Information is exploratory. For accurate information, refer to the official website of the school.
The Education University of Hong Kong (HKIEd) — public non-profit institution. It is located in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. It is a young higher education institution, as it was opened in 1994. As a part of Asia Roundtable of Presidents of Universities of Education, Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA), Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), Hong Kong America Center, International Academic Forum (IAFOR), International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), International Consortium for Universities of Education in East Asia (ICUE), Joint Quality Review Committee, UNESCO Arts in Education Observatory for Research in Local Cultures and Creativity in Education, UNESCO Chair in Technical and Vocational Education and Training and Lifelong Learning, UNESCO-UNEVOC network, United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), HKIEd is actively building the academic environment in Hong Kong.
HKIEd conducts scientific activity in several areas. More information can be found on the official site.
The academic calendar at HKIEd is divided into two semesters, as in many other universities in Hong Kong. For convenience, tuition fees are calculated per year. Tuition fees at HKIEd for local citizens starts from 5,377 USD per year. For international students, the cost of study differs — from 15,325 USD. The educational institution helps with tuition fees through financial support programs. They are available to local and international students. On the official website of the university, you can find all the up-to-date information on tuition fees and available scholarships.
In addition to the cost of education, it is necessary to pay attention to additional costs: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals and personal expenses.
The suburban campus of HKIEd combines features of an urban and rural campus. It is located outside the big city, which allows you to focus on your studies. However, it is also not too far, opening up access to more types of recreation, both outdoors and in the city (theaters, museums, restaurants). The university has a library where students can do their homework, write scientific papers or just read interesting books. Not only locals study at HKIEd, but also students from other countries. The variety of cultures represented broadens the horizons of students and fills student life with all sorts of activities, the purpose of which is cultural exchange.
Hong Kong allows university graduates to stay in the country for one more year. Graduates can spend this time looking for a job in order to change their visa to a work one. You can find other options for immigration in our article.