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Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies

Cross-Institutional Course Enrolment Scheme

To enhance the opportunities for postgraduate students to access to courses and expertise at local universities in Hong Kong, the eight UGC-funded universities (CityU, CUHK, HKBU, HKIEd, HKU, HKUST, LU and PolyU) have entered into a collaboration scheme allowing their research students to enrol in courses offered by participating institutions. Interested students please read the relevant information and submit application for course enrolment according to the procedures and deadline specified by the respective participating universities.

Guidelines Governing the Cross-Institutional Course Enrolment Scheme

Application Deadlines (for Semester A, 2015-2016)

Institutions Application Deadline Semester Starts on Information Available From
City University of Hong Kong 24 August 2015* 31 August 2015 3 August 2015
The Chinese University of Hong Kong 21 August 2015 7 September 2015 4 August 2015
Hong Kong Baptist University 15 September 2015 1 September 2015 14 August 2015
The Hong Kong Institute of Education 21 August 2015 7 September 2015 24 July 2015
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 21 August 2015 31 August 2015 3 August 2015
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 25 August 2015 1 September 2015 4 August 2015
Lingnan University 24 August 2015@ 1 September 2015@ 20 July 2015
The University of Hong Kong 21 August 2015 1 September 2015 24 July 2015
* Late application should be submitted with the written approvals (email approvals are also accepted) from the course examiner and the Head of the course offering department, otherwise, the application will NOT be processed.)
@ Applicable for most courses with different dates for some courses. 

Application Form

CityU students, who wish to apply for course enrolment in the participating institutions under this Scheme, should download an application form here and an approval form here, complete and then submit them together to the Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies for processing.