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Definition of Local and Non-local Students

Local Students

Students who hold the following visa / permit issued by the Director of Immigration are regarded as local students:

  1. Permanent HKID Card
  2. Documents issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department showing right to land / right of abode in Hong Kong
  3. One-way Permit for entry to Hong Kong
  4. Full-time employment visa / work permit
  5. Dependant visa (students who were below 18 years old when they were issued with such visa / entry permit by the Director of Immigration)
  6. Visa / Entry permit for Quality Migrant Admission Scheme
  7. Visa / Entry permit for Capital Investment Entrant Scheme
  8. Visa / Entry permit for Admission Scheme for the Second Generation of Chinese Hong Kong Permanent Residents
  9. Visa label for unconditional stay

Non-Local Students

Students who hold the following visa / permit issued by the Director of Immigration are defined as non-local students:

  1. Student visa / entry permit
  2. Visa under the Immigration Arrangement for Non-Local Graduates
  3. Dependent visa / entry permit (students who were 18 years old or above when they were issued with such visa / entry permit by the Director of Immigration)

Visiting Students

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Contact Us

Address

Registry, 1/F, Block N

The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, Hang Shin Link

Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin, N.T.

Hong Kong

Contacts

Tel: (852) 3963 5555 | Fax: (852) 3963 5553

E-mail: ugadmission@hsu.edu.hk

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday:                                     09:00-12:30

                                                                  13:45-17:45

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: Closed


Secondary School Engagement

The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong is delighted to provide customized services and most up-to-date information in relation to admission and other aspects to cater for various schools’ needs. A series of activities were successfully conducted for secondary school students, parents and teachers in the previous years. Our dedication to contribute to your school will continue by means of:

  1. Information Day
  2. HSUHK Visit and Campus Tour (Admission Talk inclusive)
  3. Admission Talk / Exhibition in secondary schools
  4. Workshops / Seminars relating to career planning, interview skills, etc.
  5. Others as suggested by the school

Enquiries:

Ms Kay Ki (Registry)
Tel: 3963-5578
Email: kayki@hsu.edu.hk


FAQ

General

1. Why should I choose to study at HSUHK?

The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK) is a non-profit, self-financing, liberal-arts-oriented private university in Hong Kong, offering a wide range of undergraduate and taught postgraduate degree programmes. HSUHK, formerly known as Hang Seng Management College and Hang Seng School of Commerce, is a degree-granting institution since 2010. It officially became a private university with the approval from Hong Kong SAR Government in October 2018.

As a self-financed institution, the University finds strength in its autonomy, flexibility and responsiveness to meet community and market needs by developing new innovative programmes, many of which are the first of its kind in Hong Kong.

In programme design, there is a good balance of major studies, common core curriculum and free electives; whereas ample development opportunities/activities form an integral part of students’ holistic educational experience. These opportunities/activities include valuable residential, internship, service, leadership, global exchange and independent research experiences, etc. Students actively engage themselves in different learning opportunities so that they would know themselves better, broaden their global horizons, engage in continuous learning, boost their self-confidence, and realise their potential. The aim is to nurture young talents with critical thinking, innovative minds, caring attitude, moral values and social responsibilities.

2. Which undergraduate programmes does HSUHK currently offer?

HSUHK currently offers 21 four-year full-time undergraduate programmes as follows:

 

3. What is the medium of instruction?

English while a few modules related to General Education / Chinese Language may be taught in Cantonese.

4. Are all programmes offered by HSUHK recognised in Hong Kong?

Yes. All programmes currently offered by HSUHK have been validated by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ). They are currently registered at Qualification Register (QR). Referring to the Qualification Framework established by the Education Bureau (Please see below), the qualifications of our undergraduate programmes and taught postgraduate programmes are equivalent to Level 5 and Level 6 respectively:

Level 1: Certificate
Level 2: Certificate
Level 3: Diploma / Pre-Associate Degree
Level 4: High Diploma / Associate Degree
Level 5: Bachelor Degree
Level 6: Master Degree / Advanced Certificate / Advanced Diploma
Level 7: Doctorate Degree

5. Am I eligible to apply for admission to HSUHK programmes if I do not take any business-related subject in the secondary school?

Yes. Students who do not take any business-related subject in the secondary school can choose to apply for admission to our programmes.

6. Are student exchange programmes / short-term study visit programmes available for HSUHK students?

Yes. HSUHK has been in collaboration with overseas institutions and those in Mainland China for student exchange programmes and short-term study visit programmes with the view of broadening our students’ horizons and nurturing their global perspectives. You are encouraged to visit the webpage of student exchange programme for details.

7. Will HSUHK students be given internship opportunities?

Yes. Both local and international internship opportunities are available for our students to work at different corporations. Students not only put their knowledge into practice and earn actual working experience, but also enhance other skills such as interpersonal skill, communication skill, etc., from the internship programme. It is deemed as solid foundation for their future career. Students’ internship performance will be assessed by both the hosting corporation and the module lecturer.  Details can be found from Career Planning and Development division of Student Affairs Office.

8. Who are local and non-local students?

Local Students

Students who do not require a student visa to study in Hong Kong, e.g. holder of the following:

  1. Permanent HKID Card
  2. Documents issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department showing right to land / right of abode in Hong Kong
  3. One-way Permit for entry to Hong Kong
  4. Full-time employment visa / work permit
  5. Dependant visa (students who are below 18 years of age before 1 September in the year in which they are admitted to relevant post-secondary programmes in Hong Kong)
  6. Visa / Entry permit for Quality Migrant Admission Scheme
  7. Visa / Entry permit for Capital Investment Entrant Scheme
  8. Visa / Entry permit for Admission Scheme for the Second Generation of Chinese Hong Kong Permanent Residents
  9. Visa label for unconditional stay

Non-local students

Students who hold the following visa / permit issued by the Director of Immigration are defined as Non-local students:

  1. Student visa / Entry permit
  2. Visa under the Immigration Arrangement for Non-Local Graduates
  3. Dependent visa (students who are aged 18 years old before 1 September in the year in which they are admitted to relevant post-secondary programmes in Hong Kong)

9. What is the fee schedule of HSUHK programmes for the 2019 entry?

*Only applicable to eligible Hong Kong students.

 

Remarks:

  1. Starting from the 2019/20 cohort, HSUHK may adjust the annual tuition fee for the subsequent years of study according to the Composite Consumer Price Index (CCPI) announced by the HKSAR Government.
  2. The Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme is tenable for the normal duration of the programme, i.e. 4 years.

10. Do I need to pay the whole year tuition fee and other required fees in one go?

No. There are two installments a year. Students will be given a debit note for the required payment in due course and need to settle on or before the due date.

11. Are there any scholarships available at HSUHK?

Yes. In order to provide incentives for students to pursue academic excellence, HSUHK offers various scholarships to eligible students. There are three categories of scholarships, including Entrance Scholarships, Achievement Scholarships and Exchange Scholarships.

Entrance Scholarships for the 2019 intake will be awarded to full-time Degree entrants of the 2019/20 academic year who have achieved good academic results. Please visit Entrance Scholarship 2019 (Year 1 / Senior-Year) for details.

12. Am I eligible to seek financial assistance from the HKSAR Government?

Yes. You can seek financial assistance from the Student Finance Office under Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency if you are a Hong Kong citizen. You can choose to apply for a means-test “Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students” (FASP) or the “Non-means-tested Loan Scheme” via HSUHK. For details, please refer to www.wfsfaa.gov.hk.

In addition, the HKSAR government provides a non-means-tested annual subsidy in the academic year 2019/20 amounting to HK$31,300 for eligible students pursuing self-financing undergraduate studies in Hong Kong. You may click here for more details and FAQ.

For non-local applicants who need a student visa to study in Hong Kong, you must fund your own study and living expenses in Hong Kong.

13. Does HSUHK provide any on-campus accommodation to students?

Yes. HSUHK students are eligible to apply for on-campus accommodation on a competitive basis. There are 1,200 spaces currently available at Residential Colleges for students.

For Year 1 non-local students, on-campus accommodation will be arranged for their FIRST YEAR of study at HSUHK.

Application / Interview arrangement

14. What are the admission requirements for the 2019 entry?

Year 1 entry: Please click here
Senior-Year entry: Please click here

For students who possess qualifications other than HKDSE, your applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.  You are welcome to contact Registry for more details.

15. When is the application period for undergraduate programmes for the 2019 entry?

Self-financing Programmes

The application period for undergraduate programmes offered in the 2019/20 academic year is from 17 November 2018 to 31 August 2019 (local student) / 17 November 2018 to 3 July 2019 (non-local student). Early application with pending HKDSE / other examination results at the current stage is highly encouraged as the programme(s) may stop receiving applications under different situations, e.g., when the programme quota has been filled up.

Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP) Programmes

For admission to programmes under the SSSDP, HKDSE candidates are required to apply via JUPAS. The application deadline will be 5 December 2018. The intake places of programmes under SSSDP are mainly allocated through JUPAS. Should there be unfilled intake places after all admission rounds of JUPAS, HSUHK will admit local non-JUPAS applicants (HKDSE applicants exclusive) via direct admission of no more than 10% of the subsidised places of the respective programme.

16. How can I submit my application?

You can submit your application for self-financing programmes through one of the following channels:

  1. HSUHK Undergraduate Application System; OR
  2. Electronic Advance Application System for Post-secondary Programmes eapp (From 6 December 2018 to 14 May 2019 for first round; 21 May 2019 to 30 June 2019 for second round) (For DSE students only)

For admission to programmes under the SSSDP, HKDSE candidates are required to apply via JUPAS. The application deadline will be 5 December 2018. The intake places of programmes under SSSDP are mainly allocated through JUPAS. Should there be unfilled intake places after all admission rounds of JUPAS, HSUHK will admit local non-JUPAS applicants (HKDSE applicants exclusive) via direct admission of no more than 10% of the subsidised places of the respective programme.

17. How many degree programme choices do I have? Will my choice(s) other than the first choice be considered?

You are allowed to submit one application with no capped number of programme choices.  All selected programme choices will be processed.  Suitable applicants will be granted ONE conditional offer / confirmed offer only, based on the priority of programme choices.

18. What kind of documents should be submitted together with the application?

The following documents need to be submitted together with the application:

  1. A copy of your Hong Kong ID card / travel document; and
  2. Recent two-year academic transcript(s), certificate(s) and public examination results

19. How can I pay the application fee?

Applicants will be informed via email of downloading the debit note with payment instructions after submitting the online application.  You can settle the payment via one of the payment methods before the due date.

20. Can my English result in the HKDSE examination be replaced by other English examinations such as GCE, GCSE, IELTS, TOEFL, etc.?

In case applicants fail to get a minimum of Level 3 in English Language in HKDSE examination, other English examination results may be further considered by respective programme(s) on a case-by-case basis.

21. I am a local student and prepare to take another language in HKDSE instead of Chinese. Do I need to provide any certification to prove my Chinese language proficiency?

HSUHK normally accepts alternative Chinese Language qualifications (e.g. GCSE, GCE) in place of HKDSE Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students. Please click here for more details.

22. Will other languages i.e. French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Hindi and Urdu in the HKDSE examination be considered?

The results of other languages will not be considered as the replacement of the Chinese Language result in the HKDSE examination.

23. I am a non-local student and interested in the Degree Programmes at HSUHK. Do I need to have a certain level of Chinese language? If yes, what should I do?

It is not mandatory for non-local applicants to possess a certain level of Chinese language.

24. Will applied learning subjects in the HKDSE examination be considered?

Applied learning subjects will not be considered for the admission of HSUHK Degree Programmes.

25. Does HSUHK accept combined results of HKDSE examination?

Yes. We accept combined results of HKDSE examination as long as applicants’ qualifications meet our admission requirements.

26. Will my application to your University affect my JUPAS application?

No.

27. When will the written test / admission interview be conducted?

The written test / admission interview will be conducted either in the first semester of the 2018-19 academic year, or the second semester after the completion of HKDSE examination, or even after the release of HKDSE examination results. Eligible applicants will be notified of written test / admission interview arrangements including the date, time and venue in due course via email and SMS. Please note that applicants attending written test / admission interview on different dates in the year will be considered on the same footing for admission.

28. Do all programmes require interviews?

You may find details here (Year 1 entry / Senior-year entry). Some programmes will also require written tests prior to the interviews. Eligible applicants will be notified of the written test / admission interview arrangements via email and SMS. Therefore, please ensure that your contact number and email address are correct and updated. You are advised to inform us of the update(s) in writing as soon as possible.

29. What should I do if I am not able to attend the written test / admission interview on the designated date and time?

If you are not able to attend the written test / admission interview, please inform us as soon as possible via email (ugadmission@hsu.edu.hk). Alternative arrangement will be made for you if possible.

30. What is the format of the interview?

The format of the interview varies among programmes. Normally group / individual interviews are conducted.

Arrangement after the release of public examination

31. What should I do after the release of HKDSE / other examination results?

Applicants who have been given conditional offers AND whose HKDSE examination results meet the admission requirements listed on the conditional offer are required to provide us with the result slip and the conditional offer letter IN PERSON by 4:00pm of 10 July 2019 to claim the conditional offer. You are also required to pay the non-refundable and non-transferable enrolment deposit of HK$5,000 before the stipulated date and time as offer acceptance. Please be well aware that the conditional offer will lapse if applicants fail to claim the conditional offer by 4:00pm of 10 July 2019. Please refer to the payment instruction enclosed with the conditional offer / confirmed offer. Likewise, applicants possessing other qualifications are required to claim the conditional offer and pay the enrolment deposit by the stipulated deadline shown on the conditional offer. The conditional offer will lapse if applicants fail to complete the stipulated procedure.

Applicants who have not been given conditional offer AND whose HKDSE / other examination results meet our minimum admission requirements are advised to provide us with the result slip by uploading the slip to the HSUHK Undergraduate Application System for our consideration.

For applicants who have submitted applications but are awaiting written test / interview AND the HKDSE / other examination results meet our minimum admission requirements, please provide us with the result slip in person for further arrangement.

32. Would it be possible for me to submit application (I) after the release of HKDSE / other examination results; or (II) after the release of JUPAS results?

Yes. You need to submit the online application with supporting documents including the HKDSE / other examination result slip and an application fee of HK$100 per programme. Please ensure that your HKDSE results / other qualifications have met our minimum admission requirements before application. Written test / admission interview may be arranged for you subject to the decision made by the respective programme.

33. Will the enrolment deposit of HK$5,000 be refunded if I finally choose to enrol in another programme offered by a university / an institution other than HSUHK?

Under normal circumstance, no refund of enrolment deposit will be accepted.  However, if an applicant has accepted an offer via JUPAS for:

(i)   from a full-time UGC-funded undergraduate programme (programmes offered by OUHK and HKAPA are not UGC-funded); or
(ii)  an undergraduate programme subsidized under Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors

the applicant can submit an application for refund before the deadline.  Full refund, less an administrative fee of HK$500 will be arranged for eligible applicants.

Submission deadlines of refund application:

  • 7 August 2019 (for applicants with JUPAS main round offer)
  • 19 August 2019 (for applicants with JUPAS offer based on Rechecking and remarking results)
  • 21 August 2019 (for applicants with JUPAS clearing round offer)


Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme for Self-financing Undergradate Studies in Hong Kong

From the 2017/18 academic year, the Government provides a non-means-tested annual subsidy for eligible students pursuing full-time locally-accredited local and non-local self-financing undergraduate (including top-up degree) programmes in Hong Kong (save for those enrolled in places already supported under the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors) offered by eligible institutions. The annual subsidy amount of NMTSS will be increased from $30,000 to $31,300 in the 2019/20 academic year.

Eligibility

The Scheme is only applicable to Hong Kong students who attained:

  • “3322” in the Hong Kong Diploma for Secondary Education Examination (i.e. level 3 for Chinese Language and English Language and level 2 for Mathematics Compulsory Part and Liberal Studies) when they are enrolled in eligible self-financing first-year-first-degree programmes; or
  • sub-degree qualifications (i.e. after completing relevant locally-accredited Associate Degree or Higher Diploma programmes) when they are enrolled in eligible self-financing top-up degree programmes.

Students meeting the criteria are eligible for subsidy.  The subsidy is tenable for the normal duration of study of the programmes concerned at HSUHK.

For more details of the Subsidy Scheme, please visit https://www.cspe.edu.hk/en/nmt-annual-subsidy.html.

For further enquiries, please contact Registry:

E-mail: ugadmission@hsu.edu.hk


Programmes Offered


Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) in Supply Chain Management (JSSH01)

Programme Introduction

The BBA-SCM Programme aims to provide students with a comprehensive and professional training in Supply Chain Management (SCM).  Within the Programme, two study streams are established for students to pursue their future profession. The Business Logistics stream is designed for students who wish to develop themselves into logistics professionals, and the second stream is developed for those who would like to develop their career in air transport industry.  Both streams provide a solid foundation for students to pursue their career in supply chain management with expertise on business logistics or air transport.  In addition, with the strong support from professional bodies and businesses, our students will keep abreast of the latest industry development and learn the state-of-art knowledge and skills about supply chain management.

 

Please click here for programme details.

Admission Assessment

  • Where necessary, admission interview will be arranged for selective applicants.
  • If applicants are invited for interview, they are required to attend according to the scheduled time and date. Lower priority will be given to those applicants who fail to do so.
  • Interview will be conducted during the period from May to July 2020. Selective applicants will be notified of the details via email.

Admission Policy

Admission Policy:

BBA-SCM programme adopts a Best Five Subject policy with English and Mathematics inclusive. The admission score is calculated based upon the summation of the weighted score of five subjects obtained from the Best Five policy, under which the best five subjects are selected based upon their corresponding weighted scores.

 

Non-academic Consideration:

For students with the same admission scores, consideration will be made on the basis of other available information including the band choice, interview performance, etc.

*Remarks: Applicants must fulfill programme’s minimum entrance requirement (i.e. Core 5 excl. M1/M2: 33222).

Subject Weighting for 2020-21

The following table shows that minimum level of various DSE subjects and the corresponding weights that are assigned to the subjects for the calculation of their weighted scores. M1/M2 is considered as an elective subject in the 2020-21 admission score calculation. The following table also reveals that the subject weights are categorized into three levels of subject weight 10, 7 and 5.

*M1/M2 is counted as an individual elective subject.

 

The following table demonstrates an example of admission calculation under our scoring scheme for an applicant who obtained the following HKDSE results. The weighted score of individual subjects is calculated by the formula of converted DSE level (Y1) times the corresponding subject weight (Y2), i.e., Y1 x Y2. As the table shows, the Best Five subjects in terms of the five highest weighted scores are English, Mathematics, Liberal Studies, BAFS, and Geography. Their weighted scores are then summated to form the Admission Score that is used for admission consideration.


Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Actuarial Studies and Insurance (JSSH02)

Programme Introduction

Hong Kong has one of the most prosperous insurance markets in the region. There is a strong demand for professionals in insurance companies and related regulatory bodies. Our programme aims to develop students’ ability to apply blended skills in statistics, business and computing to design, analyze and manage insurance products. Students are prepared for taking up professional roles in the back office of insurance companies such as actuary, underwriter, and claims officer upon graduation.

Please click here for programme details.

Admission Assessment

Written test and interview will be conducted on a case-by-case basis.

Admission Policy

Admission Policy:

BSC-AIN programme adopts a Best Five Subject Policy with English and Mathematics inclusive. The applicant’s HKDSE subject scores are first multiplied by a subject weight. The admission score is the sum of the five highest weighted scores.

 

Non-academic Consideration:

For students with the same admission scores, consideration will be made on a basis of other available information including band choices, interview performance, OEA, SPN, etc.

 

*Remarks: Applicants must fulfill programme’s minimum entrance requirement (i.e. Core 5 excl. M1/M2: 33322).

Subject Weighting for 2020-21

The minimum level requirement of HKDSE subjects are shown below. There are three kinds of subject weights (2, 3, and 5) to calculate the weighted score.

 

Admission score is the sum of the best five weighted scores of an applicant’s HKDSE result. The weighted scores, which are the level attained of a subject times the corresponding subject weight. Take the following table as an example, the best five subjects in terms of the five highest weighted scores are Chinese, English, Mathematics (Compulsory), M2 and BAFS (Accounting). These five subjects will be used to calculate the admission score.


Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Applied and Human-Centred Computing (JSSH03)

Programme Introduction

BA-AHCC is an applied computing programme offered by the Department of Computing. The programme emphasizes practical work and skills for the development of efficient and reliable software solutions. At the same time, the programme provides supplementary knowledge from graphic design and various application areas in order to develop students’ ability to produce human-centred software solutions that enhance the user experience with visual appeal, functionality and user-friendliness.

Graduates could work in the IT industry or industries which rely heavily on IT such as the business industry. With skills in user experience design, they could also pursue their careers in the creative industries (e.g. computer graphic designer or game developer).

Please click here for programme details.

Admission Assessment

  • Where necessary, admission interview will be arranged for selective applicants.
  • If applicants are invited for interview, they are required to attend according to the scheduled time and date. Lower priority will be given to those applicants who fail to do so.
  • Interview will be conducted during the period from May to July 2020. Selective applicants will be notified of the details via email.

Admission Policy

BA-AHCC programme adopts a Best Five Subject policy. The admission score is calculated based upon the summation of the best five subjects. Besides, the performance in the interview will also be considered in the calculation.

*Remarks: Applicants must fulfill programme’s minimum entrance requirement (i.e. Core 5 excl. M1/M2: 33222).


Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Data Science and Business Intelligence (JSSH04)

Programme Introduction

The BSC-DSBI Programme is the first in Hong Kong to integrate “Data Science” and “Business intelligence” with a comprehensive business education to answer the market needs in one innovative degree programme.

Data Science: A collection of analytical skills and techniques derived from mathematics, statistics and computer science for extracting information from data.

Business Intelligence: The analysis, integration and presentation of information for making business decision.

Please click here for programme details.

Admission Assessment

  • Written test is not required.
  • Interview will be arranged on a case-by-case basis.
  • Interview will be conducted during the period from May to July 2020. Applicants will be notified about details of interview arrangement via email.

Admission Policy

Admission Policy:

The BSC-DSBI programme adopts a Best Five Subject policy with Mathematics (Compulsory Part) inclusive. The admission score is calculated based upon the summation of the weighted score of five subjects obtained from the Best Five policy, under which the best five subjects (Mathematics (Compulsory Part) inclusive) are selected based upon their corresponding weighted score.

Non-academic Consideration:

For students with the same admission scores, consideration will be made on a basis of other available information including band choices, interview performance, OEA, SPN, etc.

 

*Remarks: Applicants must fulfill programme’s minimum entrance requirement (i.e. Core 5 excl. M1/M2: 33222).

Subject Weighting for 2020-21

The following table shows the minimum level requirement of HKDSE subjects. There are three levels of subject weight (1, 2, and 3) for the calculation of the weighted score.

 

The following table illustrates an example of admission calculation under our scoring system. The weighted score of each subject is calculated by the respective DSE scores attained (Y1) times the corresponding subject weight (Y2), i.e., Y1 x Y2. As the table shows, the best five subjects in terms of the five highest weighted scores are English, Mathematics (Compulsory Part), Liberal Studies, Economics and M1. These weighted scores will then be summated to form an admission score to be used for admission consideration.


Bachelor of Management Science and Information Management (Hons) (JSSH05)

Programme Introduction

This is a 4-year Bachelor in Management Science and Information Management programme which combines Business Education, General Education, and Specialty Studies in Management Science and Information Management. This programme is offered by the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management. Graduates will be able to integrate information technology and management science concepts and tools with managerial skills appropriately and effectively resulting in supporting complex business analysis and operations. They can grasp the opportunities in the fast-changing business world, especially when making management decisions and applying their proficiency in cutting-edge information technologies to improve current business situations or to start a new business. This Programme aims to recruit students who have strong analytical ability, quantitative skills, programming interests, good communication skills and those who want to pursue a career in Business and/or IT after graduation. No prior IT knowledge nor business knowledge is required.

Please click here for programme details.

Admission Assessment

  • Where necessary, admission interview will be arranged for selective applicants.
  • If applicants are invited for interview, they are required to attend according to the scheduled time and date. Lower priority will be given to those applicants who fail to do so.
  • Interview will be conducted during the period from May to July 2020. Selective applicants will be notified of the details via email.

Admission Policy

Admission Policy:

BMSIM programme adopts a Best Five Subject policy with English and Mathematics inclusive. The admission score is calculated based upon the summation of the weighted score of five subjects obtained from the Best Five policy, under which the best five subjects are selected based upon their corresponding weighted scores.

Non-academic Consideration:

For students with the same admission scores, consideration will be made on the basis of other available information including the band choice, interview performance, etc.

*Remarks: Applicants must fulfill programme’s minimum entrance requirement (i.e. Core 5 excl. M1/M2: 33222).

Subject Weighting for 2020-21

The following table shows the minimum level of various DSE subjects and the corresponding weights that are assigned to the subjects for the calculation of their weighted scores. M1/M2 is considered as an elective subject in the 2020-21 admission score calculation. The following table also reveals that the subject weights are categorized into three levels of subject weight 10, 7 and 5.

*M1/M2 is counted as an individual elective subject.

 

The following table demonstrates an example of admission calculation under our scoring scheme for an applicant who obtained the following HKDSE results. The weighted score of individual subjects is calculated by the formula of converted DSE level (Y1) times the corresponding subject weight (Y2), i.e., Y1 x Y2. As the table shows, the Best Five subjects in terms of the five highest weighted scores are English, Mathematics, Liberal Studies, BAFS, and Geography. Their weighted scores are then summated to form the Admission Score that is used for admission consideration.


Application Procedures


2018/19 January Intake

Self-financing Undergraduate Programmes

Please submit the application via HSUHK Undergraduate Application System.

Application Period

  • Local students: On or before 28 December 2018 (Fri), 5:00 PM
  • Non-local students: On or before 23 November 2018 (Fri), 5:00 PM

Undergraduate Programmes Offering Self-financing Year 1 Entry for 2018/19 January Intake

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2019/20 September Intake

Self-financing Undergraduate Programmes

  1. HSUHK Undergraduate Application System;   OR
  2. Electronic Advance Application System for Post-secondary Programmes EAPP (First Round: 6 December 2018 – 14 May 2019; Second Round: 21 May – 30 June 2019) (For DSE students only)

Application Period

  • 17 November 2018 to 31 August 2019 (Local student)
  • 17 November 2018 to 3 July 2019 (Non-local student)

Undergraduate Programmes Offering Self-financing Year 1 Entry for 2019/20 September Intake

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Approved by the Education Bureau, the three concentrations of BBA programme will be replaced by the following three individual programmes for Year 1 entry starting from 2019 entry:

1. Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Finance and Banking

2. Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Marketing

3. Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Professional Accountancy

Applicants who have previously applied for the BBA programme should pay attention to the email regarding the relevant arrangements and necessary actions to be taken.


Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Non-HKDSE candidates

For non-HKDSE candidates, please click here for the entry requirements.

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Fees and Bursaries

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*Only applicable to eligible Hong Kong students.

Remarks:

1. Starting from the 2019/20 cohort, HSUHK may adjust the annual tuition fee for the subsequent years of study according to the Composite Consumer Price Index (CCPI) announced by the HKSAR Government.

2. The Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme is tenable for the normal duration of the programme, i.e. 4 years.

Bursaries

To full-time local students, the Government is providing:

Non-local students who require a student visa to study in Hong Kong need to fund their own study and living expenses in Hong Kong.

On-campus Accommodation

Approximately 1,200 bed places are currently available. For Year 1 non-local students, on-campus accommodation will be guaranteed for their FIRST YEAR of study at HSUHK


Entrance Scholarships (Year 1 Entry)

In 2019/20, HSUHK offers the following entrance scholarships to qualified1, 2, 3 new local Year 1 students:

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Scheme 1 EN
Scheme 2 EN
Dean's Award EN
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Scholarship for Principal Recommended Admission Scheme4

Eligible admittees under this Scheme may receive one-off scholarships valued HK$10,000 each.

HSUHK Entrance Bursary Scheme

For candidates who are admitted to an undergraduate programme with genuine financial hardship may receive one-off bursary valued up to HK$20,000 each, depending on candidate’s financial background.

Remarks:

1.  Only students admitted with current year HKDSE result are eligible.
2.  Academic result of combined HKDSE certificates will not be considered.
3.  Students will not be awarded any entrance scholarship if they have transferred or been readmitted to the same or another programme for whatever reasons.
4.  The scholarship is distributed on a competitive and merit basis.

Admission Assessment

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The above information is only applicable to self-financing programmes. For details of programmes under SSSDP scheme, please visit SSSDP webpage.


Principal Recommended Admission Scheme

The Principal Recommended Admission Scheme (“the Scheme”) aims at giving due recognition to students who have made distinguished achievements in academic and/or non-academic areas such as sports, music, etc., contributed to community services, or demonstrated leadership abilities. Admission quotas have been reserved for eligible nominees and conditional offers will be given before the release of HKDSE examination results.

Students who meet the following criteria are eligible to be considered under the Scheme:

  • Local Hong Kong citizen / residents with right of abode in Hong Kong; and
  • Applicant of HSUHK degree programme(s); and
  • School applicants attending the HKDSE examination; and
  • Outstanding academic achievements; and/or
  • Distinguished achievements in non-academic areas, e.g. sports, music, arts, etc.; or
  • Outstanding leadership qualities, e.g. Head Prefects, Presidents of Students’ Unions; or
  • Participation in community services

All recommendations should be submitted via SCHOOL no later than 28 February 2019. Late submission / amendment will not be considered. School applicants who wish to be nominated under the Scheme should approach their school principals or career masters for recommendation.

Required documents for submission include:

*Each secondary school can nominate 5 students at maximum.

Schools please send the whole set of submission documents by postal mail to:

Registry, 1/F, Block N,
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong,
Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin, Hong Kong

* Important Notes
  • If the school would like to recommend students for admission to programmes under Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors (SSSDP), i.e. BBA-SCM, BSC-AIN, BA-AHCC, BSC-DSBI and BMSIM, please follow the School Principal’s Nominations (SPN) in the JUPAS instead of Principal Recommended Admission Scheme.
  • Student nominees must first submit application via the HSUHK Undergraduate Application System or Electronic Advance Application System for Post-secondary Programmes (E-APP) and complete all the application procedures (including the settlement of application fees) before joining the Scheme.

Important Dates

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General Information

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Application Procedures and Eligibility

Local students should apply for admission to SSSDP programmes through Joint University Programmes Admissions Scheme (JUPAS). The application period for 2020 entry will be 18 September – 4 December 2019 (11:59 pm).

 

Eligibility of JUPAS Application

For admission to programmes under the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP), Local HKDSE applicants are required to apply via JUPAS.

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The intake places of programmes under SSSDP are mainly allocated through JUPAS. Should there be unfilled intake places after all admission rounds of JUPAS, HSUHK will admit local non-JUPAS applicants (HKDSE applicants exclusive) via direct admission of no more than 10% of the subsidised places of the respective programme.


Fees and Bursaries

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#Subsidy of HK$42,800 has been deducted.

Remarks:

  1. Starting from the 2019/20 cohort, HSUHK may adjust the annual tuition fee for the subsequent years of study according to the Composite Consumer Price Index (CCPI) announced by the HKSAR Government.
  2. The subsidy is tenable for the normal duration of the programme, i.e. 4 years.

HSUHK Entrance Bursary Scheme

For students who are admitted to an undergraduate programme with genuine financial hardship, that is, family being recipient of Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA). Exceptional cases will be considered individually.


Entry Requirements

In AY2020-21, the minimum requirements for Year-1 entry of the SSSDP programmes are as follows:

  • Form 6 graduates with Level 3 or above in Chinese Language and English Language, Level 2 or above in Mathematics (Compulsory Part)#, Liberal Studies and one elective subject in Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE).
#Minimum entry requirement for Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Actuarial Studies and Insurance is Level 3 in Mathematics (Compulsory Part).

HSUHK accepts the following alternative Chinese language qualifications for NCS students:

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Please click here to obtain the admission score of programmes under Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP) for 2018 entry.


Entrance Scholarships

In 2019/20, HSUHK offers the following entrance scholarships to qualified1, 2, 3 new local Year 1 students:

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Remarks:

1.  Only students admitted with current year HKDSE result are eligible.
2.  Academic result of combined HKDSE certificates will not be considered.
3.  Students will not be awarded any entrance scholarship if they have transferred or been readmitted to the same or another programme for whatever reasons.
4.  The scholarship is distributed on a competitive and merit basis.

Important Dates

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Admission Assessment

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Entry Requirements

School of Business
School of Communication
School of Decision Sciences
School of Humanities and Social Science
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Remark: Applicants should fulfill the above minimum entry requirements and pass in any assessment (e.g. written test, interview) as required by the programme.  Applicants who satisfy the minimum entry requirements are not guaranteed to be admitted due to the different number of applicants, applicants’ academic performance, and approved admission quotas, etc. each year.

Fees and Bursaries

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*Only applicable to eligible Hong Kong students.

Remarks:

1. Starting from the 2019/20 cohort, HSUHK may adjust the annual tuition fee for the subsequent years of study according to the Composite Consumer Price Index (CCPI) announced by the HKSAR Government.

2. The Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme is tenable for the normal duration of the programme, i.e. 4 years.

Bursaries

To full-time local students, the Government is providing:

Non-local students who require a student visa to study in Hong Kong need to fund their own study and living expenses in Hong Kong.

On-campus Accommodation

Approximately 1,200 bed places are currently available. For Year 1 non-local students, on-campus accommodation will be guaranteed for their FIRST YEAR of study at HSUHK.


Entrance Scholarships (Senior-Year Entry)

In 2019/20, HSUHK offers the following entrance scholarships to senior-year local entrants:

Sn-Yr Entrance Scholarship (Local)
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In 2019/20, HSUHK offers the following entrance scholarships to senior-year non-local entrants:

Sn-Yr Entrance Scholarship (Non-Local)

HSUHK Entrance Bursary Scheme

For candidates who are admitted to an undergraduate programme with genuine financial hardship may receive one-off bursary valued up to HK$20,000 each, depending on  candidate’s financial background.

Remarks:

The above scholarships are distributed on a competitive and merit basis.


Application Procedures

You can submit your application through HSUHK Undergraduate Application System.

 

Application Period:

  • 17 November 2018 to 31 August 2019 (Local Student)
  • 17 November 2018 to 3 July 2019 (Non-local Student)

Undergraduate Programmes Offering Senior-Year Entry

Application Procedures

Remarks: Senior-year applicants who are not eligible for admission to Year 3 might be admitted to lower year which is vacated caused by attrition.


Important Dates

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Credit Transfer

Credit transfer may be granted for modules completed successfully at other accredited tertiary institutions.  Associate Degree and Higher Diploma graduates will be granted a block credit transfer of 50% of the total credit units of a programme. The transferred credit units will be counted towards the graduation requirements but will be excluded from the calculation of the student’s Grade Point Average (GPA).


International Qualifications

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Entrance Scholarships

In 2019/20, HSUHK offers the following entrance scholarships to year-one non-HKDSE entrants:

Full Scholarship
Half Scholarship

Remarks:

The above scholarships are distributed on a competitive and merit basis.


Important Dates

Important Dates

Fees

Application fee for each programme is HK$100 (Local Applicant) / HK$200 (Non-local Applicant). You should settle the outstanding amount on or before the due date shown on the debit note which can be downloaded from the HSUHK Undergraduate Application System.

Below are the tuition fees in 2019/20:

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Remarks:

  1. Starting from the 2019/20 cohort, HSUHK may adjust the annual tuition fee for the subsequent years of study according to the Composite Consumer Price Index (CCPI) announced by the HKSAR Government.
  2. The Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme is tenable for the normal duration of the programme, i.e. 4 years.

Non-local students who require a student visa to study in Hong Kong are not eligible to apply for loan / subsidy from The Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). You will have to fund your own studies and living expenses in Hong Kong.


Visa Application and Arrival Arrangement (for Non-local Applicants Only)

According to regulations stipulated by the Immigration Department, non-local students who do not have the right of abode / right to land in Hong Kong are required to apply for a valid HKSAR student visa / entry permit through their Hong Kong institutions, which will take up the sponsorship for their studies in Hong Kong.  HSUHK will assist those admitted students in applying for student visas / entry permits. Students need to pay the visa application fee to the Registry along with the visa application documents.  After receiving the Hong Kong student visas / entry permits, mainland China students should apply for the Exit-Entry Permit in their household Public Security Bureaus.  Persons with visitor visas are not allowed to study in Hong Kong.

Complete and Submit Application

Complete and sign the application form ID995(A) with a recent photo affixed. The application form and application guideline can be downloaded from the website of the Immigration Department www.immd.gov.hk.

Submit Supporting Documents

Submit the photocopies of the following supporting documents (Do not submit original copies. All submitted documents will not be returned.)

  1. Applicant’s travel document containing personal particulars, date of issue, date of expiry and/or details of any re-entry visa held (if applicable). For an applicant who is currently staying in the HKSAR, photocopy of his/her travel document page containing the latest arrival stamp/landing slip/extension of stay label in the HKSAR.
  2. Proof of financial standing, e.g. savings account passbooks, family or individual salary slips, asset proof, etc.  If the financial sponsorship is taken up by a third party, not parents, please provide a signed undertaking stating 1) relationship with the applicant, 2) guarantee to sponsor the applicant’s expenses incurred during his / her period of study in Hong Kong, 3) sponsor’s contact details e.g. telephone number or email  and 4) attach the official proof of relationship with the applicant.
  3. If the applicant is under the age of 18 and wishes to authorise HSUHK to be the guardian, a consent letter duly signed by both the guardian and one of the applicant’s parents should be produced.
  4. Applicant’s Macao identity card [for Macao residents only].
  5. Applicant’s household registration in Taiwan and Taiwan identity card [for Taiwan residents only].

Applicants should post the completed and signed application form and required supporting documents to Registry (Registry, 1/F, Block N, The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, Hang Shin Link, Siu Lek Yuen, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong) before the deadline stipulated by the HSUHK.

Collection of Student Visa

HSUHK will collect the HKSAR student visas / entry permits on behalf of the students. The student visas / entry permits will be posted to the students by express delivery.

After Applying

After receiving the HKSAR student visa / entry permit, the visa/entry permit label should be affixed onto a blank visa page of the applicant’s travel document for presentation to the immigration officer upon arrival in the HKSAR. Eligible students will be notified of the relaxation individually by a “No Objection Letter” (NOL) upon approval of entry applications. Students are required to present the original copy of the NOL for taking up study / curriculum-related internship in the HKSAR.

Remarks:

a.  Immigration Department officers have the right to request applicants to present any supporting documents when processing their applications.
b.  According to the regulations under the Immigration Department, non-local students with HKSAR student visa / entry permit should strictly comply with the following:
i.    Undertake the specific programmes at the stipulated universities or institutions which have been approved by the Director of Immigration;
ii.    Not allowed to take up any paid or no-pay employment, to start or take part in any business before obtaining written approval from the Director of Immigration.
iii.  Students whose study period is not less than one academic year may take up curriculum-related internship, which should be arranged / approved by the institution.
iv.   Students are required to comply with relevant visa regulations and ordinances.
c.   All non-local students should assure their full-time student status during the period of study in Hong Kong. HSUHK will inform the Hong Kong Immigration Department of any changes, and rescind the visa and its sponsorship.
d.  Persons who have the valid working visa issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department, dependent visa or Hong Kong permanent resident identity card (different from Hong Kong identity card) do not need to apply for student visa / entry permit.
e.  Normally it takes 6-8 weeks to process the Hong Kong student visa / entry permit upon receipt of all necessary documents. In order not to defer your admission, students are advised to submit their visa applications as early as possible.
f.   You may contact HSUHK’s Registry for enquiries about Hong Kong student visa / entry permit application, or visit the homepage of the Hong Kong Immigration Department www.immd.gov.hk.
g.   The above content should be subject to the latest announcement on the homepage of the Hong Kong Immigration Department.

Extension of Stay

Admitted non-local students are required to obtain a valid travel document and student visa / entry permit during the period of study in Hong Kong.  Students may apply for extension of stay via the Hong Kong Immigration Department if necessary, within 4 weeks before the visa expiry date so as to continue their studies in Hong Kong. Such application takes approximately 2 to 3 weeks upon receipt of all necessary documents to process.  Students may choose to contact the Registry for details, or visit the homepage of the Hong Kong Immigration Department (www.immd.gov.hk).

The above content should be subject to the latest announcement on the homepage of the Hong Kong Immigration Department.

Preparation before arrival

Non-local students may take the following checklist as reference:

1.  Valid travelling documents (e.g. passport, Exit-entry Permit for Travelling to and from Hong Kong and Macao, ID card)
2.  Student visa / entry permit issued by Hong Kong Immigration Department
3.  Original copy of No Objection Letter (NOL)
4.  Exit-entry Permit issued by the household Public Security Bureau
5.  Recent photos
6.  Admission letter issued by HSUHK
7.  Original academic proof (e.g. academic transcripts, senior high school graduation certificate)
8.  Moderate amount of cash and credit card
9.  Clothing
10.Medicine

Pillows, bed sheet and bedding can be purchased after arrival.  Students should arrive in Hong Kong in late August.  Our Student Affairs Office and all programme offices will organise various orientation activities to help new students get familiar with the University as well as studying at HSUHK. For details of the Registration Day and orientation arrangements, please refer to the calendar of orientation activities provided together with the admission letter  or the arrival guide for better preparation.


FAQ

1. Who are Non-local students?

Students who hold the following visa / permit issued by the Director of the Immigration are defined as Non-local students:

  1. Student visa / entry permit; or
  2. Visa under the Immigration Arrangement for Non-Local Graduates; or
  3. Dependent visa (students who are aged 18 years old before 1 September in the year in which they are admitted to relevant post-secondary programmes in Hong Kong)

Programme Accreditation and Recognition

2. What is the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK)?

The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK) is a non-profit private liberal-arts-oriented university in Hong Kong with five Schools (Business, Communication, Decision Sciences, Humanities & Social Science, and Translation) and around 5,000 full-time students.

3. Are all programmes offered by HSUHK recognised in Hong Kong?

Yes. HSSC received the Institutional Review (IR) status from HKCAAVQ in 2008, which recognised that the School has overall appropriate academic environment to operate programmes, meeting the standards of Bachelor Degree level at the QF level 5. Later, HSSC set up HSMC, which was registered under the Post-secondary College Ordinance (Cap 320), offering all degree programmes, bachelor’s and master programmes, accredited by HKCAAVQ.

Programme Information and Application

4. Which undergraduate programmes does HSUHK currently offer to students?

The following undergraduate programmes accept applications from students:

 

5. When is the application period for undergraduate programmes?

The application period for undergraduate programmes offered in the academic year 2019-2020 is from 17 November 2018 to 31 August 2019 (local student) / 17 November 2018 to 3 July 2019 (non-local student). Early application with pending examination results at the current stage is highly encouraged as the programme(s) may stop receiving applications under different situations, e.g. the programme quota has been filled up.

6. How can I submit my application?

You can submit your application through HSUHK Undergraduate Application System (UAS).

7. How many degree programme choices do I have? Will my choice(s) other than the first choice be considered?

You are allowed to submit one application with no capped number of programme choices. All selected programme choices will be processed. Suitable applicants will be granted ONE conditional offer / confirmed offer only, according to the priority of programme choices.

8. What kind of documents should be submitted together with the application in the UAS?

The following documents need to be submitted together with the application in the UAS:

  1. Passport-size photo
  2. Copy of Travel Document / Identity Certificate (e.g. Passport)
  3. Copy of High School reports
  4. Copy of International Examination result slip
  5. Copy of other academic qualification certificates, e.g. IELTS report
  6. Copy of English language proficiency result slip

9. How can I pay the application fee?

Applicants will be informed via email of downloading the debit note after submitting the online application. You can settle the payment via one of the payment methods before the due date.

10. I am a non-local student and interested in the undergraduate programmes at HSUHK. Do I need to have a certain level of Chinese language? If yes, what should I do?

It is not compulsory for non-local applicants to possess a certain level of Chinese language.

Interview Arrangement

11. When will the written test / admission interview be conducted?

Written test / admission interview will be conducted from time to time for applicants who have completed the application procedures. Eligible applicants will be notified of written test / admission interview arrangements including the date, time and venue in due course via email and SMS. Please note that applicants attending written test / admission interview on different dates in the year will be considered on the same footing for admission.

12. What should I do if I am not able to attend the written test / admission interview on the designated date and time?

If you are not able to attend the written test / admission interview, please inform us as soon as possible via email (ugadmission@hsu.edu.hk). Alternative arrangement may be made for you if possible.

13. What is the format of the interview?

The interview format varies among programmes. Normally group / individual interviews are conducted.

14. Do all programmes require written tests and / or interviews for applicants?

Yes. Applicants must attend and pass the written test and / or interview for admission to the programmes if they are required to do so.

Eligible applicants will be notified of written test and / or interview arrangements via email and SMS. The interview format varies among programmes, normally conducted in group or individual.

15. Will non-local applicants receive any conditional offer after finishing the assessments?

Eligible non-local applicants may be given conditional offer.  Interview and/or written test performance and all documents submitted by the applicant will be taken into consideration before issuing conditional offer. Non-local applicants are required to pay an acceptance fee of HK$1,000 to accept the conditional offer.

16. Will the enrolment deposit be refunded if I finally choose to enroll in another programme offered by an institution other than HSUHK?

No, the enrolment deposit is non-refundable in any cases, even if applicants are finally admitted to other programmes offered by any universities or institutions in Hong Kong.

General

17. Does HSUHK provide any on-campus accommodation to non-local students? How to apply?

On-campus accommodation will be guaranteed for Year 1 non-local students in their first year of study at HSUHK.  Feel free to visit the Student Affairs Office’s website (http://rc.hsu.edu.hk/en/) for more details of the accommodation facilities. Year 1 non-local students need not apply for on-campus accommodation for their first year of study at HSUHK since the Student Affairs Office will be informed of the Year 1 non-local admittees for accommodation arrangement.

18. Are student exchange programmes / short-term study visit programmes available for HSUHK students?

Yes, HSUHK has been in collaboration with overseas institutions and those in Mainland China for student exchange programmes and short-term study visit programmes with the view of broadening our students’ horizons and nurturing their global perspectives. You are encouraged to visit the webpage of student exchange programme for details (http://sao.hsu.edu.hk/student-exchange). HSUHK dedicates to collaborate with overseas institutions to provide students with various overseas learning opportunities.

19. Do I need to pay the whole year tuition fee and other mandatory fees in one go?

No. There are two instalments a year. Students will be given a debit note for the required payment in due course and need to settle on or before the due date.

20. Can non-local students take up part-time or summer employment during their period of study in Hong Kong to support their living costs?

Yes. Since academic year 2008-2009, eligible non-local students i.e. those undertaking locally-accredited full-time degree programmes at undergraduate level or above, and the period of study not less than one academic year can take up part-time on-campus employment of not more than 20 hours per week. Employment during the summer vacation is also allowed without any constraint. Please visit the homepage of the Hong Kong Immigration Department for more details.

Career Planning and Development division of Student Affairs Office regularly updates students with the part-time on-campus employment information. Students are encouraged to visit their webpage for the latest job information.

21. Can non-local students seek employment in Hong Kong after graduation?

Since 2008, non-local undergraduates can apply via the Hong Kong Immigration Department for staying in Hong Kong for job search. Please approach the Hong Kong Immigration Department for further information and application procedure at +852 2824 6111 or www.immd.gov.hk.


Entry Requirements and Selection

Entry Requirements and Selection

Application Procedures

Submit Online Application

Submit online application via here.

Upload Supporting Documents

Please upload the following supporting documents onto the HSUHK Undergraduate Application System:

  1. Passport-size photo
  2. Copy of Travel Document / Identity Certificate (e.g. Passport)
  3. Copy of High School reports
  4. Copy of International Examination result slip
  5. Copy of other academic qualification certificates, e.g. IELTS report
  6. Copy of English language proficiency result slip

Original copies may be required for HSUHK’s verification in the future. If the submitted information is found unauthentic, your admission status and registration qualification will be ceased with immediate effect.

Settle Application Fee

You are required to pay the application fee within 14 days (HK$100 (Local Applicant) / HK$200 (Non-local applicant) per programme). If you fail to pay the application fee on or before the deadline, your application will be regarded as withdrawal.

Acknowledgement

Applicants can log in to the HSUHK Undergraduate Application System to check the payment record or download payment receipts.

Written test and/or Interview

Shortlisted applicants will be invited for written test and/or interview via email and SMS. In case you are invited for written test and/or interview in Hong Kong, no visa application or accommodation arrangements will be provided by HSUHK. Non-local applicants should make your own arrangement prior to arrival.

Application Result

Please provide us with your latest academic qualifications by uploading onto the HSUHK Undergraduate Application System upon receipt at your earliest convenience.

Offer Acceptance

If you are given an offer, you are required to confirm your acceptance by paying the deposit of HK$5,000 (Local Applicant) / HK$30,000 (Non-local Applicant) which will be regarded as part of the tuition fee. If you fail to pay the deposit before the deadline, your offer will lapse with immediate effect.  All fees paid are non-refundable and non-transferable.


Upcoming Promotional Activities

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Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP)

In 2018-19, the minimum requirements for Year-1 entry of the SSSDP programmes are as follows:

  • Form 6 graduates with Level 3 or above in Chinese Language and English Language, Level 2 or above in Mathematics#, Liberal Studies and one elective subject in Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE).
#Minimum entry requirement for Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Actuarial Studies and Insurance is Level 3 in Mathematics (Compulsory).

HSMC accepts the following alternative Chinese language qualifications for NCS students:

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Please click here to obtain the admission score of BBA-SCM programme under Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP) for 2017 entry.


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Postgraduate

Programmes on Offer for academic year 2019/20

School of Business

Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Management (MSC-EM)

Application Deadline
(Non-local applicants) 30 April 2019
(Local applicants) 1 August 2019

School of Communication

Master of Arts in Strategic Communication (MA-SC)

Application Deadline
3rd round (Local and non-local applicants) 31 July 2019

School of Decision Sciences

Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (MSC-GSCM)

Application Deadline
(Non-local applicants) 30 June 2019
(Local applicants) 15 August 2019

School of Translation

Master of Arts in Translation (Business and Legal) (MA-TBL)

Application Deadline
(Non-local applicants) 31 July 2019
(Local applicants) 15 August 2019

Master of Arts in Translation (Computer-Aided Translation) (MA-TCAT)

Application Deadline
(Non-local applicants) 31 July 2019
(Local applicants) 15 August 2019


2019年修课式硕士入学计划

香港恒生大学(香港恒大)设有五所学院,包括商学院、传播学院、决策科学学院、人文社会科学学院,以及翻译学院。2019学年提供五个修课式硕士生课程:

商学院
业管理理学硕士

传播学院
策略传播文学硕士 

决策科学学院
环球供应链管理理学硕士

翻译学院
翻译文学硕士(商务与法律)
翻译文学硕士(电脑辅助翻译)

招生方式及途径
香港恒大在内地招收直接到香港升学之内地学生、在内地以外地区完成本科课程并希望赴港升学之内地学生以及随家人到港后欲在港继续进修之内地学生学生直接透过香港恒大网上申请系统报读硕士学位课程。

招生标准
持有由认可大学颁授的学士学位或具同等学历以下英语要求

  • 毕业院校以英语为主要授课语言;或
  • 雅思(IELTS6.5或以上;或
  • 托福(TOEFL)纸笔测验550网络化测验79分或以上;或
  • 大学英语六级证书(CET-6430分或以
  • 同等英语水平

个别课程设有特定招生标准,详情请参考课程网页。

入学奖学金
为鼓励优秀人材到香港恒大升学,设有半额奖学金予学业成绩优异,并获恒管录取之申请人。奖学金将择优颁发。

2019学年学费及报读截止日期
各课程的学费报读截止日期均有不同,详情请参考课程网页。


Programme Information


Master of Arts in Translation (Business and Legal) (MA-TBL)

Programme Objectives

The Master of Arts in Translation (Business and Legal) Programme aims to train students to master the theories and skills in writing, translating and interpreting in business and legal contexts, and to provide students with the essential knowledge of the translation industry in major Chinese communities. Graduates will be able to meet future challenges in the fast-growing language services industry with a particular focus on business and legal translation.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)

Upon successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

  • analyse complex business and legal texts;
  • apply linguistic and conceptual skills to formulate solutions to complex business and legal translation tasks;
  • apply various information technology skills to enhance translation efficiency;
  • reflect critically on the conceptual issues and practice relating to business and legal translation;
  • conduct research on business and legal translation issues; and
  • communicate effectively in English and Chinese in business and legal environments and for research and study purposes.

Employment Pathways

Graduates of the Programme may fill the following posts:

  • Financial / business / legal translators
  • Law clerks / legal assistants
  • Business executives
  • Project managers
  • Technical writers
  • Public relations / communication officers
  • Language trainers / teachers

Entrance Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent; and
  • Fulfilment of one of the following English language proficiency requirements if the applicant’s bachelor degree was not obtained from a university where English is the medium of instruction: TOEFL ≥ 550 (paper-based), ≥ 79 (internet-based); IELTS ≥ 6.5; CET 6 ≥ 430; TEM-4 ≥ 70.

Year of Study
2019

Application Deadline
Local applicants: 15 August 2019
Non-local applicants: 31 July 2019

Mode of Study
Full-time and part-time

Minimum of credits required
27

Normal Study Period
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years

Maximum Study Period
5 years

Mode of Processing
Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled. Early applications are therefore strongly encouraged.

Programme Website 

Tuition Fee (for 2019 intake)
Local students: HK$3,733 per credit
Non-local students: HK$4,100 per credit

Programme Director

Dr. Shelby Chan
School of Translation
shelbychan@hsu.edu.hk

General Enquiries
MA-TBL Office
 (+852) 3963 5347
 matbl@hsu.edu.hk


Master of Arts in Translation (Computer-Aided Translation) (MA-TCAT)

Programme Objectives
The Master of Arts in Translation (Computer-aided Translation) programme aims to provide academic and professional training for potential language professionals to help them become competent in computer-aided translation (CAT) in the era of artificial intelligence and big data.

Students can acquire professional translation skills and get hands-on experience with translation technology, and they will be in a better position to provide quality language services (e.g., translation, localisation, and bilingual writing and editing) with the assistance of start-of-the-art language technology.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)

Upon successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

  • Apply highly specialised technical know-how and conceptual skills to formulate solutions to professional language services with translation technology;
  • Conduct research on complex issues relating to translation technology and professional language services;
  • Reflect critically on the multifaceted issues and practice relating to translation technology and professional language services;
  • Utilise and extend a wide spectrum of skills and knowledge of translation technology to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of professional language services; and
  • Communicate effectively in English and Chinese in a broad range of professional activities and for research and study purposes.

Employment Pathways

Graduates of the Programme will have a wide range of career options:

  • Professional translators
  • Professional language service providers
  • Project managers
  • Terminologists
  • Translation application developers
  • Technical writers
  • Public relations officers
  • Communication officers
  • Language trainers
  • Language teachers

Entrance Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent; and
  • Fulfilment of one of the following English language proficiency requirements if the applicant’s bachelor degree was not obtained from a university where English is the medium of instruction: TOEFL ≥ 550 (paper-based), ≥ 79 (internet-based); IELTS ≥ 6.5; CET 6 ≥ 430; TEM-4 ≥ 70.

Year of Study
2019

Application Deadline
Local applicants: 15 August 2019
Non-local applicants: 31 July 2019

Mode of Study
Full-time and part-time

Minimum of credits required
24

Normal Study Period
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years

Maximum Study Period
5 years

Mode of Processing
Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled. Early applications are therefore strongly encouraged.

Programme Website 

Tuition Fee (for 2019 intake)
Local students: HK$4,500 per credit
Non-local students: HK$4,950 per credit

Programme Director
Dr. Sai Cheong Siu
School of Translation
 scsiu@hsu.edu.hk

General Enquiries
MA-TCAT Office
 (+852) 3963 5347
 matcat@hsu.edu.hk


Master of Arts in Strategic Communication (MA-SC)

Programme Objective
Designed for working professionals and future-to-be experts who can embrace the rapid changing social environment and communication landscape, the MA in Strategic Communication Programme provides comprehensive knowledge in communication theories, latest development in media, and current practices in social, political and business communication.

Programme Uniqueness

  • The Programme offers a unique blend of political and corporate strategic communication. It is structured into two concentrations: Public Affairs Communication, and Corporate Engagement Communication.
  • It stresses the balance between theory and practice by inviting top professionals in the field to share their experiences and insights, with integration of theories supported by the School’s full-time professors.

Entrance Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent; and
  • Fulfilment of one of the following English language proficiency requirements if the applicant’s bachelor degree was not obtained from a university where English is the medium of instruction: TOEFL ≥ 550 (paper-based), ≥ 79 (internet-based); IELTS ≥ 6.5; CET 6 ≥ 430; TEM-4 ≥ 70.

Preference will be given to applicants with a communication / business / political science / social science background.

 

Year of Study
2019

Application Deadline
(Main round)
Local applicants: 31 July 2019
Non-local applicants: 31 July 2019

Mode of Study
Full-time & Part-time

Minimum of credits required
24

Normal Study Period
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years

Maximum Study Period
5 years

Mode of Processing
Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled. Early applications are therefore strongly encouraged.

Programme Website 

Tuition Fee (for 2019 intake)
Local students: HK$4,541 per credit
Non-local students: HK$4,995 per credit

Programme Director
Professor Paul Lee
School of Communication
  paullee@hsu.edu.hk

General Enquiries
MA-SC Office
 (+852) 3963 5138
  masc@hsu.edu.hk


Master of Science in Entrepreneurial Management (MSC-EM)

Programme Objective
The aim of this Programme is to provide students with the essential knowledge and skills for starting and managing new ventures and entrepreneurial organisations. It is designed as an excellent study pathway for people who wish to start and manage their own business, to undertake an entrepreneurial role in large organisations, small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and to support the development of start-ups in the dynamic business environment. The Programme will also provide a solid foundation for those who want to pursue research in the fields of business, management and entrepreneurship.

Key Feature

  • A strong focus on experiential and authentic learning for students to acquire first-hand experience on how entrepreneurs and business executives make decisions in the real life context.
  • An emphasis on the development of a range of generic competencies such as creative thinking, decision making, interpersonal communication and team work, which are much needed in the dynamic business context nowadays.
  • A unique MSc Project which can be adapted into different formats including a company-based project, an extended business start-up plan, or a traditional dissertation to match with individual career aspirations.
  • Complementary learning activities offered by the new Wu Jieh Yee Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which features a pre-incubation programme, seed funding, start-up mentorship as well as various networking events.

Entrance Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent; and
  • Fulfilment of one of the following English language proficiency requirements if the applicant’s bachelor degree was not obtained from a university where English is the medium of instruction: TOEFL ≥ 550 (paper-based), ≥ 79 (internet-based); IELTS ≥ 6.5; CET 6 ≥ 430; TEM-4 ≥ 70.

Year of Study
2019

Application Deadline
Local applicants: 1 August 2019
Non-local applicants: 30 April 2019

Mode of Study
Full-time and part-time

Minimum of credits required
30

Normal Study Period
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years

Maximum Study Period
5 years

Mode of Processing
Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled. Early applications are therefore strongly encouraged.

Programme Website 

Tuition Fee (for 2019 intake)
Local students: HK$4,140 per credit
Non-local students: HK$4,554 per credit

Programme Director
Dr. Thomas Man
Department of Management
 thomasman@hsu.edu.hk

General Enquiries
MSC-EM Office
 (+852) 3963 5088
 mscem@hsu.edu.hk

 


Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (MSC-GSCM)

Programme Objectives
Global supply chain and logistics management today pervades all levels of a corporation, from tactics to marketing strategies to mission and vision. It is affected by global political and economic policies, and is shaped by emerging technology in our society. Other than e-Commerce, social media, mobile technology, artificial intelligence, etc., all impact global supply chain and logistics management.
This Programme develops students to be managers with an analytical mindset who can utilise advanced Supply Chain Management (SCM) knowledge (modelling methodology and information technology) to innovate and design solutions for enterprises, with special emphasis on e-Commerce and Big Data.  Students learn a holistic approach to global supply chain management and optimisation of interconnected business processes and operations.

Key Features

  • Industrial Partnership
    The Programme features a unique module SCM Field Study which helps students apply advanced technical knowledge and skills to real-world problems. Students will also learn from industry experts through participating in a series of SCM professional development activities.
  • Internship
    The Programme has strong connections with large and multinational corporations (e.g. airlines, container terminal operators, third-party logistics providers, retailers, etc.); provide local and overseas internship opportunities for students to gain work experience in an international business environment.

Entrance Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree of business, technology, science or engineering from a recognised university/tertiary institution (or equivalent); and
  • Fulfilment of one of the following English language proficiency requirements if the applicant’s bachelor degree was not obtained from a university where English is the medium of instruction: TOEFL ≥ 550 (paper-based), ≥ 79 (internet-based); IELTS ≥ 6.5; CET 6 ≥ 430; TEM-4 ≥ 70.

Year of Study
2019

Application Deadline
Local applicants: 15 August 2019
Non-local applicants: 30 June 2019

Mode of Study
Full-time and part-time

Minimum of credits required
24

Normal Study Period
Full-time: 1 year
Part-time: 2 years

Maximum Study Period
5 years

Mode of Processing
Applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled. Early applications are therefore strongly encouraged.

Programme Website 

Tuition Fee (for 2019 intake)
Local students: HK$5,180 per credit
Non-local students: HK$5,700 per credit

Programme Director
Dr. Stephen Ng
Department of Supply Chain and Information Management
 stephenng@hsu.edu.hk

General Enquiries
MSC-GSCM Office
 (+852) 3963 5594
 gscm@hsu.edu.hk


General Entrance Requirements

Applicants must fulfill the following requirements for admission:

  1. A Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent; and
  2. Documentary evidence demonstrating the applicant’s English proficiency, which may include:
  • Graduated from an institution where the medium of instruction is English; or
  • A minimum of 550 (paper-based) and 79 (internet-based) in TOEFL; or
  • A minimum of 6.5 in IELTS; or
  • A minimum of 430 in College English Test-Band 6 (CET-6) or “Pass” if the test was taken before June 2005; or
  • Or equivalent of the above

Visiting Student

All Taught Postgraduate (TPG) Programmes of HSUHK accept Visiting Students who may, according to their interests or needs, take one or more modules of a TPG programme but do not intend to complete a postgraduate degree.  Upon completion of the module(s) registered, the student will be issued a transcript to certify his/her study at the University.  Visiting Students have to abide by the Academic Regulations applicable to TPG students and they are required to pay for the module(s) they registered unless there is an exchange agreement between HSUHK and their home institutions with a reciprocal home-fee paying arrangement.  All other fees and charges, e.g. application fee, caution money, student ID card, additional copies of transcript, etc., will apply.

Applicant for admission as a Visiting Student of a TPG programme should possess a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university, and admission will be subject to approval of respective offering Department/School.

Application Form


How to Apply

Application Procedures

The successful submission of an online application consists of the following steps:

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Register your account

You need to register an account to use the Postgraduate Admission System. Please prepare a valid e-mail account and ensure all mandatory fields are filled in.

Complete the online application form

After registration, you can login with the password. Make sure you have completed all mandatory fields. After completing all mandatory fields, you can go to the submission page to complete the application including uploading the supporting documents:
(1) Copy of your HKID card / valid travel document
(2) Copy of school report(s) / transcript(s)
(3) Copy of certificate of public examination results

Receive an application number

You will receive an application number via email after submitting your online application. You are advised to retain this number for future reference and enquiries.

Settle the application fee

An email of the application fee payment will be sent to your email address after you submit your online application. Please follow the payment instructions and settle the application fee accordingly. A non-refundable and non-transferable application fee of HK$200 is charged for each applied programme. Kindly note that your application will not be processed if you fail to settle the payment of application fee.

After settlement of application fee

Upon settlement of application fee, you may log into the online application system regularly to check your application status.


Notes for Applicants

Please refer to here for the application deadline for academic year 2019/20 admission for respective programmes.

Applicants are required to provide true, accurate and complete information in support of their applications. The University reserves the right to disqualify application at any time if the information provided is found unauthentic or misleading.

  1. Read carefully the “Notes for Applicants”.
  2. Choose “Apply Now”.
  3. Complete the application form and press the “Submit” button. You will see an acknowledgement receipt if the submission is completed. Please keep your Application Number for future reference.
  4. Arrangement for the supporting documents listed in Section 3 to upload to the Postgraduate Admission System by the application deadline.

All applicants who apply for admission should upload softcopies at Postgraduate Admission System by the deadline. If the application is unsuccessful, all records will be destroyed.

Documents required include:

  1. Copies of certificates of academic/professional qualifications (e.g. university certificate of graduation, examination certificates and other qualifications).
  2. Copy of transcripts (with a complete record of courses attended and examination results) and grading scheme of all tertiary level studies.
  3. Applicants with degrees awarded by overseas universities by distance learning or by completing a curriculum of short duration may be required to provide assessment report from the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ) on the level of qualification obtained.
  4. Any one of the following score reports/certificates, showing that you have fulfilled the English proficiency requirement:
    (i) Copy of graduation certificate issued by a university in Hong Kong or an English speaking country; or
    (ii) Copy of official score report of TOEFL, or IELTS (Academic), or CET-6.
  5. A photocopy of your HKID card or other identity document as given in the Application Form.
  6. Any other specific materials required by the relevant programme as listed in the Postgraduate Prospectus.
  7. The University may require applicants to submit additional information or documentary proof if deemed necessary.

The application fee for admission to one postgraduate programme is HK$200. The application fee, once paid, is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Registry will begin the selection process upon receipt of the applications and supporting documents. Individual programmes may require applicants to take an entrance test or attend interviews. Applicants will be notified by the Registry separately.

The information collected from the application form will be used for the following purposes:

  1. as a basis for selection of applicants for admission in academic year 2019/20 to postgraduate programmes offered by the University and other related purposes;
  2. for verifying information about the applicant’s public examination results and academic record in relevant institutions in Hong Kong and elsewhere;
  3. for identifying records of previous studies as a student in the University or other institutions;
  4. as part of the applicant’s student record upon registration for a programme, which will be used for all purposes relating to his/her studies in accordance with the procedures of the University;
  5. for identifying multiple enrolments at this University or at any other tertiary institution upon registration for a programme
  6. if necessary, may be transferred to other units within the University to facilitate admission verifications communication, operations and planning; and
  7. for statistical and research purposes and in such circumstances, personal identifiers will be removed.

Inquiry

Please refer to the Postgraduate Prospectus for the contact information. Those who have submitted applications should always quote the Application No. and programme applied.


FAQ

1. What is the basic requirement for admission to a taught postgraduate programme?

Applicants seeking admission to a taught postgraduate programme should hold a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or equivalent; and with documentary evidence demonstrating the applicant’s English proficiency.

2. What is the University requirement on applicant’s English proficiency?

Applicants must provide documentary evidence demonstrating his/her English proficiency, which may include:

1.  Graduated from an institution where the medium of instruction is English; or
2.  A minimum of 550 (paper-based), 79 (internet-based) in TOEFL; or
3.  A minimum of 6.5 in IELTS; or
4.  A minimum of 430 in College English Test-Band 6 (CET-6) or “Pass” if the test was taken before 2005; or
5.  Equivalent of the above

3. When is the deadline for submitting my application?

Please refer to here for the application deadline for academic year 2019/20 admission for respective programmes.

4. What documents should I submit to support my application?

Applicant is required to upload the transcripts and graduation certificate, if applicable. The original or officially certified copies of the documents are required for verification when you received a firm offer from the University.

Documents not in English should be accompanied by a formally certified English translation.

5. How much is the application fee and how should I pay it?

The application fee for each programme is HK$200 (non-refundable and non-transferable).  Please follow the payment instructions and settle the application fee accordingly.

6. How do I know whether the University has received my online application?

You will receive an acknowledgement email if you have submitted your online application successfully.

7. When will the results of applications be announced?

Depending on the programme you apply for, applications may be reviewed as soon as they are received.

8. What does a ‘certified true copy’ mean?

A copy of a document that has been duly declared as a true copy before a notary public (e.g. a Commissioner for Oaths at a District Office in Hong Kong), or certified by the appropriate officials of your institution if you are an overseas applicant.

9. How to retrieve my application form?

If you already have established a user account for your application, please login through Postgraduate Admission System to retrieve your application.

10. Can I apply for credit transfer and module exemption?

Credit transfer and module exemption may be granted for modules at the same level completed successfully at the University or in another accredited tertiary institution. The maximum number of credit units transferred and the number of module exempted is specified by the programme and shall not exceed 50% of the total credit units or the module requirements of the programme. Application will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

11. Will I be invited to attend an admission interview/admission test?

Not all programmes require an interview/test and the arrangements also vary from year to year.

12. Can I submit a late application?

Though late applications may be accepted on a place-available basis, at the discretion of the relevant department, you are advised to submit your application as early as possible. For some programmes, applications are processed on a rolling basis. Review of applications will start before the deadline and continue until all places are filled.

13. What do I need to do if I am offered admission?

Successful applicant can view online, their offer letter with the “Notes to Applicants” and other information about admission to the University via their application account.  The acceptance of offer must be accompanied by full payment of the acceptance fee by the specified deadline.

14. I have accepted an offer of admission. When will I get information on enrolment, class schedule and course registration?

Students will be invited for enrolment after they have accepted the admission offer and settled the acceptance fee. However, students given conditional offer will normally be invited for enrolment after condition(s) of offer is/are met. Students will receive an email reminder to retrieve the enrolment letter available from their online application account. Please download and present the letter for enrolment and note that no hardcopy of the letter will be sent to applicants.

Students will be notified of the arrangements for class schedule and course registration near the start of the semester.


Non-local Applicants

General Entrance Requirements
Applicants must fulfill the following requirements for admission:

1. A Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent; AND

2. Documentary evidence demonstrating the applicant’s English proficiency, which may include:

  • Graduated from an institution where the medium of instruction is English; OR
  • A minimum of 550 (paper-based) and 79 (internet-based) in TOEFL; OR
  • A minimum of 6.5 in IELTS; OR
  • A minimum of 430 in College English Test-Band 6 (CET-6); OR
  • Equivalent of the above

Visa Application
According to regulations stipulated by the Immigration Department, non-local students who do not have the right of abode / right to land in Hong Kong are required to apply for a valid HKSAR student visa / entry permit through their Hong Kong institutions, which will take up the sponsorship for their studies in Hong Kong.  HSUHK will assist those admitted students in applying for student visas / entry permits.

Non-local students who are unable to present a valid visa at the time of registration will not be allowed to register.

Cost of Living
The cost of living in Hong Kong is generally high. The estimated basic cost of living for a single student is around HK$10,000 to HK$15,000 per month to cover food, lodging and general living expenses, depending on the type of accommodation selected and level of living and personal expenses. The above estimate does not include the tuition fee which may vary by programme depending on the credit load to be taken.

On-campus Accommodation
The University offers on-campus accommodation at Old Hall for non-local taught postgraduate students. Due to the limited residence places, there is no guarantee that all students will be granted a residence place during their studies.

Details on the Old Hall and the application form could be found at here.

Personal Accident and Medical Insurance/Travel Insurance
It is mandatory for all non-local students to have suitable and adequate insurance which should include but not limited to travel, personal accident, medical expenses (accident and non-accident), hospitalization and emergency evacuation/repatriation throughout the entire period of their studies in Hong Kong.

 

 


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