Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine

Programme Fees (2017/18)

Local Students
Tuition Fee: HK$120,000 per annum

Non-local Students (Mainland and International Students)
Tuition Fee: HK$120,000 per annum

BVM Entrance Scholarships (2017/18)

(i) Local Students

Two types of entrance scholarships are available to high achieving local BVM students:

  • Level One Scholarships worth one year’s full tuition fee, i.e. HK$120,000 annually;
  • Level Two Scholarships worth HK$77,900 towards one year’s tuition fee.

No application for the scholarship is required. Successful applicants for entry into the BVM programme will be notified at the time of the offer of admission into the BVM if a scholarship has been awarded.

The Scholarship is automatically renewed throughout the normal duration of study for the students who have achieved a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) at 3.2 or above by the end of Semester B each year.

University-Managed Accommodation places will be made available to Level One Scholarship recipients on self-paid basis for the first year*.


(ii) Non-local Students (Mainland and International Students)
  • Top Scholarships of HK$160,000 annually, covering the (i) annual tuition fee, (ii) University-Managed accommodation# for the first two years*, and (iii) partial living expenses.
  • Full Tuition Scholarships of HK$120,000 annually, covering the annual tuition fee

The Scholarship is automatically renewed throughout the normal duration of study for the students who have achieved a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) at 3.2 or above by the end of Semester B each year.

University-Managed Accommodation places will be made available to Full Tuition Scholarship recipients on self-paid basis for the first two year*.


Remarks:
* Students should secure their own housing in HK market for the remaining years of study.
# In 2017/18, the accommodation fee for double occupancy shall be HK$12,000 per annum and it shall be subject to annual review.

INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION

CityU is engaged in a process with the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council leading towards international accreditation of the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, graduates are expected to be eligible to work as veterinarians in the jurisdictions that recognise the particular accrediting authority. This would enable graduates to work in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

China’s Ministry of Agriculture will allow BVM graduates who are Chinese nationals registered in Hong Kong or Macau and who wish to work in Mainland China to sit the Chinese National Veterinary Licensing Examination.