Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies
The Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies supports the development of postgraduate programmes and fosters an environment conducive to graduate students’ learning. The School provides services and financial assistance to postgraduate students, encourages a close relationship between research and graduate training and represents the foundation of postgraduate education at CityU in the wider academic and general community. Both the taught and research programmes are favourably received by students and have earned high acclaim from the community.
Postgraduate students on programmes funded by the Hong Kong government are eligible for residence in the halls managed by the University. Please refer to the Student Residence Office website. Students studying self-financed programmes will need to find off-campus accommodation. Useful information is listed on the Student Residence Office.
Health Care Service
The Young Chung-Yee Health Centre, located on 4/F of the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Complex, is a medical and dental clinic on campus that provides general medical consultations and dental care services to members of CityU. Fees vary depending on student type.
For off-campus healthcare services, there are 11 private hospitals and more than 40 public hospitals in Hong Kong, which makes it easy to find polyclinics in the community that provide primary care services, including dentistry. Healthcare services in Hong Kong are comprehensive, highly professional and people-centered.
All fees and charges incurred from public and private medical services shall be borne by the students at their own expense. You are thus strongly advised to purchase health and medical insurance that will meet your specific needs.
Student Development Services
Student development services provide campus-wide programmes that strengthen the University’s pursuit of whole-person education. Scholarships are awarded to students with outstanding performance in their academic pursuits and personal development. Experienced counsellors provide personal counselling to help with students’ adjustment to university life, interpersonal relationships, personal growth and emotional and mental health.
Run Run Shaw Library
The Library provides easy access to and delivery of information resources to all students. Located on Level 2 (Yellow and Red Zones) and Level 3 of Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, the Library occupies a central location which is easily accessible to users. The total number of seats available is around 2,685.
The Library's collection includes more than 1 million volumes of printed books and about 1.96 million electronic books. The collection also comprises around 215,000 volumes of bound periodicals and about 1,150 serials titles. The Library also maintains an expanding number of electronic databases, e-journals, and media resources.
CityU Postgraduate Student Association
The CityU Postgraduate Association (CUPA) is an important communication channel between postgraduate students and the University. It helps to promote a better academic environment and research culture in the University by encouraging communication and interaction among postgraduate students. The University maintains close contact with the CUPA and provides various kinds of support to facilitate the organisation of student activities and participation in student conferences.