What does the UGC do to promote dialogue and discussion of "3+3+4" issues among the UGC-funded institutions?
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What does the UGC do to promote dialogue and discussion of "3+3+4" issues among the UGC-funded institutions?

To encourage ideas and information sharing on "3+3+4" issues among the institutions, the UGC and Heads of Universities Committee agreed that 12 UGC-sponsored symposia would be organized by the eight UGC-funded institutions from 2008-2011. The schedule and discussion topics of the events are as follows:

Symposia Completed
  Dates of events Hosting Institution(s) Topics
1 6 December 2008 The Hong Kong Institute of Education Partnering for Excellence in Education
2 25 April 2009 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Admission to Universities under the '3+3+4' Transition
3 12 May 2009 Lingnan University/The University of Hong Kong Core Curriculum
4 3 June 2009 The Chinese University of Hong Kong General Education
5 5 June 2009 Hong Kong Baptist University Cultural Education & History
6 14 December 2009 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Enhancing and Assessing Students' Learning Outcomes for the New 4-year Curriculum
7 23 January 2010 City University of Hong Kong/Hong Kong Baptist University Language Issues for University Graduates
8 1 March 2010 The University of Hong Kong Standards Based Assessment and Honours Classification
9 28 April 2010 City University of Hong Kong First Year Experience
10 6 November 2010 The Hong Kong Institute of Education Bridging Co-curricular Activities in Secondary & Tertiary Education
11 4 March 2011 Lingnan University Advancing Teaching and Learning: Evidence, Outcomes and E-learning
12 5-6 December 2011 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Knowledge Transfer

All twelve symposia have been held, and the participants' response are generally positive.