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Admission for Mainland Applicants

Attention to Mainland Applicants

The information below refers to that of 2017/18 admission only which has been closed now. 

For 2018/19 mainland admission, it will be launched from 1 March 2018.
More details will be announced in due course.

Minimum Entry Requirements

Applicants should have:

  • graduated from high school;
  • obtained satisfactory results in at least 3 subjects (including English Language) in National College Entrance Examination or other equivalent qualifications; and
  • passed the admission interview and written test arranged by HKCC.

How to Apply

Complete “2017/18 Application for Admission to HKCC Full-time Associate Degree Programme (for Mainland Applicants)” online and submit the following documents to PolyU Hong Kong Community College by post, fax or email:

1.    A copy of Mainland Identity Card

2.    A copy of Mainland Residence Registration Card

3.    A copy of Exit-entry Permit for Travelling to and from Hong Kong and Macau (EEP)

4.    A copy of high school transcript

5.    A copy of high school graduation certificate

6.    A copy of the results of National College Entrance Examination or other public examinations

An application fee of HK$150 will be charged for each application. It can be paid when the applicant attends the admission interview.

Application Deadline: 23 June 2017 (Friday)

Tuition Fee

The total tuition fee for the two-year programme is HK$108,600, payable in four instalments.

Articulation Opportunities

From 2003 to 2016, over 20,700 HKCC graduates have successfully articulated to bachelor’s degree studies; the articulation rate ranks among the highest in Hong Kong.

Graduates of Associate in Business or related disciplines may choose to articulate to PolyU School of Professional Education and Executive Development (SPEED)’s top-up honours degree programmes, such as Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Accountancy, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Travel Industry Management, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Marketing and Public Relations, etc.

Besides, over 30 articulation arrangements have been reached with universities in Hong Kong, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, etc. HKCC graduates with outstanding performance would be given advanced standing, such as granted transfer of credits and exemption of subjects in their study of bachelor’s degree programmes.

For details about articulation opportunities of HKCC graduates, please click here. Mainland applicants are reminded that all universities in Hong Kong have full discretion to admit students based on their own criteria and admission procedures, therefore HKCC does not guarantee admission to any undergraduate degree programmes offered by local universities.

Enquiries

Admissions Section (Mainland), PolyU Hong Kong Community College (PolyU Hung Hom Bay Campus)

Address : 8 Hung Lok Road, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hotline : (852) 3746 0123
Fax : (852) 2994 8721
Email : ccadmission@hkcc-polyu.edu.hk


Sharing by Students & Graduate

WU Qingrong
(Fujian Province)
Year 1 Student of Associate in Business


I am grateful to HKCC for an opportunity in paving the way for my ideal university. This programme offers a variety of discipline-specific subjects in the business field, which are closely linked with university disciplines. Also, the general education subjects enable students to improve communication skills, cultivate critical thinking and widen their knowledge. In the beginning, I was concerned whether I could adapt to the new learning environment. My appreciation goes to the lecturers, who were really helpful when students had difficulty in acquiring knowledge or planning for further studies. Thanks to their advice and inspiration, I have adapted to the learning environment and have a clear goal now.

TIAN Su 
(Shandong Province)
Year 2 Student of Associate in Business

Anticipating a brighter future, I came to Hong Kong. Owing to the difference between the educational system of Hong Kong and that of mainland, I found it hard to adapt to the environment in Hong Kong in the beginning. However, once accustomed to it, I attained a lot apart from textbook knowledge. All of the lecturers at HKCC are warm-hearted; they are willing to give me advice both on my study and life. Besides, I have met a lot of friends who always give me support when I am in trouble, and I have learned how to cooperate with others. In addition, I have taken part in various activities such as a study tour to Australia and got financial support from the HKSAR government. All these will become my precious memories and I will keep doing my best.

ZHENG Junming
(Guangdong Province)
2016 Graduate of Associate in Business
Articulated into Year 2 of PolyU’S Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in International Shipping and Transport Logistics
(4-year curriculum)

Attracted by Hong Kong's position as a cosmopolitan city and the reputation of HKCC’s associate degree programmes, I decided to study at HKCC after high school graduation. In HKCC, the professional training provided by lecturers and the mutual help among classmates improved my academic standard and communication skills rapidly. Two years later, I have successfully enrolled in PolyU’s BBA (Hons) in International Shipping and Transports Logistics and have been offered accommodation in PolyU Student Halls of Residence. This hard-won success is attributable to the help from HKCC’s lecturers. After entering the university, I realised that the professional courses and facilities provided by HKCC have facilitated my adaptation to the learning environment at PolyU. At this moment, I feel deeply grateful to HKCC’s lecturers and classmates. Without their support and encouragement, it would have been very difficult for me to achieve my goal of furthering studies in Hong Kong.