This webpage is specially designed to help career teachers to advise students about JUPAS admissions.
Revisions to Programme Entrance Requirements
Admission Model for the School of Data Science
For 2019 entry, applicants may apply to JS1071 for admission to the School of Data Science with an undeclared major (students have a free choice of major after one year of study), or to JS1072 and JS1073 for direct entry to the major:
Changes to Admission Score Calculation
For 2019 entry, the admission score calculation is based on ‘four core subjects + two elective subjects’, except for the following programme.
For some programmes, changes have also been made to the weightings applied to individual subjects.
For details of our score calculation process, please click here.
The following programme will revise the entrance requirements in 2020 entry. For details, please click here.
JS1801 Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine
City University of Hong Kong aspires to become a world-leading university, excelling in research and professional education. We consistently perform strongly in global ranking exercises.
|College of Business
College of Engineering^
|College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences|
|College of Science^|
|Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences|
|School of Creative Media|
|School of Data Science|
|School of Law|
|School of Energy and Environment|
|Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies|
^ Established on 1 January 2019, following the restructuring of the former College of Science and Engineering
Useful Information for JUPAS Applicants
Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) students must apply for admission to a Bachelor’s degree programme for first-year studies. Depending on the programme, students are either admitted directly to a major in the first year or admitted to a school/department with an undeclared major (entering a major after one year of study).
“Discovery” and “Innovation” are integral parts of our 4-year undergraduate Discovery-enriched Curriculum (DEC) curriculum. The DEC has the goal of giving all of our students the opportunity to make original discoveries while at City University. The minimum graduation requirement for a 4-year degree programme is 120 credit units, subject to the different requirements of individual colleges/schools. Students are allowed to graduate with a maximum of 144 credit units, with the flexibility to enrich their studies with double majors or minors. For details, click here.
HKDSE applicants must fulfil the General Entrance Requirements of four core and two elective subjects for admission to the University. In addition to the General Entrance Requirements, some programmes have specific subject requirements. For details of our entrance requirements, please visit the following web pages.
For programmes offered by the University under JUPAS, please click here.
Selection criteria vary among programmes. Various types of admission score are calculated to facilitate the selection of applicants for admission. For details, please refer to the following webpages.
Bachelor’s degree programmes: https://www.admo.cityu.edu.hk/jupas/assessment/bd
Associate Degree programmes: https://www.admo.cityu.edu.hk/jupas/assessment/ad/
Score calculator: https://www.admo.cityu.edu.hk/assessment/score_calculation/
Interviews are conducted for most of our programmes. The selection of students for interview is primarily based on application information (e.g. band choices, exam results [if available], information on OEA forms and school reference reports). Interviews are usually conducted between May and July, before or after the announcement of public examination results. For details, please click here.
For details of the admission scores of our past JUPAS entrants, please click here.
The JUPAS website contains lots of useful information for JUPAS applicants. Click here for details.
CityU has established partnerships with the following world-renowned universities to offer joint Bachelor’s degree programmes.
On completion of the curriculum requirements of these joint degree programmes, students can earn two Bachelor'’s degrees (one from CityU, and the other from the partner university), normally within 4 years. CityU students who wish to be considered for joint degree programmes must be enrolled in 4-year degree programmes in the majors concerned. For details, click here.
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