Successful applicants can be reimbursed 60% of the tuition fees paid for the programme, maximum HK$36,000 per person. Applicants may apply for reimbursement for more than one eligible programmes.
(ii)Successfully enrolled for the first time into the relevant eligible programme.
Applicants are required to submit Vplus applications based on the programme applied and selected schedule of tuition fee payment, by each Professional Diploma, Professional Certificate or Module Certificate*. The Online application form, copy of HKID Card and bank account information should be submitted within 30 days from the programme commencement date. Application result will be announced normally 2 months after the respective application deadline (i.e. 3 months after the programme commencement).
Specialized self-financed part-time Creative Industries, Design and Information Technology (IT) programmes offered by VTC.
No. The applicant should have never applied for or been granted any financial assistance/ subsidy from the employer or any other form of government subsidy for the same programme.
Successful applicants will be reimbursed upon successful completion of the programme. Reimbursement amount will be calculated based on the actual tuition fee paid for the modules. It will be granted on a first-come-first-served basis.
Reimbursement will normally be made by direct credit to the bank account nominated by the successful applicant, in April, August and October.
1. Students must meet the minimum 70% of attendance (for Design programmes only); and
2. Students must obtain the passing grade which is 40 out of 100.
Applicant may check the following information through the system
1. Application result
2. Reimbursement records
Information Technology Programmes
*Example: for a Professional Diploma composed of 10 modules in total, applicants who choose to apply and pay tuition fees by modules are required to submit Vplus online applications for the 10 modules individually. So on and so forth.
Professional Diploma & Professional Certificate
Design and Creative Industries