An industrial attachment course enables students:
- To apply their theoretical knowledge through hands-on experience of real-world practices in an authentic organisational context.
- To connect what students have learned in the classroom with real life lessons learned in the workplace;
- To combine theory with practice in order to create new knowledge and builds generic competencies to enable them to pursue their career goals;
- To cultivate capable and self-reliant graduates who are ready to embark on their chosen career path and able to contribute to the betterment of the community.
|Chinese Language and Literature||CHI 396 Work Placement|
|English and Literature||ENG 285 Work Placement|
|History||HIST 380 Work Placement|
|Journalism and Communication||JOUR 403 Professional Internship|
|Accounting||ACCT 471 Internship|
|Business Administration||BUS 490 Internship|
|BUS 471 Internship Capstone Project (CGRM)|
|BUS 471 Internship Capstone Project (DM)|
|BUS 471 Internship Capstone Project (HRMAP)|
|Economics and Finance||ECON 460 Internship|
|Law and Business||LAW 323 Internship|
|Counselling & Psychology||COUN 461-2 Internship|
|PSY 461 Industrial Attachment|
|Social Work||SW 361-2 Fieldwork|
|SW 363 Fieldwork|
|SW 471-2 Fieldwork|
|Sociology||SOC 470 Service Learning|
|SOC 490 Enterprise Learning|
Course handbooks are available for download here.
Hong Kong Shue Yan University is determined to be the leading private University in Hong Kong. Strategic development goals have been set to sustain the University’s first mover advantage as the students’ choice of private university in Hong Kong and to enrich students’ learning experience and employability.
The integration of industrial attachment with the academic curriculum is introduced in support of the University’s vision. The new teaching and learning model and practice from industrial attachment courses is advanced to accomplish the strategic development goals and to offer innovative pedagogy in delivering theoretical, professional and practical knowledge that:
Keeps academic programme development abreast with the ever-changing and competitive environment;
Enhances the integration of tertiary education with community that is necessary for the knowledge-based economy;
Meets the need to develop informed and skilled individuals who have the self-reliance, capabilities and attributes to make an effective contribution to the society;
Equips students with the generic competences to realise their career goals and the determination to succeed in different contexts and throughout life.
Overall, industrial attachment courses seek to make a difference to students’ learning experience and contribute to the betterment of the community in general.