Search Result: 98
The results of the 2023 HKDSE Examination will be released on July 19. Graduates of this cohort will embark on another stage of life. Secretary for Education, together with Mr YUNG Wing-ki, Samuel, Chairman of the HKEAA, will encourage all S6 students preparing for 2023 HKDSE Examination results release through short videos. In addition, the Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau has produced a series of the short videos titled “DSE Motivational Videos – Exam Results Release”, in which the interviewees shared their experiences and continued to instill positive energy in students. >>Click here to watch the videos<< (The videos are broadcast in Cantonese only)
Jointly organised by the EDB and Applied Learning (ApL) course providers, the online exhibition is held during 17.5.2023 to 31.5.2024. Students can visit the Virtual Exhibition to browse the information provided by all 10 ApL course providers on 60 ApL courses, including course briefs, videos and students' sharing, to gain a better understanding of ApL as a valued senior secondary elective subject.
The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer implemented the "IT Innovation Lab in Secondary Schools" Programme in the school year 2020/21, followed by the "Knowing More About IT" Programme in the school year 2021/22. The two programmes provide funding for publicly-funded secondary and primary schools to organise IT-related extra-curricular activities, with a view to fostering young students’ interest in I&T and spirit of scientific exploration at different learning stages and from an early age, enabling them to build a solid foundation for I&T knowledge. Sharing of the Participating Schools Appeal to Schools for Application Details and Application For more information, please refer to the programme website (https://www.it-lab.gov.hk/en/index.php). Should you have any queries, please contact the One-stop Support Centre.
The Trainee Programme under the Urban Forestry Support Fund encourages employers to engage and train arboriculture and tree management graduates to become quality arborists and tree climbers to support tree management and maintenance work in Hong Kong.The “Urban Forestry Support Fund - Trainee Programme” follows the “first-hire-then-train” principle, and will provide a training allowance of about 30 per cent of agreed monthly remuneration levels to the trainees through their employers, as well as a bonus of $30,000 and $20,000 upon their acquisition of recognised arborist or tree climber professional qualifications respectively. The training periods for arborist and tree climber trainees are three years and 18 months respectively.Eligible employers are invited to participate in the Trainee Programme to take in arborist and tree climber trainees at agreed or higher remuneration levels (including the training allowances provided under the programme). They are also required to provide structured training that meets stipulated requirements. About the Programme Monthly training allowanceArborist Trainees $4,500* Tree Climber Trainees $5,000*Starting monthly pay point (including monthly training allowance) Arborist Trainees $14,500* Tree Climber Trainees $15,000*Bonus (upon completion of training and acquisition of recognised professional qualification) Arborist Trainees $30,000 Tree Climber Trainees $20,000Training periodArborist Trainees 3 yearsTree Climber Trainees 18 months*The amounts are subject to adjustment by the Construction Industry Council upon completion of each year of training with consideration of factors including inflation.Eligibility (Employers - Applicants)- Arboriculture, tree management and landscape companies with active tree inspection and/or tree work related contract(s) for the Government or the private sector of duration not less than one year or organisations managing a substantial amount of tree assset; and- Have the following employees in the company: (For engaging Arborist Trainees) At least 1 arborist who meets the requirement for the training tutor of Arborist Trainee (For engaging Tree Climber Trainees) At least 1 tree climber who meets the requirement for the training tutor of Tree Climber Trainee Eligibility (Trainees - Employees)- Hong Kong residents- Graduates of local arboriculture, tree management and tree work programmes at: (For engaging Arborist Trainees) Level 3 to Level 5 of the Qualifications Framework (For engaging Tree Climber Trainees) Level 3 to Level 4 of the Qualifications Framework- Have not possessed any recognised professional qualifications Eligibility (Training Tutors - to be provided by employers)Training Tutors of Arborist Trainees- HKQF Level 4 or above in arboriculture related academic qualification; and- Professional qualification in arboriculture; and- Completed and passed tree risk assessment and management training course organised or recognised by the Tree Management Office; and - Received relevant occupational safey and health training relating to tree work operation; and - At least 7 years of work experience in tree care and familiar with tree risk assessment and managementTraining Tutors of Tree Climber Trainees- Received relevant occupational safey and health training relating to tree work operation; and- Completed training in tree work operations (including tree climbing (rope access), use of chainsaw and aerial rescue); and- At least 3 years of work experience in tree care and tree climbingThe programme accepts applications throughout the year. The relevant application form and training framework document can be downloaded from the website of the Construction Industry Council. Here below is the sharing of students, employers and training tutors from the Urban Forestry Support Fund - Trainee Programme. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)
The 2023 HKDSE written examinations will start on 21 April. To cheer up all Secondary 6 students in Hong Kong, the Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau produced the short videos titled “DSE Motivational Videos – Preparing for Exam”. Through sharing by guests from different sectors, students are encouraged to face challenges with a positive attitude, thereby creating a positive and caring atmosphere in society. (The videos are broadcast in Cantonese only, please refer to the Chinese version)
The opening hours of the Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL) students' study rooms (SSR) will be extended during the examination period from March 1 to May 31. March 15 to May 20 (admission card is required)Morning session: 8am to 12.30pmAfternoon session: 12.45pm to 5.15pmEvening session: 5.30pm to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays)/ 5.30pm to 9.30pm (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays) March 8 to May 31 (seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis for each session and no admission card is required)Opening Hours: 8am to 10pm (Mondays to Fridays)/ 8am to 9.30pm (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays) People who intend to use the SSR service during this examination period can apply for admission cards by post from today. Applicants should be registered borrowers of the HKPL, and he/she can only submit one application and opt for one of the listing sessions. Priority will be given to candidates sitting for major public exams and professional exams. Application forms and details of the regulations are available at the "Library Notices" section on the HKPL's website. The deadline for application is February 6, with the postmark date on the envelope taken as the application date. The result will be posted on the notice board of the respective public libraries from February 20 to 27. Application forms and details of the regulations will be available at the public libraries provided with SSR upon their reopening. Applicants can submit the completed application forms in person to the reopened library where the selected SSR is located on or before the application deadline. The arrangement will apply to the SSR service at Shek Tong Tsui, Chai Wan, Quarry Bay, Aberdeen, Pok Fu Lam, Lockhart Road, Kowloon, To Kwa Wan, Ngau Tau Kok, Shui Wo Street, Lam Tin, Po On Road, Lai Chi Kok, Ngau Chi Wan, San Po Kong, Yau Ma Tei, Fa Yuen Street, Sha Tin, Ma On Shan, Yuen Chau Kok, Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun, North Kwai Chung, South Kwai Chung, Tsing Yi, Yuen Long, Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai, Fanling, Sheung Shui, Tai Po, Sai Kung, Tiu Keng Leng, Tseung Kwan O, Cheung Chau and Tung Chung Public Libraries.The HKPL may change and alter the opening hours or admission arrangement of SSR in response to public health concerns or other special circumstances when necessary. Please note the latest announcements of the HKPL. For enquiries, please contact individual libraries or call Customer Hotline at 2921 0208 for the SSR service.
Information days for post-secondary education in Hong Kong, covering admission information, introduction to various programmes and their requirements, will be held from October 2023 onwards. Details can be found in the following table: Date Institute Highlights Location 7 October The City University of Hong Kong Admissions Talks and Consultations, Exhibitions, Guided Tours, Alumni and Student Sharing Sessions Campus 7 October The Hong Kong Baptist University Admission Talks, Guided Tours Campus / Virtual 14 October The Education University of Hong Kong Admission Talks, Guided Tours, Student Sharing Sessions Campus / Virtual 14 October The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Admissions Talks and Consultations, Exhibitions, Guided Tours, Student Sharing Sessions Campus / Virtual 21 October The Chinese University of Hong Kong Admissions Talks, Guided Tours Campus 21 October The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Admissions Talks, Consultation and Sharing Sessions Campus 28 October The University of Hong Kong Admissions Talks, Guided Tours Campus 3-4 November Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi) Admissions Talks, Industrial Sharing, Programme Booths Campus 4 November Lingnan University Admissions Talks, Consultation Session, Guided Tours Campus 10-11 & 17-18 November Vocational Training Council Admissions Talks, Guided Tours, Workshops Campus / Virtual 11 November The Hong Kong Metropolitan University Admissions Talks, Guided Tours, Student performances, Campus 11 November Tung Wah College Admissions Talks, Student Sharing Sessions Campus 17-18 November Caritas Institute of Higher Education & Caritas Bianchi College of Careers Admissions Talks, Workshops, Guided Tours, Life-Planning Education Events Campus 18 November Hong Kong Hang Seng University Admissions Consultation, Programme Seminars and Workshops, Guided Tours Campus 18 November Hong Kong Shue Yan University Admissions Consultation Campus 18 November Hong Kong Chu Hai College Admissions Talks, Guided Tours, Early Bird Admissions Interview Campus 18 November UOW College Hong Kong Thematic Talks, Guided Tours, Games Campus Pre-registration may be required for certain events. Please refer to the latest official announcement from respective institutions.
Looking forward to university life is always both exciting and nerve-racking. The five tips below might help to get you well prepared. 1. Check emails regularly General information including daily class arrangements and application procedures from various departments of the university is often disseminated by emails. Checking emails on a regular basis can prevent missing important notices. 2. Take the initiative for yourself There are no constraints in your university life. The professors and lecturers would not monitor your study progress nor arrange everything for you. Whether it is choosing a major, arranging a schedule, looking for an internship, or choosing your job, you should make your own decisions. You are advised to do some research in advance on your desired subject or career. Besides, you can search for information about your favourite subject or career talk and take the sharing of relevant people (such as graduates or senior personnel in the industry) as a reference so that you can get to know your study and career direction better. 3. Make good use of your spare time to rest, exercise and enrich yourself Studying is not an easy task. Apart from working hard, you should also take enough time to rest and do simple physical exercises, such as jogging and rope jumping. Through exercises, you can relax and your body will release endorphins. Also, lectures usually don’t take up a whole day. If you have time after class, you can make good use of your spare time to add value to yourself, develop your interests, and even find a part-time job to make your life more fruitful and broaden your horizons. 4. Learn to deal with interpersonal relationships University is the warm-up before society. Interpersonal relationships at this stage will be more complicated than that in secondary school. Having a good balance of time spent between your university mates and secondary school friends is essential. More importantly, it is also crucial to have a good relationship with your professors, lecturers and teaching assistants! 5. Choose a computer you need, not one you want Classroom material is often available online only and most of the assignments need to be submitted on the e-platform. Thus, It is important to choose a suitable electronic device. To prevent waste of money, you should purchase your laptop according to your needs. If multimedia production is not included in the programme curriculum and paperwork is your daily routine, a laptop with basic internet surfing and word processing functions will be good enough. Yet, can tablets replace laptops? Sure thing. But it will be sacrificing functions for portability. A tablet is much lighter than a laptop but is relatively less capable of word processing and document handling. All in all, everyone has a different requirement for their computer, so spend your money where it is most needed! Wish you the best of luck in your university life!
To help you prepare for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (DSE) Results Release Day, we have consolidated useful DSE-related information into this "DSE2023 Student Support Kit" so as to assist you in realising academic and career aspirations through various feasible pathways. The "Student Support Kit" will be constantly updated to include latest information. 1. Preparation before DSE Results Release 2. Study Series 3. Career Series 4. Subsidy Series - [Preparation] Helpful Tips for the Big Day - [Preparation] We Support You! - [Preparation] Reprioritising of Programme Choices under JUPAS - [Study] Flexible Admissions Arrangement for JUPAS Candidates - [Study] JUPAS Participating-institutions' Admission Requirements - [Study] Information on Non-JUPAS Applications - [Study] Study in the Mainland and Overseas - [Study] Instructions to Repeaters & Private Candidates - [Study] How to Prepare for Your Interview? - [Career] Ways to Get Employed - [Career] Advice on Finding and Adapting to a Job - [Career] On-the-job Training - [Subsidy] Subsidy Schemes for Local Studies - [Subsidy] Any subsidy for Studying in the Mainland?
Apart from getting a place into universities through JUPAS, students may consider applying post-secondary programmes not covered by JUPAS. Here are some information about non-JUPAS applications, including programme duration, tuition fees, academic accreditation, professional recognition of a programme and career pathways. Students are advised to access: 1. The Concourse for Self-financing Post-secondary Education (CSPE)2. The Information Portal for Accredited Post-secondary Programmes (IPASS) For application details for full-time accredited sub-degree and bachelor degree courses outside of JUPAS, please refer to “2023 Application Information and Admission Arrangement for Full-time Locally-accredited Sub-degree and Undergraduate Programmes NOT Covered under JUPAS”. For more information, please contact the corresponding institutions directly. The corresponding institutions are listed below: Caritas Bianchi College of Careers Caritas Institute of Higher Education Hong Kong Chu Hai College UOW College Hong Kong City University of Hong Kong – School of Continuing and Professional Education Gratia Christian College HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education (HKU SPACE) HKU SPACE Community College HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College Hong Kong Art School (a division of Hong Kong Arts Centre) Hong Kong Baptist University - Academy of Film Hong Kong Baptist University – College of International Education Hong Kong Baptist University – School of Continuing Education Hong Kong College of Technology HKCT Institute of Higher Education Hong Kong Institute of Technology Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education Hong Kong Shue Yan University Lingnan University Lingnan University – Lingnan Institute of Further Education The Chinese University of Hong Kong - School of Continuing and Professional Studies The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong The Education University of Hong Kong The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts The Hong Kong Polytechnic University – Hong Kong Community College The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Hong Kong Metropolitan University Hong Kong Metropolitan University – Li Ka Shing School of Professional and Continuing Education Tung Wah College UOW College Hong Kong Vocational Training Council Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education YMCA College of Careers Hong Kong Adventist College Note: The information above is for general reference purpose. For details, please contact individual institutions direct. There is a lot of information regarding non-JUPAS admissions. Gather your information in advance and plan ahead. Sources: Education Bureau - Life Planning Information Website Education Bureau - The Concourse for Self-financing Post-secondary Education
The key to success in getting in most tertiary education institution programmes is not academic performances only, but also your interview performances. An interview is a process that aims to foster communication and mutual understanding. Graduates may also prepare a Students Learning Profile (SLP) to summarise their learning experiences in senior secondary school. Some of you may be doubtful while preparing for the interviews, here are some common questions from the students during the preparation of interview. - What can I prepare before the interview?- What are the common interview questions for different faculties?- What are the purposes and common formats of the interviews?- How to make a good impression at an interview?- How to write the Students Learning Profile (SLP) strategically? Answers of the above questions can be searched from the “Careers Guidance Handbook for Secondary School Graduates 2022” which is jointly published by the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters. Moreover, there are some suggestions from the University Admission Officers on the ways of writing your Students Learning Profile. Recommended chapters of the “Careers Guidance Handbook for Secondary School Graduates 2022”:• Preparing for interview P.19• Preparing Yourself for the HKDSE Results P.25 Most students will have the chance to go through admission interviews and have a better understanding of oneself throughout the preparation process. We believe that if you work hard and try your best, your efforts will pay off! Source: Education Bureau - Life Planning Information Website
When planning for further study or career, young people may have some popular industries in mind and look for related courses, for example, finance; real estate and construction services industry; hotel and catering; information and communication technology; retail; recreation, sports, cultural and creative industries, etc. Want to know what courses or training programmes are available for a particular industry? Below are some websites that may help.. Industries and Jobs - Education Bureau'sLife Planning Information Website Careers Exploration - Talent.gov.hk More details about the programmes are available from respective institutions. For a comprehensive list of institutions / organisations providing local post-secondary education and other education programmes, please refer to the website of the Education Bureau (EDB). For other related training and courses, please refer to the EDB's Life Planning Information Website. Still not sure about your career path? Browse the websites listed below to find out more about different jobs and careers and to know more about yourself! VTC Occupation Dictionary JOB & VASK of CLAP@JC Discover@Jobtionaryof Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups I am… Youth Portalof St. James' Settlement
The Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination commenced on 22 April. The Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau has specially disseminated the Sayings of Wisdom with the candidates; aiming to foster a positive atmosphere in society in time of epidemic.“Where there’s a will, there’s a way” encourages the candidates to exert their very best with strong willpower and perseverance for the HKDSE Examination amid the epidemic. Promotional Poster Designated Webpage for Secondary 6 Students As always, the Education Bureau (EDB) provides support for S6 students. Students may visit the Designated Webpage for Secondary 6 Students, which provides essential information about the HKDSE Examination, multiple pathways and various support services in planning for their future pathways.
The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) announced that written examinations of Category A subjects of the 2022 Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE) will be held between 22 April and 14 May according to the examination timetable announced earlier. Practical examinations of Physical Education and Music will be held in late May/early June. How are you prepared for the HKDSE under the epidemic? If you find yourself feeling stressed or in need of counselling support for examinations and further studies, you may wish to contact the following organisations for assistance. 1. “Shall We Talk” DSE Exam Stress Management web page Website: >>Click here<< Emergency helplines: >>Click here<< 2. Student.hk - Stay with YOUth Anti-epidemic Counselling Service (Chinese only) Website: >>Click here<< Tel: 2503 3399 Service hours: 2pm to 6pm (Tuesday, Friday) 3. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups - DSE 27771112 Hotline (Chinese only) Website: >>Click here<< Counselling hotline for study: 2777 1112 Service hours: 2pm to 2am, Monday to Saturday Whatsapp for “utouch” emotion support： 6277 8899 Whatsapp for DSE enquiry: 5405 5051 Service hours: 2pm to 12am, Monday to Saturday Email: email@example.com 4. Jockey Club Online Youth Emotional Support - Open Up Website: >>Click here<< Facebook / Instagram: hkopenup WhatsApp / SMS: 91 012 012 Service hours: 24-hour online counselling service 5. Jockey Club Cyber Youth Outreach Service - Caritas Infinity Teens (Chinese only) Website: >>Click here<< Tel: 2339 3759 / 9377 3666 (WhatsApp & Signal) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Service hours: Monday: 10:00am - 6:00pm Tuesday: 10:00am - 6:00pm Wednesday: 2:00pm - 10:00pm Thursday: 2:00pm - 10:00pm Friday: 6:00pm - 2:00am Saturday: 6:00pm - 2:00am Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays 6. The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong Website: >>Click here<< Tel: 2389 2222 (Chinese) Service hours: 24-hour Tel: 2389 2223 (English) Service hours: 6:30 pm to 10 pm (Monday to Friday, except public holidays) “Chatpoint” Web Engagement Service (Chinese only) Website: >>Click here<< Service hours: 4pm to 1am (Monday to Friday) / 8pm to 1am (Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays) The above information is for reference only. Updated information will be subjected to the announcement of individual organisations. If information from other organisations is needed, please contact the school social workers, counsellors, etc.
In view of the severe epidemic situation, face-to-face classes and on-campus activities are suspended and students are required to study at home. Still want to keep learning amid the change of your study mode? Let’s see the below some online resources related to studying at home: E-Learning Resources EdCity has organised a series of award schemes and offered some eResources for students, covering Chinese Language, English Language, Science, General Studies, creative writing and reading. Some other e-learning resources for students provided by other organisations are also listed below too. Chinese Language Chinese Master encourages students to enhance their Chinese proficiency by completing interesting exercises and games. eWorks Award Scheme encourages students to demonstrate their creativity and create their own stories, essays and illustration writing. English Language TVNews Award Scheme boosts students’ English proficiency through news and other thematic videos with online challenges. English Campus is a gamified English self-learning platform with weekly-updated games and videos. STEM Education RTHK’s E-Learning Webpage covers interesting learning contents in various subject areas such as language study, culture, arts, science, philosophy and healthy lifestyle. (Chinese version only) Educational Multimedia provides multimedia educational resources, including theme-based short videos, multi-ending micro movies, animations, nursery rhymes, picture books, photos, sound tracks, and videos which are divided into chapters and short clips of a few minutes. Students are also welcomed to visit their Science Education and Technology Education pages. Edutainment Channel aimed at introducing basic knowledge on culture, arts, science, sports, horticulture and animals for deepening the public's understanding and interests in various fields. Featuring curiosity, creativity, playfulness and collaboration, The Hong Kong Science Museum Science Promotion Unit has organised online and offline programmes to share interesting science-related topics, and encourage everyone to explore the incredible world of science in our daily lives. Reading Platform Reading Contract and Reading Challenge aim to cultivate students’ interest in reading and develop reading skills by taking playful quizzes. HK Reading City provides information of more than 10,000 books with more than 70% offering trial reading and over 900 free eBooks available for reading enjoyment. It also provides Themed Booklists, Award-winning Books, and Celebrity Picks to help students find high-quality books. Online Question Bank Online Question Bank (OQB) is an online learning platform designed to facilitate ‘Assessment for Learning’. OQB has been partnering with Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) since 2009 as well as content providers to enrich its question base continuously. Students are welcomed to subscribe to the service according to their needs, in order to prepare for the examinations. Tips for Healthy Usage of Computers Students are required to use computers for long period to study at home. You may refer to the information about healthy usage of computers in the Healthy Use of Internet and Electronic Screen Products page by Student Health Service, Department of Health. You may also see the Computer use and eye care page, to know more about eye care and correct postures when using computers and thus study safely and healthily at home.
The deadline of 2021-2022 Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) application submission falls on 8 December 2021 (11:59 pm). Students are suggested to priorities programmes they have both interest and confidence in from the list of Programmes Offered after thorough consideration. Set your goals and collect information about the job Students are recommended to explore their interest, set a goal for their ideal job, and subsequently search for suitable programmes and career pathways. If there is already a clear goal in your mind, you may take a look at the Life Planning Information website launched by the Career Guidance Section, Education Bureau. Information of all walks of life, such as duties of job, reference salaries, entry requirements and examples of related training and courses are all listed in the website. You may refer to the related Bachelor Degree Programmes of each occupation when you are ranking your JUPAS programme choices. Take reference from the past Admission Scores of the institutions Besides interest and goals, the result of Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (DSE) and the abilities of the applicant are important as well for programme selection. You may compare your predicted DSE results with the past Admission Scores of the participating-institutions when you are making decisions on the programmes. The below list consolidates the Entrance Requirements, Admission Scores (2021 Entry) and Admission Score Calculators of the Universities under JUPAS for your reference: City University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator Hong Kong Baptist University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Hong Kong Metropolitan University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator Lingnan University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator The Chinese University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements The Education University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator The University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry)
Application Procedures Applicants who wish to apply for admission to the programmes offered under Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) and are eligible to apply via JUPAS must submit and complete their applications via the JUPAS online application system. Before submitting the applications, applicants are advised to go through the Online Application System User Guide for Applicants, and complete all of the following steps for the submission of applications: 1. Create JUPAS Account 2. Activate JUPAS Account and Apply for Admission 3. Pay Application Fee 4. Submit Programme Choices 5. Submit Optional Information (if applicable) Upon successful creation of an applicant's record and successful generation of an application number by the JUPAS online application system, applicants will receive emails from the JUPAS Office. In avoidance of missed emails, applicants must ensure that the setting of their personal email accounts will not filter out or place such correspondence in the trash / junk bins Important Dates 6 October 2021 (9:00 am) – 8 December 2021 (11:59 pm) Submit and complete JUPAS applications (details) 10 December 2021 (9:00 am) – 1 June 2022 (5:00 pm) Submit late applications (details) The fee for late application is HK$810 10 December 2021 (9:00 am) – 1 June 2022 (11:59 pm) Update programme choices before the release of the HKDSE Examination results (details) Before updating, applicants are required to pay amendment fees of HK$100 for each submission From 22 June 2022 (9:00 am) Log on JUPAS accounts to check the time-slots allocated for modifications of programme choices Timeslot allocated during 21 July – 23 July 2022 Modify programme choices after the release of the HKDSE Examination results (details) *Subject to changes. For all updates and details, please refer to the JUPAS website.