a. New students are required to come to the University campus for enrolment. For direct applicants, the appointed date, time and venue are shown on the enrolment notification letter. For JUPAS applicants, the enrolment date, time and venue will be shown when accepting the offer online.
b. The enrolment process normally takes about 20-25 minutes. We will take your photo on site to produce your student identity card. After that, students will be invited to complete two surveys (Student Profile Questions and LASSI) conducted by Office of the Provost and Office of Education Development and Gateway Education (EDGE) respectively, which takes another 15-30 minutes.
The enrolment venue is indicated in the enrolment notification letter. Click the venue given in your letter to see how to get there:
You will be issued a student identity card after enrolment. The card bears your name and student number with a photo which is for identification purpose at the University. Your mode of study ('full-time' or 'part-time'), programme level, admission date and expiry date will also be shown on your student identity card.
You must take good care of your student identity card during your studies at the University. Click here to know more about the rules on student identity card.
The University will be closed and new student enrolment will be suspended when typhoon signal Pre-No. 8 or above or rainstorm black warning is hoisted. Please click here to see the University's basic guidelines for activity cancellation under adverse weather condition.
The cancelled enrolment will be postponed to the rescheduled dates at the same time and venue. No separate notification will be issued.
|Original Enrolment Dates||Rescheduled Enrolment Dates||Time and Venue|
|24 - 26 July 2012||27 July 2012||Same as originally scheduled|
|30 July - 1 August 2012||2 August 2012|
|4 - 8 August 2012||9 August 2012|
|10 - 16 August 2012||17 August 2012|
|20 - 22 August 2012||23 August 2012|
|25 - 30 August 2012||31 August 2012|
|1 - 3 September 2012||4 September 2012|
If you have further enquiries on the rescheduled enrolment arrangement, please call Academic Regulations and Records Office (ARRO) enquiry hotline at 3442 2300.
Under current immigration policy, persons holding one of the following types of identity documents are permitted to enrol as students of the University -
|Local Students||Non-local Students|
At the time of enrolment, please produce your identity document to the University for verification. Expired visa and visitor visa will not be accepted. In case of doubt, please check with the Immigration Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region concerning your eligibility for studying in Hong Kong.
To understand more regarding rules governing enrolment of local and non-local students, please check here.
Please take the following actions after enrolment:
Students with disabilities are advised to inform the University so that, where possible, the University can provide appropriate assistance to you. Simply complete and submit the Questionnaire for Students with Disabilities by the end of week 2 of Semester A.