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Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance

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工學士(環境科學及工程學)與工商管理學士(金融)
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Double Degree Programme - Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
Academic Year of Entry
Admission Code

1052 (JS1052)

Indicative Intake Target

10 (For First Year Entry)

Normal Duration of Programme
5 Years
Programme Leader and Admissions Tutor
Professor Jason LAM
Deputy Programme Leader and Deputy Admissions Tutor
Professor Qianqian HUANG
Why BEng in Environmental Science and Engineering and BBA in Finance?

As the demand for professionals with expertise in environmental engineering, green finance, and Environment Social Governance (ESG) continues to rise, it has become increasingly apparent that there is a shortage of local financial professionals with expertise in ESG, as noted in the Chief Executive’s 2022 Policy Address.  Given Hong Kong’s strength as an international financial centre, it is imperative to further establish its status as a preferred ESG investment hub. Investors will likely shift their priority to companies with high ESG performance and commitment towards the carbon neutrality target. Moreover, areas like green finance and carbon emission trading are gaining importance in the financial field.

In response to the aforesaid developments, the School of Energy and Environment is proud to offer, in collaboration with the Department of Economics and Finance, a new double degree programme, the Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance.

Through this double degree programme, students will receive a rigorous and comprehensive education in both environmental engineering and finance.  They will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to address the challenges of sustainable finance, not just in Hong Kong but also in the global context.  By bridging the gap between these two fields, graduates of this programme will be well-prepared to tackle complex sustainability issues from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Entrance Requirements
JUPAS Applicants

JUPAS Entrance Requirements

 The levels indicated are the minimum acceptable but possession of such qualifications in no way guarantees acceptance.

Core Subjects

Elective SubjectsNotes

Chinese Language

English Language

Mathematics 

Citizenship and 

Social Development

Elective 1

Elective 2

Level 3

Level 3

Level 3

Attained

Level 3 in one    
elective subject    
from:

  • Biology,
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

Level 3 

Notes: 
- Besides Category A elective subjects, Mathematics extended modules (M1/M2) and “other languages” (at grade E or above) can also be used to meet the elective requirement. If students take both M1 and M2, they are counted as one subject only.

- Applied Learning subjects are not counted as elective subjects.

- For details of the alternative Chinese Language qualifications acceptable by the University for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students, please click here.

Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

Direct/ Non-JUPAS Applicants Entrance Requirements

In addition to meeting the General Entrance Requirements as stipulated by the University, as a guide for applications, direct / non-JUPAS applicants are expected to have studied Mathematics and subjects related to Chemistry/Physics at a high school or post-secondary institution.

Curriculum Structure

The programme adopts an integrated curriculum combining the essence of the two degrees.  Students will enroll in courses primarily offered by SEE and EF to complete a minimum requirement of 153 credit units in five years.

For details, please refer to the page at the following link: 
https://www.cityu.edu.hk/see/programmes/undergraduate-programmes/BEngEVEBBAFIN 

What You Will Be Studying

The programme is designed to meet the unique needs of Hong Kong’s environmental and business landscape, and to prepare students for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)-related careers in the region.  The programme objectives are:

  1. To provide students with a solid foundation in environmental engineering, economics, and finance, and to develop their knowledge and skills in climate change, social responsibility, and sustainable development;

  2. To equip students with the technical and analytical skills to assess environmental risks and opportunities, conduct ESG audits, and design and implement ESG strategies in various industries and sectors, such as energy, manufacturing, finance, and consulting;

  3. To develop students’ leadership and communication skills, enabling them to engage stakeholders and communicate effectively about sustainability issues, and to work collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to achieve Carbon Neutrality goals;

  4. To foster students’ ethical and professional values, including integrity, transparency, and accountability, and to prepare them to address the complex ethical dilemmas and conflicts that arise in ESG-related work;

  5. To promote students’ global awareness and cultural competence, encouraging them to engage in international sustainable finance and environmental engineering initiatives and to work across borders and cultures to promote sustainability and social justice; and

  6. To prepare students for lifelong learning and professional development, providing them with the tools and resources to stay up-to-date with the latest ESG trends, innovations, and best practices, and to pursue further education or professional certifications as needed.

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 programme and regular student exchange, but also industry-ready internship, 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.

For details, please visit our page at:  
https://www.cityu.edu.hk/see/student-life-and-learning/integrated-enrichment-programme

Start Your Career Here

Our graduates enjoy a wide range of career opportunities, including but not limited to, in various units such as government departments, NGOs, and private companies.

  • Carbon Neutrality and Management

  • Consultants in Engineering and Professional Firms (e.g., Big-4)

  • ESG Reporting for Compliance (Multinational Corporations and Listed Companies)

  • Green Finance and ESG Investing

  • In-house Sustainability Officers

  • Sustainability Taskforce of Government Departments

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Contact Value

Miss Michelle WONG

mmswong@cityu.edu.hk 

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BEng Environmental Science and Engineering

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工學士(環境科學及工程學)
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[SEE] BEng in Environmental Science and Engineering
Academic Year of Entry
Admission Code

1702A

Indicative Intake Target

60 (For First Year and Advanced Standing I Entries)

Normal Duration of Programme
3 Years (For Advanced Standing I Entry)
Major Leader
Professor Jason LAM
Why BEng Environmental Science and Engineering?

Environmental engineering is concerned with the solution of environmental problems. Examples include:

  • Air pollution
  • Marine pollution
  • Water treatment
  • Waste and recycling
  • Sustainability

Nowadays environmental engineering is becoming increasingly important. With the challenges posed by urbanisation and climate change, environmental engineers are needed to safeguard human health, protect the environment and help build a sustainable society. Environmental engineering is an exciting and rewarding career for young people who want to use their technical skills to improve society.

Environmental engineering is extremely diverse and attracts people with different interests and talents.  Specific problems may require specialised knowledge of biology, chemical engineering or mechanical engineering. Environmental engineers may work in the field, laboratory or office.

Entrance Requirements for Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

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

Curriculum Structure

For details of the programme's curriculum structure, please visit the 'Undergraduate Catalogue' (Note: The catalogue for the 2023 cohort is for reference only. The 2024 catalogue will be published around July 2024.)

What You Will Be Studying

The EVE major aims to provide professional education to train students to be knowledgeable in environmental science and engineering so that they can work as environmental professionals contributing to improved environmental performance and sustainability. The programme objectives are:

  • to provide students with broad-based knowledge and fundamentals of environmental science and engineering with three streams, namely environmental technology, sustainability and environmental management, and environmental science;

  • to produce graduates who can perform competently as environmental professionals, scientists and engineers in commercial, industrial and non-governmental organisations, civil services and educational institutions;

  • to produce graduates that are aware of global, societal, ethical and professional issues and responsibilities in the practice of environmental science and engineering and make contributions to the betterment of the society; and

  • to nurture students’ ability to engage in life-long learning and professional development.

To prepare students for their future careers, the EVE major comprises courses in science, engineering, and environmental applications. Students will study air pollution, wastewater treatment and water resources, among other topics, as well as experimental and computational techniques. Since environmental problems cannot be considered in isolation, students will also be trained in sustainability, environmental management and environmental impact assessment.

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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 programme and regular student exchange, but also industry-ready internship, 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.

For details, please visit our page at:   
https://www.cityu.edu.hk/see/student-life-and-learning/integrated-enrichment-programme

Start Your Career Here

Since Hong Kong is a small but densely populated place with an advanced economy, we are facing many pressing environmental challenges. Our EVE graduates are now pursuing careers in monitoring or mitigating environmental pollution for government departments, developing new technologies for engineering firms, and advising companies on sustainable practices. They 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 curriculum

Some of our graduates also pursue advanced degrees in related areas.

Professional Recognition

Our undergraduate programme, Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering (EVE), is accredited by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE).  The EVE programme meets the academic requirement for HKIE Corporate Membership in the environmental discipline.  Additionally, our EVE students may choose to enrol in optional electives if they are interested in being a HKIE member in the Building Services (BSS) discipline.

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.

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Miss Michelle WONG
mmswong@cityu.edu.hk

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工學士(環境科學及工程學)

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BEng Energy Science and Engineering

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工學士(能源科學及工程學)
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[SEE] BEng in Energy Science and Engineering
Academic Year of Entry
Admission Code

1694A

Indicative Intake Target

60 (For First Year and Advanced Standing I Entries) 

Normal Duration of Programme
3 Years (For Advanced Standing I Entry)
Major Leader
Professor Yun Hau NG
Why BEng Energy Science and Engineering?

Energy engineering addresses the pressing energy issues and the associated environmental problems in the modern society. The ever-increasing energy demand and dependence of fossil fuels has led to challenges like energy security, pollution and climate change. Energy engineering transcends the boundaries of traditional engineering disciplines to address these intricate issues with innovative solutions.

Key areas in energy engineering include:

  • Energy management and efficiency
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy storage and distribution
  • Energy-related pollution control and treatment

Energy engineering is extremely diverse and attracts people with different interests and talents.  Specific problems may require specialised knowledge of materials science, electrical engineering, chemical engineering or mechanical engineering.

Entrance Requirements for Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

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

Curriculum Structure

For details of the programme's curriculum structure, please visit the 'Undergraduate Catalogue' (Note: The catalogue for the 2023 cohort is for reference only. The 2024 catalogue will be published around July 2024.)

What You Will Be Studying

The ESE 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.

To prepare students for their future careers, the ESE major comprises courses in science, engineering, and energy applications. Students will study topics like energy efficiency in buildings, renewable energy technology, energy storage and distribution, as well as experimental and computational techniques. Since energy issues and the energy-related environmental problems cannot be considered in isolation, students will also be trained in economics, policy, pollution treatment and environmental impact assessment.

Student/Alumni Sharing

Our SEE Stories

The Start of SEE Journey

My Dream, Strive for it!

Success is not Final,
Failure is not Fatal

Chase your Dreams with SEE

The Mind-blowing SEE

Our Future Female Engineers

The Passion, The Destination

Engineering our Future

We Shine at All Corners

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 programme and regular student exchange, but also industry-ready internship, 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.

For details, please visit our page at:  
https://www.cityu.edu.hk/see/student-life-and-learning/integrated-enrichment-programme

Start Your Career Here

Due to substantial energy utilization and the accompanying environmental problems, energy engineering is a fast-growing discipline in Hong Kong. Our ESE graduates are now pursuing careers in energy management in buildings, power generation, green technology development and consultancy on energy and environmental issues. They 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 curriculum

Some of our graduates also pursue advanced degrees in related areas.

Professional Recognition

Our undergraduate programme, Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering (ESE), is accredited by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE).  The ESE programme meets the academic requirement for HKIE Corporate Membership in both the energy and environmental disciplines.  Additionally, our ESE students may choose to enrol in optional electives if they are interested in being a HKIE member in the Building Services (BSS) discipline.

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.

Useful Links
SEE Corporate Video
Programme Video
SEE School Leaflet
SEE UG Programme Leaflet
SEE UG Admissions Leaflet
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Miss Michelle WONG
mmswong@cityu.edu.hk

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工學士(能源科學及工程學)

Title (For sorting)
Energy Science and Engineering

School of Energy and Environment (options: BEng Energy Science and Engineering, BEng Environmental Science and Engineering)

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能源及環境學院 [選項: 工學士(能源科學及工程學)、工學士(環境科學及工程學)]
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[SEE] Energy and Environment: The Grand Challenge
Academic Year of Entry
Admission Code

1051 (JS1051)

Indicative Intake Target

60 (For First Year and Advanced Standing I Entries)

Normal Duration of Programme
4 years
Admissions Tutor
Professor Patrick SIT
Deputy Admissions Tutor
Professor Yun Hau NG
Deputy Admissions Tutor
Professor Jason LAM
Why School of Energy and Environment (options: BEng Energy Science and Engineering, BEng Environmental Science and Engineering)?

The School of Energy and Environment (SEE) performs cutting-edge research and provides professional education in energy- and environment-related issues. The School is designed to tackle interactive relationship between energy and environment through the development of new scientific understanding and new technologies as well as the training of new professionals with broad knowledge in the areas of energy and environment.

We have a highly internationalised and experienced faculty from various countries specialising in atmospheric and climate science, biological science, chemistry, chemical engineering, energy economics, environmental engineering, environmental policy, mechanical engineering and materials science.  SEE endeavours to produce a new breed of engineers and professionals capable of solving energy and environmental problems.

We currently offer the following majors:

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering

Students start with a common year of foundation study. The content of our programmes covers a wide spectrum of areas, allowing students to explore knowledge in a number of environments. At the beginning of their studies, they develop a broad scientific foundation by studying courses in basic science, covering mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry and biology before they are guided through an in-depth exploration of environment and energy issues. Students declare their majors after completing the foundation courses in the first year.

Mission of the School

  • Advancing research and development, fostering knowledge transfer in targeted themes of benefit to societal needs in energy, environment, and sustainability;

  • Preparing leaders and practitioners to address environmental and energy needs in a rapidly decarbonizing world and build a sustainable future;

  • Maintaining a collaborative and supportive atmosphere for students, faculty, alumni and other stakeholders in advancing our interdisciplinary research and educational objectives.

Entrance Requirements
JUPAS Applicants

JUPAS Catalogue No. and Title

Minimum Level Required

Eng. Lang.

Chi. Lang.

Mathematics

Citizenship and Social Development

Elective SubjectsNotes

Elective 1

Elective 2

JS1051 
School of Energy and Environment (options: BEng Energy Science and Engineering, BEng Environmental Science and Engineering)

Level 3

Level 3

Level 2

Attained

Level 3 in on elective subject from:

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

  • Physics

Level 3

Notes: 
- Besides Category A elective subjects, Mathematics extended modules (M1/M2) and “other languages” (at grade E or above) can also be used to meet the elective requirement. If students take both M1 and M2, they are counted as one subject only.

- Applied Learning subjects are not counted as elective subjects.

- For details of the alternative Chinese Language qualifications acceptable by the University for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students, please click here.

Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

To be considered for admission, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements. Preference may be given to students who have studied subjects related to Mathematics and Chemistry/Physics at a high school or post-secondary institution.

Admission Arrangements
JUPAS Applicants

JUPAS applicants will be considered for admission to first-year studies at the School of Energy and Environment. Students will enter a major (current major options: Energy Science and Engineering; Environmental Science and Engineering) after one year of study. The top 40% of students# will have a free choice of majors offered by the School. The other 60% of students will be allocated a major within the School, subject to the availability of places and the selection criteria set by individual majors.

# based on CGPA with no failed grades and completion of at least 30 credit units including School required courses

Direct/Non-JUPAS Applicants

Applicants of this programme (admission code: 1051) will be considered for admission to first-year studies at the School of Energy and Environment. Students will enter a major (current major options: Energy Science and Engineering; Environmental Science and Engineering) after one year of study. The top 40% of students# will have a free choice of majors offered by the School. The other 60% of students will be allocated a major within the School, subject to the availability of places and the selection criteria set by individual majors.

# based on CGPA with no failed grades and completion of at least 30 credit units including School required courses

Applicants eligible for advanced standing entry may submit an application to the following programmes:

  • BEng Energy Science and Engineering (admission code: 1694A)

  • BEng Environmental Science and Engineering (admission code: 1702A)

Click here for the qualifications eligible for advanced standing entry.

Curriculum Structure

Subject Area

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

Gateway Education (GE)

GE1401 and GE2410     
OR     
LC0200A and LC0200B

 

(i) University English and     
English for Engineering   
OR   
(ii) English for Academic Purposes 1 and     
English for Academic Purposes 2  
(subject to students’ language background)

6

GE Courses in Distributional Areas

9

Mathematics

 

MA1200 
OR 
MA1300

Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra I 
OR 
Enhanced Calculus and Linear Algebra I

3

MA1201 
OR 
MA1301

Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra II 
OR 
Enhanced Calculus and Linear Algebra II

3

Computing

SEE1002

Introduction to Computing for Energy and Environment

3

Energy/EnvironmentSEE1003Introduction to Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering3

Physics

PHY1201

General Physics I

3

Chemistry

CHEM1300

Principles of General Chemistry

3

Biology

CHEM1200

Discovery in Biology

3

Total:

36

For the full curriculum structure, please refer to the School website at the following links: 

Student / Alumni Sharing

Our SEE Stories

The Start of SEE Journey

My Dream, Strive for it!

Success is not Final,
Failure is not Fatal

Chase your Dreams with SEE

The Mind-blowing SEE

Our Future Female Engineers

The Passion, The Destination

Engineering our Future

We Shine at All Corners

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 programme and regular student exchange, but also industry-ready internship, 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.

For details, please visit our page at: 
https://www.cityu.edu.hk/see/student-life-and-learning/integrated-enrichment-programme

Professional Recognition

Our undergraduate programmes, Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering (ESE) and Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering (EVE), are accredited by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE).  The ESE programme meets the academic requirement for HKIE Corporate Membership in both the energy and environmental disciplines while EVE programme in environmental discipline.  Additionally, ESE and EVE students may choose to enrol in optional electives if they are interested in being a HKIE member in the Building Services (BSS) discipline.

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.

Major Options(s) Currently Available (The University reserves the right to make change to the major offerings)
Useful Links
SEE Corporate Video
Programme Video
SEE School Leaflet
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Miss Michelle WONG

mmswong@cityu.edu.hk 

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School of Energy and Environment
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Best 5 Subjects
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On a selective basis
- Early to mid-July 2024
- Group interview
- English

Minimum Entrance Requirement (Core)
DSE Subjects for calculate firstly
Maths Core / M1 / M2 Calculation as one Subject
No
Late Application (Non-JUPAS Year 1 Admission)
Off
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