Depending on your academic qualifications, you may seek admission to first-year studies or admission with advanced standing.
The following question will help you to identify the programmes for which you may apply.
|Step 1:||Create an account at www.admo.cityu.edu.hk/apply/system|
|Input your email address, personal details and a password to create an application account. A confirmation email showing your application number and electronic ID (EID) will be sent to your email address. Use the EID and your selected password to log in to your application account.|
|Step 2:||Complete your application|
Click on "Apply for New Programme(s)". Select "Application Type" (Bachelor's degree) and "Semester" (Semester A), then select the programme.
Follow the instructions to complete the relevant sections of the online application and click "SAVE" before proceeding to the next section or logging off.
|Step 3:||Upload supporting documents|
Please click here for a list of the required documents by qualification type for application review. For programme-specific documentation, please visit here for details. Scanned copies of these documents should be uploaded via your application account before submitting your application.
Please also note the following.
|Step 4:||Submit your application|
|Check the data you have entered before submitting your application.
Pay the application fee online. The fee (HK$200 per programme for local applicants) is non-refundable and non-transferrable. Your application will be processed only after the application fee has been paid. Please contact us if you encounter difficulties in paying online.
|Step 5:||Application acknowledgement|
|When you have successfully paid your application fee, you will see an online acknowledgement of your application. We will also send you an email to acknowledge receipt of your application. The programme name will appear under "Submitted Applications" section in your application account.|
|Step 6:||Amendment of information after submission of your application|
Once you have submitted your application, the system will not allow you to enter new data except to update the following fields via your application account:
If you have applied for admission through JUPAS, you should NOT submit another application to the University for admission to any programme offered under JUPAS. Any such direct application to the University will not be considered and any application fee paid will NOT be refunded.
Following the guidelines of the University Grants Committee (UGC), transfer applications from students currently enrolled in government-funded Bachelor's degree programmes at other local institutions are generally discouraged.
JUPAS applicants will be assessed on the basis of their HKDSE results. If you are an Associate Degree/Higher Diploma student and want the results of your current study to be considered, you may wish to apply directly to the University.
The online application fee for local applicants is HK$200 per programme. You can submit additional applications if you wish to apply for more than one programme. The application fee is non-refundable and non-transferable, and must be paid before your application can be processed.
When submitting your application for assessment, you are only required to pay the prescribed application fee, not any other fees, to the University.
If you wish to apply for more than one programme, log in to your application account, click on "Apply for New Programme(s)" and select an additional programme.
If you have applied for more than one programme, your programme choices will receive equal priority in our processing. Admission offers, if any, may be made at different times.
If you receive more than one admission offer from the University, the acceptance of a later offer will supersede and cancel the previous acceptance of any other offer(s). Note that at any one time, you can accept one admission offer only.
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Portfolio materials may include still photography, paintings/drawings, sculptures, musical compositions/performances, films/videos, software, multimedia productions, academic or creative writing, science projects and other forms of creative activity.
Please refer to the SCM's webpage at https://www.scm.cityu.edu.hk/portfolio for details of the portfolios submission period and specifications.
The information that you provide in your application, including your HKID card/passport/travel document number, examination results and qualifications, will be used for processing your application and other related purposes. Please click here for details.
Please note that by submitting your application, you authorize the University to obtain, and the relevant examination authority, academic institution or organisation to release, information about your examination results and records of studies, and participation in activities and the awards obtained. In accordance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, you have the right to access and to correct the personal data contained in the application, and the right to request a copy of such data during the admission exercise. If you wish to obtain more information, please write to the University. You may be charged a fee for each request. Data for unsuccessful applications and unenrolled applicants will be destroyed at the end of the admission exercise.
The admission of applicants to the University is based on academic criteria and other specified entrance requirements. If you have a physical or other disability, you are not required to declare this at the application stage. However, if you need assistance regarding your application (e.g. to attend an interview), you may discuss your needs with the University to allow special arrangements to be made if practicable.
Applicants are reminded not to offer advantages to any members of the University in connection with their applications. Such offers may constitute a bribery offence in Hong Kong. The University also forbids its staff from soliciting or accepting such offers.
Admission offers are mostly made from January to May. The selection process is normally completed by the end of July for local applicants. Offers will continue when vacancies arise, until the start of Semester A.
Final-year high-school students or students enrolled in post-secondary programmes may receive conditional offers based on their latest results.
You can access your application account using the electronic ID and password created at the time of application. Through your application account, you can check the outcome of your application. If your application is successful, we will notify you by email, and you will be able to retrieve your admission offer letter via your application account. No hardcopy letter will be issued.
Successful applicants must indicate their acceptance and pay the acceptance fee before the reply deadline. The acceptance fee is NOT refundable or transferable except under the following circumstances.
Upon enrolment, the non-refundable acceptance fee paid at the time of admission will be credited towards your tuition fee. The balance of the fee required for the first semester of study will be collected following the University's fee payment schedule.
If requested by the University, you should present the ORIGINAL certificate/official certification of your qualifications as stated in your application (e.g. transcripts, award certificates, English test results and an officially certified English translation where applicable) for verification before starting your study.
Applicants who receive a conditional offer should also supply the documentation certifying the fulfilment of conditions before the deadline indicated in the admission offer letter. The University reserves the right to decide whether the submitted documents are acceptable. If you fail to provide the documentation acceptable to the University for verification, your admission offer will be withdrawn and your enrolment at the University will also be rescinded. Any fees paid will not be refunded.
After you have accepted the admission offer and paid the acceptance fee, the Academic Regulations and Records Office will contact you from July onwards regarding the arrangements for enrolment, student ID card, class schedule and course registration. If you fail to complete the enrolment procedure by the specified date, you will be considered as having given up the place for admission, and any fees paid will not be refunded.
The University reserves the right to cancel any programmes in which case all fees paid by applicants will be refunded.