Established in 2002, the College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) oversees the operation and development of the University efforts in lifelong education through the following self-financed education units:
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) promotes and encourages lifelong education and continuing studies. A range of continuing education courses and programmes is offered to cater to the different needs of lifelong learners.
Learning is no longer a linear path but occurs to anyone, anywhere when there is an unmatched needs. Lifelong learning is best done with the guidance of an educational institution. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University works tirelessly to promote the pursuit of continuing studies to its students, graduates, and everyone in the society.
The role of continuing studies in education and in society create lasting positive impact. Undeniably, it is important to push the appreciation for continuing studies further to achieve a more advanced society through the efforts of individuals with higher educational attainment.
Established in 2002, as a self-financing college of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) is currently one of the largest self-financing providers of full-time tertiary education to provide lifelong education and continuing studies in Hong Kong.
The College of Professional and Continuing Education provides courses and programmes in various disciplines through the following educational units:
The two units offer a variety of sub-degree and top-up undergraduate programmes, providing quality tertiary education opportunities for around 10,000 full-time students. A comprehensive range of continuing studies programmes is also offered to cater to the different needs of lifelong learners.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University extends its invitation to students and other lifelong learners interested in taking continuing studies to apply through HKCC and SPEED. More information is available on the official website. Find your way to the university’s official website and at the top of the webpage you will find the Admission menu item. Click on it and you will be taken directly to the page where you will see important notes and details for specific classifications of students and applicants.
Make sure to note any special instructions for the classification of applicants you fall under. If you are unsure of your classification, take it upon yourself to acquire the important information required prior to beginning your online application.