You should have completed either an Associate Degree or a Higher Diploma programme in a related discipline or with equivalent qualifications. You should also demonstrate an appropriate standard of English. Please refer to the individual programme pages for information in detail.

Yes, the awards are conferred by the overseas universities. They will have equal status to those awarded to resident graduates by the universities.

All CUSCS top-up undergraduate programmes are exempted courses under the Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. Majority of the programmes are also locally accredited by HKCAAVQ at QF Level 5 (equivalent to the standing of local bachelor’s degrees). It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualifications to which the courses may lead.

Yes, course exemption is applicable and varies from programme to programme. It depends on your previous studies and subject to the consideration and discretion of the University concerned.

(I) You may submit your application form to one of our enrolment centres either by post or in person with the following:

  1.  A non-refundable application fee of HK$200 by crossed cheque or bank draft made payable to “The Chinese University of Hong Kong”;
  2. A copy of Hong Kong identity card or relevant identification document;
  3. A copy of certificates and transcripts of all relevant academic qualifications, e.g. AD, HD, HKAL, HKCEE, HKDSE, etc;
  4. Proof of recent English Language proficiency, e.g. IELTS, if any;
  5. For Bachelor of Creative Arts (Digital Media) Programme, the portfolio CD/DVD should include video, interactive media, motion graphics and animation.

(II) You may apply online.

Note: All of the above documents will need to be verified against the original copies. The verification process can be done at our enrolment centres or during interview, if any. Tuition fees paid are not refundable, except in cases of unsuccessful application and programme cancellation.

You may be required to attend an admission interview, subject to the review of individual applications. You will be informed accordingly should an interview is required.

Normally, you will be notified of the admission result about three weeks from our receipt of your application.

Yes, students applying for the programmes of Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management, Bachelor of Business – major in Marketing, Bachelor of Business – major in Management, Bachelor of Business – major in Event Management, and Bachelor of Creative Arts (Digital Media) can apply for Government means-tested grant and low interest loan under the Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP) or Non-means-tested Loan Scheme for Post-secondary Students (NLSPS) if they comply with the Scheme’s requirements.

For students applying for the Bachelor programme of Human Nutrition, they can apply for the Government’s Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (ENLS).

Please refer to the website of the Student Finance Office (SFO) at www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/sfo for details.

Scholarships are also available for students. Please refer to the individual programme pages for details.

All lectures are taught by the academic staff of Griffith University, Flinders University or La Trobe University respectively, and supplemented with tutorials conducted by local tutors, if any.

All lectures and tutorials are conducted in English. All student assessments, both written and oral, are in English.

The application fee is HK$200.

Griffith University Tuition fees for 2018-19 intake
Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management HK$10,650 per course
Bachelor of Business – major in Event Management HK$10,650 per course
Bachelor of Business – major in Marketing HK$10,650 per course
Bachelor of Business – major in Management HK$10,650 per course
Flinders University
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Digital Media) AU$15,200 for whole program
La Trobe University
Bachelor of Human Nutrition HK$113,000 for the whole programme

Tuition fees paid are not refundable, except cases of unsuccessful application and programme cancellation.