Before submitting a direct application, please check the list of undergraduate programmes offered by the University.
Applications for Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine programme are accepted starting 3 October 2016. Applications for other Bachelor's degree and government-funded Associate Degree programmes are accepted starting 1 November 2016. The deadline for applications varies by programme. Please refer to the programme list for the deadlines specific to individual programmes.
For admission to the programmes offered by the University, applicants must meet both the University's General Entrance Requirements and the entrance requirements as specified by individual degrees/majors, if applicable.
To submit an application online, create an application account, select a programme and fill out the application.
You can submit additional applications if you wish to apply for more than one programme. If you receive more than one admission offer from the University, acceptance of a later offer will supersede earlier acceptance of other offer(s). Note that at any one time, you can accept one admission offer only.
Non-local applicants are persons who require a student visa/entry permit issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department to study in Hong Kong. Persons holding a HONG KONG PERMANENT IDENTITY CARD, a dependant visa or a full-time employment visa/work permit (for part-time study) issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department are NOT considered non-local applicants. If you need further advice on visa requirements, please consult the website of the Hong Kong Immigration Department.
Please ensure that all required sections (including the supplementary form if needed) are completed online. Upload the supporting documents (e.g. academic transcripts, predicted IB/GCEAL grades, IELTS/TOEFL score reports) at the same time to avoid delaying the evaluation of your application.
The application fee is HK$200 per programme. Payment must be made using a credit card (VISA or Master Card) through the online application system.
You are only required to pay the prescribed application fee but not any other fees to the University to submit your application for assessment.
You can access your application account with the electronic ID and password created at the time of application. Through your application account, you can check your application result, update correspondence information and upload supporting documents.
If you have applied for admission through JUPAS, you should NOT submit an application to the University again for any programmes listed under JUPAS. Otherwise, your direct application to the University will not be considered and any application fee paid will NOT be refunded. You may, however, still submit a direct application to the University for non-government funded programmes that are not offered through JUPAS.
When will the application result be announced?
Admission offers for local applicants are mostly made between February and July. Offers to non-local applicants may be issued earlier. The selection process is normally completed by the end of June for non-local applicants, and by the end of July for local applicants.
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