Applicants with any of the following qualifications may apply for bachelor programme by Admission Examination(Joint Admission Examination):
Required academic documents
1. Form 6 or equivalent graduates.
Copies of certificate(s) and academic transcripts for Form 6 or equivalent in secondary school.
2. Candidates currently studying in Form 6 or equivalent.
Copies of academic transcripts for the first semester of Form 6 or equivalent in secondary school.
If the Form 6 transcript is not available during the application period, applicants may submit the Form 5 transcript together with the page stating you are a current Form 6 student extracted from the DSEDJ student card.
3. For applicants aged 23 or above on 1 September 2023 with related working experience, the admission requirements stated above may be exempted. However, they must sit for the Admission Examinations as required.
Online Application System is open during the application period (16th January – 3rd February 2023).
NOTICE: Applicants applying for “Preferential Admission Scheme” also have to successfully complete all the application procedures within the application period of Admission Examination (4th – 18th January 2023)
Exemption from Taking Admission Examination Subjects 2023/2024
(Application period: 12th December 2022 – 6th January 2023)
Admission Examination candidates may apply for exemption from taking particular Admission Examination subjects if they meet the below requirement:
Applicants without basic education in Chinese Language and Literature during the last three years of study in secondary education may apply for exemption from the JAE Chinese subject. However, applicants who have applied for the programmes with Chinese as the medium of instruction must sit for the JAE Chinese; otherwise the application will not be processed.
Applicants who have attained any of the following results may apply for exemption from the JAE subject English.
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): Internet-based test: a minimum score of 79; or Paper-based test: a minimum score of 550.
International English Language Testing System (IELTS): Band 6.0 or above.
Mathematics Standard Paper (JM01) and Mathematics Supplementary Paper (JM02)
During the last three years of secondary school study, applicants who have been awarded the “First Class or Second Class Award” in the Individual Category of Inter-School Mathematics Competition organized by the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) may apply for exemption from taking the JAE subject Mathematics Standard Paper and Mathematics Supplementary Paper.
Application Period: 12th December 2022 – 6th January 2023
NOTICE: Applicants who wish to apply for exemption from taking Admission Examination subjects for 2023/2024 must download and fill in above application form. Then submit the application form with required documents to Registry during the application period.