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Student Guide 2009

MSc in Applied Economics


Contents 1.  The Programme......................................................................................................2  1.1.  Programme Structure .......................................................................................2  1.2.   Suggested Study Plan ......................................................................................4  1.3.  Seminar on “Mathematics for Economists” ...................................................5  1.4.  Graduation and Academic Awards .................................................................5 2.  Course Registration...............................................................................................6  2.1.  Course Registration .........................................................................................6  2.2.  Course Add / Drop ............................................................................................6  2.3.  Tuition Fee, Payment Schedule & Methods ...................................................8 3.  Continuing Education Fund (CEF) ..................................................................... 11 4.  Contacts & Useful Links ...................................................................................... 12 APPENDIX .................................................................................................................. 13  I.  Important Dates .............................................................................................. 13  II.  Academic Calendar 2009/10 .......................................................................... 14  III.  Activating your EID to Check the Class Schedule....................................... 17  IV.  Academic Honesty ......................................................................................... 23  V.  Adverse Weather Arrangements ................................................................... 24  VI.  CityU Campus Map: Location of Postgraduate Unit, EF Department ........ 26 

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1.

The Programme

1.1. Programme Structure •

Students are required to complete o 5 core courses (15 credit units) and o 5 elective courses (15 credit units)

Core Courses (15 Credit Units) Course Code

Course Title

EF5400

Advanced International Trade

EF5470

Econometrics

9

EF5471

Advanced Microeconomics

9

EF5472

Advanced Macroeconomics

9

EF5473

Professional Seminars in Applied Economics (full-year)

9

(each course below earns 3 credit units)

Sem A

Sem B 9

9

* Pre-registration of all the above core courses will be done for you in Semester A

Elective Courses (15 credit units) o Programme Electives At least 2 EF courses below (6 credit units) Course Code

Course Title

EF5401

China Economy

EF5402

Economic Growth and Development

EF5403

Experimental Economics

EF5404

Financial Economics

EF5405

Industrial Organization

EF5406

International Finance

EF5407

Topics in Microeconomics

9

EF5408

Topics in Econometrics

9

EF5409

Urban and Real Estate Economics

EF5411

Topics in Macroeconomics

EF5412

Topics in Econometrics II

EF5413

Computational Economics

(each course below earns 3 credit units)

Sem A

Sem B

9 9

9

9 9

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o Free Electives Maximum 3 elective courses (9 credit units) from consortium courses offered by all departments under CB (College of Business) (Prior approval by Head of EF Department is needed) Semester A AC5690 EF5042 IS5311 IS5411 IS5743 IS6921 MGT5313 MGT5510 MGT6203 MGT6318 MKT5611 MKT5641 MKT5642 MS5212 MS6211 MS6215 MS6721

Semester B EF5052 IS6600 IS6940C MGT5316 MGT5516 MGT6202 MGT6314 MGT6321 MGT6503 MGT6511 MKT 5643 MKT 5646 MKT 6615 MS6217 MS6218 MS6711

Summer MKT 5640 MKT 5644 MKT 5645

(each course below earns 3 credit units) Corporate Governance Corporate Finance Business Software Construction System Analysis and Design Information Technology Based Organization Transformation Knowledge Management International Organisational Behaviour International Business and the Global Business Enterprise Executive Development Managing Employee Performance Consumer / Buyer Behavior Chinese Culture and Marketing Financial Marketing Statistical Methods I Statistical Modeling in Risk Management Forecasting Methods for Business Supply Chain Management

(each course below earns 3 credit units) Investments Global Information Systems and Knowledge Management Applications in Organisations Information Technology Leadership Forum Human Resources Management Managing Innovation and Technology Globally Leadership: Managing in Adverse Situations Global Human Resource Management Managing Human Resources in the Mainland China Comparative Management: Asian Perspectives Emerging Issues in Multinational Strategic Management Global Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications Marketing Engineering Statistical Modeling in Economics and Finance Statistical Modeling in Marketing Engineering Data Mining

(each course below earns 3 credit units) Strategic Retail Management Electronic Marketing Customer Relationship Management

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1.2. Suggested Study Plan Year 2009/10 Sample

Semester A

Semester B

Summer

1

EF5470

Econometrics

EF5400

Advanced International Trade

EF5406

International Finance

EF5471

Advanced Microeconomics

EF5407

Topics in Microeconomics

EF5472

Advanced Macroeconomics

EF5411

Topics in Macroeconomics

EF5409

Urban and Real Estate Economics

EF5402

Economic Growth & Development /

EF5408

Topics in Econometrics

EF5406

International Finance

EF5406

International Finance

EF5473 2

EF5470

Econometrics

EF5400

Advanced International Trade

EF5471

Advanced Microeconomics

EF5402

Economic Growth & Development

EF5472

Advanced Macroeconomics

EF5404

Financial Economics

EF5042

Corporate Finance

EF5052

Investments

EF5473 3

Professional Seminars in Applied Economics

Professional Seminars in Applied Economics

EF5470

Econometrics

EF5400

Advanced International Trade

EF5471

Advanced Microeconomics

EF5404

Financial Economics /

EF5402

Economic Growth & Development

EF5472

Advanced Macroeconomics

2 CB Electives

CB Elective EF5473

Professional Seminars in Applied Economics

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1.3. Seminar on “Mathematics for Economists” •

This is the first seminar series for EF5473 Professional Seminars in Applied Economics. All new students of MSAE will be pre-registered for these seminars. You can earn maximum 4 PDUs for course EF5473 by attending these seminars. Please refer to separate attachment for course outline. Date (Time):

5, 6 & 14 September 2009 (9:00am – 12:00noon AND 1:30pm – 4:30pm) 13 September 2009 (9:00am – 1:00pm AND 5:00pm – 7:00pm) Venue: P4302 Course Material: http://www.economics.utoronto.ca/osborne/MathTutorial/index.html

1.4. Graduation and Academic Awards • • •

Credit unit earned: 30 or above (all programme requirements met) Award Classifications: Distinction, Credit and Pass CGPA (Cumulative Grade Points Average): 2 or above Letter Grade A+ A AB+ B BC+ C CD F P

Grade Points 4.3 4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7 2.3 2.0 1.7 1.0 0.0 “Pass” in a pass-fail course (for EF5473 only)

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2.

Course Registration

2.1. Course Registration • •

All core courses will be pre-registered (shown in AIMS from 3 August 2009 onwards) Submit paper Add / Drop Form if you have any changes on course selection (10 August – 7 September 2009)

2.2. Course Add / Drop •

Preparation Work o Activate your EID (Appendix III) o Before adding any course by checking the "Master Class Schedule" to find out if the course is WEB-ENABLED; the registration restrictions; whether there are available seats; and whether the meeting day and time conflict with your existing schedule. o Check "Course Information" from "Programmes and Courses" website for prerequisite and precursor requirements. o Write down the CRNs (Course Reference Numbers), course code, title and section numbers of the courses you intend to add to your schedule. Make sure you have included ALL components of a course, e.g. lecture + tutorial + laboratory.

Web Add / Drops o Students can add/drop courses on-line via the web in AIMS for web-enabled courses. o Check "Course Information" from "Programmes and Courses" website for prerequisite and precursor requirements. o Web add / drop period: 17 August – 7 September 2009 o Steps for Web Add/Drops Getting Started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5

Log onto CityU e-Portal. Select AIMS Click "Course Registration" menu . Click "Select Term", choose the correct term and press "Submit Term". Click "Add or Drop Classes" and you will find your pre-registered course sections under "Current Schedule".

Looking for a Course Section 6. 7.

Click "Class Search" at the bottom of the page to go to the "Look Up Classes" Menu. Enter your search criteria: (i) select one department in "Subject", then enter the course number or enter the course title as a context search; OR (ii) select one or several departments (press Control key) in "Subject", select day or evening in "Session", select any one day of the week or do not tick any box in "Days".

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Click "Class Search". Course sections already 'full' will NOT be displayed.

To add a Course 9. 10. 11. 12.

To add course sections, check the relevant "CRN" boxes. Go to the bottom of the page and click "Register". Course sections successfully registered will be shown under your "Current Schedule". Alternatively, you can input the CRNs directly under the heading "Add Classes Worksheet" in the "Add or Drop Classes" form, then click "Submit Changes".

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Drop a Course 13. To drop a course section, click the arrow button under Action in your "Current Schedule" and choose "Web drop", and then click "Submit Changes".

Registration Errors 14. If the add request is unsuccessful, a box with the heading "Registration Add Errors" will appear below your schedule. 15. To remove the Registration Error box, click "Submit Changes" or click "Course Registration" menu and re-enter the "Add or Drop Classes" menu.

Finishing Your Session 16. After completing all web add/drops, click "My Detail Schedule" to double-check your class schedule record. 17. When you have finished, make sure that you close e-Portal before leaving your terminal.

Paper Add / Drops • To add / drop required courses and programme electives which are NOT webenabled, print the Add/Drop Form from AIMS, complete the form and submit it EF Department for approval. • Any add/drop received by the department after the add / drop period will not necessarily be approved and will be considered on a case by case basis. • Paper add / drop period: 10 August – 7 September 2009

Please also visit http://www.cityu.edu.hk/arro/crsreg/process.html for details.

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2.3. Tuition Fee, Payment Schedule & Methods •

Tuition Fee o HK$3,180/credit unit

Payment Schedule Tuition Fee Payment Due Date Semester A 1st Installment (6 credit units = HK$19,080) Paid (Acceptance Fee) nd 2 Installment (Remaining balance) 13 October 2008 Semester B 1st Installment (2 credit units = HK$6,360) 18 January 2010 nd 2 Installment (Remaining balance) 2 March 2010 Summer Term Full Amount 12 July 2010 Please check your own account summary in “AIMS”.

Payment Methods 1. ATM / Internet Payment Via ATM ATM cardholders of Hang Seng Bank, HSBC or JETCO can settle the payment at the ATMs with the sign “BILL PAYMENT SERVICE” or “JET PAYMENT”: For Hang Seng Bank & HSBC ATM Machines, Choose “Bill Payment” “EDUCATION - Universities” “City University of Hong Kong” Key in your student no., Bill type '01' and the total amount to be paid For JETCO ATM Machines, Choose “Bill Payment” “EDUCATION” “City University of Hong Kong” Key in your student no., Bill type '01' and the total amount to be paid

Via Internet Registered users of the following Internet Banking Services can make payment via the following websites: Hang Seng Bank account holders HSBC account holders JETCO bank account holders

http://www.hangseng.com/e-banking https://www.ebank.hsbc.com.hk/logon.htm http://www.jetpayment.com.hk

Please key in your student no., Bill type '01' and the total amount to be paid.

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2. Bank Draft Payment (for payment outside Hong Kong only) Payment can be made by bank draft issued by a bank outside Hong Kong. The bank draft should be in Hong Kong dollar which is payable to “City University of Hong Kong”. * 3. Cash / Cheque Payment Crossed cheques should be payable to “City University of Hong Kong”. * *Please write down your name and student number at the back of the bank draft / cheque before payment is made directly to the counter of any branch of Hang Seng Bank. Please present the CityU tuition fee statement together with your payment at the bank counter.

4. Credit Card Payment by credit card can be made through e-banking services (you should register with the following banks directly) provided by the following banks: Participating Banks

Websites

AEON Credit Service (Asia) Co. Ltd

http://www.aeon.com.hk

Bank of China

http://www.boci.com.hk

Bank of Communications

http://www.bankcomm.com.hk

Citibank

http://www.citibank.com.hk

CITIC Ka Wah Bank

http://www.citickawahbank.com

Dah Sing Bank Ltd

http://www.dahsing.com

DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd

http://www.dbs.com.hk

Fubon Bank

http://www.fubonbank.com.hk

Hang Seng Bank Ltd

http://www.hangseng.com

HSBC

http://www.hsbc.com.hk

Mevas Bank Ltd

http://www.mevas.com.hk

Shanghai Commercial Bank Ltd

http://www.shacombank.com.hk

Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd

http://www.standardchartered.com.hk

The Bank of East Asia Ltd

http://www.hkbea-cyberbanking.com

Wing Lung Bank Ltd

http://www.winglungbank.com

Key in: Payee - “City University of Hong Kong”, Your Student No. for “Bill Account No.”, Bill type “01”, and The total amount to be paid

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5. PPS Funds transfer from any designated bank account in Hong Kong using touch-tone phone or via the PPS website http://www.ppshk.com. For further inquiries about the payment methods, please contact Finance Office at 3442-6337.

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3. z z

Continuing Education Fund (CEF) Eligibility: Maximum subsidy:

HK citizenship HK$10,000 Application and Reimbursement Have you ever opened a CEF account? No

Yes

a. Collect the endorsed CEF Application Form from the Postgraduate Unit of EF Department from 3 August 2009 onwards. Sign the Form and submit it directly to CEF Office by 28 August 2009. b. CEF Office will mail you the CEF Reimbursement Claim Form.

a. During the semester, we will ask via e-mail if you would like to use the course(s) that you are taking to claim for CEF reimbursement. b. If yes, we will check whether you have met all the reimbursement requirements (i.e., pass the course(s) with 70% attendance and all tuition fee paid). c.

If yes, you will receive a notification (during the following semester) to pick up the “Proof of Completion of Course” and to get your Reimbursement Form endorsed.

d. Submit the endorsed Form, the “Proof” and other documents listed in the Claim Form directly to the CEF Office.

CEF Office Address

Room 916, 9/F, Kwai Hing Government Offices, 166–174 Hing Fong Road, Kwai Chung, New Territories Office Hours Monday to Friday 8:45 am to 5:45 pm 24-hour manned enquiry hotline 3142-2277 E-mail cef@sfaa.gov.hk Web-site http://www.sfaa.gov.hk/cef/intro.htm List of CEF Approved Reimbursable Courses (offered by EF Department) 1 2 3

EF5042 – Corporate Finance EF5052 – Investments EF5401 – China Economy

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4. •

Contacts & Useful Links Postgraduate Unit, Department of Economics and Finance (EF Department)

Office

P7400, 7/Floor, Purple Zone Academic Building, CityU

E-mail

ef.pg@cityu.edu.hk

Phone

2788-9583

Fax

2788-9145

Office hours

Monday to Friday Saturday

10:00 am to 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm 1:30 am to 4:30 pm

Academic Regulations and Records Office (ARRO)

Office Enquiries Hotlines

Level 3, Green Zone, Academic Building (next to Hang Seng Bank), CityU 2788-9068, 2788-9069

Office hours

Monday to Friday Saturday

Website

http: //www.cityu.edu.hk/cityu/dpt-admin/arro.htm

9:15 am to 6:30 pm 9:15 am to 12:00 noon

Useful Links of CityU

Department of Economics and Finance

http://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/ef/

MSc in Applied Economics

http://www.cb.cityu.edu.hk/ef/msae/

Student Orientation 2008

http://www.cityu.edu.hk/orientation/2008/index.html

Examination

http://www.cityu.edu.hk/arro/exam1/

International and Non-local Students Office

http://www.cityu.edu.hk/inso/

Student Residence Office

http://www.cityu.edu.hk/sro/

Financial Assistance / Student Locker Application

http://www.cityu.edu.hk/sds/w_f/

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APPENDIX I.

Important Dates DATE

ACTIVITY

3 Jul 2009

First date of enrolment.

28 Jul 2009

Release of Semester A class schedule in e-Portal.

From 10 Aug 2009 onwards

Enrollment “Personal Success Programme”

17 Aug 2009

Start day of online course registration (Semester A).

27 Aug - 5 Sept 2009

Guided Library tours.

28 Aug 2009

Last day for application of credit transfer (Semester A)

29 Aug 2009

Orientation for MSAE students ( 7-9pm at LT-12)

28 Aug - 5 Sept 2009

Application for student lockers (full-time students, part-time students, students of combined mode of study).

31 Aug 2009

Start of Semester A.

31 Aug – 4 Sept 2009

Application for / renewal of student personalized Octopus Card (for full-time students only & under 25).

5, 6, 12 & 13 Sept 2009

Seminar on “Mathematics for Economics"

1 - 3 Sept 2009

Guided Tour on Computing Services Centre

7 Sept 2009

Last day for course add / drop (Semester A).

7 -12 Sept 2009

Library Orientation Classes

12 Sept 2009

Last day for withdrawal of studies and application for leave of absence (Semester A).

13 Oct 2009

Due date for payment of Semester A tuition fees.

21 Oct 2009

Release of Semester A exam timetable.

7 – 19 Dec 2009

Examination period

8 Dec 2009 (tentative)

Release of Semester B class schedule in e-Portal.

6 Jan 2009

Release of Semester A course grades.

11 Jan 2010

Start of Semester B.

18 Jan 2010∗

Due date for payment of tuition fee of 2 credit units (Semester B).

18 Jan 2010

Last day for course add / drop (Semester B).

2 Mar 2010

Due date for payment of balance of tuition fee (Semester B).

10 Mar 2010

Release of Semester B exam timetable.

∗ For students studying on programmes charged by credit units, they have to pay a tuition fee for two credit units by 18 Jan 2010, and then the balance of the tuition fee for Semester B 2009/10 by 2 Mar 2010.

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II.

Academic Calendar 2009/10 Wk

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Events / Public Holidays

August 2009

Semester A - 31 Aug 2009 to 28 Nov 2009

30 31

31 Semester A starts

September 2009

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October 2009 1

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1 National Day 2 Graduation Date 3 Mid-Autumn Festival

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28 Last Day of Teaching 30 Nov - 5 Dec Student Revision Period

December 2009 1

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7 - 19 Examination Period

21 Dec 2009 - 9 Jan 2010 Semester Break 25 Christmas Day 26 Day following Christmas Day

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January 2010

Events / Public Holidays Semester B - 11 Jan 2010 to 24 Apr 2010

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11 Semester B starts

31 February 2010 Wk 4 Wk 5

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13 - 16 Lunar New Year Holidays

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April 2010

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May 2010 1

1 Labour Day 3 - 15 Examination Period

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Events / Public Holidays Summer Term - 7 Jun 2010 to 24 Jul 2010

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17 May - 5 Jun Semester Break

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26 - 31 Jul Student Revision Period

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III. • 1)

Activating your EID to Check the Class Schedule Activate your Electronic ID (EID) Go to CityU website (www.cityu.edu.hk).

Click “STUDENT ORIENTATION 2009/10 Welcome”

2)

Click “Your Electronic ID” under the “Survival” section.

Click “Your Electronic ID”

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3)

Activate your EID

Click “To activate your EID, go to Pre-enrolment”

Click “Do the Preenrolment Process Now!”

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Enter your “Student No.� in the box.

4)

After entering the Student No., follow the instruction to set your password for further login in AIMS.

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• 1)

Login to “AIMS” Go to CityU website (www.cityu.edu.hk).

Click “Current Students”

2)

Login to e-Portal by your EID and password.

(i) Key in your “EID” and “password” (ii) Press “Login” button

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3)

After login, you will find: a. “MY ANNOUNCEMENTS”: all announcements from the programmes and the University b. “AIMS”: to access your timetable and add / drop courses c. “My Courses”: shows currently registered courses

Click “AIMS”

4)

In “AIMS”, you can check the Class Schedule, your own time table and to add / drop courses.

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5)

Master Class Schedule (all available courses shown for current semester) In e-portal, you will find “Univ. Services (Student)” on the top right hand corner.

Click “Univ. Services (Student)”

Click “Master Class Schedule”

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IV.

Academic Honesty

You must pursue your studies with academic honesty, which is central to the conduct of academic work. You are expected to present your own work, give proper acknowledgement of other's work, and honestly report findings obtained.

Students who commit an act of academic dishonesty which jeopardizes the integrity of the learning and assessment process may be charged and be liable to disciplinary actions. You must refrain from the following examples of academic dishonest behaviour: o plagiarism o submission for assessment of material that is not the student's own work; o misrepresentation of a piece of group work as the student's own individual work; o collusion, i.e., obtaining assistance in doing work which is meant to be solely the student's own work; o unauthorized access to an examination/test paper; o use of unauthorized material in assessment; o communicating unauthorized information during assessment; o use of fabricated data claimed to be obtained by experimental work, or data copied or obtained by unfair means; o impersonating another student at a test or an examination or allowing oneself to be impersonated.

Please familiarize yourself with the sections on "Academic Honesty" and "Code of Student Conduct" under 'Academic Regulations and Policies' of the CityU Student Portal: http://www.cityu.edu.hk/arro/studguide/conductnbehaviour/index.html. All offences in connection with University assessments, in particular cheating or plagiarism in examinations or coursework, are serious offences and if substantiated, may lead to severe penalties. •

Plagiarism

To plagiarize is "to use another person's idea or a part of their work and pretend that it is your own". [Cambridge Dictionaries Online] The most common forms of plagiarism are: o Paraphrase (i.e., put other people's ideas into your own words) without acknowledging the source o Copy sentences or passages from the Web, or copy sentences or paragraphs from a book or an article, without citing the source o Copy part of, or the entire, term paper written by someone else o Buy a term paper written by someone else and submit it as your own •

How to Avoid Plagiarism?

To avoid plagiarism, you should always provide information of the sources used, i.e., you must document or cite the sources of information which you have consulted or used in writing your paper. Therefore, it is important that you keep records of all sources that you have consulted so that you will be able to provide proper citations later. A citation refers to the basic information about an information source (e.g., a book, an article, a media resource) sufficient for identifying the source. For example, a citation for a book usually includes the author, title, publisher, and date of publication.

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V.

Adverse Weather Arrangements

*

The term “CityU classes and examinations” shall mean teaching activities and examinations of CityU awardbearing programmes, including Associate Degree programmes held at Telford Annex. The term “SCOPE classes & examinations” shall mean classes / examinations of courses and non-CityU award-bearing programmes and other activities run by SCOPE.

#

“Morning Session” = refers to all sessions with commencement time before 1:30 pm “Afternoon Session” = refers to all sessions with commencement time at or after 1:30pm but before 6:30 pm “Evening Session” = refers to all sessions with commencement time at or after 6:30 pm

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*

The term “CityU classes and examinations” shall mean teaching activities and examinations of CityU awardbearing programmes, including Associate Degree programmes held at Telford Annex. The term “SCOPE classes & examinations” shall mean classes / examinations of courses and non-CityU award-bearing programmes and other activities run by SCOPE.

#

“Morning Session” = refers to all sessions with commencement time before 1:30 pm “Afternoon Session” = refers to all sessions with commencement time at or after 1:30pm but before 6:30 pm “Evening Session” = refers to all sessions with commencement time at or after 6:30 pm

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VI.

CityU Campus Map: Location of Postgraduate Unit, EF Department P7400, 7/Floor, Purple Zone, Academic Building, CityU (located on the right hand-side of Lift 6 on the 7/Floor, Academic Buildinig) Route 1: From MTR / Festival Walk to the Postgraduate Unit, EF Department

Lift-6

(2) Walk through the Pedestrian Subway and the red doors at the end of the Subway to enter the Academic Building; turn left and take Lift 6 to go to the 7/F, EF Department

(1) By MTR / Festival Walk On Level LG1 of Festival Walk, there is a Pedestrian Subway which leads to CityU campus

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Route 2: From the Car park to the Postgraduate Unit, EF Department

(3) Walk through the red doors to enter the Academic Building and take Lift 6 to go to the 7/F.

(2) Drop off at the University Circle and go along the Covered Walk Way which will lead you to the Academic Building.

Lift-6

(1) By Car/ Taxi

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