University Registration
and Induction Programme

**For students who are not admitted through the JUPAS admissions scheme, your registration with the University may only be considered probationary until all the required official documents are submitted and verified to the satisfaction of the University.

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A very warm welcome to The University of Hong Kong! To make sure that you are well prepared before the beginning of your study, the following are important events and registration/enrolment procedures which you are strongly advised to complete. In particular, you are invited to participate in the Faculty Induction Talk according to your curriculum, which will provide you with fruitful information that will help you to start your HKU journey on the right path, as well as the CEDARS Non-Academic Induction Talk on the non-academic support and resources available at HKU.

  Step 1 - Master Registration

After you have obtained your HKU Portal account details, you are required to immediately complete the Master Registration online via the HKU Portal ( -> Self Service -> Master Registration). Please refer to the “Guideline to Online Master Registration”. This process is very important and crucial for the production of your Student Registration Card, course selection and your application(s) for other study facilities.

↑ Please click here for details by selecting your curriculum of study ↑

The University Registration and Induction Programmes for New Students will be held during August 17 to 25, 2021, depending on your curriculum of study. The Programme comprises three parts, namely Online Talk on Course Selection with Q&A, Faculty Induction Talk and Programme Induction Talk (if any) and CEDARS Non-Academic Induction Talk.

  • The Online Talk on Course Selection with Q&A on August 17, 2021 will provide an opportunity for all freshmen to obtain information and ask questions in relation to course selection before the first day of course selection on August 20, 2021.
  • Faculty Induction Talk and Programme Induction Talk (if any) will give you an overview of your study at HKU and your university life including introduction to your Faculty and Departments, programme structure, important academic matters such as curriculum requirement, course selection and enrolment, Common Core courses, academic integrity, academic advisement and experiential leaming opportunities.
  • CEDARS Non-Academic Induction Talk will introduce you to the non-academic student services, support and resources available at HKU including new student adjustment and counselling support, support to students with disabilities and special educational needs (SEN Support), financial resources, housing, careers, co-curricular and out-of-classroom learning opportunities, and non-academic induction activities.

Participation of the Talk requires advanced registration. Please click here for details by selecting your curriculum of study.

  Step 3 - Course Selection

You may preview courses information after you have completed the online Master Registration.

You may enrol courses during the following course selection period:

  • Students admitted to Year 1, BASc(SDS), BSc(ACD) and BSc(IM) students:
    • Semester 1/full-year courses: August 20 (10 a.m.) to August 26 (4 p.m.)
    • Semester 2 courses: August 20 (10:10 a.m.) to August 26 (4 p.m.)
Please contact your Faculty if you have enquiries about course selection.

  Step 4 - Application of Student Registration Card

After you complete the Master Registration online, please go to HKU Portal ( -> Self Service -> Student Card Document Upload) to submit your photograph and supporting documents for the production of Student Registration Card. Please refer to the “Online Application for Student Registration Cards” for your guideline.

An acknowledgment email regarding the card collection details will be sent to your HKU Portal email address once your Student Registration Card is ready for collection. You should bring along:

  1. the acknowledgment email (in hard copy),
  2. the original documents for verification, such as HKID card/temporary HKID card/Passport/Exit and Entry Permit for travelling to or from Hong Kong and Macau, and
  3. the original and a photocopy of Visa document if appropriate

to come to collect your Student Registration Card in person according to the specific date(s), time and venue printed on the email.