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The Handbook for Research Postgraduate Studies is produced by the Office of Postgraduate Studies (PGSO) to help students of research postgraduate programs understand the policies and procedural matters related to various aspects of their studies. For.

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HKUST offers both research and taught postgraduate programs in a wide range of disciplines, leading to graduate diplomas, master’s and doctoral degrees. We use cookies to help give you the best experience on our website. By continuing without changing your

HKUST offers both research and taught postgraduate programs in a wide range of disciplines, leading to graduate diplomas, master’s and doctoral degrees. Online Application The University is now inviting applications for 2020/21 Fall Term and 2019/20 Spring

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Postgraduate Handbook

Students studying a 4-year bachelor’s degree are required to complete the following requirements: At least 120 credits (where the requirements of a student’s programs of study fall short of 120 credits, additional elective credits must be earned) University Common

The PG Coordinator should, in consultation with the department head/Associate Dean of the relevant School responsible for postgraduate studies, consider the matter carefully. If appropriate, the PG Coordinator may recommend a change of the thesis supervisor.

Tuition Fees Students are required to settle the tuition fee in full by the prescribed deadline. Please click here for details on tuition & other fees. Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme for Local Research Postgraduate Students The HKSAR Government has set up a Tuition

Thesis Supervision

Guidelines on Thesis Research Graduation Appeals and Grievance Channels Appendices Committee on Postgraduate Studies Calendar Dates in the 2019-20 Academic Year Terms and Conditions of Postgraduate Studentships 2019/20 Guide on Thesis

Students studying a 4-year bachelor’s degree are required to complete the following requirements: At least 120 credits (where the requirements of a student’s programs of study fall short of 120 credits, additional elective credits must be earned) University Common

The PG Coordinator should, in consultation with the department head/Associate Dean of the relevant School responsible for postgraduate studies, consider the matter carefully. If appropriate, the PG Coordinator may recommend a change of the thesis supervisor.

Research Programs Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Programs COMP PG Course List FAQs for New PG Students Taught Programs Master of Science (MSc) Program in Big Data Technology Program Catalog – MSc(BDT) Master of

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Students are also required to provide a printout of the HKUST Electronic Thesis Submission Acknowledging email when they submit the final thesis hard copies to the department for forwarding to the Academic Registry as proof.

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The Registry Services Team of the Academic Registry is responsible for implementing academic policies, procedures and systems in relation to student records, registration, examinations and graduation. The scope of services covers both undergraduate and

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The information provided in this Handbook is correct at the time of printing. It may be changed from time to time by the appropriate University authority. In the event of inconsistency between information contained in this Handbook and a University regulation or

Research PG Programs For MPhil degree programs, applicants should: have obtained a bachelor’s degree from HKUST or a recognized institution, or obtained an approved equivalent qualification; and satisfy the school and department concerned as to their

Academic Regulations Governing Postgraduate Studies Academic Regulations are approved by the University Senate to govern the progress of postgraduate students through programs of study leading to academic awards granted by the University Senate.

The University offers a wide range of full-time and part-time taught postgraduate programmes, ranging from one to three years in length. They operate on a semester system and candidates’ academic progress is normally assessed by a combination of written

Academic Regulations Governing Undergraduate Studies Academic Regulations (ARs) are approved by the University Senate to govern the progress of undergraduate students through programs of study leading to degrees awarded by the Senate. Only the University

Prior approval of the program director is required. For exceptional cases involving internship work of more than 20 hours per week, with strong justifications, case-by-case approval has to be obtained from the program director, Associate Dean (PG), and the Office

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MPhil and PhD in Bioengineering ACADEMIC REGULATIONS These regulations are supplemented by detailed information about requirements or specific programs of study and information on administrative procedures in the following sources. Admissions

HKUST Academic Regulations HKUST Program and Course Catalog HKUST Handbook for Research Postgraduate Studies HKUST Newsletter – PG UPDATE HKUST Regulations for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity HKUST Guidelines on Thesis

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Program in Mechanical Engineering About the Program The PhD degree program seeks to imbue in-depth knowledge of mechanical engineering and the capability of formulating and conducting independent and original research and

For students with other career goals, the curriculum provides training of analytical skills that will help the students meet challenges in all sectors of society. The curriculum is flexible so that a significant fraction of our students choose to pursue a minor in other

MPhil and PhD Programs in Atmospheric Environmental Science (AES) Useful Links PG Academic Regulations Application for Transcript of Studies <> HKUST Calendar PG Course Registration Information Handbook for RPG students Health

Notes: Course is identified by a course code which comprises a four-letter code followed by a four-digit number code. In general, the letter code denotes either the area/program of study or the course offering department, and the first digit of the number code

Handbook for Taught Postgraduate Studies 2015-16 – page 46 Appendices 46 Appendix IV Supporting Services Office / Service Website Tel No. Email Academic Registry Program Registration PG Course Registration Exams and Grades Student Information

Course Grading Progression and Academic Standing Graduation Appeals and Grievance Channels Appendices Committee on Postgraduate Studies Calendar Dates in the 2019-20 Academic Year Bad Weather Arrangements for Classes and Examinations Maps

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Handbook for Taught Postgraduate Studies 2014-15 1 1. Regulations for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity 1.1 The HKUST Academic Honor Code Honesty and integrity are central to the academic work of HKUST. Students must observe and

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