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HK UPDATE: ENTRY OF NATIONALS OF VIETNAM FOR STUDY AND UNDER THE IMMIGRATION ARRANGEMENTS FOR NON-LOCAL GRADUATES
Greetings from the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in Singapore.
We would like to inform you that the entry policies for nationals of Vietnam for study and under the Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates (IANG) will be relaxed with effect from today (January 25). Under the latest policies, nationals of Vietnam will be eligible to enter Hong Kong for study in full-time locally-accredited local programmes at undergraduate or above level offered by the University Grants Committee (UGC)-funded institutions, excluding:
(i) self-financing programmes offered by the relevant institutions; and
(ii) programmes offered by the continuing and professional education arms of the relevant institutions.
Please note that the scope of relaxation does not cover exchange programmes or short-term studies offered by the relevant institutions. As a consequential relaxation, nationals of Vietnam who have graduated from the above mentioned studies may apply under IANG. However, other immigration policies in respect of nationals of Vietnam shall remain unchanged.
For more information, please refer to the following websites:
Guidebook for Entry for Study in Hong Kong
Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates
You are welcome to disseminate the message to your friends and associates who may be interested in learning more about the policy update. Thank you and have a great week ahead.
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