Some 26,000 visitors attend the PolyU Undergraduate Info Day
The PolyU Undergraduate Info Day 2022 (Info Day) was held successfully on 8 October in hybrid format to provide students with the most up-to-date information about PolyU’s full-time undergraduate programmes. Around 26,000 visitors and six secondary schools joined the Info Day.
A broad range of activities were available on the Info Day, including three admission talks for Secondary Six students and non-JUPAS applicants with international qualifications or sub-degree qualifications; over 70 programme seminars organised by various faculties, schools and departments; over 60 guided tours to various laboratories or facilities; and student sharing and consultation sessions arranged by PolyU’s Academic Registry and academic departments.
In addition, there was an admission talk on the newly launched Special Talents Admission and Recognition Scheme (STARS) to help prospective students with various talents make an informed choice about their future academic pursuits at the University.
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