Students at the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences are characterised by their ease in bridging international and intellectual borders.
The Global Education and Mobility (GEM) Explorer programme allows students to take courses in an overseas partner institution for one full-semester, without paying additional tuition fees. This programme is offered at over 150 partner universities, across more than 25 countries. Students have the opportunity to build a global network, develop global perspectives and connect with different people in diverse cultures, thus broadening and enriching their learning experience.
The GEM Discoverer Work and Study programme presents students with different work/study/research options with leading companies and partner universities in Asia, Europe and North America. This programme gives students a deeper understanding of the unique culture, entrepreneurial spirit and vitality of some of the world’s most dynamic economies.
The GEM Discoverer Summer Studies programme allows undergraduates to travel overseas during their summer break for about four to six weeks while earning academic credit. Students in this programme join a prestigious overseas university in Asia, Europe and the Americas, and participate in programmes that are related to academic coursework, cultural immersion or language instruction.