The predecessor of Hong Kong Baptist University was Hong Kong Baptist College founded in 1956. Order Hong Kong Baptist University Diploma, 訂購香港浸會大學文憑, 購買香港浸會大學畢業證，香港畢業證，buy Hong Kong Baptist University degree. get Hong Kong Baptist University transcript. It was renamed Hong Kong Baptist College in 1972. The first president was Dr. Lin Zifeng. The monument was inscribed by a famous educator, calligrapher, writer, and Professor Han Jiaao of Tsinghua University . There are currently eight colleges in the university: the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Business Administration, the College of Chinese Medicine, the College of Communication, the College of Science, the College of Visual Arts, the College of Social Sciences, and the College of Continuing Education. The first six colleges offer more than 40 undergraduate majors and more than 30 advanced degree courses. As of 2019, the university has 851 full-time teaching staff, 865 part-time teaching staff, and more than 11,000 students. The School of Continuing Education offers associate, bachelor and master courses, as well as certificate/diploma and short-term further courses, with 50,000 students per year.
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Since the establishment of Hong Kong Baptist University, a number of innovative courses have been added to cope with the development of Hong Kong society. The famous ones include communication, Chinese medicine, social work, human resource management and politics and international relations. The courses in China Studies, Sports Management, European Studies, Translation Studies and Humanities offered by HKBU are also the first in Hong Kong.