Healthcare, Sport and Wellness Medical Sciences
Since the 1970s, the School has been offering a variety of programmes focusing on professional training in the fields of Medical Laboratory Science, Microbiology Testing and Laboratory Management, ranging from introductory level to master’s degrees. Some of these courses emphasize on laboratory work, and this distinguishes us from other self-financed continuing education providers. All programmes are taught by dedicated and actively practicing professionals to ensure the academic quality of our programmes. This may explain why we are the leading part-time professional training provider in biomedical sciences.
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This programme is for those wishing to progress to more senior positions in medical laboratories. Students are required to complete a research project and six modules, which will be taught in a blended mode with online tutorials, lectures, hands-on practicals and face-to-face tutorials.
2nd Instalment: HK$40,000 (Year 2) Payable upon start of 2nd year
3rd Instalment: HK$32,000 (Year 2) Payable upon start of Research Project (subject to review)
The programme is designed to give students an understanding of the methodologies and issues in engaging the public in science. It aims to explore the role played by culture and media in science communication and discuss ways to deliver content and utilise technology and digital media to facilitate effective communication of science to different audiences.
HKD90,000 (Year Two) in one single instalment
(Please note that the above course fees are subject to review)
Course fee (Year 2): HK$27,000 (one single installment, subject to review)
Module 2 : HK$11,000 (payable upon start of Module 2)
Module 3 : HK$22,000 (payable upon start of Module 3)
This course aims to help participants to acquire hands-on experience in setting up and maintaining the required documentation systems customized to meet their specific needs. It also helps participants to prepare for the desk audit-tasks that often represent 1/3 of the time spent on laboratory accreditation and account for one of the major reasons for most audit failure.