Admissions (for Direct / Non-JUPAS)
Admissions for Direct / Non-JUPAS
Programme Code: 1561A
Why choose BSc Computer Science?
- A well-balanced curriculum which comprises a set of highly focused core courses and a wide range of electives, with 5 study streams on Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Information Security, Multimedia Computing, and Software Engineering and Engineering Management to allow in-depth study in different areas of expertise.
- All students acquire working experience before graduation through the 9-month mandatory IT Professional Placement, an integral component of the curriculum with emphasis on developing applicable skills and addressing the industry needs.
- 100% full-time employment according to the Graduate Employment Survey 2021 conducted by the University.
This major has a three year structure. Students acquire fundamental computer science knowledge as well as general knowledge in their first year of study. With satisfactory attainment, students will take the year-long course of IT Professional Placement (ITPP) to gain real-world like work experience. Alternatively, subject to job availability and study schedule, students may choose to work in companies joining our placement scheme. During the placement year, students will take one day off weekly from their work to complete a number of elective courses. Students will also take up a year-long project in which they work independently under the supervision of a faculty member in the last year.
To be eligible for admission, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements.
You will be considered as having met the major entrance requirements if you hold a Higher Diploma or an Associate Degree in a computing-related discipline, or an equivalent qualification.
For senior-year admission, applicants are normally expected to have completed the AD/HD award with a CGPA of >=3.0, or an equivalent overall mark or credit award.
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Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview. You may watch the video below to learn more about how to prepare for admissions interviews.
Entrance Scholarships and Grants
The Department of Computer Science Special Admission Scheme Scholarships
The awards are restricted to students admitted into the BSc Computer Science Advanced Standing II through the Special Admission Scheme with outstanding academic performance. The minimum CGPA is 3.4 or equivalent.
No. of Award:
There shall be two scholarships in maximum. The maximum value of each scholarship shall be HK$5,000. The amount shall be used to settle the payment of the tuition fee for the BSc Computer Science programme.
The Department of Computer Science Entrance Grants
The awards shall be given to students with outstanding entrance qualifications admitted into the BSc Computer Science Advanced Standing I through direct application.
No. of Award:
There shall be two awards in maximum. The maximum value of each award shall be HK$5,000. The amount shall be used to settle the payment of the tuition fee for the BSc Computer Science programme.
Tuition Fee Information
For local students
|Academic Year||Tuition Fee|
|2022/23||HK$42,100 per annum|
The tuition fee is subject to annual review. If there are changes to the tuition fee set by the HKSAR Government, the tuition fee may be adjusted.
For non-local students
|Academic Years||Tuition Fee|
|2013-2018||HK$120,000 per annum|
|2019-2022||HK$140,000 per annum|
|2023 and thereafter||HK$145,000 per annum|
The tuition fee is subject to annual review. Once the tuition fee level is approved, the tuition will apply until the end of the student's study in the programme/degree.