|Year of Entry||2017|
|Mode of Funding||Government funded|
|Mode of Study||Full time|
|Normal Duration of Programme||2 years|
|Programme Website||Click here to open|
|Tuition Fee||Click here for more information|
Dr Richard KONG Yuen-chong
To be considered for admission, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements and have studied Biology and a science-related subject such as Chemistry, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics or Statistics at a high school or post-secondary institution.
For senior-year (Advanced Standing II) admission, applicants are normally expected to have completed an Associate Degree/Higher Diploma with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of ≥3.0 or an equivalent overall mark, or a credit award.
For details about the curriculum structure of the programme, please visit the ‘Undergraduate Catalogue’ (Note: The 2016 catalogue is for reference only. The 2017 catalogue will be published around July 2017.)
The College of Science and Engineering and the Department offer work placement opportunities through internship schemes that provide students with full-time job attachments to firms not only in Hong Kong, but also in the Pearl River Delta region and overseas. Through such placements, students will:
For details, please visit the College's Co-operative Education Centre website.
Furthermore, to help students broaden their educational horizons, gain language experience and enhance their awareness of different cultures, the Department, College and University offer around 200 credit-bearing exchange programmes with various partner institutions around the world including universities in Australia, Canada, Europe, the US and the Asia-Pacific region.
The Department also organises out-of-classroom learning activities to broaden students’ learning interests. These include:
Our courses are practical and based on examples from the local region. Many courses are augmented with laboratory sessions, field trips and field camps.
We aim to facilitate your active learning, rather than forcing you to memorise information. We use a range of strategies to help you learn, including: