2022 HKAS important dates

2022 key dates and deadlines for students in the BP201 Bachelor of Art (Fine Art) program at Hong Kong Arts School (HKAS).

To access the following course-related important dates, log in to Enrolment Online and select the View my calendar link.

Date Definition
The last date to add  The deadline to enrol in a class without college approval (calculated at 15% of the term duration).
The class census date The deadline to drop a class without receiving a withdrawn grade (calculated at 20% of the term duration).
The academic penalty date The deadline to drop a course without receiving a fully graded grade (0–100) (calculated at 66% of the term duration).
The result release date The date on which course results become available to you (can be anywhere between 7 and 28 days after the last day of the term).

January Semester important dates – undergraduate 2208

Date Event or deadline
6 January Student Orientation and welcoming session (Thursday)
7 January Classes begin (Friday)
7-18 January Intensive seminar
29 January Regular week classes begin (Saturday)
29 January Last date to add classes (Saturday)
1-3 February Chinese Lunar New Year public holidays (Tuesday - Thursday)
5 February  Census date (Saturday)
5 April Ching Ming Festival public holiday (Tuesday)
13 April
Academic penalty date (Wednesday)
15 April Good Friday public holiday
18 April  Easter Monday public holiday
1 May Labour Day (Sunday)
2 May The day following Labour day public holiday (Monday)
8 May Classes end (Sunday)
9-19 May Study break
9 May The day following Buddha's Birthday public holiday (Monday)
20 May Assessment period begins (Friday)
31 May Assessment periods ends (Tuesday)
3 June Tuen Ng/Dragon Boat Festival public holiday (Friday)

January Semester weeks 1-21

Week Dates
Week 1 3-9 January
Week 2 10-16 January
Week 3 17-23 January
Week 4 24-30 January
Week 5 31 January - 6 February
Week 6 7-13 February
Week 7 14-20 February
Week 8 21-27 February
Week 9 28 February - 6 March
Week 10 7-13 March
Week 11 14-20 March
Week 12 21-27 March
Week 13 28 March - 3 April
Week 14 4-10 April
Week 15 11-17 April
Week 16 18-24 April
Week 17 25 April - 1 May
Week 18 2-8 May
Week 19 16-22 May
Week 20 23-29 May
Week 21 30 May - 5 June

July Semester important dates – undergraduate 2248

Date Event or deadline
28 June Results release (Tuesday)
30 June Classes begin (Thursday)
30 June - 12 July  Intensive seminar
1 July HKSAR Establishment Day public holiday (Friday)
13 July - 5 August Study break
23 July  Last date to add classes (Saturday)
30 July Last date to apply to graduate (RMIT) (Saturday)
31 July  Census date (Sunday)
6 August  Regular Week classes begin (Saturday)
12 September The second day following the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival public holiday (Monday) 
1 October  National Day public holiday (Saturday)
4 October  Chung Yeung Festival public holiday (Tuesday)
8 October Academic penalty date (Saturday)
6 November  Classes end (Sunday)
7-17 November Study break
18 November  Assessment period begins (Friday)
28 November  Assessment period ends (Monday)
1-2 December  Commencing enrolment and re-enrolment sessions for 2023
12 December Results release date (Monday)

July Semester weeks 1-19

Week Dates
Week 1 27 June - 3 July
Week 2 4-10 July
Week 3 1-7 August
Week 4 8-14 August
Week 5 15-21 August
Week 6 22-28 August
Week 7 29 August - 4 September
Week 8 5-11 September
Week 9 12-18 September
Week 10 19-25 September
Week 11 26 September - 2 October
Week 12 3-9 October
Week 13 10-16 October
Week 14 17-23 October
Week 15 24-30 October
Week 16 31 October - 6 November
Week 17 14-20 November
Week 18 21-27 November
Week 19 28 November - 4 December
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