What are my responsibilities during the work placement?

You are deemed to Respect employers’ corporate policiesEndeavour to complete all work assignments to the best of students’ abilitiesSign the Co-op@CUHK Code of Practice
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Yes, you will have to accept the first placement offer. You should also note that once you accept a placement offer, interviews for other hiring companies will be called off. Neither should you seek further job opportunities through your own network. 
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Yes, but an approval from OCEP is required before you commit with the company. You will have to send the supporting materials to OCEP while OCEP will assess if the placement you secure through your own network will be suitable and relevant to the Programme. 
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Students are required to complete a placement of around eight months in two work terms. The exact placement duration will be subject to the job specification by the hiring companies.
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Students without NOL before the work term should first approach the Office of Co-operative Education Programme (OCEP) for a supporting letter, and then submit a request to the Registration and Examination Section (RES) for a certifying letter. With the certifying letter, students can apply individually for the NOL from the Immigration Department.
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Non-local students must have a No Objection Letter (NOL) issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department and an endorsement letter from CUHK in order to take up any study / curriculum-related internship. Meanwhile, you should also pay attention to the following conditions set out by the Immigration Department – The study / curriculum-related internship accounts...
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You will remain a CUHK registered student when you enrol in the pre-employment courses and take up your full-time placement during the two work terms. While undertaking full-time placement during your normative study period, you will have to pay the regular tuition fee and will thus be able to enjoy the welfare entitled by a...
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In accordance with University Regulations, students who have fulfilled all graduation requirements should graduate and they will be of a low priority when it comes to student enrolment to the Programme, unless they have been approved by the Registrar to extend their study period.  
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All courses under the Co-op curriculum are credit-bearing and the credits earned will be counted as the units for graduation. A Pass / Fail grade system will be adopted so as to encourage students to attach importance to developing holistic skills and new perspectives.
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Please take note you are under no obligation to schedule interviews or hire students you interview.
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