Kekexili,the source of Yangtse River)。
Three teams assembled in Lhasa after finishing the team assignments for society study and cultural experience.
Voluntary Service in Guizhou
Number of Participants:20
Duration: 2007.7.2. —2007.7.29.
Activities:Teaching and cultural exchange in Mochong Primary School of Dujun, Guizhou.
Voluntary Service in Yunnan
Number of Participants:20 (
Duration: 2007.7.6.— 2007.7.31.
Activities:Education supporting service and community service in Yunnan.
Voluntary Service Overseas
Sports & Culture
Trainings for Physical Strength and
Stamina
with Emphasis on Sportsmanship
& Cultural Experience
High Table Dinner
Social Etiquette
Societal Focus
Academic
Tradition
Fund-Raising Fair for
Procapra Przewalskii Conservation
UIC Students organized a fund-raising fair in front of a
shopping mall near Jiuzhoucheng, Zhuhai on Dec. 2008 in
aid of the Procapra Przewalskii conservation effort.
Integrated Education on
Contemporary and Traditional China
As a pioneer in the reform of higher education, UIC integrates
cultural courses with innovative practices, such as High Table
Dinner and cultural lectures, to create an attractive approach for
literature and cultural study which inspire graduates to acquire
profound knowledge and outstanding social skills.
Patriotism and Global Outlook
Learned and Noble-minded
Interactive and Flexible
The First Chinese Culture Seminar
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The first Chinese Culture Seminar was opened
at UIC on Dec. 1, 2007, inviting scholars from
Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Mainland China
for cultural dialogs.
Leadership
Development Programs
Four-Point
Education
The responsibility of modern
higher education lies not only
with universities, but also with
families and society. Therefore,
UIC employs the Four-Point
Education Model to unite these
forces. With students at the
core, the resources of the
college, the families and
society are forged to bring
about their healthy
development.
Four-Point Education Network
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Four-Point Education Office was Established.
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Parents’ Club will be launched nationwide;
Beijing Parents’ Club was launched in Oct.
2007.
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Family Letters from Zhuhai – A dialog
between the Executive Vice-President and
Parents.
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Entrepreneurs’ Club :To provide internship
and employment opportunities
First Step in Four
The First
UIC Newsletter
Four-Point Education Carnival
Teachers
Students
Parents
Four-Point Education Parents’ Forum 2007
Beijing Parents’ Club Founded
Oct. 2007
Newsletter for Parents
A Website for Parents
Corporation with Enterprises
Four-Point Innovation Laboratory
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Four-Point Innovation
Lab was founded by
famous statistician Prof.
Fang Kai-Tai in Sept.
2007.
In mid-September and
early October, the FourPoint Innovation
Laboratory (FPIL) had
their first collaboration
program with a famous
local enterprise, the
Zhuhai Jiuzhou Port
Administration Group
Co., which provided a
wide-range service in
tourism.
Four-Point Education Trip
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Organizer: UIC Four-Point Education Office
Duration: Dec. 15, 2007- Jan. 5, 2008
Destinations: Nanjing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing
Guiyang
Purpose: Four-Point education concept promotion, solidify the
connection between UIC and parents, local education authorities,
secondary schools as well as the media.
Secondary Schools Alliance
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On Jan 16, 2008, UIC signed cooperation agreements
with representatives from 21 key secondary schools. The
Alliance of Secondary Schools was officially established.
Public Activities
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Executive Vice-president of UIC, renowned historian Prof. Kwok Siu
Tong was invited to give a lecture at “Zhuhai Culture Forum”. Prof.
Kwok’s topic at the lecture on Jan 26 was “The Journey of Life:
Culture, Living, Life and Death”.
Global Outlook
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English as the Medium of Instruction
Innovative International Curriculum
Exchange Programs with Universities Overseas
Various Overseas Summer Programs
International Faculty Recruitment
International Academic Research Exchange
International Academic Conferences
International Research Institutes
English as the Medium of Instruction
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Assignment
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Teaching
Material
Exam
English
Lesson
Text
Book
Change of Learning Environment
Change of Learning Habits
Change of Learning Effects
Cooperation Partners
Augsburg College
Bethany Lutheran College
Concordia College
Gustavus Adolphus College
The College of St.Scholastica
Hamline University
Santa Barbara University
Simon Fraser University
Saint Mary’s University
Middlesex University
Bolonio University
South Waleth University
Jeonju University
Number of Teachers:160
Percentage of Foreign Teachers:60%
Faculty Members from All Over the World
International Exchange
Asia Association of Social Welfare Conference
Islamic Writers Delegation at UIC
Pulitzer Prize Winners’ Workshop
Peter Arnett
Michael Vitez
UIC-MPCC Liberal Education China Seminar 2007
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From Nov. 5 to Nov. 6, 2007, UIC and MPCC jointly held the UICMPCC Presidential Lecture Series and the Sino-American
Liberal Education Conference 2007. The seminar opened a new
page in the academic cooperation between MPCC and UIC.
Mentor Caring Program
Friendly Relations
between
Teachers and Students
We are Families!
Smoke-Free Campus
The First Smoke-Free
Campus in China
UIC makes a remarkable
effort to create a SmokeFree environment for
everyone on campus.
An Ideal Environment for Study
UIC Academic and Administration Complex
Campus Inauguration Ceremony
2008.01.15
Campus Planning:
The Village of Culture and Arts
Facilities including newly
furnished hostels, restaurants,
banks, super markets, clinic
service, telecommunication
and postal service, shuttle bus
station and various corner
shops are ready on campus to
ensure a convenient and
comfortable living.
A student living complex to be
named the “Cultural and Art
Village”, consisting of not
only common living facilities
but also cultural corridors,
waterside activity space, and
art workshops, will provide an
artistic living space for
students and teachers.
A Bright Future
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A small top-notch college
with a target enrollment
of 4500;
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A pioneer in China’s
educational reform and
innovation;
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The first liberal arts
college in Mainland China
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