Collection of Degree Certificates
for Graduates of Full-time Undergraduate Programmes, 1st term 2022-23
(Degree Conferment Date on 31 March 2023)
The degree certificates of graduates of 1st term 2022-23 will be available for collection from 2 May 2023. Graduates may collect their certificates according to the information below. However, for any graduates with outstanding debts to the University, their degree certificate will be withheld. Please refer to point (3) below.
(1) Request the University to send the certificate by Speedpost
|Mainland and Other Asian countries / regions||HK$200|
The normal processing time is 3 - 5 working days upon receipt of the application. For the estimated delivery time by Speedpost, please refer to the website of Speedpost (https://speedpost.hongkongpost.hk/speedpost/index.jsf?&lang=en_US# ). Graduates who wish to use other courier services instead of Speedpost should collect the certificate by authorization following the information listed in (2) and make their own arrangements for other courier services.
(2) Collection of certificate in person or by authorization
|From 2 May 2023 onwards*||
9:00 am - 5:30pm (Mon - Fri)
(1:00 - 2:00pm lunch break)
Registration and Examinations Section,
10/F, Yasumoto International Park (YIA)
(3) Important information
Clause 14.1 of the General Regulations Governing Full-time Undergraduate Studies stipulates that “The Degree Certificate shall be issued to a student after s/he has been conferred a degree by the University. Degree Certificates for graduates with outstanding debts to the University will be withheld until the accounts are settled.”
If graduates have any outstanding items, e.g. unreturned library materials, late payment penalty, etc., please settle them with relevant offices as soon as possible.
The degree certificate is an important document. Please keep it in a safe place after collection. Please note that, for any degree certificates uncollected for SEVEN years from the award year, we regret that they may be destroyed without further notification.