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  • BA Fashion & Textiles

    Programme Orientation

    14-August 2017

    for Senior Year BA students

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  • Session I

    Survival Tools ? University Regulations, Programme Structure, Specialisms Requirements & Supporting Services

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    Powerpoint file will be posted onto ITC

    website (News and Events)

  • About ITC

    Design

    BusinessTechnology

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  • About ITC – Staff Profile

    o Academic staff 73

    o Admin. staff 41

    o Research staff 115

    Total 229

    Prof. John XIN, HEAD Prof. Calvin WONG, Asso HEAD

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  • New 4-year BA

    programme structure

     General University

    Requirements

    (GUR)  University core

     Discipline Specific

    Requirements

    (DSR)  Major study

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    Credit Requirements for graduation:

    123 credits, including 30 GUR and

    93 DSR. Students are allowed to take more elective subjects upto 150

    credits, or minor study (18 credits).

  • Study Pattern & Credit Transfer

     Students would be considered for credit transfer based on their

    previous studies in AD/HD programmes and their academic

    performance.

     Currently, there are 18 study patterns for senior year admitted

    students.

     PLEASE KEEP PROPER RECORD your STUDY PATTERN during your

    study.

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  • Programme Team

     Scheme Leader

     Dr. Kit Yick

     Deputy Scheme Leader

     Dr. BG Xu

     Dr. Joe AU

     Dr. Joanne YIP

     Discipline Leaders

     Programme Admin. Officer  Ms. Cherry Chan

     ITC General Office, QT715, Tel: 27666500 7

    Dr. Kit Yick

    Ms. Cherry Chan

    Dr. BG Xu

    Dr. Joanne Yip Dr. Joe Au

  • Discipline Leaders  Dr. Joanne Yip, ST709, 2766 4848 (Intimate Apparel)

     Prof. Calvin Wong, ST739, 2766 6471 (Marketing & Retailing)

     Dr. C.P. Ho, ST712, 2766 4892 (Knitwear)

     Dr. Joe Au, QT723, 2766 5529 (Design)

     Dr. BG Xu, ST745, 2766 4544 (Technology)

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    Dr. Joanne Yip Dr. BG XuDr. Joe Au

    Prof. Calvin

    Wong Dr. C.P. Ho

  • Website: www.itc.polyu.edu.hk/en/home/

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    PEOPLE > ACADEMIC STAFF

  • Attention !!!! 1) Assessment Regulations

    2) Service-Learning

    3) Work Integrated Education (WIE)

    4) Final Year Project

    5) Academic Advising

    6) Academic Supporting Workshops

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  • 1) Assessment

    Regulations

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    What are electives?

    What are graduation requirements?

  • Progression Requirements

     GPA >2.0 (Grade C in average);

    A+ = 4.5; A =4; … D+ =1.5; D = 1.0; F = 0

     Student’s GPA

  • Subject add/drop & Withdrawal

     Students are free to add/drop any subject(s) during the

    subject add/drop period (at the beginning of each semester,

    around 2 weeks).

     DO NOT drop core subjects (pre-assigned subjects)

     After add/drop period, subject withdrawal application and

    add/drop fee are needed. Exceptional approval will only be

    granted with strong justifications, by subject lecturer(s) and

    programme leader.

     Remarks: DO NOT withdraw subject until the end of semester.

    GO normally takes 2 weeks to proceed an application.

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    ITC Programme

    Scheme Books

    STUDENT LOGIN

    Resources

  • 2) Service

    Learning

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  • 2 3

    Service learning subject - ITC2S01 “Engaging fashion as a communication media for the needy”

    “Semester 1 registration”: Students are required to work as a team, design and develop a garment for people who have special needs.

    The subject may last from mid of Semester 1 to mid of Semester 2.

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    Service learning subject - ITC2S02 “Community engagement through expressive textile arts and fashion”

    “Semester 2 registration”: Students will engage with expressive textile arts

    and fashion. The subject may last from Semester 2 to Semester 3.

  • 3) Work Integrated

    Education

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  • Work Integrated Education (WIE)

     It is a compulsory training for ALL full-time BA students.

     Job nature and activities must be structured & relevant

    to fashion & textiles industry

     Minimum duration of 120 hours

     Students are highly recommended to complete WIE

    before progressing to final year of study

     Student: WIE approval & learning agreement AND WIE

    self assessment report

     Employer: WIE work objective form & WIE final

    assessment report

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  • WIE  Supports from Department

     emails & ITC intranet

     Internship Programme Officers (Ms. Kim Wong & Dr. Carrie Wong)

     WIE Officer (Ms. Cari Yip)

     Supports from CAPS

     Source from student

     Remarks: on top of WIE (120 hours), Intimate Apparel students are required to finish 7-weeks full-time

    Industrial Practice (2 credits), coordinated by Dr. Joanne

    Yip.

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  • 4) Final Year Project

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  • Final Year Project (FYP)

     It is composed of:

     ITC3041D/ITC3042T Professional Language Skills and Project

    Preparation (4 credits) - Year 3, semester 2

     ITC4056T/ITC4055D Final Year Project by Thesis/Collection (5

    credits) - Year 4 semesters 1 & 2

     ITC3041D/ITC3042T is co-taught by ITC, ELC and CBS.

     Students are required to complete ground works of FYP as

    it’s the pre-requisite of ITC4056T/ITC4055D.

     Students must propose a FYP topic and suggest supervisor by

    Week 5 for approval

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  • 5) Academic Advising

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    Office of General University

    Requirements ITC Academic Advising

  • Academic Advising

     It aims to help students understand the aims of a university education, the culture and forms of learning at university, academic culture at the ITC, broad discipline of Fashion and Textiles, available specialisms, etc.

     ACADEMIC ADVISORS

     UNDERGRADUATE SECRETARY

     ACADEMIC COUNSELLOR

     ITC GENERAL OFFICE

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  • Office of GUR at TU 435,

    Ms. Krystal Wong

    You are requested to make

    appointment with Ms. Wong once

    a year, in the coming 2 years!!

     It aims to advise students on matters related

    to the General University Requirements.

     Choices of CAR, LCR, etc.

     Minor study (not for SY students)

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  • Introduction to GUR and AA e-

    learning course for 2017/18

    cohort SY intake students

     It aims to introduce the GUR and AA regulations,

    and Resources in PolyU to students.

     Students can access the e-learning course

    (OGUR_201718SY_1 An Introduction to General

    University Requirements and Academic Advising)

    from programme registration date through

    https://learn.polyu.edu.hk/

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    https://learn.polyu.edu.hk/

  • 6) Academic Supporting

    Workshops & Online Learning

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  • Academic Supporting Workshops in 2017/18 (tentative schedule)

    1) Subject-based Examination Preparation Workshops at revision period (4-6 Dec)

    2) Digital Imaging Workshop (Jan, term break)

    3) Life Drawing Workshop (Jan, term break)

    4) Portfolio Development Workshop (Jan-Mar)

    5) Career Preparation Workshop in early January

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  • ITC Online Learning

    1) Cotton University – the ultimate textile resource

    2) SPOC course – Introduction to Fashion Design with Draping

    3) LEARN@PolyU

    ITC0077 Induction to Fashion Digital Presentation

    ITC0088 Induction to Apparel Technology

    ITC0099 Fashion Innovations – 3D Printing in Fashion

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