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Programme Code: HD 140 2587 3232 / 2587 3228 2571 8480 hdap@hkuspace.hku.hk

Application Code 报名编号 : HD140









BBA Business & Management
BEng Aerospace Engineering

BSocSc Criminology & Sociology

BBA (Hons) Aviation Management & Logistics
BEng (Hons) Air Transport Engineering
BEng (Hons) Industrial & Systems Engineering

BSocSc (Hons) European Studies - German Stream

香港大学专业进修学院 - 国际学院

* 以上列表只提供部份升学例子以作参考。



Year 1

  • English for Academic Purposes I
  • English for the Aviation Profession
  • Practical Chinese
  • Applied Statistics

Year 2

  • English for Academic Purposes II
  • Information Technology Fundamentals
  • ICAO Aviation English Language Proficiency


Year 1

  • Introduction to Aviation Industry
  • Airport and Airline Operations
  • Theory for First Solo of Private Pilot Licence
  • Theory for Recreational Pilot Licence
  • Aviation Science
  • Flight Simulation Training
  • Safety Awareness in Aviation

Year 2

  • Risk Management & Quality Improvement
  • Aircraft Weight Balance and Dispatch#
  • Air Traffic Management
  • Human Factors and Performance
  • Navigation and Meteorology
  • Flight Performance and Planning

Experiential Learning Course

  • Aviation Project


# 与怡中航空服务公司协作专业课程


Chan Cheuk Yiu
Chan Cheuk Yiu, Jessamond
  • 2021 Undergraduate, BBA (Hons) Aviation Management and Logistics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • 2021 Graduate, Higher Diploma in Aviation and Piloting
  • 2019 Delegate, Australia Aviation Study Trip

Growing up with many curiosities about the sky—how the clouds hang, how the heavy metal objects fly, why airplanes leave white marks in the sky and so on—taking the path of aviation study filled up most of the unknowns for me. Clouds go through atmospheric cycles to form and deform, aircraft wings are designed in sweepback shape like birds to produce lift against their weight, and a contrail is the form of cloud when hot humid air mixes with the exhausted fuel-air mixture. Each of these mysteries that have been answered remind me of my favourite motto, “Every expert starts as a beginner.”

I am very thankful for every opportunity HKU SPACE CC provided for me—a wide range of experiences, airshows, internships at the airport, study tours, and, of course, the flying experience in Melbourne. Memories get washed off by time, but my first flying experience will stay fresh and exciting. From ground briefing to the Cessna simulator and climbing into the Sling2, to flying along the coastline and bringing the plane back onto the runway, feelings were beyond words!

The lecturers who have been or are still working in the aviation field provided the most updated and related sources for my study and career path. Staff were more than willing to help with any sort of problem, and they provided guidance for my study and career planning. Finishing the first year in HKU SPACE had broadened my vision and encouraged further learning in the field. I can’t wait for the next year to start!

Chan Wing Hong
Chan Wing Hong, Anson
  • 2021 Undergraduate, BEng (Hons) Air Transport Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • 2021 Graduate, Higher Diploma in Aviation and Piloting

I am glad to have studied for the Higher Diploma in Aviation and Piloting at HKU SPACE Community College. I believed that many people had a dream like me, to pilot a plane and fly in the sky. When I was in the secondary school, I was certain that I wanted to become a pilot in the future. I love flying and believed this occupation would suit me well. After completing my secondary education, I struggled to find a suitable aviation-related course in Hong Kong—especially about flying. Finally I discovered HKU SPACE Community College, which offered the course on aviation and piloting.

2019-20 was my first year at HKU SPACE Community College. It was my most memorable year in which I took part in the Australia Aviation Study Trip. During the trip, we secured many precious opportunities such as a trial flight at Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne. I was allowed to sit at the front of the aircraft with my instructor, and I would never forget the excitement during my first take-off and landing. I was so energized because I knew it was one great step toward my dream, and it confirmed that I had chosen my future career correctly.