Hong Kong Baptist University
The Frank D. Hickingbotham School of Business and the Daniel R. Grant Center for International Studies jointly organize a semester study program at Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong. This program offers business majors or minors the opportunity to study in one of Asia’s top universities as well as a chance to experience the excitement of Hong Kong’s bustling business world.
Any student interested in international business, marketing, trade, finance, management, management information systems, or accounting will find this program rewarding for their present and future endeavors.
Students may take classes in Chinese Language (Mandarin), Business Administration, Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Business Law, Chinese Business, Trade Mathematics, Management Information Systems and many more.
Hong Kong Baptist University was founded in 1956 with the mission of providing quality higher education in a Christian environment. The University is a liberal arts institution with a variety of majors and degrees. The school is particularly strong in their Wing Lung Bank International Institute for Business Development as well as in their David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies.
There are several academic organizations open to visiting students at the Hong Kong Baptist University including: the Management Information Systems Society, the Economics Society, and the Government and International Studies Society. There are also many extracurricular organizations that visiting students may choose to join, such as: the Christian Student Union,the Judo Club, the Karate Club, the Rowing Club, the Social Service Club, the Current Affairs Association, the Baptist University Choir, and the Softball Club.
Ouachita students will stay in double-occupancy dorms at Hong Kong Baptist University. Students usually will room with a Chinese student in the international dormitory. Many clubs meet in the dorm and this is a wonderful place to meet Chinese and American friends.
All outside financial aid that a student is currently utilizing may be applied toward the cost ofthe semester study program. Ouachita allows a student to use 50% of Ouachita issued scholarships (with the exception of work-study aid).
Cost: Hong Kong 2014
- Second semester freshman classification at the time of selection
- A minimum of 2.5 GPA
- Good standing with the University
- Written approval from the Dean of the school of the student’s major
The application deadline for study during a fall semester is March 1. For study during a spring semester, the deadline is October 1. Summer programs are also available.
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