*Some students would be required to take more credits depending on their background. Please refer to the Curriculum for details.
Holder of a Higher Diploma or an Associate Degree in IT, statistics, engineering, science or business from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, or similar qualifications from other local educational institutions or equivalent. The applicant may also have to satisfy the Selection Panel in other respects such as an interview.
Students may apply this articulation degree programmes directly to PolyU via the online platform eAdmission.
To give recognition to outstanding local students admitted to its full-time undergraduate programmes, the Department of Applied Mathematics (AMA) sets up a one-off entrance scholarship for outstanding applicants.
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Tel: 2766 6948
This is a 2-year articulation degree programme. Student must complete all of the Discipline-Specific Requirement (DSR) and General University Requirement (GUR) subjects to fulfil the credit requirement for graduation, except those who are given credit transfers due to their prior study.
#General University Requirements - The GUR subjects comprise 6 credits of Cluster-Area Requirement (CAR) subjects and 3 credits of Service Learning (SL) subjects. Students not meeting the equivalent standard of the Undergraduate Degree Language Communication Requirements (LCR) based on their previous academic performance in AD/HD programmes will be required to take additional credits (English or/and Chinese) on top of the programme's normal credit requirement. Click here for details.
*Zero-credit subjects - Admitted students with insufficient background in mathematics or/and programming are required to pass the zero-credit subject(s) Calculus and Linear Algebra, Principles of Programming or their equivalents.
Please refer to Programme Requirement Document
Beyond classroom activities enrich student learning and knowledge. Latest activities include:
Upon the completion of programme, graduates are expected to receive partial exemption from the professional assessment of:
Work-integrated education (WIE) provides an excellent context for students to understand and extend their knowledge through workplace experience. These include a broad understanding of the operation and requirement of real world businesses. It will also provide an opportunity for students to understand employers’ expectations, enhance their interpersonal and communication skills, thus actualizing the PolyU’s motto of “To learn and to apply, for the benefit of mankind”.
The minimum duration of WIE of this programme is three weeks or 120 hours, this is equivalent to 2 training credits which will not be counted towards the Grade Point Average (GPA). Unless approved by the WIE Officer, students should normally have finished their WIE training in the summer after they have completed Stage Two of the programme.
WIE / internship programme is a win-win partnership, which would offer our students the opportunity to acquire work-based learning, while providing employers with efficient and effective channels to hunt for competent students as interns and permanent employees.
For Employers who require on-campus recruitment, or simply want to publicize your job opportunities to recruit the right candidates, we can work closely with your organization and help you develop a tailored recruitment strategy. You are most welcome to contact us for
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Ms Eunice Hung
In order to help students to make informed and intelligent academic decisions/choices about their study that suit their professional and personal goals, every freshman will be assigned an academic advisor from his/her own Department under the 2-year undergraduate curriculum.
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