Our grads get jobs
In 2017, 97.8% of our graduates with honour degrees successfully secured a job or pursued further studies, with over 80% employed in education field. The average monthly salary was HK$23,385, well above the average monthly salary of graduates in the territory. It shows that our full-time Bachelor of Education (Honours) (BEd) programme graduates are equipped with professional and subject knowledge relevant to their future roles that are highly regarded by employers.
World class recognition
Our increased teaching and research capabilities, in particular in teacher education, are internationally recognised. In the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject 2018, EdUHK was ranked 2nd in Asia and 9th in the world in Education.
An education that is more than Education
Guided by the “Education-plus” vision, our academic scope is built on (but is not limited to) the traditional strength of teacher education; and consolidated through diverse programme offerings in the Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as Creative Arts and Culture. With a multidisciplinary learning environment, students of teacher education and complementary programmes can take second majors, minors, or electives, and interact with each other across disciplines.
Learning from the great minds
99% of our academic and teaching staff hold doctoral degrees and are leading experts in their respective fields. Their academic and teaching achievements have contributed to the University’s well-established niche in Education and newly emerging strengths in multidisciplinary subject areas while continuously shaping policy discourse locally and in the region. With their research impacts in and connections with the real world, students will definitely find their learning experience rich, inspiring and relevant.
A global network that is reaching wider and further
EdUHK has over the years developed an extensive network of over 200 partnerships and collaborative relationships with government agencies, non-governmental organisations and universities across the globe. This includes exchange and language immersion programmes, internships, service learning, overseas consultancy projects, and research and knowledge transfer projects. Those partnerships and collaborations entail a wealth of opportunities for our students to gain cross-cultural exposure and understanding throughout their studies at the University.
Scholarships for non-local students
A range of scholarships are offered to non-local students enrolling in our undergraduate programmes on the basis of academic merit, personal attributes, extra-curricular activities and community service. The EdUHK Entrance Scholarship Scheme includes full scholarships, full tuition scholarships, and half tuition scholarships. There are also scholarships for students from Belt and Road countries/ regions.
We create a cosy atmosphere in which invigorating intellectual exchanges among members of the University can take place, both inside and outside the classroom. The more intimate university community also allows our local and non-local students to be better supported and integrated by a whole range of provisions and services such as faculty-based orientations, buddy programme, academic advising, mentorship, classroom-to-career support, community engagement and cultural exploration activities, etc.
Surrounded by the rolling greenery of Tai Po suburb and overlooking the Tsz Shan Monastery, home to world’s second tallest outdoor Guan Yin (goddess of mercy) statue cast in bronze, the campus combines tranquility and vibrancy of the city’s dynamic metropolitan life just an hour away by train. Academic and administrative buildings, student residential halls, campus facilities and amenities are all centrally located, so it is easy to get around and participate fully in the dynamic campus life.