Calendar 2000–01

( Not applicable to students of MB ChB Programme and Theology Division ) (For programmes jointly offered by different departments, the term ‘department’ in the regulations refers to relevant committee concerned.) Associate, auditing and associate research students shall observe rules and regulations prescribed by the University authorities. 2.1 Associate and associate research students under the Office of International Studies Programmes (OISP) Overseas students are normally admitted to the International Asian Studies Programme (IASP) to study for OISP administered courses not leading to a degree of the University. These courses are open to qualified students of any nationality who have sufficient command of either Chinese or English to benefit from the programme. Applicants should currently be enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited college or university. Exchange students are accepted in accordance with exchange agreements. (a) Associate students This category includes undergraduate students who have completed at least two terms of university studies and postgraduate applicants with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Students should have obtained a grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (B average or better). Applicants from institutions not using the GPA system will be assessed on their overall academic performance. An associate student shall pursue an approved course of study not leading to a degree or a diploma of the University, and shall receive an academic report on the course/s he has taken. (b) Associate research students This category comprises students enrolled in a postgraduate degree programme at another university and who come to the University to undertake research on or write their master’s theses or doctoral dissertations. R egulations Governing Associate Students, Auditing Students and Associate Research Students