City University of Hong Kong
- Hong Kong
At CityU, we strive to nurture well-rounded graduates who are competent professionals, critical thinkers and life-long learners equipped to cope with a globalised work environment and positioned to capitalise on our extensive links to mainland China and beyond. Our approach to education is heavily influenced by the philosophy of “whole-person development”, a contemporary theory about learning and development that strongly resembles traditional Chinese educational philosophy. Subject to particular focus are the spiritual, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic elements of education, coupled with the special attention paid to the emotional and career development aspects typical to Western educational philosophies.
CityU offers state-of-the-art learning, teaching and research facilities in a high-technology environment to create an ambiance that encourages intellectual curiosity, social interaction, self-expression and mutual support.
The Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies strengthens the operation and development of all postgraduate programmes and fosters an ambiance for graduate studies.
College of Business
Economics and Finance
College of Science and Engineering
Biology and Chemistry
Civil and Architectural Engineering
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
Physics and Materials Science
Systems Engineering and Engineering Management
Division of Building Science and Technology
School of Energy and Environment
Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies
Community College of City University
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Languages and Communication
The University offers a wide range of scholarships and prizes to the current students. Most of them are made by nomination from the Colleges/ Schools/Academic Departments on the basis of academic merit while a number of them are made by open application on a competitive basis. In general, the scholarship value varies and it may range from HK$5,000 to HK$100,000 each. Students can view the details of the scholarships and prizes, including the regulations, eligibility, maximum number of award, award value, awarding process and the application deadline, from the Scholarship and Financial Aid (SFA) system via AIMS under the following steps.
Government Funded Programmes
- Bachelor’s Degree: $42,100 per annum*
[For 4-year bachelor’s degree students pursuing a double major or double degree: Any extra credits exceeding the maximum credit limit permitted by the University will be charged on a self-financing basis (for 2012 intake: $2,500 per credit unit for local students and $3,350 per credit unit for non-local students; for 2013 intake: $2,500 per credit unit for local students and $4,030 per credit unit for non-local students)]
- Associate Degree: $31,575 per annum*
- Non-local students:
$80,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2008 - 2010)
$100,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2011 - 2012)
$120,000 per annum# (for students admitted from 2013)
(Please refer to the charges stated under ‘Bachelor’s Degree’ above if you are pursuing a double major or double degree.)
*The tuition fee is subject to annual review. If there are changes to the tuition fee set by the HKSAR Government, the tuition fee may be adjusted.
#The tuition fee is subject to annual review. Once the tuition fee level is approved, the tuition will apply until the end of the student's study in the programme.
Non-Government Funded Programmes
Tuition fees for non-government funded programmes are charged on a credit unit basis. The rate varies by individual programmes. You can check the current and future tuition fees of your study programme in your Account Summary in AIMS (under "My Finance" of "Student Record" tab).
(For non-government funded 4-year bachelor's degree students pursuing a double major or double degree: Any extra credits exceeding the maximum credit limit permitted by the University will be charged on a credit unit basis in accordance with the same tuition fee rate for individual majors.)