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Admission for Mainland Applicants
Information shown below refers to 2016/17 admission; updates for 2017/18 will be available in May 2017.

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; and
  • passed the admission interview and written test arranged by HKCC.

How to Apply

Complete the “2016/17 Application for Admission to Full-time Associate Degree Programme (for Mainland Applicants)” and submit it with the following documents to PolyU Hong Kong Community College by post, fax, email or in person:

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

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

Application Deadline: 24 June 2016 (Friday)

Tuition Fee

The total tuition fee for two-year programme is HK$105,000, payable in four instalments.

Articulation Opportunities

From 2003 to 2015, over 18,500 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, including: 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. Graduates would be given advanced standing or granted transfer of credits or 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

TIAN Su
(Shandong Province)
Year 1 Student of Associate in Business

With high expectations of life in Hong Kong, I came to HKCC. In the beginning, because of the language and cultural differences between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, I was afraid that I could not adapt to the new study environment. However, after starting my first year at HKCC, I found that the study pattern of the Associate in Business programme suits me better. It gives me adequate time to know more about the features of each specialism under the Associate Degree Scheme in Business in Year One, so I can decide which specialism suits me best in Year Two. Besides, my lecturers and classmates helped me adapt to the learning environment. They also gave me more confidence and inspired my potential.


WU Zhoukun
(Guangdong Province)
Year 2 Student of Associate in Business

HKCC is a good place for me to unlock my potential. Its various elective subjects and flexible modes of instruction have enriched my knowledge and skills, and helped me set my goal for future development. In addition, I would like to express my gratitude to HKCC lecturers. At first, I found it difficult to adapt to the English teaching environment, but they gave me guidance and advice on issues related to learning, further studies and daily life. Now I am adapting well to the modes of learning in Hong Kong and making great progress in my studies. This two-year programme has not only helped me keep abreast of the latest business information but also broadened my horizons and prepared me well for further studies and career development.


LUO Mengxing
(Guangdong Province)
Graduated in 2015
Articulated into PolyU’s Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Accountancy

Pursuing higher education in Hong Kong has been my dream since Junior High School. As my performance in the mainland’s Joint Entrance Examination was unsatisfactory, I chose to study at HKCC as a springboard for pursuing my dreams of university in Hong Kong. The curriculum design at HKCC is similar to the one at university, which provides a variety of subjects for students to choose from. Many subjects are designed to develop students’ communication and presentation skills, which are conducive to their all-round development and future studies at university. I am very grateful to my teachers at HKCC who inspired me to find my academic and career interests. They were always willing to give me advice on studies, career planning or even personal issues. They are not only my teachers, but also my best friends. Thanks to their support and encouragement, I have entered The Hong Kong Polytechnic University to pursue my undergraduate studies. I will always keep their inspirational words in mind in the pursuit of my academic and career goals.