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CUHK GLOBAL

A comprehensive research university with a global vision, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) embraces internationalisation in its education and research, with a view to achieving excellence and gaining recognition for the University as a global leader.

The first student exchange program at the University was launched in 1965 with the University of California system. Today, CUHK has formal partnerships with over 460 institutions around the world, ranging from teaching and research collaborations to faculty and student exchanges, apart from joining a number of international associations to facilitate academic exchange. Serving as its international relations arm, the Office of Academic Links (OAL) promotes and facilitates the internationalisation of CUHK in its research, teaching and learning programmes so as to seek recognition for the University as a leader on the global stage.

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Hightlights


Announcements

Launching Event of Early Career Researcher International Network Development Program, 28 Oct 2020

“GlobaLinks” (Sep 2020) is available online

The latest issue of OAL e-newsletter “GlobaLinks” is now available. (more…)

Call for Applications: ACU Fellowships 2020 (Deadline: 14 October 2020)

The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Fellowships are now open for application. (more…)

APRU Global Health Conference 2020 – Universal Healthcare Across the Lifecourse (19-21 October)

The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) will hold its 2020 Global Health Conference themed ‘Universal Healthcare Across the Lifecourse’ virtually during 19-21 October 2020. In addition to a keynote speech and plenary sessions, there will also be four panel sessions on Ageing, Migration, Women, and COVID-19.   Interested participants

APRU Multi-Hazards Webinar Series: Session 1 – Understanding and Addressing Different Types of Hazard Risks (30 September)

The APRU Multi-Hazards Webinar Series: A new approach for disaster risk management after COVID-19 is organised by the APRU Multi-Hazards Program, University of Indonesia, and CBRNe-Natech Asian Disaster Risk Initiative (CnADRI) with the aim of understanding the various types of hazard risks and promoting proper preparedness measures to ensure effective

Webinar on ‘Perspectives of COVID-19 Pandemics: Epidemiology, Prevention and Control’ (30 September)

The inaugural APRU Crisis Management Webinar on ‘Perspectives of COVID-19 Pandemics: Epidemiology, Prevention and Control’ is led by UCLA Fielding School of Public Health in collaboration with three other APRU universities: The University of Sydney, National University of Singapore and Peking University.   This webinar will compare and contrast the