Students Scholarship for Undergraduate Studies
at Lingnam University, Hong Kong
Applicants are not required to indicate which
curriculum (3-year or 4-year) they are applying.
They will be considered and suitably admitted
to the appropriate curriculum according to
their education background and qualifications.
Non-local applicants (other than Hong Kong
and the Chinese Mainland citizens) should
have attained at a recognised post-secondary
institution outside Hong Kong an equivalent
qualification to the Admission Requirements
of the University, as stipulated below:
• a degree, a sub-degree or a diploma
awarded by a recognised post-secondary institution;
• an International Baccalaureate
• High School Diploma
plus minimum of 1650 on SAT I^;
• satisfactory completion
of the first year in a four-year undergraduate
curriculum or the first year of a sub-degree
programme of a recognised post-secondary institution;
• satisfactory completion
of two years of full-time study in a post-Form
Five institution, e.g. a technical institute;
• other equivalent qualifications
which the University will consider on a case-by-case
They may be required to achieve:
• a minimum of Grade
C in English in the GCE O-Level or GCSE Examination
or an equivalent public examination; or
• a TOEFL score of 213
in the computer-based test, or 550 in the
paper-based test, or 79 in the internet-based
• an IELTS overall band
score of 5.5.
Non-local applicants who enter
Hong Kong for the purpose of education should
make sure that they are eligible to apply
for a student visa/entry permit* issued by
the Director of Immigration of the HKSAR Government
to stay in Hong Kong for the entire period
of study at the University. The University
will provide assistance as far as possible.
* (subject to confirmation of the HKSAR Government)
including but not limited to holders of work
visa, dependant visa, graduates under "Immigration
Arrangements for Non-local Graduates"
^ For admission to 4-year programmes only.
Step 1: Before you submit an application
Please study our undergraduate programmes
details before you apply. The application
period for admission is from 15 December 2011
to 31 March 2012. Online applications received
after 31 March 2012 will be regarded as late
applications. Late applicants have a lower
chance of being admitted. No applications
will be accepted after 10 July 2012.
Step 2: Check admission requirements
To be admitted, you must have fulfilled the
General Entrance Requirements and the Programme
Entrance Requirements for the programmes you
choose. The University may also consider other
acceptable qualifications for applicants who
possess other qualifications.
Step 3: Submit an application
You can apply for admission by submitting
an online application.
Step 4: Pay the application fee
Please click here for details of application
fee and payment methods. Please note that
all application fees are not refundable and/or
You should support all information provided
by attaching photocopies of relevant documents
to your application. You will be asked to
present the original documents for verification
if you are offered admission. Any false, unclear
or misleading information given in the application
may disqualify your application and any fees
paid will not be refunded.
Please refer to the Instructions
for Completing Online Application. Please
clickto complete an online application.
To view a demonstration showing you how to
complete an online application, please click
Step 5: Acknowledgement of Application for
Applicants are advised to print/save a copy
of completed application form submitted for
retention. An acknowledgement with an assigned
application number will be sent to you by
email after you have submitted the application.
If you do not receive any acknowledgement
email after submission of application, please
contact us at UGadm@LN.edu.hk.
For more information, you may go to Frequently
Asked Questions and Undergraduate Prospectus
Non-local students who wish to apply for the
Non-local Student Scholarships, please click
here for details.