After becoming an Registered Nurse, nurses can go for specialized education and training according to their interests and expertise.
Ms. Susan LAW will share how she enhanced professional knowledge and skill in the nursing profession and promoted specialization of nursing practice in Hong Kong.
In this session, Dr. Karen WOO will introduce the Associate Degree programme structure and features, admission requirements, scholarships and financial aid and “2+2” articulation pathway.
In the talk, the speaker will introduce the career prospects of kindergarten teachers in Hong Kong. Their professional development and opportunities for further study will also be explored.
In this session, the Academic Coordinator, Mr. Leslie Kam will introduce the trend and challenges in the camp industry with experience sharing on camp management and career opportunities.
In this postmodern era, cross-generation communication has become increasingly difficult, while there appears to be no simple and single way to bridge the gap between adults and young people. The psychology of different generations will be explored in the present talk. Suggestions will be offered to nurture mutual understanding, promoting generational resonance in the midst of conflicts and challenges.
This talk will introduce the programme structure, admission requirements, academic and professional recognition, study path and scholarships of the Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Early Childhood Education and Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education programmes.
This talk will introduce the three popular Higher Diploma programmes, including their career prospects, programme structures, academic recognitions, articulation paths and admission requirements.
This talk will introduce Self-funded Undergraduate Programmes (Years 3 & 4) of the College of International Education, e.g. programme structure and features, career prospects and admission requirements.
This talk will introduce the DAE programme, including programme structure, academic recognition, study path and admission requirements, helping visitors to have a better understanding about the programme and be better prepared for their future.
This talk will introduce DCFS’s programme structure, academic recognition, study paths and admission requirements.
The Kowloon Tong Campus comprises three campuses, namely Baptist University Road Campus (BURC), Ho Sin Hang Campus (HSHC), and Shaw Campus (SHAW).
Mass Transit Railway (MTR)
The nearest MTR station is Kowloon Tong Station. From there you can walk or take the minibus to our Kowloon Tong Campus.
• Walking (Takes roughly 10–15 mins):
· Exit from Exit A2
· Walk past Suffolk Road, turn into Waterloo Road (Northbound) and turn right into Junction Road
HSHC: On your left-hand side (next to the Hong Kong Baptist Hospital)
BURC / SHAW: On your right-hand side (opposite to the People’s Liberation Army Kowloon East Barracks)
• Taking the minibus:
· Exit from Exit B or D to get to the green minibus station of the Kowloon Tong Public Transport Interchange
HSHC / SHAW: Route no. 29A
BURC: Route no. 25M or 25MS
Take any of the bus routes stopping at the following bus stops:
Kam Shing Road: 2B, 2F, 3C, 7, 85, 85A, 85B, E22
Hong Kong Baptist University: 2B, 2F, 3C, 7, 85, 85A, 85B, 103, 208, E22
Renfrew Road: 103, 208