Old Hall located at 1/F & 2/F of Academic and Administration Building (Block M).
- Full-time non-local taught postgraduate students are eligible to apply for residence in Old Hall.
- Full-time incoming postgraduate exchange students (from institutions with established agreements with the university) are eligible to apply for residence of Old Hall.
The residential period is normally 10 months starting from mid-August.
|Residential Year||Residential Period Note1|
|2019/20||16 August 2019 – 15 June 2020|
|2019/20 (summer)||16 June 2020- 31 July 2020|
Note1 The period of residence stay will be confirmed and announced by SAO. The period of stay will be subject to review in the case there are changes in student status, study programmes and/or other circumstances. Upon completion of their normal study period, students will be required to move out before the end date of the normal study period or the specified date to be decided by SAO.
Facilities & Room Type
Old Hall offers 4-person bedroom, each room (20sq meter) is equipped with all the basics:
- Air conditioner with check-meter;
- One twin power socket and one data point;
- Loft bed, mattress, working desk and wardrobe;
- Communal washroom and bathroom
- Common area (1 room per floor)
- Commercial laundry machines (coin-operated)
|Room type||Fee per month per person Note 2|
|4-person (loft-bed) room||$3,000|
|The above rate excludes air-conditioning and laundry fee.
The hall fee will be collected in 2 instalments in each semester.
Note2 The above hall fee are tentative only and subject to review. It is expected that there will be an increase of residential colleges fee for 2020/21 and the confirmed charges shall be announced in due course. All paid fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Application Method & Deadline
Deadline: 15 May 2019
Eligible applicants are required to submit their application by returning the complete application form with supporting documents (if any) at email@example.com on or before 15 May 2019 with the subject “Application for Old Hall (new non-local TPGs)”.