Honours Degree Programme under SSSDP in 2018/19
|Programme||Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computer Science|
|Faculty||Faculty of Science and Engineering|
|Department||Department of Computer Science|
|Programme Duration||4 years|
|Credits for Graduation||123 credits|
|Tuition Fee||Year||Year 1 & Year 2||Year 3 to Year 4|
|Fee after subsidy||HKD$29,000||HKD$34,000|
|HK$40,000 are subsidised by the Government|
The degree programme is accredited by the HKCAAVQ, which are fully recognized under the Hong Kong Qualifications Framework (QF), please visit the iPASS link here for details and validity period.
The Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Computer Science is a four-year degree programme that provides students with academic and professional skills in the field of computer science with emphasis on development and research in software and hardware systems. In addition to these skills, they can enhance and consolidate their ability with practical experience by means of a year-long, supervised, computer science project in local IT companies or universities. Graduates are strongly equipped with their IT professional knowledge, to solve existing technical problems, to meet challenges, and to create new technology in the field of IT services.
2017 Admission Score
|Chinese Language||English Language||Mathematics||Liberal Studies||Best Elective Subject|
Applicant can apply the programme through JUPAS in 2018/19 academic year. The application period for 2018/19 entry will be 20 September - 6 December 2017.
JUPAS Code: JSSC03
Selected applicants may be invited to attend an interview / written test. The date and time of the interview will be informed during June 2018.
The intake places of programmes under the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors (SSSDP) are mainly allocated through the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS). Should there be unfilled intake places after all admission rounds of JUPAS, the SSSDP participating institution will admit local non-JUPAS applicants via direct admission of no more than 10% of the subsidised places of each selected programme.