Hong Kong Center

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Hong Kong Center

SU Hong Kong takes full advantage of its connections with leading education institutions, organizations, and businesses across the region. This translates into opportunities for you, both inside and beyond the classroom. Through extended travel seminars, field study, and guided research projects or internships, you will meet and interact with local students and scholars, community and business leaders, journalists, politicians, artists, and entrepreneurs. Though daily life in Hong Kong is distinctly fast-paced, there is another dimension you will discover: the deep cultural connections that center on family, friends, celebration, and tradition.

Subjects

  • Economics
  • Finance
  • History
  • Humanities
  • International Affairs/Relations
  • Literature
  • Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations
  • Political Science
  • Religious Studies
  • Chinese Language

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