Fees and Charges


Tuition Fees

  Government Funded Programmes
  • Bachelor’s Degree:
    Local students*: $42,100 per annum (for 1997-25)
                              $44,500 per annum (for 2025-26)
                              $47,000 per annum (for 2026-27)
                              $49,500 per annum (for 2027-28)
    Non-local students: $100,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2011-2012)
                                  : $120,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2013-2018)
                                  : $140,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2019 to 2022)
                                  : $145,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2023)
                                  : $160,000 per annum# (for students admitted in 2024)

    For students pursuing a double major, any extra credits exceeding the maximum credit limit permitted will be charged on a self-financing basis.

    For students pursuing a double degree, any extra credits exceeding 144 completed in the four years duration and credits taken in the 5th year of study and beyond will be charged on a self-financing basis.

    Self-financed Rate

    Student type Intake Rate per credit
    Local students 2012 to 2016 $2,500
    2017 to 2018 $2,670
    2019 to 2020 $3,180
    2021 to 2022 $4,700
    2023 $4,900
    2024 $5,400
    Non-local students 2012 $3,350
    2013 to 2018 $4,030
    2019 to 2022 $4,700
    2023 $4,900
    2024 $5,400

  • Associate Degree:
    Local students: $31,575 per annum*
*The tuition fee is subject to annual review. If there are changes to the tuition fee set by the HKSAR Government, the tuition fee may be adjusted.
#The tuition fee is subject to annual review. Once the tuition fee level is approved, the tuition will apply until the end of the student's study in the programme/degree.
Non-Government Funded Programmes
Tuition fees are charged on a credit unit basis and vary for individual programmes. You can check your tuition fees in your Account Summary in AIMS (under "My Finance" of "Student Record" tab).


Hall Fees - UGC Halls


Other Fees and Charges

    Fee Type Amount
  1. Graduation Fee1
(payable upon enrolment)
  2. Continuation Fee2
(for students approved to take leave of absence)
$1,500 per semester. Nil for Summer.
  3. Reinstatement Charge3
(for reinstatement of student status after termination of studies due to non-payment of fees)
  4. Late Payment Charge4
(for students with overdue fees and charges in their student accounts)
2% on outstanding balance
  5. Application for Certified True Copies of Academic Documents
$40 per copy
  6. Application for Letter of Certification
$40 per copy
  7. Application for Testimonial
$40 per copy (on-line application)
$60 per copy (paper-form application)
  8. Application for Academic Transcripts
$40 per copy for each programme of study (on-line application)
$60 per copy for each programme of study (paper form application)
* If registered mail is required, an additional postal fee will be charged at the prevailing rate set by the Hongkong Post.
  9. Application for Credit Transfer/Course Exemption
$140 per application
  10. Replacement of Student ID Card
  11. Replacement of Award Certificate
  12. Application for Delivery of Award Certificate by Registered Mail
$50 (local address)
$100 (mainland address)
$120 (overseas address)
  13. Fees Certification5
  1. Students will be charged a Graduation Fee upon enrolment in a programme/degree. The Graduation Fee will be refunded to students who subsequently withdraw before graduation or whose studies are being terminated by the University.
  2. Students who need to apply for leave of absence should submit their application via AIMS by the end of Week 2 in a semester/term. If the application is successful, the student will be charged a Continuation Fee to maintain an active student status at the University. Students who are required by the University to suspend from studies also need to pay a Continuation Fee during the suspension period.
  3. After termination of studies by the University due to non-payment of fees, students may apply to the Academic Regulations and Records Office (ARRO) to reinstate their student status no later than the start of the examination period of the same semester/term. If the application is successful, the student will be required to pay a reinstatement charge in addition to the outstanding amount.
  4. Students who do not pay the fees and charges in full by the payment due date may have their studies terminated by the University. At the discretion of the University, these students may be given a new due date to settle the original amount plus a late payment charge of 2% on the outstanding balance.
  5. Enquires about payment record or other payment certification can be made to the Finance Office. Any issue relating to fees certification can be made by appointment to the Finance Office. Please note that e-receipt will be posted monthly in AIMS (under “My Finance” of “Student Record” tab) and is available for viewing for 24 months. Students are recommended to save/print the receipt for future use.