JS1205 Department of Electrical Engineering (options: BEng Computer and Data Engineering, BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering, BEng Information Engineering, BEng Microelectronics Engineering) / 電機工程學系 [選項：工學士(電子計算機及數據工程學)、工學士(電子及電機工程學)、工學士(資訊工程學)、工學士(微電子工程學) ] (Intake Quota: 180)
Normative 4-year degree students will enter one of the following majors after one year of study:
BEng in Computer and Data Engineering 工學士(電子計算機及數據工程學)
BEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering 工學士(電子及電機工程學)
BEng in Information Engineering 工學士(資訊工程學)
BEng in Microelectronics Engineering 工學士(微電子工程學)
Indicative Intake Target
|Normative 4-year Degree and Advanced Standing I||180|
|Advanced Standing II||30|
+ JUPAS Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Applicants
JUPAS HKDSE students will apply for admission to the Department of Electrical Engineering (JS1205) of College of Engineering. Students will enter a major (options: Computer and Data Engineering; Electronic and Electrical Engineering; Information Engineering; Microelectronics Engineering) after first-year of study which includes a broad range of Gateway Education (GE) and College/Department core courses. At the end of the first year, students will choose a major of their choice, subject to availability of places and the selection criteria set by the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Minimum entrance requirements
To be eligible for admission, students must satisfy the following minimum entrance requirements regarding their results in the HKDSE.
|English||Chinese||Mathematics||Liberal Studies||Elective 1*||Elective 2**|
|Level 3||Level 3||Level 3||Level 2||Level 3||Level 3|
* Elective 1 must be a subject chosen from within the group of “Preferred Electives A” -- M1 Calculus an Statistics, M2 Algebra and Calculus, Information and Communication Technology, Physics, Combined Science (Physics + Chemistry), Combined Science (Physics + Biology); or "Preferred Electives B” -- Chemistry, Biology, Combined Science (Chemistry + Biology), Integrated Science.
** Any elective subject not used as Elective 1 can be used as Elective 2, with the exception: if an applicant has taken the HKDSE for both M1 and M2, only one of M1/M2 may be used as his/her elective subject. Applied Learning subjects are not counted as elective subjects.
Assessment of Applications
For applicants who have fulfilled the minimum entrance requirements, we use the “Best 5 Subjects (include English and Mathematics)” to prioritize our selection of applicants.
The “Best 5 Subjects (include English and Mathematics)” criterion is the summative score of the applicant’s best 5 HKDSE subjects (include English, Mathematics plus three other best-score subjects), with each subject multiplied by the respective weighting. HKDSE subject scores of 5** and 5* are treated as 7 and 6 respectively. The weighting is shown by the table below.
|Preferred Electives A: M1 – Calculus an Statistics, M2 – Algebra and Calculus, Information and Communication Technology, Physics, Combined Science (Physics + Chemistry), Combined Science (Physics + Biology)||2|
|Preferred Electives B: Chemistry, Biology, Combined Science (Chemistry + Biology), Integrated Science||1.5|
|All other courses||1|
When considering the priority list of student applicants, we mainly consider subject results that were obtained in current and past two years, i.e. 2021 to 2023 DSE results.
Reference will be made to other information [(e.g. band choice, interview, school principal’s nominations, discipline-related subjects, and other experiences and achievements in competitions / activities (OEA).]
Flexible Admission Arrangement for JUPAS Applicants
In the academic year 2023/24, JUPAS applicants who have attained the “4+2” score specified by individual Colleges / Schools but whose result in only one core subject is one grade below the level required for programme admission may still have the opportunity to gain a place at CityU. Local students admitted under the 'flexible admission arrangement' may also receive an entrance scholarship if they meet the criteria of the scholarship award. Please find more details from here.
+ Local Non-JUPAS Direct Applicants
General Entrance Requirements
Applicants holding an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, or a General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCEAL), or a partially completed sub-degree qualification (Associate Degree or Higher Diploma) will be considered for direct admission to the Department of Electrical Engineering for first-year (FY) studies. Students will enter a major (current major options: Computer and Data Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Information Engineering, Microelectronics Engineering) by the end of Semester B.
Applicants holding an Associate Degree (AD) / Higher Diploma (HD) qualification or a partially completed Bachelor's Degree qualification may apply for admission to a major programme offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering with Advanced Standing I/II (ASI/II).
Applicants who obtained their entrance qualifications in a language other than English will need an acceptable result in an approved English qualification. Click here for details.
The minimum graduation requirement is 120 credits for the four year curriculum, 96 credits for Advanced Standing I students and 72 - 84** credits for Advanced Standing II students.
**students with relevant backgrounds will be waived to take EE2000 Logic Circuit Design, EE2004 Microcomputer Systems, EE2005 Electronic Devices and Circuits, or EE2331 Data Structures and Algorithms (this course only applicable to CDE and INFE).
Interested applicants should apply through the CityU Application Portal and choose one or more of four programmes: 1205 (FY entry), 1573A (Computer and Data Engineering major, ASI/II entry), 1585A (Electronic and Electrical Engineering major, ASI/II entry), 1597A (Information Engineering major, ASI entry), 1703A (Microelectronics Engineering major, ASI entry)
Interview invitation and offers will be extended on a rolling basis, from November of the prior year to July, for the cohort beginning studies in the fall.
+ International Applicants
General Entrance Requirements
We boast a diverse student body with applicants from all over the world. Interested international students holding an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, a General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCEAL) Diploma, a partially completed sub-degree qualification or other local high-school qualifications will be considered for direct admission to the Department of Electrical Engineering for first-year (FY) studies. Please find more information and apply to the programme 1205 through the CityU Application Portal.
Students will enter a major (current major options: Computer and Data Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Information Engineering, Microelectronics Engineering) by the end of Semester B.
Entrance Scholarships for Hong Kong Talents
Entrance Scholarships for Hong Kong Talents CityU encourages and rewards academic excellence through the "CityU Scholarships for Hong Kong Talents". Visit the link for generous institutional scholarships for local entrants. The Department of EE also rewards outstanding JUPAS entrants enrolling in the Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (via JS1205). Please see here for the details of 2022 entry for reference.
JUPAS Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Applicants can apply for study by choosing JS1205 on the JUPAS application priority list. We encourage interested applicants to place our programme into Band A (top 3) priority, as we typically receive more than 80% of our incoming JUPAS students from Band A.
Non-JUPAS Local and International Applicants can apply through the CityU Application Portal (The online application fee is HK$200 per programme for non-JUPAS local applicants and HK$450 for a maximum of three programme choices for international applicants).
Please direct further admission enquiries to: Admissions Office, Floor 5, Fong Yun Wah Building, CityU (Mon to Fri: 9:15am - 12:30pm, 1:45pm - 5:15pm; Sat: closed)
The latest information of tuition fees of government-funded programmes can be referred to the website of Academic Regulations and Records Office.
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