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The Faculty of Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a hub of cutting-edge research and technology transfer as well as an effective training ground for engineers. Its strong professorial contingent consists of, among others, Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, IEEE Fellows (the Faculty has the largest number of IEEE Fellows among all local engineering schools), the first Chinese scholar to win the prestigious Turning Award and 2009 Nobel Prize winner in physics.
The undergraduate engineering exchange program with CUHK enables undergraduates from both institutions to take advantage of the unique academic and cultural opportunities offered by Dartmouth College and CUHK. The program generally enrolls three students from CUHK to spend the fall term at Dartmouth and a like number of Dartmouth students to spend the fall or spring semester at CUHK. Spring semester exchange requires the utilization of one transfer (X) term for winter and an L term for spring. International students should contact OVIS for specific advice on D-Plan before applying. Dartmouth students participating on the exchange enroll in courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering at CUHK, subject to to usual university regulations and policies, prerequisites and language requirements.
Dartmouth participants on the exchange will be undergraduate students in their third (or possibly fourth) year who will be engineering sciences majors (or modified majors) by the time they enter the exchange program. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Dartmouth students pay tuition to Dartmouth; room and board fees are paid directly to CUHK.
Applications must be submitted by February 1 of the year before the planned exchange.