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* These programmes are accredited by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications to reach HKQF level 5, which is equivalent to the standing of bachelor's degrees offered by local universities in Hong Kong. The degree qualification is formally recognised by the Government for employment purposes within the Civil Service. QF5-Locally accredited by HKCAAVQ at QF Level 5. Full-time students are eligible to apply for Government grant, loans and scholarships.


These are exempted programmes under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance in Hong Kong. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualifications to which these programmes may lead.

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Services and support

 

We are a student-centred university with available staff with a personal approach. From the day you become a UOW student, you will receive the academic and personal support you need to succeed.

 

LIBRARY

Full access to the UOW online library and learning resources including over 300,000 eBooks, 63,000 eJournals, scholarly articles and multidisciplinary and specialist databases for each University of Wollongong degree.

 

The Telford Library is located in the Telford Campus and supports the learning, study and research needs of all degree students and staff. The library is fitted with personal computers and is connected to the campus wireless LAN.

 

SPORTS FACILITIES

Sports constitute an integral part of student life. The Telford Recreation Club in Kowloon Bay is a short distance from the Telford Campus and houses facilities for physical fitness training, an indoor heated swimming pool, dance studio, tennis courts, badminton courts and fitness centre. Physical education courses and team sports, taught by qualified coaches, are organised throughout the year to help students develop both physically and socially.

 

TELFORD CAMPUS

The Telford Campus is located in Kowloon Bay and has a total area of around 80,000 sq ft, spread over 6 levels. The campus includes 6 lecture theatres, 24 classrooms, 6 computer laboratories, 3 quiet study rooms, 2 roof gardens, a courtyard and a library. It is conveniently situated next to the Kowloon Bay MTR station and is surrounded by the Telford Plaza shopping malls and restaurants.

 

ONLINE LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

Learning Development offers a range of free resources, classes and consultations to all enrolled students seeking to improve their academic performance. Visit uow.info/learningdevelopment.

 

ONLINE CAREER RESOURCES

The Careers Central website provides access to quality career information and resources.

 

You can explore an extensive range of interactive tools, videos, eLearning and written resources via our online platform, CareerHub Plus. It covers everything from improving your resume, to utilising social media effectively.

 

CareerSmart

Understand your career options and how to improve your employability by learning what skills you have now, what employers want and how to fill in the gaps with your UOW studies. CareerSmart will help you create an action plan for your future to stay motivated and navigate your way through your degree with a clear focus.

 

StartSmart

Essential information skills to introduce you to the UOW academic environment and help you understand your student responsibilities. StartSmart will show you how to find and evaluate relevant information to use in assessment tasks, and develop strong academic integrity practices. StartSmart is compulsory for all new UOW students.

 

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Study in Australia

 

Entry into a UOW top-up degree provides you with the opportunity to gain a global perspective and study in Australia through a variety of pathways.

 

Studying at UOW is bigger than a degree. As a UOW student, you become part of one of the world’s most respected young universities. This means connecting with people, ideas and knowledge from across the globe. Our researchers, students and alumni can be found in more than 170 countries.

 

As a university, it is our job to help address complex, real-world problems. This is achieved through our people, our technology and our excellence in research. Most importantly, it’s achieved with you – our students.

 

Studying at UOW means learning from some of the brightest minds on the planet, who will become your mentors and inspire you to make an impact of your own. All of this is why a UOW degree is one that’s recognised and respected by global employers and why our graduates are rated among the top one per cent in the world.

 

As a UOWCHK/CCCU student you have the opportunity to study at UOW through a variety of pathways. You can participate in a two-week Study Tour or transfer to complete your undergraduate qualification in Australia. Graduating with a UOW top-up degree also provides you with the opportunity to continue your studies and apply for a Postgraduate degree at UOW.

 

STUDY TOURS

Students may have the opportunity to participate in a two-week Study Tour to UOW. This is a great way to immerse yourself in a new culture, improve your English language proficiency and gain a global perspective on your studies.

 

The program will include academic and cultural activities, language classes and visits to a variety of tourist destinations and places of interest. You will also have the opportunity to stay with an Australian family through our Homestay Accommodation option, who will help you learn about the Australian way of life.

 

TRANSFER TO AUSTRALIA

Students may have the option of transfer to Australia to complete their undergraduate qualification.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

There are a range of scholarships for international students to study in Australia that are offered by UOW, the Australian Government and a number of international organisations. For more information visit: uow.edu.au/future/international/scholarships.

 

POSTGRADUATE STUDY

UOWCHK/CCCU graduates have the opportunity to apply for postgraduate studies in Australia. An Honours or Masters degree at UOW are postgraduate study options that are taken after completion of an undergraduate degree (such as a Bachelor degree). In addition to the Wollongong campus, UOW offers a number of postgraduate courses at our metro campuses.

 

Wollongong Campus

UOW’s Wollongong campus combines modern teaching and study spaces in a beautifully Australian landscaped garden setting. With facilities dedicated to academic and wellbeing support, as well as health services, student accommodation, a sports precinct and events embracing culture and entertainment, you’ll have everything you need to focus on your education.

 

South Western Sydney Campus

UOW’s metropolitan campus in South Western Sydney (Liverpool) provides world-class education to one of Australia’s fastest growing urban areas. Our degrees are tailored to the region’s growing and changing workforce.

 

Sydney CBD Campus

The Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong, CBD campus is located in the heart of Sydney’s central business district, overlooking Sydney Harbour. With state-of-the-art facilities in a unique learning environment, the Sydney campus provides full administrative support and online links to the main campus.

 

To view courses offered visit uow.edu.au/future/international or for more information contact transnational-education@uow.edu.au.

 

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Fees and Financial Assistance

 

FEES

Students have to pay the fees listed below upon application and admission:

 

PROGRAMME

APPLICATION FEE

TUITION FEE (WHOLE PROGRAMME)

ADMINISTRATION FEE

Bachelor of Business

Waived before 30 June 2019,
HK$150 after 1 July 2019

HK$96,000, payable in 3 installments *

HK$1,000

Bachelor of Computer Science

Waived before 30 June 2019,
HK$150 after 1 July 2019

HK$96,000, payable in 3 installments *

HK$1,000

Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies

Waived before 30 June 2019,
HK$150 after 1 July 2019

HK$96,000, payable in 3 installments *

HK$1,000

Bachelor of Psychological Science

Waived before 30 June 2019,
HK$150 after 1 July 2019

HK$96,000, payable in 3 installments *

HK$1,000

 

*Please note the tuition fee listed above is subject to review.

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications accredits the Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies and Bachelor of Psychological Science to reach HKQF level 5, which is equivalent to the standing of bachelor’s degrees offered by local universities in Hong Kong.

 

Students enrolled in these programs are eligible to apply for Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-Secondary Students (FASP) and Non-means Tested Loan Scheme for Post-Secondary Students (NLSPS). For enquiries for FASP, please call 2152 9000 or visit the website: http://www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/sfo/eng/schemes/fasp.htm.

 

For enquiries for NLSPS, please call 2150 6222 or visit the website: http://www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/sfo/eng/schemes/nls3.htm.

 

UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG SCHOLARSHIPS

For the 2019/2020 academic year, the University of Wollongong is offering quarter-scholarships to be awarded to the highest achieving students (based on Associate degree GPA) entering into top-up degree programs in September 2019. Students need to have achieved a minimum GPA of 3 or above to be eligible for the scholarship.

 

There will be four scholarships on offer for each top-up degree in 2019.

 

Each scholarship is equivalent to a 25% discount on tuition fees for the top-up degree, valued at approximately HK$21,150.

 

To be eligible students must have applied and been accepted to the UOW top-up program prior to the orientation and enrolment day in August 2019.

 

Successful scholarship recipients will be advised prior to the due date of the first instalment of tuition fees.

 

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Refund Policy

 

1. ACCEPTANCE FEE

  1. To accept an offer of admission, the applicant is required to pay an Acceptance Fee for the program by the deadline stated in the offer package.
  2. The Acceptance Fee of HK$5,000 is not refundable or transferable, except under the following circumstances:
    • When the applicant obtains a UGC-funded place for a degree program from a local university; or
    • When the applicant subsequently accepts another admission offer of another top-up degree program at the College in the same term/semester and has paid the relevant Acceptance Fee; or
    • When the applicant fails to meet the condition(s) of admission resulting in a withdrawal of offer by UOW; or
    • When the program for which an offer is made is subsequently cancelled by UOW or the College.

2. TUITION FEE

  1. The non-refundable Acceptance Fee paid at the time of admission under section 1 will be credited towards the first installment of tuition fee upon enrolment.
  2. Students who do not plan to continue their studies at the College should submit a written notice of withdrawal to the College Office (Telford Annex, 2/F, Telford Plaza, 33 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay).
  3. Tuition Fee (including the Acceptance Fee credited towards the first installment) will not be refunded.
  4. Request for the refund of Tuition Fee may only be considered under the following circumstances (subject to appropriate proof):
    • If the written notice of withdrawal is received BEFORE commencement of the term/semester, the first installment of tuition fee paid less HK$5,000 acceptance fee will be refunded to the student
    • Death of a spouse, child, parent, or legal guardian of student
    • Death of the student
    • Verifiable incapacity, illness, or injury which prevents the student from returning to school for at least four weeks of the term/semester

3. ADMINISTRATION FEE

Students will be charged an administration fee upon enrolment in a program. The administration fee will be refunded to the student who subsequently withdraws before graduation or whose studies are terminated by the College.

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How to apply

 

1. COMPLETE APPLICATION FORM

Please fill in the application form.

 

2. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION

You will need to attach the following documents to your application:

  • Certified copies of your certificates and transcripts
  • Copy of your HKID card
  • Original proof of application fee payment

 

3. PAY APPLICATION FEE

Prior to submitting your application you must pay the application fee (HK$150) by:

  • Direct deposit or ATM transfer at any branch of the Hang Seng Bank (Bank Code 024) (A/C number: 359-300001-004);
  • Octopus Card payment in UOWCHK/CCCU offices located in Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (Room 6104, 6/F), City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong; OR Telford Annex, 2/F, Telford Plaza, Kowloon Bay.

 

4. SUBMIT APPLICATION

 

By post

Completed application forms together with relevant documents and the original proof of application fee payment may be sent to UOWCHK/CCCU, Room 6104, 6/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon.

 

In person

You can submit your application to the following UOWCHK/CCCU offices:

 

  • Kowloon Tong Campus
    Room 6104, 6/F,
    Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building
    Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
    Kowloon
  • Telford Annex,
    2/F, Telford Plaza
    33 Wai Yip Street
    Kowloon Bay

5. RESULT OF APPLICATION

Successful applicants will receive an offer letter.

 

6. PAY ACCEPTANCE FEE

To accept your offer, you will be required to pay the Acceptance Fee on or before the date indicated in the offer letter.

 

Places will be allocated to other candidates if applicants fail to provide the required documents certifying that they have satisfied the conditions mentioned in the conditional offer.

 

The Institutions (UOW and UOWCHK/CCCU) reserve the right to cancel or suspend any program. Fees already paid for such programs will be refunded.