Open University of Hong Kong: Statistics
|#2208 of 14,131||In the World|
|#657 of 5,830||In Asia|
|#241 of 960||In China|
|#9 of 11||In Hong Kong|
|#789 of 1,006||For Early Childhood Education|
- Highest Degree
- Acceptance rate
* The Open University of Hong Kong is among the institutions that don't provide data on acceptance rates. This might happen because a university has programs where an applicant only needs to meet admission requirements to enroll and doesn't necessarily competes with others.
We estimate the above acceptance rate based on admission statistics of closely-ranked nearby universities with similar research profiles that do publish such data.
Acceptance rate & Admissions
|Admissions Requirements||For undergraduate programmes, students should hold the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education or equivalent. For postgraduate programmes, students should have an undergraduate degree.|
|Full time employee||1,750|
Publications & Citations
Open University of Hong Kong majors
by publication & citation count
Annual publication & citation counts
The Open University of Hong Kong has on-campus housing.
Programs and Degrees
|Design | Arts | Humanities||+||+||+||–|
|Business | Politics | Social Sciences||+||+||+||+|
|Languages | Culture | Linguistics||+||+||+||–|
|Nursing | Health | Pharmacy | Medicine||+||+||–||–|
|Engineering | IT||+||+||–||–|
|Maths | Natural Sciences||+||+||+||–|
|Associate Degree||Business Administration, Education, Information Technology, Natural Sciences|
|Higher Diploma||Business Administration, Civil Engineering, Criminology, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Japanese, Media Studies, Preschool Education, Psychology, Tourism|
|Bachelor's Degree||Child Care and Development, Computer Science, Education, Electronic Engineering, English, Management, Nursing, Preschool Education, Special Education|
|Bachelor's Degree Honours||Accountancy, Administration, Artificial Intelligence, Banking, Biological and Life Sciences, Business Computing, Chinese, Communication Arts, Computer Engineering, Computer Networks, Computer Science, E- Business/Commerce, Education, Educational Administration, Electronic Engineering, Engineering, English, Environmental Studies, Finance, Food Science, Foreign Languages Education, Human Resources, International Business, Management, Marketing, Nursing, Preschool Education, Primary Education, Psychology, Public Administration, Real Estate, Sports Management, Taxation, Tourism, Translation and Interpretation, Transport Management|
|Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma||Education, Primary Education, Secondary Education|
|Master's Degree||Accountancy, Applied Linguistics, Business Administration, Education, Environmental Studies, Finance, Foreign Languages Education, Literature, Management, Marketing, Multimedia, Natural Resources, Nursing, Real Estate, Social Sciences, Tourism, Translation and Interpretation, Writing|
|Master of Philosophy||Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences|
|Doctor's Degree||Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Philosophy, Social Sciences|
- 1996-.. (age 27)
- civil rights advocateschoolchildpolitician
Joshua Wong Chi-fung is a Hong Kong activist and politician. He served as secretary-general of the pro-democracy party Demosistō until it disbanded following the implementation of the Hong Kong national security law on 30 June 2020. Wong was previously convenor and founder of the Hong Kong student activist group Scholarism. Wong first rose to international prominence during the 2014 Hong Kong protests, and his pivotal role in the Umbrella Movement resulted in his inclusion in TIME magazine's Most Influential Teens of 2014 and nomination for its 2014 Person of the Year; he was further called one of the "world's greatest leaders" by Fortune magazine in 2015, and nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017.
- Born in
- 1954-.. (age 69)
Zhong Shanshan is a Chinese billionaire businessman.
- Born in
- 1967-.. (age 56)
- screenwriterfilm director
Scud is the professional name of Guangzhou, China-born Hong Kong film producer, screenwriter and film director, Danny Cheng Wan-Cheung (Chinese: 雲翔). He says that he chose the name "Scud" to match his Chinese name, which translates in English as "Scudding Clouds". His films explore somewhat taboo themes within Hong Kong cinema, including same-sex relationships and drug-taking. His film-making style eschews cynicism or gritty realism, and embraces an acceptance of the life choices made by his characters, rather than a search for "solutions". Scud has cited Pier Paolo Pasolini, Yukio Mishima, Pedro Almodovar and Peter Greenaway as directors who have influenced his work.
- 1978-.. (age 45)
- politiciantrade unionist
Michael Luk Chung-hung is a Hong Kong politician. He is a member of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions (HKFTU) and the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong (DAB). He is also member of the Yuen Long District Council since 2003 for Tin Heng and member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong for Labour functional constituency elected in the 2016 Hong Kong Legislative Council election. He lost his district council seat in 2019 following a rout of pro-Beijing candidates amidst the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests.
Ken Chow Wing-kan
- 1966-.. (age 57)
Chow Wing Kan, was a member of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance and the Liberal Party, and is currently a political figure of the Hong Kong Pro-Beijing camp. He has been working in the district of Tin Shui Wai, Yuen Long District for many years. He has served as a member of the Yuen Long District Council since October 1994 and has been re-elected five times until his re-election failed in 2019.
- Born in
- 2001-.. (age 22)
Honcques Laus is a Hong Kong pro-independence activist, utilitarian, and writer. He is the founding and current chairperson of the Hongkonger Utilitarian Party and former Ming Pao Student Reporter. In 2017, he displayed a slogan showing 'Hong Kong independence' during a Ming Pao student event attended by the Chief Executive Carrie Lam. In 2020, he fled to the United Kingdom due to the controversial national security law passed in June, and was wanted by the Hong Kong Police Force later after.
|Alternative names||OUHK |
|Motto||Education for All|
Location and Contacts
|Address|| 30 Good Shepherd Street, Homantin, Kowloon |
|Phone||+852 2711 2100|
|Fax||+852 2715 0760|