School of Energy and Environment (options: BEng Energy Science and Engineering, BEng Environmental Science and Engineering)


Year of Entry 2018
Mode of Funding Government funded
Admission Code 1051
School of Energy and Environment (options: BEng Energy Science and Engineering, BEng Environmental Science and Engineering)
Mode of Study Full time
Indicative Intake Target
JUPAS and non-JUPAS government-funded places : 68
Direct Application Places (Local Students) :

14 for the School of Energy and Environment

Non-Local Students Places : Please click here for details.
Normal Duration of Programme 4 years
Programme Website Click here to open
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/CityUSEE
Tuition Fee Click here for more information
Direct/Non-JUPAS Application Deadline
4 Jan 2018 (Local & Non-local)
Major Leader
Dr Patrick SIT
Major Leader
Dr Ian RIDLEY
General Enquiries
Miss Michelle WONG
Remark:

For JUPAS applicants, the programme code is JS1051.




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School of Energy and Environment

The School performs cutting-edge research and provides professional education on globally hot issues related to energy and the environment. The development of technologies that can generate clean and sustainable energy, together with studies on the impact of energy use and production on the environment and global climate change, must therefore be at the forefront of energy and environmental research.

To mitigate climate change resulting from the overuse of fossil fuels, governments, industries and business sectors have been gearing up to use technologies focused on energy efficiency and conservation. This is where the School of Energy and Environment, as an educator, steps in to provide the required training.

學院注重跨學科的教學,與大學多個學系及學院合作,課程內容涵蓋眾多領域,促使學生在跨學科環境下探索求知。學院先為學生建立廣闊的基礎,然後帶領他們深入研習能源及環境的相關科目。學生在第一學年須修讀數學、電腦、物理、化學、生物等基礎科學科目,以了解各門科學在能源和環境課題上的應用。第二年,學生將根據自己被編配的主修學科進一步修讀跟「能源科學及工程學」或「環境科學及工程學」課程相關的科目。

 

Mission

We aim to:

  • advance research on targeted themes that benefit society’s energy, environment, and sustainability needs;
  • educate engineers and professionals at undergraduate and graduate levels by adopting holistic approaches that provide innovative solutions to local and regional problems concerning energy, the environment and sustainability;
  • Maintain a collaborative and supportive atmosphere in which students, faculty, alumni and other stakeholders can advance our interdisciplinary research and educational objectives.

Admission Arrangements for Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

Applicants to this programme (admission code: 1051) will be considered for admission to first-year studies at the School of Energy and Environment. Students will enter a major (current major options: Energy Science and Engineering; Environmental Science and Engineering) after one year of study. The top 20% of students# will have a free choice of majors offered by the School. The other 80% of students will be allocated a major within the School, subject to the availability of places and the selection criteria set by individual majors.

# based on CGPA with no failed grades and completion of at least 30 credit units including College/Department required courses

 

Applicants seeking advanced standing entry can submit an application for the following programmes:

 

  • BEng Energy Science and Engineering (admission code: 1694A)
  • BEng Environmental Science and Engineering (admission code: 1702A)

 

Click here for the qualifications eligible for advanced standing entry.


Entrance Requirements for Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

To be eligible for admission, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements.  In addition to meeting the entrance requirements, applicants are expected to have studied a subject related to Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics at a high school or post-secondary institution.


First-Year Curriculum

 

Subject Area

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

Gateway Education (GE)

GE1401 and

GE2410

OR

EL0200A and EL0200B

 

(i) University English and

English for Engineering

OR

(ii) English for Academic Purposes 1 and English for Academic Purposes 2

(depending on students’ language background)

6

GE courses in Distributional Areas

9

Mathematics

 

MA1200

OR

MA1300

Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra I

OR

Enhanced Calculus and Linear Algebra I

3

MA1201

OR

MA1301

Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra II

OR

Enhanced Calculus and Linear Algebra II

3

Computing

SEE1002

Introduction to Computing for Energy and Environment

3

Energy/Environment SEE1003 Introduction to Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering 3

Physics

AP1201

General Physics I

3

Chemistry

BCH1100

Chemistry

3

Biology

BCH1200

Discovery in Biology

3

Total:

36

 

For the full curriculum structure, please refer to the School website at http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/see/major_ese.htm#curriculum (for major in Energy Science and Engineering) and http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/see/major_eve.htm#curriculum (for major in Environmental Science and Engineering).



Student Exchange/Internship

Student Exchange Programme

 To widen the global horizon and enhance the learning experience, students are encouraged to join the Student Exchange Programme, which allows them to undertake part of their degree study abroad. SEE students can apply for exchange places at our partner institutions for both institutional and school level programmes.

Internship Programme

The Internship Programme follows the learning outcomes of our Bachelor’s programmes in fostering students with a clear understanding and appreciation of energy and environmental issues encountered by the government, business, industry and the community at large. The internship is conducted during either the summer break between the first and second year or the second and third year of undergraduate study, as arranged with our internship partners. Students normally spend about 8 weeks on the internship. Some companies/organisations may offer students one-year placements.


Professional Recognisation

Our undergraduate Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering programme is accredited by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) and meets the academic requirement for HKIE Corporate Membership in both the energy and environmental disciplines, while the Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering programme is in the process of seeking accreditation by the HKIE.

The HKIE has agreements for reciprocal recognition of professional qualifications with engineering authorities in Australia, Canada, Ireland, the Mainland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and agreements of co-operation with other organisations in Europe, the Mainland, North America and Southeast Asia.


Major Option(s) Currently Available (The University reserves the right to make changes to the major offerings.)