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  • HKU SPACE Community College

    Designed to provide meaningful sub-degree education for Secondary school graduates, the HKU SPACE Community College is the perfect choice for further education. Founded in 2000 and now regarded as Hong Kong's premier community college, the College offers a comprehensive range of award-bearing programmes in many subjects.

    Community College Website
  • HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College (HPSHCC)

    Founded by The University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education (HKU SPACE) and Po Leung Kuk, the HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College (HPSHCC) plays an important role in providing sub-degree higher education in Hong Kong. Since its inception in 2006, HPSHCC has offered sub-degree programmes in a diverse range of subject areas, each offering an excellent opportunity for secondary school leavers to learn valuable skills and knowledge for academic and career advancement.

    The Associate Degree and Higher Diploma programmes offered by HPSHCC are planned and accredited by HKU SPACE in accordance with its stringent quality assurance process, and successful completion of academic programmes offered by HPSHCC leads to awards within The University of Hong Kong system through HKU SPACE.

    Located in Causeway Bay, the HPSHCC purpose-built campus covers 17000m2 over 19 storeys and features state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities, providing a positive learning experience that nurtures students' social, personal and intellectual growth.

    Tel: 3923 7000
    Address: 66 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    Website: http://hkuspace-plk.hku.hk
    Email: enquiry@hkuspace-plk.hku.hk

    HPSHCC Website
  • HKU SPACE International College (IC) [formerly 'Centre for Degree Programmes']

    With the motto “Education with a Global Vision”, HKU SPACE International College was established in 2003 to offer full-time degree programmes for subdegree holders. Over the past 13 years, nearly 7,000 sub-degree graduates have been awarded a bachelors degree from our overseas universitiesSince 2012, full-time undergraduate programmes at year-one entry-level have been made available for IB/HKDSE graduates.

    In the 2016/17 academic year, International College offers more than 30 full-time undergraduate programmes with a duration between 8 and 24 months, covering the areas of arts, media, language and culture, social sciences, art and design, accounting, business, marketing, tourism, hospitality and event management, sport management and coaching, information technology and engineering. All programmes are delivered in collaboration with public universities in the UK and Australia.  

    As the demand for postgraduate qualifications is on the rise in Hong Kong, International College offers a full-time postgraduate diploma in media and cultural critique. catering to the needs of degree holders.

    Since 2011, International College has been working in partnership with Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design (CSM), University of the Arts London (UAL) to introduce executive short courses ranging from media to branding and creative studies for senior executives. The College has also offered executive series on leadership and presentation with the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (Royal Central), University of London since 2014. One of the College’s latest developments includes the launch of the first-of-its-kind executive programme in Collecting Contemporary Art, in collaboration with CSM and Art Basel, which has continued to receive overwhelming responses.

    International College has put its full support behind arts and media education at postgraduate level through the launching of two master’s programmes in early 2016. The MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise is a new initiative with CSM that aims at nurturing multi-skilled talents who can both realise creativity and manage arts and cultural businesses. The MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice, in collaboration with London College of Communication (LCC) of University of the Arts London, focuses on media and cultural practices and global creative industries.