Accommodation for Non-local Students

On-campus Accommodation

The Student Residence provides on-campus accommodation for almost 3,700 students. Most of the residence halls cluster at Cornwall Street, forming a complex of student dormitories about 10 minutes away from the main campus on foot. In addition to the Student Residence at Cornwall Street, Jockey Club House on the main campus also provides accommodation for students.

Due to limited availability, accommodation at Student Residence is not guaranteed. For allocation criteria, please refer to the website of the Student Residence Office (SRO).

Application for Student Residence should be made to the SRO by the application deadlines specified below. Late applications will not be considered unless a vacancy is available.

1. Application Period1 & Methods (Academic Year 2021-22)

On-campus housing is available for degree-seeking students. Priority will be given to students in their junior years of study. If you are an Exchange or Visiting Student, please see our off-campus housing page at https://www.cityu.edu.hk/sro/oca/.

The section below summarises the application period1 and methods respectively for:

  • New Undergraduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Research Postgraduate Students

Remarks:

  1. These dates are subject to change and are for reference only. Please refer to Student Residence Office for the latest updates.

New Undergraduate Students

Housing Term: 23 Aug 2021 - 23 May 20221
Application Deadline:
  • 31 May 20211
    (For international undergraduate students and mainland students via direct application route)
  • To be announced1
    (For undergraduate students from mainland China via NUEE)
Application Method: Apply via this page

Current Undergraduate Students

Housing Term:
  • 23 Aug 2021 - 24 Dec 20211 (Sem A 2021/22)
  • 3 Jan 2022 - 23 May 20221 (Sem B 2021/22)
Application Deadline: Between March and April every year
Application Method:
  • Current students will receive an email notification from the SRO.
  • Applications can be processed via the AIMS.

Research Postgraduate Students

Housing Term: 26 Aug 2021 - 16 Aug 20221
Application Deadline: 15 May 20211
Application Method: Students should make their application online:
  • via AIMS (Current Student)
  • via Admission Application System (New Student)

Remarks:

  1. These dates are subject to change and are for reference only. Please refer to Student Residence Office for the latest updates.


2. Residence Fees for 2021-22

  • Remarks: Hall lodging fee is subject to annual review and revision.
Undergraduates:
  • Double Room: HK$16,300 per year, per person
  • Single Room: HK$32,600 per year, per person
Postgraduates:

2.1 Payment Schedule

An all-in-one payment notice breaking down residence rental and other university fees will be sent to students. Please settle your residence fee by the due date to avoid penalties.


3. Enquiry on Application for Student Residence

Tel:(852) 3442 1111
Fax:(852) 2794 7716
Email: srouga@cityu.edu.hk (undergraduate & other students)
  sropga@cityu.edu.hk (postgraduate students)
  sro@cityu.edu.hk (general enquiry)
  sro.offcampus@cityu.edu.hk (off-campus accommodation)
Website: www.cityu.edu.hk/sro


4. Facilities at the Student Residence

CityU Student Residence comprises 11 blocks of residence halls at the Cornwall Street complex and a Jockey Club House in the Academic Exchange Building on the main campus.

Off-campus Accommodation

Living a vibrant life in a cosmopolitan city like Hong Kong can be an eye-opening experience! As the local housing market is always booming, students who plan to live off-campus should search for accommodation as early as possible.

Please visit the Off-campus Accommodation page or contact the Student Residence Office (SRO) for assistance in seeking off-campus accommodation.

Tel:(852) 3442 1111
Fax:(852) 2794 7716
Email: sro.offcampus@cityu.edu.hk
Website: https://www.cityu.edu.hk/sro/oca/

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