Admission/Registration

Part-time (distance learning) programmes/courses
 

Application Period & Important Date

Term
2021 Summer term*
 
(Term Start Date: 28 June 2021)
 
*2021 Summer term is open for continuing students only.
If you are a new student, please apply for admission in 2021 Autumn term, admissions/registrations will open in mid-June 2021. Details will be announced in early June 2021.
Application Period 1 April 2021 - 31 May 2021

Please click "Apply Now" to register for course(s) and make payment.


Registration for the following course was closed:

  • NURS N222C
Remarks

  1. The payment receipts can be downloaded from the applicant portal once the payment has been received and confirmed by the University. No hardcopy will be issued.

  2. If you require a debit note for student financial assistance application or you would like to pay your tuition fee at a bank, please submit your application online on or before 23 April 2021.

    Debit note will be sent to you by post within 10 working days after you have successfully submitted your application. Please settle the tuition fee before the stipulated deadline.

    Contact Student Affairs Office (Tel: 2768 6636 or Email: sao_sfs@ouhk.edu.hk) for financial assistance application procedures.

  3. Applications and Registrations will normally be processed on a rolling basis. Once the quota is exhausted, further applications will not be accepted.


Please note the following opening hours and venue for admission/ registration enquiries:

Application Period Opening hours Locations

1 April 2021
to
31 May 2021

Mon - Fri:
09:00 - 17:15
Sat, Sun and Public Holidays:
Closed

Room A0511, 5/F, Block A, Main Campus

Admission Requirements

The OUHK does not have any academic entry requirements for most of its part-time (distance learning) first degree programmes. Admission is open to anyone in Hong Kong over the age of 17.

You should note, however, that some of the OUHK programmes, especially those in the areas of education and nursing, are designed for people already holding certain qualifications. Besides, each programme in postgraduate level stipulates its own programme-specific entry requirements (see details here).

Fees

Application Fee HK$ 300
  • Application fee is non-refundable and non-transferable to another term or another use.
  • The application fee is applicable to new students (except students who have studied at the University before or LiPACE higher diploma graduates), or new / continuing students applying for programmes with specific entry requirements (except OUHK graduates or LiPACE higher diploma graduates).
Course fee Please refer to this page for course fee

Payment Methods

Course fees and the application fee (if applicable) payment could be made by the following methods:

  Remarks

Credit Card

 

Alipay / AlipayHK

 

WeChat Pay

 

Union Pay

E-Banking

1

PPS - Online instant payment

 

Interest-free Tuition Instalment Plan
offered by Bank of China (International) Limited

2,5

Request Tuition Fee Debit Note

1,3,4

Remarks
1 Not applicable to application fee. Applicants are required to settle the application fee first by credit card/Alipay/AlipayHK/WeChat Pay/Union Pay or PPS - Online instant payment.
2 Only applicable to holders of valid Bank of China (HK) Union Pay card. The applicant must be the card holder.
3 Debit note will be sent to you by post within 10 working days, please pay tuition fee before the stipulated deadline. Besides, the University will only reserve for you a place in the course but not the specific class section. Specific class section will only be assigned to you upon receiving payment from your bank. If there is no place left in the class section that you choose, you will be allocated in a different class section without notice.
4 Only applicable to applications submitted on or before 23 April 2021.
5 Only applicable for hardcopy application submitted in person at the Registry counter.

Apply Now

Step 1. Select your programme and course

  1. Select your programme (See the programmes on offer here)
  2. Select the course under your selected programme
  3. Ensure the course will be offered in this coming term
  1. Check your Programme Regulations to ensure the course meets the requirements of the programme you intend to graduate (See Programme Regulations here)
  2. Select the course under your programme (See the courses on offer here)

Step 2. Prepare your documents

You are required to include the following documents when you apply, please have such documents ready.

  • A copy of your HKID card with the word 'copy' written across the face; or
    A copy of your passport if you are an overseas applicant; or
    A copy of your PRC Resident ID card if you are a mainland applicant;
  • Additional supporting documents for the programme with entry requirement:
    • The completed "Admissions Supplementary Form for Programmes with Specific Entry Requirements";
    • A copy of academic transcript(s) with examination results;
    • A copy of certificate(s) to prove that you have fulfilled the entry requirements;
    • Additional document(s) to prove that you have fulfilled the entry requirements, e.g. proof of working experience as required for certain programme(s).

Step 3. Start your application

  1. Applications and registrations will normally be processed on a rolling basis. Once the quota is exhausted, further applications will not be accepted.
  2. To comply with the requirements of the HKSAR Government's Office of the CEF, the University will not offer any tuition fee discounts or reduction to students applying for 'CEF reimbursable courses'.
  3. OUHK does not forbid its students to study in another institution at the same time (except for non-local applicants whose student visa is sponsored by the OUHK). However, you should check with your current institution if it has any restriction on 'double registration'.
  4. Persons living overseas are welcome to pursue studies at OUHK through distance learning. Please read FAQ before submitting applications.
  5. Please refer to OUHK website for the latest programme information. The University reserves the right to make any necessary changes or cancel a programme/course/class if there is an insufficient number of enrollments. In every case, the University will make every effort to minimize the inconvenience caused and will give notice to the affected students of any such changes as early as possible.
  6. Starting from 2017 Autumn term, students studying in the part-time (distance learning) mode may also choose to take certain courses in face-to-face mode. You can contact our Admissions & Enrolment Office (Part-time & Postgraduate) of the Registry for details.

The Enhancement Measures for Continuing Education Fund (CEF) has been implemented on 1 April 2019. According to the Enhancement Measures, persons who attend CEF reimbursable course(s) are required to submit “Consent for CEF Course Participant upon Enrolment (Consent Form)” to the Course Provider before attending the course(s). Otherwise, the Office of CEF would be unable to process the application for fees reimbursement.

[Important: How to check CEF eligibility]

CEF course participants irrespective of whether they will apply for fee reimbursement are required to submit the Consent Form in person or by mail to the Admissions & Enrolment Office (Part-time & Postgraduate) of the Registry. (Click HERE to download the Form)

For more details about CEF, please visit CEF website: https://www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/cef

Most courses accept ONLINE applications. Please click the icon below to submit your application.

2021 Summer term is open for continuing students only.
If you are a new student, please apply for admission in 2021 Autumn term, admissions/registrations will open in mid-June 2021. Details will be announced in early June 2021.

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Maintained by: Admissions & Enrolment Office (Part-time & Postgraduate) ( regadm@ouhk.edu.hk )
Modified Date: Apr 13, 2021