List of Low Tuition Universities in Hong Kong and China

Hong Kong is reckoned as  one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. If you are interested in studying in Hong Kong as an international student, you can be confident of finding a well paying employment with a world class employer after graduation. In this article, we have compiled a list of  low tuition universities in Hong kong as well as the admission requirements, tuition and accommodation cost.

 How to apply

  • Check with  your prospective institutions for available courses and choose which ones is best for you.
  • Send an email or reach out via phone call to these  institutions and ask whatever questions that are bothering you. You will be provided more information about admission requirements, program-specific criteria, and application deadlines if these are not available online.

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    Tuition plus Cost of living

As an international student, the tuition fee of studying in Hong Kong would vary according to your level of study and your choice of programme.

Of course, other than tuition fee, you need to allow for other expenses during your study, for example, course materials, examination fee, and graduation fee, etc. Normal ranges of study-related expenses are as follows –

 

Item Amount (HK) per year                    US$(per year)
Tuition Fee (for Internationall students) HK$90,000 – HK$265,000 US$11,500 – US$34,000
Accommodation

– Hostel

– Rental for flat (with one bedroom)

HK$15,000 – HK$45,000

HK$96,000 – HK$180,000

US$1,900 – US$5,800

US$12,600 – US$23,000

Living expenses Approx. HK$50,000 Approx. US$6,400
Miscellaneous Approx. HK$15,000 Approx. US$1,900

 

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China:

China officially known as the people’s republic of China, is an East Asian country with a population of about 1.37billion. Its capital is its capital and has Shanghai as its financial center. The official language in Mandarin. However, China has 56 ethnic groups with various languages.

Cost of living

Due to the low cost of labour and materials, China is one of the most affordable places to live in. However, living in major cities such as Beijing and Shanghai will be more expensive than smaller cities and the countryside. The cost of living should be about $650 per month in Beijing or Shanghai.

Application Dates

Most university applications are open from April/May and close by end of July. Admissions are release by August and students are expected to be in School by early September.

 

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