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Examination Arrangements
  1. Adverse Weather Arrangement for Examinations
     
  2. Assessment and Examination Regulations
     
  3. Examination Timetable (2020/21 Semester 2)
     
  4. Examination Seating Arrangement (2020/21 Semester 2)
     
  5. Precautionary Measures for Examinations during the Outbreak of COVID-19
     
  6. Supplementary Examination
    Only a student who misses the examination because of hospital confinement due to illness or injury, or other personal emergencies may apply for supplementary examination. He/She should apply to the Registry with supporting evidence such as medical documents within 7 working days after the date of the concerned examination. A prescribed administration fee ($400/course) will be charged. The application is subject to the recommendation of the Programme Examinations Committee and the approval of the Examinations Board.
     
  7. Cancellation of On-campus Examinations of Certain Courses (2020/21 Semester 2)
    In view of the situation of COVID-19, on-campus examinations of the courses listed below will be cancelled. They are mainly GE and language courses, and those have no implications on health care professional recognitions. However, students are required to complete other course assessments assigned by the concerned course instructors.
    School Course ID Course Title
    MGT BUS2002 Social and Legal Environment for Business
    MGT BUS3203 Business Ethics
    ARH CHI1002 Applied Chinese Language
    ARH CHI2003 Putonghua
    MGT ECN1001 Introduction to Economics
    ARH ENG1001 Developing English Language Skills
    ARH ENG2006 Enhancing Academic English Skills
    ARH ENG2011 English for Healthcare Professionals
    ARH ENG2013 English for Social Sciences
    ARH ENG3003 Business Communication in English
    MGT GEA1215 Personal Finance
    MGT GEA1217 Managing Self and Leading Others
    ARH GEB1308 Chinese and Western Modes of Thoughts
    MGT GEB1314 Business and Society
    ARH GEC1102 Interpreting Art
    ARH GEC1311 Media and Everyday Life
    ARH GED1008 Introduction to Statistics
    MHS GED1402 Nutrition, Food and Disease in Global Perspectives
    MHS GED1419 Chinese Medicine and Life
    ARH GED2005 Information Technology and Multimedia Applications
    ARH GEN1304 The Development and Operation of Non-profit Organizations
    ARH GEN3004 Report Writing
    MGT HSM3003 Healthcare Information Systems
    ARH HSS1008 Statistics for Social Sciences
    ARH HSS3004 Transitions in Hong Kong Society
    ARH HSS4001 Crime and Deviance
    MGT MGT1001 Introduction to Management
    MGT MGT2002 Management and Organisational Behaviour
    MGT MGT3013 Community Development
    MGT MGT3020 Digital Data Management
    ARH PSY1001 Developmental Psychology
    ARH PSY2001 Cognitive Psychology: Theories of How We Think
    ARH PSY2003 Social Psychology: Dynamics between Individuals and Groups
    ARH PSY2013 Research Methods in Psychology
    ARH PSY4001 Educational Psychology
    ARH PSY4002 Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy


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51 Kwai Cheong Road,
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