To formally enrol as a student of EdUHK, you are invited to complete the following online registration procedures as listed below. New students are NOT required to undergo registration in person and will receive details through email.
Please read carefully all the information on this website and take appropriate actions as required.
- Welcoming Booklet for Non-local students
The Student Affairs Office (SAO) has prepared a Welcoming Booklet for newly arrived non-local students to help you get ready for life at EdUHK. Information includes: on-arrival day arrangements, accommodation, planning for your first week, orientation activities, survival tips, and other support services and facilities available on campus. For details, please click here.
(only applicable to non-local students enrolled in full-time Government-funded programmes)
- Hall Application 2023/24 (please refer to the Registration Notification for the Login ID and password)
- Checklist for Hall Accommodation
- Hostel Check-in Procedures
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
For any questions regarding on-campus accommodation, please contact the Hall Management Section of our Student Affairs Office (SAO) by email (email@example.com).
- Guidance Notes on Academic Honesty
- Personal Information Collection Statement
- Equal Opportunities Campus Free of Sexual Harassment
- Second Majors and Minors offered by Faculty of Education and Human Development (FEHD) 2023/24
- Second Majors and Minors offered by Faculty of Humanities (FHM) 2023/24 (Download Booklet)
- Second Majors and Minors offered by Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) 2023/24
- English Proficiency Test (EEPT) and Tertiary Putonghua Test (TPT) (only applicable to Year-1 entry students)
Please read through New Students Information Sheet on IT Services and activate your computer account to enjoy the online services, including EdUHK email (@s.eduhk.hk), course registration, personal time-table, library catalogue, e-learning, hostel application, etc.
You may refer to the Registration Notification which has been sent to you via email for your EdUHK student number.
- Student Supplementary Information
- Complete Cross-sectoral Arrangement (only applicable to the following programmes)
- A Profile of New Full-time Students
- Student Emotional State Self-assessment (SES Self-assessment)
Upon the beginning of the new semester, you are invited to complete an online Student Emotional State Self-assessment (SES Self-assessment). It takes you several minutes to complete. When necessary, counsellor of SAO will contact you to follow up on your emotional state.
- Whole Person Development Inventory
To facilitate new students’ understanding of the whole person development status, you are cordially invited to complete the electronic Whole Person Development Inventory (eWPDI) questionnaire. It will be available for your completion between 22 August 2023 (Tuesday) and 22 September 2023 (Friday). Upon completion of the questionnaire, you will receive your individual report immediately, which will be used for designing your Personal Development Plan with the Student Development tutor in the new semester.
Grasp the chance to know yourself better by completing the WPDI survey on or before 22 September 2023!
For enquiries, please contact Student Affairs Office at 2948 6720 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Peer Mentoring Programme
Each full-time HD/UG freshman will pair up with a senior EdUHK Peer Mentor, who will guide you through the new journey here. Mentors shall share with you their experiences of university life and study tips, assist your adaptation needs and organize variety of welcoming activities. You will be able to make new friends from different backgrounds and develop your network!
As you start your student life at EdUHK, you are required to attend a series of mandatory briefing sessions. A separate email regarding Programme Introducation Arrangement will be sent to you nearer the time. You may also click the following hyperlinks for information delivered online:
(When Typhoon Signal No.8 or above, or Black Rainstorm Warning is in force in Hong Kong at or after 6:00am, the bad weather arrangement will be adopted. Details will be announced in due course.)
- Programme Introduction (To be provided)
- IT Services and Course Registration
- Language Policy & Language Enhancement Programmes
- Introduction to General Education (only for undergraduates)
[For Year-1 Entrants] Video / Powerpoint File
[For Senior Year Entrants] Video / Powerpoint File
* Note: For questions about the Programme Introduction and Course Registration, please contact the relevant programme staff. Contact information can be found here.
Faculty-based Orientation Reception
(Not applicable to Year 1 entrants of 4-year/5-year full-time undergraduate programmes)
To help facilitate a smooth transition to our University, we would like to invite you to attend the Faculty-based Orientation Reception in person. The Orientation is compulsory for all new senior year entry students (i.e Year-3 entry of 4-year Full-time / Year-1 entry of 2-year Full-time undergraduate programmes). Details are given in the Invitation Letter from the respective Faculties.
If you are not sure which Faculty your enrolled programme belongs to, you may check it out here.
ORIENTATION AT EdUHK
A series of orientation activities have been prepared to help you navigate through the dynamic student life at the University and meet fellow students and teachers. Please browse Orientation website to learn more about the details.
ARRIVING AT EdUHK
- Upload a set of scanned copies of the following travel documents onto your online application account within a month upon your arrival on campus:
Notification Slip for Entry Visa/Permit (e-Visa) (sample).
A student landing slip in white (sample).
(For Mainland student only) - EEP (往來港澳通行證) and a relevant exit endorsement (逗留D)
They will only be available after entering Hong Kong and completing the activation process of your student visa at the Immigration Counter.
- Complete academic and travel documents verification process
Please inform The Registry by email after uploading your travel documents. Registry will acknowledge receipt of your photocopies by email and may invite you to complete the documents verification process in person, if necessary.
KMB Route 74F: Between EdUHK Tai Po Campus and Kwun Tong Ferry
|KMB Route 74K: Between MTR Tai Po Market Station Bus Terminus and Sam Mun Tsai, stopping at EdUHK Tai Po Campus||Between EdUHK Tai Po Campus and Bayshore Towers||Approximate fare is HK$55 from MTR Tai Po Market Station or MTR Tai Wo Station to EdUHK Tai Po Campus|
|University Shuttle Bus Service
Between MTR University Station and EdUHK Tai Po Campus
|Boarding Point:||MTR University Station (to EdUHK Tai Po Campus) Shuttle bus pick-up/drop-off area (between bus terminus and taxi stand),Chak Cheung Street, Ma Liu Shui (MTR University Station Exit B)|
|Service Time:||Monday to Friday
7:50am to 10:15pm (July to August 2023)
7:40am to 11:00pm (September 2023 to June 2024)
8:00am to 7:20pm (Mid-August 2023 to June 2024)
No Service in July to Mid-August 2023
|Frequency:||Every 5-15 minutes|
|Fare for Student:||HK$7.0 per trip by Octopus (new fare from 1 Aug 2023, pay after alighting at Block A Entrance Plaza)|
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Study at EdUHK
Please find below the information related to your study at EdUHK.
|Tuition Fees & Payment Methods||
Tuition Fee is normally payable in two installments, one in each semester by a stipulated due date (normally by mid-October and early-February). Students may view the Consolidated e-Billing through Intranet and can settle the payment by one of the following methods:
|List of Undergraduate Programmes||Programme List|
|Scholarships||Scholarships, Prizes and Awards|
Study in Hong Kong
|Estimated Cost for Studying in Hong Kong||It is very difficult to give a precise estimate of the likely cost of study for non-local students because it varies depending on programme type, duration, accommodation selected, inflation rate and other personal factors. Please visit our GAO's website for the estimated expenses for reference.
The University offers a wide range of optional experiential learning programmes, such as exchange activities to enrich the students’ personal experiences. Students may need to pay when participating in these experiential learning programmes.
|Other Important Information for Non-local Students|
Admissions, Registrations and Academic Planning Section
Faculty of Education and Human Development (FEHD)
Faculty of Humanities (FHM)
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS)
Global Affairs Office
Centre for Language in Education (Language Test Enquiries)
Room B2-G/F-03, Block B2
General Education Office
OCIO IT Help Desk
Student Affairs Office - General Enquiries
Student Affairs Office - Hall Admission Enquiries