Tuition Fee & Other Fees - Admission - HKU SPACE Community College
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The tuition fees^ for newly admitted local students in the academic year 2024/25 are as follows:

Programme Name

Tuition Fee in HKD
(per year)

Diploma in Foundation Studies Programme (1-year)


Associate Degree Programmes (2-year)

  • Arts in English Language and Literature

  • Arts in Languages and Humanities

  • Arts in Legal Studies

  • Arts in Media, Cultural and Creative Studies

  • Business Administration

  • Chinese Medicine

  • Economics

  • Social Sciences


  • Biomedical Sciences

  • Engineering

  • Geography

  • Science


  • Nursing Studies


Higher Diploma Programmes (2-year)

  • Business

  • Chinese for Professional Communication

  • Global Supply Chain Management

  • Healthcare and Health Plan Administration

  • Interior Design

  • Legal Executives (New)

  • Library and Information Management

  • Marketing

  • New Media and Communication

  • Public Relations and Corporate Communications

  • Visual Communication


  • Airline and Airport Services

  • Aviation and Piloting

  • Aviation Studies

  • Data Science

  • Engineering

  • eSports

  • Geotechnical Engineering

  • Information Security

  • Information Technology

  • Nutrition and Food Management (New)

  • Translation and Interpretation


  • Architectural Studies


  • Dental Hygiene


All tuition fees are paid annually in two instalments and are subject to annual revision. On proceeding to the next level of study, you are required to pay the tuition fees prescribed for the corresponding academic year.

Other Fees

  • You are required to pay HK$500 "caution money".  If there are no claims against your caution money, it will be used for your graduation fee, or will be refunded if you leave the College before graduation.

  • You are also a member of the Students' Union and is currently required to pay a membership fee of HK$55 per semester.  This fee may be adjusted during your period of study.


Refund Arrangement

It is the policy of The University of Hong Kong that fees paid are neither refundable nor transferable except as statutorily provided or under very exceptional circumstances.

The arrangement for refund application will be announced later.

^ Subject to adjustment, if necessary.