Business College

German Dual System Professional Training in Hong Kong

Training in two highly relevant fields in Hong Kong

  • Wholesale and Foreign Trade Management Assistant
  • Transport and Logistics Management Assistant

GSIS and the German Chamber of Commerce offer, together with more than 30 training companies, Dual System Professional Training in accordance with the German Vocational Training Act. The training is customized to meet Hong Kong's specific market requirements and leads to an officially recognized DIHK certificate.

Duration
  • 22 months
Entry requirements

 

  • German Abitur, IB, A-Level, O-Level, ...
  • fluency in German and English
  • 18 years
Medium of teaching

 

  • German
Business language

 

  • English
Organization
  • theoretical training in the Business College of GSIS (1.5 days per week)
  • practical training in the training company (3.5 days per week)
Remuneration
  • 7,500 HKD/month (1st Year)
  • 8,500 HKD/month (2nd Year)
Certificate
  • Diploma issued and signed by the German Chamber of Commerce and DIHT which is recognized throughout the EU as well as Suisse
School fees
  • 38,500 HKD (from 1 September 2016)
Service Fee of GCC
  • 8,400 HKD per trainee per school year paid by the training company
Start of the programme
  • 1 September each year
Application deadline
  • 31 March each year
Credits
  • 18-part-time study - Bachelor of Business Studies (Honours) with the pathways Management, Marketing, Finance, Logistics, HR, Banking and Wealth Management in cooperation with Kaplan Higher Education and certified of National University of Ireland, Dublin - University College Dublin
  • Three years' study instead of four years - BA (Honours) International Business Management at Northumbria University - Newcastle Business School (UK)
  • Dual Study at University of Applied Sciences Ludwigshafen (FH Ludwigshafen)
Additional Information

 

  • every student has to pass the TOEIC test (Test of English for International Communication) or another similar English Certification (IELTS, TOEFL)
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