The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong is a universitywide partner in Hong Kong, China.
Semester I: 1st week of September – 3rd week of December
Orientation generally commences the last week of August for Semester I and mid January for Semester II.
Exams take place the 2nd and 3rd week of December for Semester I and the 2nd and 3rd week of May for Semester II.
GPA (Average Grade)
There is no GPA requirement for this destination.
English Language Requirement
After selection by Utrecht University, you will have to fulfill the language requirements: a TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo or other acceptable test result. You can find more details on the language requirements on the website of the host university.
|Areas of study open to exchange students
All, except for courses offered by the following Faculties/programmes:
Law – Generally, the standards for admission for exchange and visiting students are at least upper second-class honours (2:1) results (which converts to approximately a CGPA of 3.33).
Business & Economics – Courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics (FBE) are highly competitive.
Students who are in their final year in particular, should note that course enrollment is NOT guaranteed.
If you are interested in Law or Business/Economics courses, please inform the region coordinator after selection. Lottery might be necessary.
|Courses at Master’s level
Not in general, but you can inquire with the exchange officer at HKU.
|Language of instruction
All courses, except those offered by the School of Chinese, are taught in English.
Hall accommodation is available but NOT guaranteed. Most of the rooms are double rooms, expect to pay around 3000 HK$ per month. For those residents whose halls do not provide compulsory meal plans, they can have meals on campus.
Housing has become more scarce in recent years, increasing the possibility students have to look for housing themselves. Note that this can take a lot of time.
|Estimated living costs per month
Estimated living costs for an undergraduate student are around 10.000 HKD per month (1257 EUR). (Estimate from 2020).
You can find a more detailed breakdown of the living costs here.
You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table
|Number of places available
6-9 places per year
Selection was not necessary last year.
Students with Chinese nationality can not apply for an exchange at this university.
If you have any questions about this universitywide partner university, contact the universitywide International Office:
Asia & Latin America
Name: Ms. Clim Gorissen
North America & UK
Name: Ms. Cathelijne van Weelden
Australia, New Zealand, South Africa & Spain*
Name: Ms. Tessel Arendsen
* Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Universitat de Barcelona
Europe & Middle East
Name: Ms. Mandy van den Houten
General exchange questions
Names: Tamar Oderwald and Patrick Chan
Erasmus+ grant questions
The International Office can only help you with questions related to the content of your Learning Agreement and with signing documents on behalf of the Sending Institution.
For all other Erasmus+ grant related questions, please refer to the Erasmus+ grants for Studies page (scroll down to “Contact the Erasmus Office” to make an appointment) or send an e-mail to email@example.com
For questions about faculty programmes and internships, contact the Faculty International Offices.
Phone: +31 (0)30-2531224
Office hours for calling: Tuesday and Thursday, 14:00-15:30
Make an appointment via Teams
We are available for appointments via Teams. If you have a question, use the calendar below to make an appointment.
If you are unable to make it to your appointment, please do not forget to cancel.