Application for Change of Major
    Deadline: 28 June 2016
    Students who wish to apply for change of major to the translation programme should submit the e-application form under CUSIS (Program Change) together with the following documents:
    (i) A letter of intent stating the reasons for applying to the translation programme.
    (ii) A copy of previous academic results within the University.
    (iii) A copy of the HKDSE results, or other public examination results at secondary school level.
    Please note that applicants should have satisfied at least one of the following minimum conditions, as prescribed by the Senate. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to sit for a written test and attend an interview during the period 29 June – 5 July 2016.
    (i) A student has taken course(s) of at least 6 units with an average grade of not less than B- that would count towards the major requirements of the programme; OR
    (ii) The admission WPGA score (e.g. HKALE, HKDSE) of the student must be better than the student at the lowest decile who had been successfully admitted to the programme concerned in the same year that s/he was first admitted to the University; OR
    (iii) The student has attained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above in the current academic year.
    Prizes and Awards
    The following students won prizes at the Sixth Cross-strait Interpreting Contest 第六屆海峽兩岸口譯大賽 (普通話/英語). Congratulations!
    Tracy Tse Yat Tun 謝軼同 TRA/BA/4 - First Prize (Regional Final in Hong Kong)
    - Second Prize (Final in Taiwan)
    Guo Likang 郭立慷 TRA/MA/1 - Second Prize (Regional Final in Hong Kong)
    Keynote speakers:
    - Brian James Baer, Kent State University
    - Mona Baker, University of Manchester
    - Sandra Bermann, Princeton University
    Download forms from our website:
    Proposals for individual papers (20 minute presentations) or panels (3-4 papers) should be submitted on or before 31 March 2016 to translation-and-time@cuhk.edu.hk.

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