The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong has a history of more than one hundred years. Among them, the oldest building is the headquarters building, which has been listed as a statutory monument in Hong Kong. Most buildings on the main campus have decades of history and are therefore barrier-free Facilities are relatively scarce; however, the school has continued to renovate the main campus in recent years. The building equipment has basically met the current barrier-free requirements. The overall space is relatively large and barrier-free facilities are relatively complete, which meets the needs of the disabled.
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Due to the inconvenient location and the complicated terrain, HKUST has rarely admitted students with mobility impairments in the past. However, since the admission of the first student with mobility impairments in recent years, the school has taken the initiative to improve barrier-free facilities There has been a lot of progress in the past. If you are interested in studying at PolyU, you can participate in the annual Admission Information Day and apply for courses through general admission arrangements.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Due to geographical convenience, PolyU has accepted many different mobility-impaired students, and there will also be special computer rooms for wheelchair users. If you are interested in studying at PolyU, you can participate in the annual Admission Information Day. And apply for courses through general admission arrangements. The school will make special arrangements for students with reduced mobility. For details, please refer to the last part of this article.
The Education University of Hong Kong
The university is funded by the University of Education. It is located on the outskirts of Tai Po. There are no supporting facilities near the campus. The closest shopping mall has to take public transportation such as buses or taxis. The location is quite inconvenient. After the Educational Academy was upgraded to the 'University of Education', many renovation projects were carried out, and barrier-free facilities were added. After completion, it generally meets the current barrier-free facilities requirements.
City University of Hong Kong
The City University of Hong Kong is adjacent to a large mid-to-high-end shopping mall Festival Walk and public housing estate Nanshan Village; it is also connected to the MTR Kowloon Tong Station. Take the Kwun Tong Line to Kowloon Central and Kowloon East or take the East The railway line is very convenient to reach the New Territories East and the New Territories North. In recent years, the school has carried out a large-scale renovation project on the main campus that was completed in the 1980s. The barrier-free facilities after the renovation basically meet the current requirements.
The Open University of Hong Kong
The Open University of Hong Kong is located in Homantin, Kowloon. It is the only self-financing university founded by the Hong Kong government. The three buildings on the main campus, A, B, and C, are well-equipped with barrier-free facilities. Basically meet the current requirements; the newer Jockey Club Campus Blocks D and E also generally meet the requirements of today's barrier-free facilities, and there are auxiliary learning facilities specially designed for the disabled.
Hong Kong Baptist University
The Shanheng campus of Hong Kong Baptist University was completed as early as 1966, and barrier-free facilities are relatively lacking. Most places use stairs to go up and down, which makes wheelchair users inconvenient; Shaw campus and Baptist University Road campus They were completed in 1995 and 1998 respectively. The barrier-free facilities are relatively complete, and there are more lifts and ramps for wheelchair users to get on and off.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong is the largest university in Hong Kong. It takes a few minutes to half an hour to walk through different classrooms on mountain roads at any time, so teachers and students will choose to shuttle the school bus to and from the place of class. It is more inconvenient for wheelchair users to live on their own. CUHK has been carrying out extensive renovations to increase barrier-free facilities to meet the needs of the disabled.
The number of barrier-free facilities on the Lingu campus is still sufficient. There is usually at least one accessible toilet in each major teaching building, and more accessible toilets on the platform level Toilets are available; all floors of each teaching building are accessible by barrier-free lifts, which are convenient for wheelchair users.
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Buildings completed earlier on campus, such as the teaching and administration building, have relatively few barrier-free facilities, but after the 2018 renovation, the barrier-free facilities of the teaching and administration building have been improved and equipped with barrier-free toilets , All floors of the building are accessible by barrier-free elevators, which can basically facilitate wheelchair users. The care of the new and old facilities for people with reduced mobility is very different.
Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is the only public institution in Hong Kong that specializes in cultivating performing arts talents. It is also the highest academic institution in the field of arts in Hong Kong. It is only 15 minutes away from MTR Wan Chai Station, next to Gloucester There are also many bus routes to and from Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. The location is fairly convenient. It takes about 10 minutes to reach the Central and Western Promenade and Tamar Park.