Academic Regulation

General Academic Regulations

  General Academic Regulations (GAR) aims to assure the academic standard of the University.  
  Students of undergraduate, diploma and certificate programmes are required to observe the General Academic Regulations whilst studying at the University.
  Students are required to familiarize yourself with the General Academic Regulations and the “Operational Guidelines supporting GAR” under the “Student Handbook”.
  For new policies/regulations or any amendments/updates, please refer to the announcement made via the Intranet, emails, notices, circulars and the online version:
  Key points of GAR are summed up in the attached powerpoint.
    - Website: 


Academic Advising (AA)

  Academic Advisors assist students in drawing up study routes compatible with their career/life goals  
  All first-year students of UGC-funded full-time undergraduate programmes participate in AA
  Full-time self-financed undergraduate programmes/ senior year entrants may join AA with due consideration of resource and needs
    - Website: (Information for new students will be available when the new academic year starts in September.)
    - Handbook on Academic Advising for Full-time Undergraduates (Available at AA website)
    - Registry (Academic Regulations and Records Section) will arrange briefing sessions for students in September/ October