About the Programme
RationaleHong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) is committed to providing a teaching and learning environment that prepares students, faculty and staff to function effectively in today's increasingly interdependent world. Towards this end, the University actively promotes faculty and student exchanges and international conferences/seminars and joint projects with institutions all over the world.
Recognizing the importance of "bringing the world to the campus", particularly in a society such as Hong Kong, where there is a large pool of international human resources, HKBU is the first university in Hong Kong which launched, in 2004, the Consul-General-in-Residence Programme (CGiR).
The CGiR aims to foster international cooperation and intercultural understanding in today's interdependent world, as well as to enhance students' knowledge of and interest in world affairs.
Executive UnitThe International Office of the University is responsible for the execution of the Programme, under the direction of Dr. Albert Chau, Vice-President (Teaching & Learning), whose portfolio covers the broad areas of teaching and learning as well as the formulation of internationalization strategies.
Enquiries about the Programme should be directed to Ms. Kelly Li, Assistant Programme Officer of the International Office at Tel (852) 3411 6470; Fax: (852) 3411 5568; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.