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  • Locations: Hong Kong, China
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
  • Budget Sheets: Fall, Spring
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2022 10/01/2021 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall 2022 03/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Academic Year 2022-2023 03/01/2022 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Instruction Language: Chinese, English GPA: 3.0
Housing Option: Student Residence Hall Academic Standing: Junior, Senior, Sophomore
College: Business Administration Programs by Department: Business
Applicants: Only BGSU students may apply
Program Description:


Established in 1956, Hong Kong Baptist University started life as a private post-secondary Christian college and in 1983, became a public university. No longer having a Christian affiliation, HKBU provides broad-based education that blends teaching, research and international perspectives. The University is committed to providing Whole Person Education that inculcates intellectual, cultural, social and sporting skills outside the classroom in addition to training the minds within.

HKBU is the second-oldest institution of higher education in Hong Kong.  In 2010, the Business School attained AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International accreditation - Less than 5% of the world's business schools are AACSB accredited.
Located in the heart of Kowloon, HKBU is only a few minutes' walk from metro stations and are well-serviced by public transport from virtually every area of Hong Kong.

Read more about being an exchange student in Hong Kong HERE.
After over a century and a half of British occupation, Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China in 1997. While traces of its past can still be found in the fishing villages scattered in its outlying islands, Hong Kong has flourished into a major international finance center featuring state-of-the-art infrastructure and highly efficient business services.  It is also a vibrant, international region that has cultural events, heritage and beautiful landscapes. Its compact size and unique attractions provide for a wide range of activities: hiking, fresh Cantonese seafood, quiet fishing villages, rare wildlife, beaches and world-class shopping districts. To learn more about living in Hong Kong click HERE.

Learn about your destination by visiting the State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs web page at to find country specific information about visa, safety and security, local laws, health, and more.   
HKBU offers courses taught in both English and Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese).

Students may choose to live on- or off-campus and are responsible for their own housing arrangements.  For on campus housing information click HERE. 
Most on-campus rooms accommodate two students and are air-conditioned.  Each occupant receives a bed, closet, desk, shelf, chair, and LAN port and Wi-Fi connected to the University network.  Linens (sheets, pillows, towels, etc.) are the responsibility of the individual occupant.  Every two rooms share a common restroom and shower facility.  Bedrooms do not have telephones, but Halls have public telephones in the common areas.  Other facilities include a common lounge (with a small pantry and kitchenette) on each floor, a music/TV room, multi-purpose room, table tennis room, computer room, gym, study room, and laundry area.

Students have the option of sharing a room with a local student, a Mainland Chinese student, or an international student, of the same gender.
The University does not operate any meal plan.  Students can dine on or off campus.  There are several dining halls on campus, serving both Chinese and Western food.  Cost per meal in ranges from USD $3-$15.  There are also several commercially operated restaurants within easy walking distance of campus.
Courses Offered: HKBU’s School of Business departments offer a wide range of courses for visiting students:
• Accountancy and Law
• Economics
• Finance and Decision Sciences
• Management
• Marketing

For more course information click HERE and/or HERE.
Because this exchange program is part of Bowling Green State University study abroad options, financial aid that could be applied to study on BGSU’s main campus can usually be applied equally to study in the program abroad. If contacting via email please include your name and ID number along with the program name and semester you are planning to study abroad.  For appointments, please also include several days and times that work for you.  

To determine eligibility for Financial Aid, please contact:
Candice Moser

In addition to financial aid, there are International Travel Grants and general Education Abroad scholarship opportunities that are available for students on the Education Abroad WEBSITE.

Students participating in BGSU exchange programs will pay their tuition and fees as if they were studying at Bowling Green State University.  No tuition or fees associated with studying are paid to Hong Kong Baptist University.  Students are responsible for their own housing, room and board, health insurance, and incidental expenses.  

 BGSU Tuition and Fees information can be found on the bursar’s website HERE.

Costs billed directly through BGSU Bursar's Office*
BGSU Tuition (12-18 credit hours) Tuition & Fees can be found on the bursar's WEBSITE (Undergraduate, Instate/Out of State).
College of Business Program Fee $500 
($100 deposit non-refundable upon application submission)
Education Abroad Fee  $50.00
Excess Credit Fee 19+ $200 per credit
Health Insurance  BGSU health/travel insurance daily rate and details can be found on the Education Abroad Safety, Security & Health web page
  If a student is granted upper level (3000 & 4000) business and tech course equivalencies, they will be charged the additional course fees upon return, when the equivalent course is posted to their record.  
*Fees listed are estimates and are subject to change at any time

Possible Additional Expenses (not billed through BGSU)*
Estimated Monthly Expenses
Room $225-350
Meals $300-600
Entertainment $20-100
Transportation (local) $20-100
*Air conditioning  $20-70
Miscellaneous $20-130
Total (USD) $605-1,350
*Fees listed are estimates and are subject to change at any time

*Air conditioning expense is not included in the accommodation fee; the amount quoted is based on shared room basis 24-hour usage.
** The higher estimated amounts are for international students who attempt to maintain a standard of living comparable to standards in their home countries of Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, etc.
There are fewer study-related costs than in North American institutions, for example, textbooks are not required in as many classes, relying instead more on subject syllabi and library readings in many subjects; there are fewer special student fees; and there are no general laboratory fees.  An estimate of US$250 per semester for books is suggested. The current rate of exchange is approximately US$1=HK$7.76
 **We will follow university payment/refund policies and schedules.
Tim Chambers, Director of Undergraduate Studies
253 Business Administration Building
Education Abroad, International Programs and Partnerships
301 University Hall