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We have general guidelines in place for students with disabilities, providing them an equal opportunity to be admitted and to be successful in their studies. For more details, please refer to the relevant webpage. MPI strives to maintain an excellent quality control on the provision of learning opportunities so that the rights of disabled students are respected. Such measures include:

  • All MPI staff members have the responsibility to support students with disabilities;
  • Policy for students with a disability has been formulated to support the provision of learning opportunities to students with disabilities;
  • In order to provide support to students with disabilities, barrier-free access to campus locations is available;
  • Classrooms on the ground floor and convenient parking lots are allocated to students with disabilities;
  • MPI also assists financially-challenged students with disabilities by offering an MPI grant each academic year;
  • The counsellors of the Welfare and Recreation Department provide individual support to students with disabilities;
  • To improve the disability support services and to make the necessary special arrangements in advance, a special section has been included in the MPI Application Form for declaring one’s disability;
  • Applicants to MPI and existing students have the right to disclose their disability, if any. This information will be used by the disability advisor to offer advice and support;
  • MPI is committed to treating students with disabilities equally, and the Welfare and Recreation Department ensures the equality of opportunity for students with disabilities in all aspects of their learning at MPI.

Please click here for details of special examination arrangements for students with disabilities joining the JAE.

Datas Importantes
2018-01-29 ~ 2018-07-13Inscrição -- Admissão Directa
Número dos estudantes que podem receber bolsas de estudo por ano: mais de 680 pessoas

Lam Pak HongGraduate of Public Administration
Courses in philosophy, political science, sociology and psychology equipped me with theoretical knowledge and critical thinking skills, while those related to languages, management, law and computing improved my practical knowledge. Both aspects are very much helpful to my current job as a civil servant.