Part-time (distance learning) programmes/courses (2019 Spring term)

Key Dates for Applicants
Application Deadline Application for admission to the 2019 Spring term is closed. As some courses still have limited quota available, late registrations may be considered on an individual basis. If you wish the University to consider your late application, please submit your application AS SOON AS POSSIBLE while course places are still available.
Term Start Date 21 January 2019
Important Notes of Registration:
  1. Application can be made online or by hardcopy during the application period.

  2. Application fee for new students is HK$300 (except students who have studied at the Univeristy before or graduates of LiPACE higher diploma). The application fee is also applicable to all continuing students (except graduates of the University  or LiPACE higher diploma) applying for programmes with specific entry requirements. The application fee is not refundable under any circumstances.   

  3. OUHK does not forbid its students to study in another institution at the same time. However, you should check with your current institution if it has any restriction on ‘double registration’.

  4. Persons living overseas are welcome to pursue their studies in OUHK through distance learning. However, they should read through the notes as details in FAQ26 before submitting applications for enrolment.

  5. Application and registration will normally be processed on a first-come, first served basis.

  6. You are advised to read through the “Guidance notes for Admission/Registration” and visit the “Course Search” page to obtain the latest information on class schedule and the remaining class quota before you make your application.

  7. Application can normally be completed in a single process: select programme, course, class section and make immediate payment of the application fee and course fee.

  8. Students who wish to apply for student financial assistance or pay the tuition at a bank must submit an online application and take the option of “Receiving Debit note” on or before 23 November 2018. The debit note will be sent to you by post within 10 working days.

  9. If you are applying for a programme with specific requirements, you should submit the “Admissions Supplementary Form for Programmes with Specific Entry Requirement” and relevant supporting documents (e.g. copies of certificate, transcript or proof of working experience) with your application. Insufficient documents may result in the delay of your application. Approval should be obtained from the relevant School before you are admitted to the programme. You will be informed in writing for the application results. Original documents will need to be presented for verification by the University. If you fail to fulfill the specific entry requirements or present the required documents for verification, the relevant course fee that you have paid for will be refunded upon your return of the course materials/other materials, if any, which have been given to you in connection with the registration. The application fee is non-refundable in any case.

  10. There is a limitation of registration value for students in each term. Special approval is required if you want to exceed this limit:

  • New students enrol for the first time: 15
  • Continuing students taking postgraduate level course for the first time: 15
  • Continuing students: 30    
  1. 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.

  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. The University reserves the right to make any alterations to the programme/course that are considered to be necessary without prior notice.  The University also reserves the right to 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.

  4. For any enquiries, please contact the Admissions & Enrolment Office (Part-time & Postgraduate)  of the Registry.

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Modified Date: Jan 17, 2019