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    Name : Yilmaz
    Date : 5/2/06
    Time : PM 6:25

    Is it possible to study for your distance learning courses (Master of Laws in PRC) as a German living in Germany?

    OUHK :

    We will accept applicants, who must be over 17 years of age, from places other than Hong Kong. However, overseas applicants who plan to pursue their studies in Hong Kong must obtain a student visa. They should make their own enquiries about entry visa requirements from their local government. Furthermore, you should be aware of the followings:

    1. You are required to provide a Hong Kong correspondence address to enable the University to send you the materials. It means that you need to find a friend or relative who lives in Hong Kong and willing to collect the material on behalf of you and then re-send it to you.
    2. All our tutorial and tutor support are Hong Kong based. The majority of our students are enrolled in distance education. Distance learning students receive packages containing specially structured learning materials such as printed study units, assignment questions and other supplementary materials. The OUHK also makes use of other media, such as video and audio programmes, computer software, CD-ROMS and broadcast TV, and online discussion boards to enrich students' learning experience. Students are allocated a tutor for each course they enroll on. Tutors will provide students teaching comments and advice on assignments and is available by telephone to answer their queries. Tutors will also run optional tutorials and/or surgery sessions on weekday evenings or at weekends. Students of part-time face-to-face courses will have more frequent and regular class sessions. These sessions are usually held during weekday evenings and weekends. For most courses, students' coursework is assessed in two main ways: continuous assessment and examinations. Some courses also have compulsory day schools, field trips or laboratory sessions.

    3. All examinations are Hong Kong based. You need to consult the Examinations Office (Tel: (852)27686686; e-mail: regexam@ouhk.edu.hk) before registration if you plan to take an overseas examination. Overseas examination arrangement may not be practicable for examinations, which involve oral or listening or skilled-based sessions, etc. All overseas examinations will be held at a time equivalent to that scheduled for Hong Kong candidates or up to half an hour later at most.

    4. You should also be aware that the University does not provide accommodation for students and that, normally, you will not be eligible for any form of financial assistance.

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    Name : Ip
    Date : 17/1/06
    Time : PM 10:29

    I am a new applicant for the Open University of Hong Kong.

    I have applied for 2 courses for the April 2006 semester.

    I received the confirm letter from Open University, and the tuition fee debit note. I have paid the tuition fee by cash.

    Do I need to take the bank receipt back to Open University for further registration?

    OUHK :

    Welcome to be OUHK student. There is no need to send us the bank receipt.

    If you accept our offer by paying your course fees on or before 8 February 2006, you will receive information about tutorials around one month before the semester begins. This information includes details of how to select your preferred tutorial groups for your courses. If you choose not to select tutorial groups, or if you pay your course fees late, you will be assigned to tutorial groups by random allocation.

    You will receive a registration receipt confirming your place on your course(s) and your payment. Other information required for the start of the semester (and your student ID card) will also be sent to you. You should call the Student Records Office (2768 6606) if you have not received your ID within the first two weeks of the semester.

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    Name : Mandy
    Date : 6/11/05
    Time : AM 10:45

    1,If I want to take the course of E810 ( postgraduate course -- English Studies of Language Teaching)next year, but I am not a English teacher and no job at that time, can I apply this course?

    2,If I am now taking this course while I am an English teacher but I will quit the job during taking this course, can I continue to study this course?


    OUHK :

    To take E810, you need not be a teacher at present. However, the applicant must have a recognized degree. He/she must also have some working experience related to teaching, education or training.

    Any E810 student may continue his or her study of the course even if they lose their jobs during their study.

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    Name : Chris
    Date : 17/10/05
    Time : PM 03:46

    I am living in Beijing and will be back HK twice a year (Chinese New Year & Summer Holiday). Please advise if I am able to take the course with part time study by distance learning.


    OUHK :

    For admission to our individual undergraduate courses / programmes, normally, there are no academic requirements. We will accept applicants who must be over 17 and can provide us a Hong Kong correspondence address to enable the University to send them the materials.

    The OUHK has two intakes each year - in April and October. First round applications are invited every June for the October intake, and in December for the following April intake.

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    Name : Ling
    Date : 16/10/05
    Time : PM 04:50

    What is the minimum requirement for "Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management"?


    OUHK :

    For admission to our individual undergraduate courses / programmes, normally, there are no academic requirements. We will accept applicants who must be over 17 and can provide us a Hong Kong correspondence address to enable the University to send them the materials.

    The OUHK has two intakes each year - in April and October. First round applications are invited every June for the October intake, and in December for the following April intake.

    For your information, in order to obtain the award for an associate degree, a bachelor degree or an honour degree programme, students are required to follow the programme regulation and complete 80, 120 or 160 credits respectively.

    You can visit our website for more information about admission, or enter your information in 'Request for Prospectus' for a printed copy of our prospectus for reference.
     

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    Name : Sheena
    Date : 28/09/05
    Time : AM 09:31

    I was graduated (BBA) from your university and now I'm interested in your program of PCAT. 
    1) Is there any prerequisite to this course and I have go over BAHLT before moving on to PCAT? 
    2) Or can I go directly to this PCAT program? 
    3) And what other credit exemptions(roughly) can I get? 

    OUHK :

    Q1 and Q2. The entry requirements for Programme PCAT are as follows: 
    Applicants should have obtained a Bachelor's degree from a recognised tertiary education institution, or the equivalent.
    Q3. Please be informed that no advanced standing (credit exemption) is available for OUHK Postgraduate Certificate programmes.

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    Name : Bibi
    Date : 03/10/05
    Time : AM 11:33

    I am 22 years old, I have completed High School in the United States. I graduated with honors but got married right away after graduation and had a son. I am living here in Hong Kong with my husband now and I want to continue my studies part time at this university.
    I wanted to know if I can apply and what is the procedure. I am interested in your distance learning program.

    OUHK :

    For admission to our individual undergraduate courses / programmes, normally, there are no academic requirements. We will accept applicants who must be over 17 and can provide us a Hong Kong correspondence address to enable the University to send them the materials.

    The OUHK has two intakes each year - in April and October. First round applications are invited every June for the October intake, and in December for the following April intake. 

    For your information, in order to obtain the award for an associate degree, a bachelor degree or an honour degree programme, students are required to follow the programme regulation and complete 80, 120 or 160 credits respectively. 

    Application for admission to courses in October 2005 is closed. Application for April 2006 semester will begin in December 2005.

    You can visit our website for more information about admission, or enter your information in 'Request for Prospectus' for a printed copy of our prospectus for reference. 

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    Name:  Poon
    Date:  06/09/05
    Time:  PM 09:06

    I am an old student of OUHK.  I have just completed B390 and awaiting the exam result.  If I won't have time to study in the coming six months but wish to continue in April 2006, do I need to do anything now so as to maintain the student status?
    Is the registration only required for enrolling in new courses?

    OUHK:

    If you plan to stop for six months, there is no need to do anything to keep your student status.  We will recruit students in December 2005 for courses commencing in April 2006.  Please send us your request for the re-registration form in December so that we can send you the form by that time.

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