Non-local applicants are defined as persons entering Hong Kong for the purpose of education with a student visa/ entry permit issued by the Director of Immigration of the Hong Kong Government. Those who do not belong to this category will be considered as local applicants.

No. Hong Kong citizens who are currently studying or residing overseas are considered as local applicants. 

Non-local applicants are defined as persons entering Hong Kong for the purpose of education with a student visa/ entry permit issued by the Director of Immigration of the Hong Kong Government. Those who do not belong to this category will be considered as local applicants.

Classes start in early September. There is only Fall Intake each year. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for details.

The normal duration of study of most programmes is 4 years except for some programmes which require a longer study period of up to 6 years. For details, please see Programmes on Offer.

English is the medium of instruction for formal classroom teaching at the University, except for those courses that are granted exemption.

Please refer to the Immigration Policy on Study set out by the Hong Kong Immigration Department.

Please refer to the Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates (IANG) announced by the Hong Kong Immigration Department.