📖 Introduction

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🏫 About The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)

PolyU consists of 8 facilities and schools, offering programmes covering applied science, business, construction, environment, engineering, social science, health, humanities, design, hotel, and tourism management.

The university offers 220 postgraduate, undergraduate and sub-degree programmes for more than 32,000 students every year. It is the largest UGC-funded tertiary institution in terms of the number of students. As of 2019, the university ranks 19th in Asia by THE, 8th in young universities, and 91st internationally by QS.

As new students at PolyU, you will have opportunities for cross-cultural encounters on and off-campus. Their international student exchange and internship programmes will broaden your global horizons. Through Work-Integrated Education, you will gain work-based learning opportunities in Hong Kong, Chinese mainland and overseas which help enhance your employability after graduation. They will also nurture your sense of social responsibility through service-learning programmes and promotion of “Green Concepts” in different aspects across the campus. At PolyU, their vision is to excel in professional education, applied research and partnership for the betterment of Hong Kong, the nation and the world. They wish to give you the best university experience for achieving academic excellence and becoming all-rounder leaders who are critical thinkers, effective communicators, innovative problem solvers, and socially responsible global citizens to embrace the challenges of the ever-changing world.

Research @ PolyU

PolyU’s internationally recognised research has produced an abundance of innovations, from world-changing discoveries to business and industrial solutions and innovations for social good. The availability of state-of-the-art research centres and facilities have fostered ground-breaking multidisciplinary collaborations and research outcomes.

As a world-class research university, PolyU firmly believes that research is an integral part of academic life on campus. It informs teaching and advances the frontiers of knowledge and technology, thus contributing to enhancing the competitiveness of business and industry and to Hong Kong's move towards a knowledge-based economy.

World Rankings of PolyU

  • QS "Top 50 Under 50" list of world's top young universities (2016/17): 7th in the world, 3rd in Hong Kong
  • QS Asian University Rankings 2016/17: 6th in Asia, 5th in Hong Kong
  • QS World University Rankings 2018: 95th in the world, 5th in Hong Kong
  • Times Higher Education's World University Rankings 2017: 192nd in the world
  • Times Higher Education's 150 Under 50 World University Rankings 2016: 27th in the world
  • Times Higher Education's Asia University Rankings 2017: 17th in Asia, 5th in Hong Kong

Campus

The University campus is strategically located in Hung Hom, Kowloon, on a 9.46-hectare site adjacent to the Cross Harbour Tunnel. In addition to classrooms, laboratories and other academic facilities, the campus offers sport, recreational facilities and other facilities including a multi-purpose auditorium, Industrial Centre and language learning centres. A full range of campus services including restaurants, bookstore and banks are also provided. Student hostels are located in the vicinity of the campus.

In support of the University's core mission in learning, teaching and research and in order to provide a functional, sustainable and community-linked campus for staff and students, a number of projects have been completed in recent years while some more are underway.

  • Footbridge (scheduled for completion in 2019) linking the main campus and Block Z - It will form part of the cycle route in the long term campus master plan.
  • Library Extension and Revitalization Project (scheduled for completion in 2019/20) - It will provide additional space for the Library and improve some of the existing facilities.
  • Potential Campus Expansion at Ho Man Tin - It will accommodate more than 1,200 hostel places and provide over 10,000 m2 net floor area of academic and teaching space.

The Hong Kong Community College's campuses in Hung Hom Bay and West Kowloon also provide comprehensive teaching and amenity facilities and infrastructure, including lecture theatres, classrooms, a library, a computer centre, multi-purpose rooms and halls, sky gardens, a cafeteria and communal areas, for sub-degree students.

About Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. It is a place with multiple personalities as a result of being both Cantonese Chinese and having been under British colonization. Today, the former British colony is a major tourism destination for China’s increasingly affluent mainland population. It is an important hub in East Asia with global connections to many of the world’s cities. It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from places as diverse as Vietnam and Vancouver and proudly proclaims itself to be Asia’s World City.

Student Life @ PolyU

1) Campus Catering

There are a total of fourteen catering outlets within the campus which include Student Canteens, Staff Canteen, Student/Staff Restaurants, Theatre Lounge, cafés and kiosks providing about 2,700 seats and offering an extensive range of Asian and Western cuisines to suit the different needs of the University community. In Student Halls of Residence, students can dine at the Hall Canteens which have about 600 seats and serve local, Chinese and Western food. Currently, eleven different caterers are contracted to operate the respective outlets. The canteens, cafés and kiosks cater to the basic needs of students and staff for fast, low-priced and yet nutritious meals. The restaurants and Theatre Lounge cater to the social needs of students and staff with a better dining environment, higher grade food and full table services. A relatively higher price is charged.

2) Communal Facilities

PolyU offers an environment to meet the social and physical needs of their students. They encourage students to keep a healthy and balanced lifestyle and so they offer an abundance of facilities/amenities for such purposes.

The Amenities Centre is located on the P/F, 4/F and 5/F of the Communal Building for use by all students, and the Centre is comprised of music appreciation and practise rooms, multi-purpose rooms, common rooms, and exhibition venues for the promotion of cultural and social activities among students.

More activity rooms are available on 1/F and 4/F at Block Z. A study room is also available at Z302 at Block Z.

3) Cultural Theatres

a) Jockey Club Auditorium

Combining classical theatre interior design and modern external facade, Jockey Club Auditorium (JCA) has come into operation in 2000. Reminiscent of the grandeur of ancient classical theatre, the Auditorium is elegantly set with balcony and main floor seating accommodating up to 1,084 persons. The Auditorium has been well-equipped with carefully planned technical and architectural details, ranging from modern stage and audiovisual facilities to spacious legroom. The Jockey Club Auditorium provides not just a conducive environment for the development of culture on campus and in enriching campus life, but also a unique venue for events and corporate alike.

b) Chiang Chen Studio Theatre

The Chiang Chen Studio Theatre (CCST), with a capacity of 244seats, is a cosy venue for holding various cultural activities and performances such as drama, recitals, dances, variety shows, film shows as well as conferences, lectures, seminars and ceremonies. Located within the campus of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the Studio Theatre is adjacent to the Hong Kong Cross Harbour Tunnel and MTR Hung Hom Station, with Tsimshatsui commercial area in its vicinity and is easily accessible by various means of public transport.

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Programs

  • Bachelor’s in Aviation Engineering
    140,000 RMB / Year
    Start Date: Sep 2022
  • Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering
    140,000 RMB / Year
    Start Date: Sep 2022
  • Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering
    140,000 RMB / Year
    Start Date: Sep 2022
  • Bachelor’s in Electronic and Information Engineering
    140,000 RMB / Year
    Start Date: Sep 2022
  • Bachelor’s in Internet and Multimedia Technologies
    140,000 RMB / Year
    Start Date: Sep 2022
  • 🏠 Accommodation

    If accommodation on campus is important to you we advise you to arrive a few days before so you can try to register. You can also to choose accommodation off campus, we have an article about that here.

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    📬 Admissions Process

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    Please choose the programs here , "You are advised to select 2-3 programs to increase your chances of getting accepted.

    Required documents:

    • Passport
    • Graduation certificate
    • Passport size photo

    Preparing documents:

    You can start your application now and send the application documents during your application. Some documents you can send later if you don’t have them right away. Some more info about preparing application documents is here

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    Application process:

    Applying Online is simple in just a few steps. More information is available here.

    The first steps are to choose the programs, pay the application fee and upload the application documents.

    Once submitted to China Admissions, we will review your application within 2-3 days and proceed to the university or ask you for further clarification

    After it has been processed to the university you will receive your unique application ID from each university.

    The university may contact you directly for further questions.

    We will then follow up each week with the university for updates. As soon as there is any update we will let you know. If you have made other plans, decide to withdraw / change address at any time please let us know.

    After you have been accepted you will receive your admissions letter electronically and asked to pay the non-refundable deposit to the university.

    Once you have paid the deposit the university will issue you the admissions letter and visa form to your home country.

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