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PolyU Information Day (Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programmes) to be held on 21 October, integrating AI elements to provide updated admissions and programme information

13 Oct 2023

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PolyU Information Day (Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programme) will be held from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on 21 October, to provide students with the latest admission and programme information about full-time undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes.

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) will hold the Information Day (Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Programmes) (Info Day) from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on 21 October, offering the latest information for those interested in applying to full-time undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes.

This year, six thematic talks will be hosted by virtual artificial intelligence staff “AIDA IE” and “URIS”, who are specially designed by the University’s Academic Registry. The talks will cover admission information for applications via JUPAS, non-JUPAS (non-local qualifications), senior year admission (Associate Degree or Higher Diploma qualifications) and National College Entrance Examinations (Gaokao), as well as the details of taught postgraduate programmes and the Special Talents Admission and Recognition Scheme (STARS). These talks will be progressively made available on the Info Day website starting from 18 October. Prospective students and parents are all welcome to register and join the talks.

On the Info Day, there will be a broad range of activities, including over 200 thematic talks and programme information seminars organised by faculties, schools and departments; guided tours to various laboratories and facilities; alumni and student sharing; consultation sessions; exhibitions and workshops. To enhance interactivity, registered participants who complete designated tasks online and in-person on the Info Day will be able to redeem a dessert and participate in creative workshops by using cutting-edge technologies to make sandblast glass, robot-assisted bookmarks, and wooden phone stand provided by the University’s teaching and research hotel “Hotel ICON” and Industrial Centre respectively. For more details, please visit the Info Day website.

Starting from the 2024/25 academic year, PolyU will further optimise some of its departmental scheme-based admission programmes. The Faculty of Science will launch the new BSc (Hons) Scheme in Food Safety and Technology and rename the BSc (Hons) Scheme in Biotechnology, Food Safety and Chemical Technology as BSc (Hons) Scheme in Biotechnology and Chemical Technology. Meanwhile, the Faculty of Construction and Environment will introduce the new BSc (Hons) in Urban Informatics and Smart Cities under the BSc (Hons) Scheme in Spatial Data Science and Smart Cities (Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics / Urban Informatics and Smart Cities).

In addition to undergraduate programmes, PolyU is committed to nurturing professional talents by providing a wide array of high-quality postgraduate programmes to meet the ever-changing needs of industry and society. In the academic year of 2024/25, the University will offer more than 100 taught postgraduate programmes, including 13 newly launched Master’s degree programmes listed below. All taught postgraduate programmes are now open for application:

  • MSc in Electric Vehicles*

  • MSc in Smart Manufacturing*

  • MSc in Medical Data Science*

  • Master of Medical Imaging*

  • Master of Medical Laboratory Science*

  • MSc in Quantitative Finance and FinTech*

  • MSc in Innovative Multimedia Entertainment*

  • MA in Sustainable Fashion and Innovation

  • MA in Bespoke and New Couture*

  • MA in Fashion Venture and Leadership*

  • MSc in Intelligent Wearable Technology*

  • MSc in Luxury Experiences Management*

  • MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Hospitality*

* The offer of the programme is subject to approval

For Info Day details and registration, please visit:

For undergraduate and taught postgraduate programme details and application procedures, please visit:



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