Outbound

Application

For Winter Study Abroad Opportunities

 

  1. Apply directly to the host institution
    • There is no nomination required from HKUST. Students are responsible for reviewing the program and application details and handling the whole application process with the host institution, including application, payment, courese enrollment and visa preparation.
    • Different institutions have different application requirements, procedures and timelines. Make sure that you follow and complete the procedures as required.
    • The host institution will directly inform you of your admission decision.
    • Follow the requirements of the host institution to confirm your commitment to the program, which may include the paying of a deposit or the full fees.
    • You should also follow all other instructions given by the host institution related to housing application, course selection, visa application ,etc.

     

  2. Register with HKUST
    • Register your program on MyStudyAbroad by completing the Study Abroad Program Registration.
    • You will need to specify the program name and host institution you are admitted to.
    • You will also need to upload a copy of the admission letter issued by the host institution, and proof of your commitment to the program, which could be a proof of tuition payment.
    • You will receive a confirmation about your program registration on the system.

     

  3. Apply for financial support with HKUST
    • After you receive the system confirmation regarding your program registration, you can proceed to apply for the HKUST Short-term Study Abroad Allowance.
    • Local students with financial need (receiving government means-tested grant/loan TSFS) can IN ADDITION apply for the SSE or SSEBR.

 

POINTS TO NOTE
  • The safety of students is of utmost priority. For this reason, students should not participate in programs that take place at locations that are deemed to be of high risk (health and/or security). Such programs will also NOT be funded by the University. In determining the risks associated with a program location, students should take reference from the HKSAR Government Outbound Travel Alert (OTA) System, alerts/notices issued by the HKSAR Department of Health, information provided by International SOS, as well as travel advisories issued by countries located in proximity to the destination.

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