* Information is subject to change without prior notice
Please visit the Programme Information for individual programme information including University's General Entrance Requirements, Programme Entrance Requirements and English Proficiency Requirements.
The normal medium of instruction and assessment at the University is English.
The application fee for admission to a programme is HK$300 per online application. Please submit additional applications if you wish to apply for more than one programme. The application fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. You are required to pay the application fee online using a credit card (VISA or MasterCard or UnionPay), before submission of the online application.
Tuition fees are charged on a credit unit basis. Information on tuition fees for 2018 intake is available under Programme Information for individual programmes.
Please visit here for details of other fees and charges relating to taught postgraduate studies. (the fees listed are for the current academic year only and are subject to change)
CityU Postgraduate Association (CUPA) is a recognized student body for postgraduates independent of City University of Hong Kong, with its members covering taught postgraduate, professional doctorate and research degree students. All postgraduate students of the University will automatically become members of CUPA upon registration. The membership fee will be collected by the Finance Office on behalf of CUPA and included in the first tuition fee statement issued after enrolment to a programme of study. Students can opt to withdraw from CUPA membership within one month from the due date for the first tuition fee payment and the membership fee will be refunded to them by CUPA. For details about CUPA membership withdrawal, please visit CUPA’s website at http://www.cityupa.org/membership.
Please visit here for the up-to-date application schedule of various programmes. You are required to submit the online application before the specified deadline.
The documents to be submitted in supporting your application are listed under the Section on “Supporting Document” in the online application. No hard copy of supporting documents will be accepted. Applicants are required to upload the supporting documents online. Please note the following while you are preparing the required documents:
Please upload by yourself the required supporting documents of your academic and / or professional qualifications (such as academic transcripts with explanations of GPA grading system showing the maximum GPA obtainable (e.g. A=4.0) if a 100-mark system is not adopted and award certificates, examination / English test results, etc.) before submitting your application. Documents unrelated to academic qualifications (e.g. HKID card) need not to be submitted. (Normally the information on grading system is found presented on the back page of the academic transcripts)
Please login your online application to update your correspondence address, email address and contact phone number at anytime. It is important that the email address you provided is correct as successful applicants will be informed by email notification to download the offer letter available on their application account. No hardcopy of the offer letter will be sent to successful applicants.
|1.||The information that you provide in the application, including the HKID card/passport/travel document number, examination results and qualifications, will be used for the following purposes:|
|2.||In accordance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, you have the right of access to and the right of correction of the information contained in the application form, and the right to request a copy of such data during the admission exercise. If you wish to obtain more information, please write to the Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies. You may be charged a fee for each request. Data of applicants other than those successfully enrolled will be destroyed at the end of the admission exercise.|
The admission of an applicant to the University is based on academic criteria and other specified entrance requirements. If you have a physical or other disability, you are not required to declare this at the application stage. However, if you need assistance regarding your application (e.g. to attend an interview), you may discuss your needs with us for special arrangement to be made if practicable.
If a student is readmitted to the same programme after withdrawal, termination of studies, or completion of an intermediate award, his/her previous period of study will be counted in the calculation of his/her maximum period of study. The student's credit units and grades previously earned from the same programme are normally counted in the GPA calculation. The final decision on acceptance of credit units and grades rests with the respective academic unit.
Unless otherwise approved by the University, students are not permitted to enrol in an additional CityU programme or government-funded programme/place.
In general, current CityU students who wish to change their programme of study to another programme of the same level may submit an application for programme transfer. Programme Transfer Application Form is obtainable from the Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies. For details including the maximum period of study, please refer to the information on programme transfer.
For CityU staff seeking application for admission, normal admission procedures will apply.
Non-local students are persons who require a student visa/entry permit issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department to study in Hong Kong. Persons holding any of the following documents issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department are NOT considered as non-local students:
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. For further information, please visit the Global Services Office.
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$19,000 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.
Except that students offered government-funded places for the Postgraduate Certificate in Law programme (PCLL) are eligible to apply for student residence, all taught postgraduate students should seek off-campus accommodation as early as possible before arrival at Hong Kong. Details about off-campus accommodation are available at http://www.cityu.edu.hk/sro/htm/e_off-campus.htm.
The University reserves the right to cancel any programmes, in which case all fees paid by applicants will be refunded.