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  • The University of Hong Kong
  • General Address :
  • Pok Fu Lam Road
    Hong Kong,
    HONG KONG
    Phone: (852) 2859 2111
  • Institution Type :
  • Public , 4-year
  • Student Population:
  • 10,000 - 20,000 students

  • Awards Offered:
  • Bachelor's
    Masters
    Doctorate
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  • About the School:
  • Vision
    The University of Hong Kong, as a pre-eminent international university in Asia, seeks to sustain and enhance its excellence as an institution of higher learning through outstanding teaching and world-class research so as to produce well-rounded graduates with lifelong abilities to provide leadership within the societies they serve.

    Mission
    The University of Hong Kong will endeavour:

    - To advance constantly the bounds of scholarship, building upon its proud traditions and strengths;
    - To provide a comprehensive education, developing fully the intellectual and personal strengths of its students while developing and extending lifelong learning opportunities for the community;
    - To produce graduates of distinction committed to lifelong learning, integrity and professionalism, capable of being responsive leaders and communicators in their fields;
    - To develop a collegial, flexible, pluralistic and supportive intellectual environment that inspires and attracts, retains and nurtures scholars, students and staff of the highest calibre in a culture that fosters creativity, learning and freedom of thought, enquiry and expression;
    - To provide a safe and healthy workplace to support and advance teaching, learning and research at the University;
    - To engage in innovative, high-impact and leading-edge research within and across disciplines;
    - To be fully accountable for the effective management of public and private resources bestowed upon the institution and act in partnership with the community over the generation, dissemination and application of knowledge;
    - To serve as a focal point of intellectual and academic endeavour in Hong Kong, China and Asia and act as a gateway and forum for scholarship with the rest of the world.
  • Academic Programs :
  • Faculty of Architecture
    Faculty of Arts
    Faculty of Business and Economics
    Faculty of Dentistry
    Faculty of Education
    Faculty of Engineering
    Faculty of Law
    Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine
    Faculty of Science
    Faculty of Social Sciences
    Graduate School
    School of Professional and
    Continuing Education (HKU SPACE)
  • Admission information :
  • APPLICATION PROCEDURES

    There are three different ways to apply to HKU, depending on candidates' qualifications:

    (1) the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS)
    (2) the Non-JUPAS Admissions Scheme
    (3) the Direct Admissions Scheme (for direct entry to 2nd year by Associate Degree and Higher Diploma graduates)
    Additionally, the University offers an Early Admissions Scheme for Secondary Six students. Each of these is explained in the following sub-sections.

    Applicants from Overseas

    Application for admission will be considered based on applicants' academic record, the length of time they have studied at particular institutions, and their proficiency in English. Applicants should also explain why they wish to study in Hong Kong and provide a reference from the head of their school or college. Details about the application procedures can be found in the Application and Admissions section (Non-JUPAS Admissions Scheme).
  • Tuition and Fees :
  • COST OF LIVING

    Non-local applicants will be required to show that they are able to support themselves financially throughout the course. It is very difficult to provide a precise estimate of the likely cost because it varies from one person to another, depending on the type of accommodation selected, and other factors. For students living in residential halls, a minimum of HK$78,000 per year will be required to cover food, lodging and general living expenses for the academic year 2009-2010. The composition fee for non-local students for 2009-2010 will be HK$100,000. The actual hall charges for 2009-2010 will be finalised by the summer of year 2009. Fees are likely to adjust upward annually.
  • Additional Information:
  • VISA

    General Requirement

    Students from outside Hong Kong must obtain a student visa in order to study here. The Hong Kong Immigration Department normally only issues student visas to applicants enrolling in a full-time course in the University. Details of visa sponsorship and visa application procedures can be found at the CEDARS' website at http://cedars.hku.hk.

    Students from Overseas

    Overseas applicants should apply for a student visa at least two months in advance of the date of their arrival in Hong Kong at the Chinese Embassy in their country of residence or directly through the CEDARS (Campus Life). All applicants should name the CEDARS as their visa sponsor. Information on student visa and fees can be found at the CEDARS' website at http://cedars.hku.hk.

    Students from the Mainland

    For research students, please contact the CEDARS (Campus Life) for details on visa application. For students in other programmes, details of visa application procedures can be found at the China Affairs Office's website at http://www.hku.hk/cao.
  • School Website:
  • www.hku.hk
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