Established by the Hong Kong Government in 1989 as a provider of distance education, OUHK began offering full-time programmes in 2001. Over the years we have grown into a leader in open and flexible education in the Asia Pacific region, and our full-time face-to-face programmes for qualified secondary school leavers are on par with other established universities across Hong Kong.
The University responds dynamically to market trends by tailoring our professional programmes to industry needs and in turn providing our students with clear, reliable career paths. Our signature programmes include areas in high-demand such as Nursing, Physiotherapy, Creative Arts, Testing and Certification, and many more.
Research Office (RO), from the University Research Centre (URC) of the past, is the centralized unit of the Open University of Hong Kong facilitating research activities of the University, supporting research carried out by staff of the University and coordinating development projects with external funding.
Students’ employability is always our priority. Through schemes like our Career HeadStart Programme, internship lab on campus and other career opportunities, students can gain valuable work experience and increase their marketability. Our Open InnoChallenge programme cultivates students’ creativity and entrepreneurial spirts while allowing them to learn from industry mentors.
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OUHK Library has been set up to provide quality information service and a convenient environment for information access to both students and staff, with a view to supporting the learning, teaching and research activities of the Open University of Hong Kong.
The OUHK Ho Man Tin campus is equipped with modern study facilities, including a library, lecture theatres, language laboratories, Multimedia Laboratory, computer and science laboratories and tutorial rooms. Specially designed facilities are also available for students with disabilities.
To provide opportunities for students to play sports, the University has recently rented a sports ground at King’s Park Stadium (off Wylie Road) for two afternoontimeslots a week. The University rented the main pitch (Pitch No. 1), which is astate-of-the-art all weather surface set out for both soccer and rugby, for use bystudents. Other sports may also be played there. The sports ground also includeschanging rooms for men and women, a fitness room and commercial cateringservices.
It is a pt course, so I took a relatively long time to finish it. Also, the course is not have a tutorial every week, and due to the COVID-19, it further slow down my study. However, the school and teachers gave me a great support overall.
I have learned how to be a good team player as we did a lot of group presentations. I learned patience to work with my teammates as sometimes we all would share different views on the subject and had to come down to an agreement between all of us. I also learned mandarin in this course and got straight A in the subject.
nothing much. i just studied there for 4 years, and learnt the knowledge and skills
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