|Academic Year of Entry||2020/21|
|Mode of Funding||Government funded|
ASc Architectural Studies
|Mode of Study||Full time|
|Indicative Intake Target
(subject to change)
JUPAS and non-JUPAS government-funded places : 92 (local students)
|Normal Duration of Programme||2 years|
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|Tuition Fee||Click here for more information|
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This programme is available to local students only.
The Associate of Science in Architectural Studies programme, offered by the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, provides a sound education and training for students to become technically competent personnel in the architectural profession.
The programme seeks to prepare students for a role that is complementary to that of the architect in the preparation of design and production information for building projects, and provides a broad-based academic foundation for further academic and career development. Graduates may apply to enter full-time architectural studies degree programmes offered by CityU and other local institutions, or pursue further study with credit transfer in overseas universities.
To be considered for admission, you must satisfy the minimum entrance requirements.
Admitted students will study the courses of this Associate Degree programme starting from the first year, together with University Requirements on Language and Gateway Education courses. The curriculum is designed around a series of progressive integrated design studio courses and supplemented by subject courses in the areas of communication studies, social studies, environmental studies, technical studies and professional practice.
Graduates meeting the admission requirement may be admitted to CityU’s BSc Architectural Studies programme via senior-year (Advanced Standing II) admission*. The normal duration to complete both ASc Architectural Studies and BSc Architectural Studies are four years.
From December 2014 the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Architectural Studies has been granted an Accreditation of Part I (pre-professional) by the HKIA/ARB.