Online Registration for Supplementary Courses
All courses are open to UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students as stipulated by the UGC, while foreign language courses (French, German, Japanese, Korean and Spanish) can be taken by non UGC-funded undergraduate and postgraduate degree students (excluding those from the School of Continuing Education).
| In view of the Coronavirus outbreak, for submission of course fee receipts, please send soft copies to email@example.com by the deadline. Original receipts can be submitted to OEE1203 in the first week after face-to-face classes resume.
Registration for Summer Courses has started!
Procedures for the Payment of Course Fee/Deposits:
Please visit: http://arts01.hkbu.edu.hk/online_reg/payment_sample.asp
Application Procedures for Certificates
Please refer to http://lc.hkbu.edu.hk/course-certificate.php for details.
Full-Fee Refund Policy for Chinese, English or Putonghua Courses and Application Procedures
UGC-funded students who have attended at least 85% of lessons of Chinese, English or Putonghua supplementary courses are eligible to apply for a full refund of course fees within one month after the last lesson of the course. Please refer to http://lc.hkbu.edu.hk/course_refund.php for details.
Please input or update your local bank account details in BUniport now to avoid any delay in course fee refunds.
Please note that the course fee refund arrangement does NOT apply to the Foreign Language Courses.
Refund Policy for Course Withdrawal
Refund of payment is allowed if the request for course withdrawal is due to timetable clashes with other courses/activities organized by the University, AND the request is made BEFORE the class starts. Please submit your refund application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with supporting documents.
Class Arrangements During Typhoon or Rainstorm Warning Signal
Please visit the website of the Academic Registry for details:
If a class of supplementary courses is cancelled due to the issue of the Typhoon or Rainstorm Warning Signals, the course instructor will liaise with students directly regarding the arrangements of a make-up class.