About the Programme
The Joint Bachelor's Degree Programme collaborates with the School of Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh (UoE) to offer students an international undergraduate experience. UoE is one of the world’s top universities with consistently high rankings. Its entrepreneurial and cross-disciplinary culture attracts the highest quality students from across the globe, creating a unique and global study environment.
Selected students will study at CityU for the first two years, and then complete a further two years of study at UoE. On successful completion of the 4th year at UoE, students will be awarded two separate bachelor's degrees: one conferred by CityU and one by UoE upon fulfilling the degree requirements stipulated by the respective universities.
The programme is open to students from the 2019 cohort.
Majors available at the University of Edinburgh
The programme allows you to enter into the 3rd year of the following majors:
- BSc (Hons) Applied Mathematics
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics
- BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Statistics
Full-time normative four-year programme students majoring in Computing Mathematics
Completed at least 66 credit units by the end of second year at CityU. Completed credits must include courses specified by the College of Science and Department of Mathematics
A minimum CGPA of 3.30 or above
Fulfill one of the following minimum English language requirements:
IELTS: overall band score of 6.5 with 5.5 in each component
Any other equivalent English proficiency result accepted by UoE
Students pay tuition to the University in which they are enrolled. For information on UoE's tuition fees, please visit https://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/school-of-mathematics/studying-here/undergraduate-study/funding
Email invitation will be sent to eligible students. Shortlisted students will be invited for the selection interviews.
For enquiries, please contact Ms Janice Lam of the College of Science at 3442 6175 or email@example.com.
The University of Edinburgh https://www.ed.ac.uk/
School of Mathematics, The University of Edinburgh https://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/school-of-mathematics