Direct Admissions Scheme to Senior Year Places 2013-14
The following programmes have set aside a certain number of senior year places (i.e. second-year student places of the three-year curriculum, unless otherwise specified) for direct entry by sub-degree (i.e. Associate Degree (AD) or Higher Diploma (HD)) graduates from community colleges in Hong Kong. You may click the respective bachelor's degree below for additional information of the programme.
|Programme of Study||Programme Code for the Direct Admissions Scheme to Senior Year Places||Programme Abbreviation||Number of Senior Year Places|
Bachelor of Arts:
(Subject to approval of the Faculty Board)
Bachelor of Science in Information Management
(Sub-degree graduates will be admitted to the first year of the two-year top-up programme)
Bachelor of Science:
Food and Nutritional Science
Mathematics / Physics
Ecology and Biodiversity
Bachelor of Social Sciences:
Geography, Politics and Public Administration, Psychology, and Sociology
(Students are not allowed to major in Social Work and Social Administration during their studies)
Bachelor of Engineering:
Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering)
Electronic and Communications
Industrial Engineering and Technology Management
Logistic Engineering and Supply Chain Management
Mechanical Engineering (Building Services Engineering)
Bachelor of Nursing
(Sub-degree graduates will be admitted to the second or third year of the four-year programme depending on their qualifications)
You are allowed to choose up to 5 programmes with senior year places. If you are also interested in admission as a first-year student under the four-year curriculum, you can include first-year programmes among your programme choice. For first-year programmes, your application will be considered together with other applicants from the non-JUPAS scheme. Please click here for the list of first-year programmes.
If you are made an offer to a first-year programme under the four-year curriculum, you may be granted credit units for advanced standing as recognised by this University from your previous education to shorten the length of time or reduce the credit units required for graduation.