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Hong Kong Baptist University

Theology, Religion

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) (Chinese: 香港浸會大學) is a publicly funded tertiary institution with a Christian education heritage.

It was established as Hong Kong Baptist College with the support of American Baptists, who provided both operating and construction funds and personnel to the school in its early years.

It became Hong Kong Baptist University in 1994 during the presidency of Dr. Daniel Tse Chi-wai, LLD, GBS, CBE, JP, who succeeded the Founding President, Dr. Lam Chi-fung, as the second president of the University in 1971. After 30 years of services to the University, Dr. Daniel Tse Chi-wai retired in 2001 and Prof. Ng Ching-fai, GBS, was appointed as the third president of the University. In 2010, Prof. Albert Chan Sun-chi assumed office as the fourth president of HKBU.

HKBU has five main campuses: Ho Sin Hang Campus (1966), Shaw Campus (1995), Baptist University Road Campus (1998), "Kai Tak Campus" (2005), and Shek Mun Campus (2006) for the College of International Education and the Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School. The first three campuses are located in the urban heart of Kowloon Tong, while the Kai Tak Campus is on Kwun Tong Road and the Shek Mun Campus in Sha Tin.

In 2005, the University established the Beijing Normal University - Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC) in Zhuhai, China. The College is the first and only tertiary education institution founded through collaboration between a Mainland university and a Hong Kong university. It sets a new model for liberal education in China, aiming to nurture graduates with an international perspective.
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Hong Kong Baptist University

Theology, Religion

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) (Chinese: 香港浸會大學) is a publicly funded tertiary institution with a Christian education heritage.

It was established as Hong Kong Baptist College with the support of American Baptists, who provided both operating and construction funds and personnel to the school in its early years.

It became Hong Kong Baptist University in 1994 during the presidency of Dr. Daniel Tse Chi-wai, LLD, GBS, CBE, JP, who succeeded the Founding President, Dr. Lam Chi-fung, as the second president of the University in 1971. After 30 years of services to the University, Dr. Daniel Tse Chi-wai retired in 2001 and Prof. Ng Ching-fai, GBS, was appointed as the third president of the University. In 2010, Prof. Albert Chan Sun-chi assumed office as the fourth president of HKBU.

HKBU has five main campuses: Ho Sin Hang Campus (1966), Shaw Campus (1995), Baptist University Road Campus (1998), "Kai Tak Campus" (2005), and Shek Mun Campus (2006) for the College of International Education and the Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School. The first three campuses are located in the urban heart of Kowloon Tong, while the Kai Tak Campus is on Kwun Tong Road and the Shek Mun Campus in Sha Tin.

In 2005, the University established the Beijing Normal University - Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (UIC) in Zhuhai, China. The College is the first and only tertiary education institution founded through collaboration between a Mainland university and a Hong Kong university. It sets a new model for liberal education in China, aiming to nurture graduates with an international perspective.
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Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education

Theology, ReligionEducation, Educational ResearchElectrical, ElectronicBank, InsuranceHuman Resources, Social WorkManagementPsychologyDanceMusicTheatre

Hong Kong Buddhist College, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education (HKNYC)(Chinese: 香港能仁專上學院)is a private higher education provider in Hong Kong. The College was founded in 1969 as the Hong Kong Buddhist College (HKBC), and changed its name in 2014 when it was granted accreditation from the The Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ) for its associate degree programmes. The College is a registered nonprofit organisation. In 2014 the Education Bureau, and the Chief Executive approved the application by the College to use the moniker Hok Yuen (學院) as part of its official name. The NYC features are small class size and scholarships and bursaries are provided to students. All NYC programmes have been accredited by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ). In the next few years, NYC will offer more bachelor's degree Programmes to the Hong Kong community, covering fields such as Human Resources Management, Banking and Financial Services, Social Work and Applied Psychology. A Master in Buddhist Studies programme is also part of this plan. NYC owns two campuses. The campuses house Lecture Theatres, an Exhibition Hall, Classrooms, Computer Laboratories, a Music Room, a Dance Room, a Student Common Room, a Fitness Room, a Table Tennis Room, a Student Activities Room as well as a Sky Garden. The Library has around 200,000 items, among which 170,000 are electronic books. Equipped with 200M internet and Web 2.0 technology. Overseas and/or local workplace experience will be arranged for students. Running for 4 to 8 weeks, it will take place in the summer. The College subsidizes students who participate in the overseas internship programmes.
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Al-Baath University

Homs‎

Al-Baath University (Arabic: جامعة البعث‎), founded in 1979, is a public university located in the city of Homs, Syria, 180 km north of Damascus. It is Syria's fourth largest university.

The university was established in 1979; it was established by Presidential Decree No. 44 issued by Hafez al-Assad.

Al-Baath University has 22 faculties, 5 intermediate institutes, 40,000 regular students, 20,000 students in open learning, 1310 high studies students and 622 faculty members. The library contains some 63,000 volumes (as of 2011).

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