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Fees and financial assistance
Fees
  Application fee    
    1. New students#   HK$300
    2. New students / continuing students applying for the programme
with specific entry requirements^
  HK$300
  Course fee*   please click here for details
  Change of registered course fee   HK$100

You should note that fees paid are not refundable or transferable to another term or for another use.


# Students who have studied at OUHK before or LiPACE higher diploma graduates will benefit from an application fee waiver.
^ Except OUHK or LiPACE higher diploma graduates.
* In addition to the tuition fee, students may be required to buy set books, software, etc. The tuition fee does not include the graduation fee. Students are required to pay an additional fee upon graduation.

 
Senior citizen discount

Elderly persons aged 65 or above with a Senior Citizen Card will be offered a discount of 30% on the tuition fees at the time of course registration (The discount offer is not applicable to Continuing Education Fund (CEF) reimbursable courses). If you are interested in the Scheme, you should submit your application in person and produce your senior citizen card for verification during office hours. If you prefer to apply by mail, you should submit your application together with a copy of your senior citizen card. (Applicants interested in the short courses offered by the Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education should contact LiPACE for further information.)

 
Financial assistance

The government and university provide various financial assistance schemes to support students financially, e.g. the OUHK Bursary/Loan, the Government Grant/Loan and Continuing Education Fund, and etc.  For more details on eligibility and application procedures, please visit the Student Affairs Office website.

 
Scholarships and prizes

A number of scholarships and prizes donated by commercial organizations, firms, and individuals are awarded to students who have outstanding academic achievements. These are normally awarded through Schools’ nominations on the basis of academic merit at the OUHK. For details, please visit Student Affairs Office website.

 


Modified Date: Sep 10, 2018