Applicants holding a 12-year school-leaving qualification or a partially completed sub-degree qualification may apply for admission to first-year studies in a bachelor's degree programme. For the departments offering one major only, students are admitted directly to the major in the first year. For other departments, students are admitted with an undeclared major and will enter a major after one year of study.
|1102||BSocSc Asian and International Studies|
|1103||BA Chinese and History|
|1108||BSocSc Public Policy and Politics|
|1101||Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences (options: BSocSc Criminology and Sociology, BSocSc Psychology, BSocSc Social Work)|
|1105||Department of Linguistics and Translation (options: BA Linguistics and Language Applications, BA Translation and Interpretation)|
|1106||Department of Media and Communication (options: BA Digital Television and Broadcasting, BA Media and Communication)|
Major Allocation after One Year of Study
At the end of the first year, the top 40% of students (based on (i) completion of at least 30 credit units in Semesters A and B, including the number of credit units specified by the College /respective department for its required courses; (ii) no failed grades in any courses in Semesters A and B; and (iii) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of Semester B) will be free to choose a major offered by the department. The remaining 60% of students will be assigned a major of their choice, subject to availability of places and the selection criteria set by the College /respective department.
Students with a recognised qualification may be admitted to the University with advanced standing. 'Advanced Standing' is linked to the curriculum and graduation requirements. Two types of 'Advanced Standing' are available at CityU: Advanced Standing I (ASI) and Advanced Standing II (ASII). Click here for details about admission with Advanced Standing.
△ Revised programme title, subject to Senate approval
Note: The College reserves the right to make changes to the major offerings.