Mainland JEE Applicants
JEE Application is for students who have taken the Joint Entrance Examination for Universities in Mainland China (JEE/ Gaokao).
Citizens of Mainland China entering Hong Kong for the purpose of education with a student visa/ entry permit issued by the Director of Immigration should follow either one of the routes for admission as stated below:
1. Applicants who do not sit for the 2023 National Joint College Entrance Examination (JEE) or who want to apply on the strength of other qualifications (apart from JEE/ HKDSE) should apply through the Direct (Non-JUPAS) Admission Scheme;
2. Applicants sitting for the 2024 JEE should apply for admission via the University's Admission Scheme for Mainland Students. Relevant details can be found at the Mainland Admission Scheme website.
How to Apply
The University accepts online applications only and all applications should be submitted via the University's website. For the 2023 entry, the application period is from 6 Feb 2023 (Mon) to 13 Jun 2023 (Tue). For more details and application procedures, please click HERE.
Important dates for 2023 entry
6 Feb 2023 (Mon)
Mar – May 2023
Virtual admission talks
Early Jun 2023
Exam period of National Joint College Entrance Examination
13 Jun 2023 (Tue)
Late Jun 2023
Admission interview (if any)
Early Jul 2023
Interview results release
Early Sep 2023
Fees and Tuition
The tuition fee for full-time undergraduate degree programmes for the 2023-2024 academic year is HK$140,000 for international (non-local) students# per annum.
The cost of studying at the University as an international (non-local) student is approximately HK$190,000 to HK$194,200 per year for government-funded programmes, including tuition fees, hall residence and daily expenses. The details are as follows:
HKD (Estimated Amount)
Tuition Fee (per annum)*
Hall Residence Fee* (2 or 3-person bedroom)^
10,800 to 15,000 (for 9 months)
Personal Expenses (including meals, transportation, entertainment and miscellaneous)
39,200 (for 9 months)
Total Cost (per annum)
# International (non-local) students are defined as persons entering Hong Kong for the purpose of education with a student visa/ entry permit issued by the Director of Immigration of the Hong Kong Government.
* Subject to annual review and the University's approval.
^ The allocation of rooms in the Undergraduate Halls is subject to availability. Various Scholarship opportunities are available for outstanding local and international (non-local) students.
For information on Admission Scholarship, please visit the Office of Student Affairs website.
Please visit the Academic Registry website for latest application procedures and admissions information.