HKBU-SFU 2+2 Double Degree Programme
Students accepted to the programme spend the first two years at HKBU BBA and the final two years at Simon Fraser University (SFU) to receive world class education from both institutions, preparing for their success in the global business environment. Upon completion of the Programme, students will be awarded two degrees in business, one from HKBU and one from SFU.
- One of the top comprehensive universities in Canada
- AACSB & EQUIS accredited business school
- 9 Business concentrations on offer: Accounting, Finance, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Human Resources Management, Information Systems Management, Marketing, Operation Management, International Business and Strategic Analysis
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & CURRICULUM
This is a 2+2 year undergraduate programme, requiring completion of 128 credit units at HKBU and 120 credit units at SFU. Students are expected to earn at least 64 units at HKBU and 60 units at SFU in 5 terms.
To ensure students satisfy the requirements of both programmes and successfully obtain two degrees, evaluation of the courses offered have been undergone to assess the content equivalence. A list of HKBU courses, including business and G.E., recognized by SFU is compiled. After students are transferred to SFU, they must consult BBA Office for course enrollment and report their study plan every semester. So as to fulfil the SFU programme requirement and at the same time, prevent the additional tuition fee caused by enrolling to unfit courses.
- Current BBA students in Year 2 from all concentrations
- Local or non-local students
- Attain cGPA 3.0 or above
- Good command of English
SFU calculates undergraduate tuition fees based primarily on the number of units in which the student enrolls. The maximum number of units to be taken at SFU is restricted at 60 units. Any exceeding units are not allowed.
Local students who are accepted to the programme should pay the local tuition fee, while non-local students should pay on self-finance basis. The School of Business offers scholarship and sponsorship to successful applicants.
Estimated budget on living expenses and other costs per term is as follows:
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SCHOLARSHIP & SPONSORSHIP
Local student accepted to the programme is eligible to apply HKBU Exchange Sponsorship and Scholarship every academic year, which cover most of the tuition fee and living expenses. Non-local students who is NOT Full Admission Scholarship recipient is also eligible to apply for HKBU Exchange Scholarship.
Application opens every December to January, i.e. from the end of Semester 1 to the beginning of Semester 2.
Criteria including academic ability, communication skills, suitability to the programme (study plan) and non-academic achievements will all be considered. Shortlisted students will be invited to a selection interview in mid-January.