Entry requirements

You should have a bachelor’s degree with at least second-class honours or a grade B from a recognised university, or an equivalent professional qualification.

Please also see our GMAT/GRE and language proficiency requirements.

If you are applying to the full-time programme, please also provide a valid GMAT/GRE score report. Reports are valid for five years from the test date.

  • GMAT – Total score: 500
  • GRE – Verbal reasoning: 151; Quantitative reasoning: 153

Although GMAT or GRE scores are not required for part-time students, they are highly regarded.

Please note:

  • We start assessing your application when we receive the hard copies of your supporting documents.
  • Interviews may be arranged for shortlisted applicants.
  • Admissions are on a rolling basis. If your application is not selected in one round, we will reassess it in the next round until admissions close.
  • Your results will be posted on your online application account, so remember to check it regularly.

When to apply

Deadline:

Full-time programme

Round 1: 18 October 2018
Round 2: 20 December 2018
Round 3: 15 March 2019

Part-time programme

Round 1: 20 December 2018
Round 2: 1 February 2019
Round 3: 15 April 2019

 

Results are issued about a month after the end of each round.


Fees

The provisional tuition fees for the academic year 2019/2020 are:

  • Full-time programme: HK$210,000

    You can pay in instalments as follows:

    1. HK$70,000 (admission deposit) within 2 weeks of confirming your offer
    2. HK$70,000 at the beginning of the 2nd trimester
    3. HK$70,000 at the beginning of the 3rd trimester
  • Part-time programme: HK$150,000

    You can pay in instalments as follows:

    1. HK$30,000 (admission deposit) within 2 weeks of confirming your offer
    2. HK$30,000 at the beginning of the 2nd trimester
    3. HK$30,000 at the beginning of the 3rd trimester
    4. HK$30,000 at the beginning of the 1st trimester of the 2nd year
    5. HK$30,000 at the beginning of the 2nd trimester of the 2nd year

 


Financial Aid

Scholarships

Admission scholarships

We award up to half the tuition amount to students with outstanding entrance qualifications. All new students with GMAT/GRE score provided are automatically considered for this scholarship, so no separate application is necessary. However, it is best to apply early.

Merit-based scholarships

The outstanding students who perform exceptionally well in their first year are awarded a scholarship of up to HK$5,000.

Continuing Education Fund (CEF)

The Project Management and Supply Chain and Logistics Management courses are considered reimbursable for CEF purposes. If you are eligible, you may be reimbursed up to HK$10,000 (HK$20,000 with effective from 1 April 2019) once you successfully complete the course.

Loans for non-local students

Prodigy Finance offers postgraduate loans for students studying abroad. The loans can cover only tuition and are not available to citizens and permanent residents of Hong Kong.

For more information, please refer to the Prodigy Finance website.

Loans for local students

Local students may be eligible for a loan from the Extended Non-means tested Loan Scheme (ENLS), offered by Student Financial Office of the HKSAR Government. This programme is included in the “Register of Eligible Courses” under Category 1B. For more information, please see the ENLS website.


How to apply

For further details about entry requirements, visas and the online application process, please go to the apply page.

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