- January 20 intake is open for application
- CIH paid a visit to AIBE in late January 2019 (Home course in UK is already accredited by CIH)
|What is Housing ?|
awarded by Leeds Beckett University, UK (Reg. No.: 252355)
|Introduction to the Course
The BA (Hons) Housing Studies is a part-time course addressing both academic and practitioner perspectives. It is in response to an increased demand for courses that meet the needs of practitioners with critical knowledges of a broader array of interlinked professional disciplines and the skills necessary to practice in them. Graduates can work for housing organisations and facilities and property management enterprises.
Housing is a professional discipline that is increasingly influential on policy aimed at developing sustainable communities. This course is for prospective students who work in housing organisations either in a professional or voluntary capacity, wanting to progress as a housing professional, develop understanding of housing and public policy, make a contribution to communities or want to develop your academic skills.
Each module worths 20 credit points except dissertation. The whole top up course comprises 360 credits. Each 20 credit points module spans over a semester. There are three semesters per year:
The following modules are offered:
#The delivery of elective modules will be subject to the decision of AIBE.
^This module is comprised of lectures, tutorials, seminars, external visits and fieldworks. All cost incurred for external visits and/ or fieldworks and/or field trip is at students' own cost, which is not covered by course fee/ tuition fee.
Application Method & Course Fee (2019/20)
For 3.5 years part-time:
The application fee is HK$250 (non-refundable).
For more details, please refer to our leaflet.。
*The completion of this course and the qualification and/or CIH membership does not infer licence to practice in relation to the Property Management Services Ordinance (Cap 626).
**AIBE reserves the right of cancelation of programme due to insufficient enrolment number or special circumstances and the right of granting offer.
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.