BEng Energy Science and Engineering


Academic Year of Entry 2022/23
Mode of Funding Government funded
Admission Code 1694A
Mode of Study Full time
Indicative Intake Target
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Normal Duration of Programme 3 years (for Advanced Standing I)
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Major Leader
Dr Edwin TSO
General Enquiries
Miss Michelle WONG

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Entrance Requirements for Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants


To be considered for admission, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements and the following major-specific entrance requirements:

  • Good grades in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at a high school or post-secondary institution

For senior-year (Advanced Standing II) admission, applicants are normally expected to have completed a relevant Associate Degree/Higher Diploma with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of ≥3.0 or an equivalent overall mark, or a credit award in a science- or engineering-related discipline.


Curriculum Structure

For details of the programme’s curriculum structure, please visit the ‘Undergraduate Catalogue


What You Will Be Studying


This major aims to create a new generation of intellects/graduates capable of discovering and providing innovative solutions to the intricate issues of energy crisis, renewable energy, global warming, climate change and pollution. Such holistic education breaking down the barriers associated with traditional schools of knowledge is required to address our future energy security and its associated environmental issues, both locally and globally.


Student/Alumni Sharing

Integrated Enrichment Programme


Integrated Enrichment Programme comprises a wide range of co-curricular activities and training that are tailored for SEE undergraduate students. Through the programme, students will be exposed to not only summer study tours and regular student exchange, industry-ready internship, but also professional training in leadership, presentation skills, business etiquette, business communication, and so on. The series of co-curricular activities organized by SEE every year aims to equip our students to be all-round professionals who possess skillsets highly sought after by the job market.


Industry Ready Programme
Student Exchange & Summer Programme
Industrial Mentorship Programme
Career Aspiration & Development
Student Ambassadors


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Start Your Career Here


Graduates enjoy a wide range of career opportunities in various units such as government departments, NGOs, secondary schools and private companies:

  • Energy engineers in the following types of companies: utility (electricity and gas), energy services, environmental consulting, environmental engineering, transport (mass transit, buses, ferries, ocean-going vessels, airlines, aircraft services), government departments, etc.
  • Environmental/sustainability engineers  in corporations, property management companies, real-estate developers, and construction, manufacturing and transportation industries, etc.
  • Professionals in companies/institutes involved in researching, developing, manufacturing and/or selling products related to energy generation, storage, efficiency and conservation, and environmental technology to prevent, control, treat and remediate environmental pollution
  • Financial analysts and investors in financial institutions with business in energy and environmental investments and/or loans
  • Consultants in non-government organisations with activities related to energy and the environment
  • Secondary school teachers responsible for science and Liberal Studies curriculum


Professional Recognition


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


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.