Entrance Year Sept 2023
Programme Code JS3060
Mode of Study Full-time
Programme Intake 139 (Subject to UGC's approval)
Fund Type Government-Funded
Credits Required for Graduation
At least 120 academic credits plus 3 training credits
At least 120 academic credits plus 3 training credits
Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accountancy Assistant Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accountancy Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance Assistant Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Digital Finance and Investment
Mr Percy Wong
B Social Sciences, MBA, FCCA, CPA, CTA
Mr Raymond Chan
BBA, MBA, CFA
Dr KP Yuen
DBA, MBA, BA, CPA, FCCA
Dr Lam Lap Pun Francis
PhD, MBA, FCCA, CPA
Dr Justin Law
PhD, AICPA, CGMA
Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accountancy
Assistant Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accountancy
Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance
Assistant Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance
Programme Leader of BBA (Hons) in Digital Finance and Investment
- Students will gain one of the following awards upon successful completion of the programme:
- BBA (Hons) in Accountancy
- BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance
- BBA (Hons) in Digital Finance and Investment
- Students are subject to further assessment criteria in the selection of the award, such as GPA, at the end of Year One.
- The option of a Secondary Major in AI and Data Analytics (AIDA) is available to students taking the BBA (Hons) Scheme in Accounting and Finance. Admission to the Secondary Major is competitive and subject to a different credit requirement for graduation. Please see Secondary Major Details for further information.
Aims and Characteristics
The BBA (Hons) Scheme in Accounting and Finance comprises the following awards. It gives students the flexibility to decide on a final award in their first year of study.
BBA (Hons) in Accountancy
This programme provides students with a well-rounded business education and an opportunity to specialise in accounting. Students are provided with an integrated academic foundation for careers as accountants with the required competencies, independence of mind, objectivity and ethical awareness.
BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance
The aim of this programme is to exploit the synergy between accounting and finance and prepare students to become competent accountants with a sound knowledge of finance.
The programme provides a well-rounded business education and an opportunity to specialise in accounting and finance. Students develop strong skills in accounting and finance, including accounting and financial analysis, control and risk management, and corporate governance and ethics.
BBA (Hons) in Digital Finance and Investment
This programme aims to provide students with a well-rounded business education and an opportunity to specialise in digital finance and investment management.
The highly practical programme emphasises the application of professional finance and investment knowledge, together with hands-on experience of innovative financial technologies, to address the challenges faced by modern finance and investment professionals.
Our highly qualified academic staff share their business experience and research findings with students. Students are able to apply what they have learned through internships.
Our programmes integrate the latest technological knowledge related to business into the curriculum. New concepts such as fintech and big data are included in selected accounting and finance subjects.
Subject to availability, BBA students can spend one semester studying at another university overseas or in mainland China, with any credits accrued counting towards their corresponding PolyU degree.
Work-Integrated Education (WIE)
To graduate, every student must complete 100 hours (3 training credits) of WIE. The School offers opportunities for students to work in firms in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland during either the spring semester or over the summer. These and other forms of work experience count towards the WIE requirement.
Characteristics of Scheme-based Admission
Students first follow a common curriculum under the Scheme.
This offers students approximately one year to identify their area(s) of interest and career aspirations, which facilitates their Major programme selection.
The decision to admit a student to a Major programme will be made by the School in consideration of the student’s preference and overall GPA from Year One. Students will be asked to rank their choice of Major programme (in order of preference) during Semester 2 of Year One for the School’s consideration and approval.
The number of students admitted to the BBA (Hons) in Accountancy, BBA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance and BBA (Hons) in Digital Finance and Investment will be capped respectively at 60%, 40% and 40% of the number of students in the respective year.
JUPAS applicants with a DSE score of 25.0 or above in their best 5 subjects are guaranteed to be admitted to their most preferred Major programme.
With HKDSE results
NON JUPAS Local Year 1 Admissions
For local students* with non-HKDSE results / international qualifications/内地应届高考成绩
NON JUPAS Local Senior Year Admissions
For local final year students / graduates* with Associate Degree or Higher Diploma qualifications
Applicable to non-local students with international qualifications who require a student visa to study in Hong Kong.