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Local Students (Non-JUPAS Year 1 Admissions)

For applicants seeking admissions on the strength of qualifications other than Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education

For applicants currently undertaking undergraduate studies in UGC-funded institutions and seeking transfer admissions

 


For applicants seeking admissions on the strength of qualifications other than Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education

You are eligible to apply for admission, if by 1 September of the year in which admission is sought, you possess any of the following qualifications:

- GCE-AL/International-AL: 3AL/ 2AL+2AS in one sitting (All grades must be obtained from examinations taken within a twelve-month period prior to 1 September of the year in which admission is sought.)
- International Baccalaureate Diploma (for preferred subject requirements of the programmes, please click here)
- A recognised non-local qualification which qualifies them for admission to a university in the country/region where such qualification is originated (e.g. high school diploma plus SAT/ ACT/ AP in USA, UEC/ STPM in Malaysia, ATAR in Australia, OSSD/ BC diploma in Canada, GSAT/AST in Taiwan, AISSCE (CBSE)/ ISC in India, SMA in Indonesia, etc.)

Click  here  for more information.

 

Post-secondary qualifications

- Completed at least one year of undergraduate study at a recognised university

 - Completed at least one year of study leading to the qualification of associate degree/higher diploma or its equivalent

Applicants with local associate degree/higher diploma qualifications may apply for first year and/or senior year admission.

HKALE

i. HKCEE, grade E or above in at least seven subjects; and

ii. HKALE, grade E or above in at least 2 AL and 2 AS subjects (one of the two AL subjects may be substituted by two additional AS subjects. AS subjects refer to all AS subjects under HKALE including Chinese Language & Culture and Use of English)

 

Mature Applicants
- Mature persons aged 23 or above on 1 September in the year in which admission is sought, provided they are able to show either by publication or by other acceptable evidence that they have achieved sufficient competence in their chosen field of study to justify admission; or have shown exceptional ability in appropriate academic or professional fields
 
 
Exceptional Achievements
- Have other exceptional achievements which merit admission

 

For applicants currently undertaking undergraduate studies in UGC-funded institutions and seeking transfer admissions

According to the guidelines of the University Grants Committee (UGC), unless under exceptional circumstances, applicants who may have to repeat a year of study on transfer across institutions should generally be given a lower priority in admissions.

 

Please also refer to the Language Requirements and the Programme-specific Requirements.

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