About Hong Kong

  1. Officially Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of is an autonomous territory on the southern coast of China.
  2. Home to some of the world’s top 50 universities including those ranked 2nd, 7th and 8th in Asia in 2014.
  3. An international city where both English and Chinese are official languages and English is used as teaching medium in most university courses.
  4. A melting pot of Eastern and Western cultures with diversity in lifestyle.
  5. The perfect gateway to career prospects in Mainland China and Asia in which over 3 700 overseas companies have based their Asia-Pacific operations, employing over 200 000 people.
  6. A cosmopolitan city offering super global, regional and local connectivity.
  7. A unique destination consisting of beautiful countryside punctuated by a dramatic skyline filled with skyscrapers.
  8. Hong Kong is known for its skyline and deep
  9. It has a land area of 1104 km2.
  10. Hong Kong is one of the world's most densely populated
  11. Around 7.2 million
  12. Distance from Kerala to Hong Kong: 4,214 km.
  13. Flight time from Hong Kong to Kochi is 9 hours 55 minutes.
  14. Both Chinese and English are the official languages in Hong Kong.


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  1. The climate of Hong Kong is a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate, just short of being a tropical monsoon climate.
  2. Hong Kong has four seasons: a comfortable to pleasant and dry winter, an unstable and wet spring, a hot and humid summer, and a warm and moderately dry autumn.
  3. Hong Kong is affected by both cool northeast monsoons and warm maritime airstreams. Most of the rainfall occurs from May to September, which is the rainy season.


    Once you have been accepted by an institution, you must get a student visa or entry permit.* All non-local students need one, whether they come for an exchange programme or full-time studies. In general, non-local students will need local sponsors, which can be arranged through their institutions, with the necessary supporting documents. Normally, the Immigration Department requires the following documents, although they may ask for others depending on the actual circumstances. It will normally take six weeks to process a visa or entry permit application for study upon receipt of all the required documents - apply as far in advance as possible!

  1. Form ID995A completed and signed
  2. Form ID995B completed and signed by sponsor (which can normally be arranged by your university)
  3. Photocopy of your identity card and/or travel documents
  4. One recent photo of yourself (affixed on form ID995A)
  5. A photocopy of your letter of admission from an education institution in Hong Kong, as well as your letter accepting their admission
  6. Evidence of your financial standing (bank statements, passbooks, proof of scholarship funds, etc.). If someone is sponsoring you financially, that person must submit a declaration stating their relationship to you, their intention to support your study and living expenses and their financial standing
  7. Evidence of your accommodation arrangement in Hong Kong e.g. an undertaking that the sponsor is prepared to provide accommodation to the applicant


1 The University of Hong Kong
2 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
3 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
4 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
5 City University of Hong Kong
6 The Open University of Hong Kong


1 The University of Hong Kong
2 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
3 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
4 Hong Kong Baptist University
5 The Hong Kong Institute of Education
6 The Open University of Hong Kong