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The Office of Student Affairs (SA) aims to facilitate students’ development of whole person and cultivate a caring, respectful and stimulating learning environment on campus. SA provides quality services and co-curricular programmes, including leadership training, counselling and mental health enhancement, career advising and preparation, accommodation services, student organization support and campus facilities provision such as student lockers, clinic and learning commons, etc. There are different sections under SA to support students in different areas.

Sections under the Office of Student Affairs​ 

Sections Services
Campus life and Support Section

Manage facilities under SA and coordinate Students’ Union and other student organisations to enrich students’ campus life.

(Student organisations can generally be categorised into academic societies and interest clubs. The student organisations commonly recruit members in September and October.)
Career Centre
Guide students to find their career direction and to prepare for work through different programmes.
Counselling and Development Centre

Provide professional counselling services, and enhance students’ psychological competence and mental health.

Leadership and Qualities Centre
Develop students’ global vision through both local and overseas service-learning and community engagement projects.
Student Accommodation Section
Manage student accommodation and help students to blend into their residential community.


The Counselling and Development Centre is dedicated to offering professional counselling services which help students to explore and understand themselves better, so that they can become more self-directing and self-actualizing individuals. Psychological counsellors can work with students on issues including study problems, university life adjustment, emotion management, psychological competence and interpersonal relationships, etc.


Counselling and Development Centre, Office of Student Affairs
Telephone number 3411 7435
Address WLB 403, The Wing Lung Bank Building for Business Studies, Shaw Campus
Opening hours Monday to Friday
Saturday, Sunday and public holiday
9:00am - 1:00pm, 2:00pm - 5:30pm
The Mainland Student Services Unit, which is under the Counselling and Development Centre of Office of Student Affairs, is established to support all Mainland students in HKBU. The unit aims at facilitating Mainland students to adapt to the life in Hong Kong, understand the local culture and assimilate into HKBU and Hong Kong society. The unit provides mentoring services and a wide range of activities like orientation programmes, workshops and seminars, cultural visits, community services and cultural tours. On top of facilitating Mainland students’ adaptation and enhancing their understanding in Hong Kong culture, some of the programmes also provide a platform for cultural exchange between local and Mainland students.

Meet our officers


Miss Nikki Huang
Guidance Services Manager



Miss Karmen Cheng
Senior Guidance Services Officer




Mr Zac Cheung
Senior Guidance Services Officer


Mainland Student Services Unit, Counselling and Development Center, Office of Student Affairs
Contact 3411 2328
Address WLB 403, The Wing Lung Bank Building for Business Studies, Shaw Campus
Opening hours Monday to Friday
Saturday, Sunday and public holiday
9:00am - 1:00pm, 2:00pm - 5:30pm

Information of the programmes is available on the website. Please check it frequently for updated information.



Academic Registry

The Academic Registry is a key unit supporting the study programmes.  Its main services include student admission, scheduling of classes and examinations, academic quality assurance, student record services and other academic related administrative matters such as minor application and arrangements of graduation, etc.

Academic Registry:

Graduate School

The Graduate School is responsible for funding application, publication and external liaison of various research projects.

Graduate School:

Office of Information Technology

The Office of Information Technology is responsible for the University’s technical infrastructure and computing system, including the computers on campus, electronic devices, Wi-Fi system, print quota of students and other related services and facilities.

Office of Information Technology:

Faculties, Schools and Academic Departments

Each department is responsible for designing and managing their own academic programmes, assigning professors, lecturers and tutors and assessing students’ academic results.

Faculties, Schools and Academic Departments: