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香港都會大學

The HKMU believes that successful learning depends on an effective learning environment. It strives to provide academic services and facilities that give students the support they need, and extracurricular opportunities that offer students the enrichment they deserve.

(A) Teaching & Campus Facilities

The Main Campus and Jockey Club Campus offer a hub of libraries, computer and science laboratories, testing and certification laboratories, cultural and creative arts studios and laboratories, a language laboratory, study facilities, student common rooms, activity rooms, recreational facilities, exhibition gallery, canteens and bank. In January 2021, the HKMU Jockey Club Institute of Healthcare (IOH) was officially opened. This new campus is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including physiotherapy laboratories, clinical nursing education centre, child development centre, sports and wellness centre, and academic concourse, etc. to train up individuals with the aim of supplying the much-needed manpower and helping to build a healthier Hong Kong.

(B) Library Resources

In addition to the campus libraries’ collection of books, audio visual materials, monographs and journals, the University's award-winning Electronic Library gives students round-the-clock access to an extensive collection of databases, and full-text e-journals and e-books. The libraries offer guides, orientation programmes and workshops throughout the year.

(C) Financial Assistance and Scholarships

HKMU provides financial assistance to cater student varied needs, including but not limited to the University bursaries and emergency grants. Local students are eligible to apply for the government’s support including the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors (SSSDP) and Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme for Self-financing Undergraduate Studies in Hong Kong (NMTSS). If they have financial difficulties, they can further apply for the Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP), Non-means Tested Loan Scheme for Post-secondary Students (NLSPS) and Continuing Education Fund (CEF).

Our scholarships aim to give recognitions to academic and non-academic achievers. Outstanding new students will be offered Entrance Scholarship of HK$40,000 in the first and subsequent years of study. We have provided HK$20 million scholarships to over 1,200 students in 2020/21, please visit the Students Affairs Office (SAO) website for more details (https://www.hkmu.edu.hk/sao).

(D) Career services and entrepreneurship

HKMU offers a suite of career activities and services to enhance students’ all-round employability and establish networking platforms for them to connect with recruiters. Well-structured career trainings such as career planning, CV writing, interviewing skills, personal brand building as well as appropriate business etiquette are provided to students, to equip them with essential skillset required by the market and better prepare them for the whole recruitment procedure. Internships provide great opportunities for students to articulate their classroom learning to the real working world, and hone their communication and interpersonal skills. Over the years, close cooperation with different organizations has led to tailor-made internships designed to maximize student experiential learning.  To promote offshore internships in order to develop students’ global perspectives, we provide sponsorships to those who have successfully landed an international internship. In addition to conventional internships, we also initiate short-term project-based work opportunities for students. These projects allow them to have an in-depth industrial investigation to the hosting organization and have a taste of the development of different industries. We advocate entrepreneurial education, the MetroChallenge with an aim to unleash students’ creativity and help translate their ideas into a business. Each successful team is awarded an implementation fund of HK$100,000 and receives cross-sectoral assistance from the university. Other than the foregoing, mentorship programme, sharing sessions and networking events are being organized to broaden students’ exposure.

(E) Student Activities

HKMU encourages student activities as an integral part of university life and an enjoyable means to enhance personal growth. To support the development of such activities, the University provides financial and other support to student-related activities through SAO. In addition to the HKMU Students’ Union, there are currently over 25 University recognized student societies. Students are encouraged to participate in a diverse range of activities, including sports, community service, academic seminars and cultural exchange programmes.

(F) Counselling Services and Personal Development

Academic staff provides assistance to students in choosing the programmes and courses that are right for them. The Student Counselling Service is also available to assist students with any difficulties in their studies or with personal issues. SAO actively helps students in their whole person development through leadership training, self-management, interpersonal management, community caring and cultural exchange.

(G) Support for Students with Disabilities or Special Educational Needs

The University is committed to supporting students with disabilities or special educational needs to ensure they receive equal opportunities in both academic and non-academic pursuits. SAO coordinates with relevant academic and administrative units to provide appropriate support and services to accommodate the special needs of students as far as possible.