Registration, Course Selection and Examination
The Registration & Examinations Section handles registration, course selection, course add / drop, application for leave of absence / suspension of studies, application for change of study period / major / minor, academic report / transcript and examination matters, etc.
G/F, Sui Loong Pao Building
The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid and the Dean of Students' Office of students' respective College provide financial assistance to students in need.
Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
Room 1202, Yasumoto International Academic Park
College Deans of Students' Offices:
|Chung Chi College||– 3943 6990|
|New Asia College||– 3943 7609|
|United College||– 3943 7575|
|Shaw College||– 3943 7363|
|Morningside College||– 3943 1406|
|S.H. Ho College||– 3943 1441|
|Lee Woo Sing College||– 3943 1504|
|C.W. Chu College||– 3943 1801|
|Wu Yee Sun College||– 3943 1741|
Join the international student exchange programmes to experience other cultures and study at some of the best universities in the world.
Office of Academic Link – Orientation for Exchange Students
Lady Ho Tung Hall
Support to Student Activities
The Student Activities Section of the Office of Student Affairs facilitates the organization of student activities by providing support in activity fund application, venue booking, provision of equipment, etc.
1/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre
Career Planning and Development
The Career Planning and Development Centre of the Office of Student Affairs organizes career guidance and enrichment programmes, offers internship opportunities and provides you with updated job market information, placement and career counseling services to enhance your competitiveness and employability.
2/F Benjamin Franklin Centre
The Student Counselling and Development Service of the Office of Student Affairs provide psychological counselling to students experiencing emotional, interpersonal or other adjustment difficulties. It also aims at enhancing students' personal growth and mental health.
2/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre
Incoming Students Services
The Incoming Students Section of the Office of Student Affairs promotes cultural exchanges on campus and assists non-local students to adapt to campus life through the management of International House (I-House), organization of various cultural activities and provision of personal guidance by Learning Enhancement Officers (LEOs).
1/F, Benjamin Franklin Centre
Leadership Development Programme
We believe that Hong Kong, as a world city, should have young leaders with a global vision who care about society. If you want to do better and hold expectations of your university life; if you are committed to society and want to explore the world, we invite you to join the Leadership Development Programme.
Transportation on Campus
The University operates shuttle bus and air-conditioned shuttle light bus according to bus schedule. Staff members and students can take shuttle bus free of charge. The fare of air-conditioned shuttle light bus is $5 per ride.
Support Services for Students with Disabilities
The Office of Student Affairs is responsible for coordinating various university support services for students with physical disability, hearing impairment, visual impairment, specific learning difficulties or other disabilities. Students with special needs are encouraged to contact the Disability Services Coordinator as soon as possible for assistance if necessary.