Frequently Asked Questions for Current Students
Students may use the CUSIS system functions to validate, enroll, drop, swap and update (i.e. make changes to their tutorials) the courses. Please click here for details of the functions.
You can check your enrollment status in the “Manage Classes > View My Classes” function, where you find the enrolled and waitlisted courses.
Yes, students can change their course selection during the add/drop period of the respective term. Please click here for the term’s add/drop period.
A student shall take at least 9 units and no more than 18 units of courses in any term within the normative study period. A student shall take no more than 6 units of courses in each summer session, and no student shall be allowed to take more than 39 units in an academic year. In accordance with clause 5.3 of the General Regulations Governing Full-time Undergraduate Studies for Students admitted to the 4-year curriculum in 2012-13 and thereafter, which stipulates: “under special circumstances a student may be allowed to take fewer than 9 units or more than 18 units in a term, or more than 39 units in an academic year if recommended by his/her Major Programme and approved by the Registrar.”
The information is available under CUSIS by navigating: Manage Classes > Enrollment Dates
The tuition fees are payable by two installments. The fees should be settled by the end of September and end of January for Term 1 and Term 2 respectively. Students may check payment information under CUSIS. Please click here for payment methods. The Registration and Examinations Section will make announcement in due course.
Academic Advisement is a function which enables student to view their academic progress facilitates academic planning. Academic advisement report generated by CUSIS only serves as a general reference of student fulfilment of graduation requirements. There are three types of academic advisement report in CUSIS, which are ‘Advisement Report’, ‘In-progress Report’ and ‘What-if Report’. Please click here for the report.
Please make your request to the Registration and Examinations Section (RES). Please click here for detailed procedures.
Yes, a student may register via CUSIS for one or more Minor Programmes. Student shall complete (a) the units of courses as prescribed by the Minor Programme/s; and (b) at least two-thirds of Minor requirements at this University.
Student can submit the application for Minor via CUSIS. The system opens for application from October to May of each year. The Registration and Examinations Section (RES) will make announcement in due course.