The HKSYU Registry plays a key role in providing administrative support to students and academic departments on academic matters.

Major Responsibilities


  • Promotion of programmes
  • Student admissions
  • Registration of new and current students
  • Classes scheduling
  • Courses enrolment
  • Arrangement of final examination schedule and venues
  • Processing student assessments
  • Maintenance of student records
  • Issuance of official documents such as testimonials, transcripts and graduation certificates
  • Administrative support to departmental meetings and university committees
  • Liaison with teaching staff


RHB305-306, Research Complex High Block, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Braemar Hill, North Point, Hong Kong

Office Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:00AM to 1:00PM; 2:00PM to 6:30PM
Saturday: 9:00AM to 1:00PM
Public Holidays and School Holidays: Closed

Contact Us

Tel: +852 25707110
Fax: +852 28068044

Adverse Weather Arrangements

Typhoon Signal No.8 or above /
Black Rainstorm in force
Classes or Examinations Arrangement
At or after 7:00am Classes/Examinations in morning sessions from 9:10am to 1:40pm will be cancelled.
At or After 12:00noon Classes/Examinations in afternoon sessions from 1:50pm to 6:15pm will be cancelled.
At or after 4:00pm Classes/Examinations in evening sessions from 6:40pm to 9:20pm will be cancelled.

Important Notes:

  1. All classes and examinations will be held as scheduled when Typhoon Signal No.1 or 3 or the Amber or Red Rainstorm Warning Signal is hoisted.
  2. In case the Hong Kong Observatory announces that the Signal No. 8 or above is likely to be hoisted within a time range, the start time will be used.
  3. Arrangement of classes/examinations due to adverse weather conditions will also be announced on Moodle.
  4. When Typhoon Signal No.8 or above /Black Rainstorm is in force, all examinations that have already started will continue until the end of that examination session unless the venue is risky to candidates.
  5. The Registry will take into consideration of the adverse weather conditions in case students cannot attend the classes or examinations.