Undergraduate Admissions 2021

Our BSc Physics programme equips students with knowledge and critical thinking skills that will enable them to tackle difficult problems throughout their careers.

The curriculum not only provides students with rigorous training in fundamental physics, but also introduces them to various specialized physics-related topics such as financial engineering, biophysics, medical physics, computational physics, and optics, paving their ways to a diversified career path or further studies.

Apart from the academic curriculum, the Physics Department offers students various research, internship, and exchange opportunities to accelerate their developments:

  • Study Tours to different universities around the world
  • Frontier Research with world-leading scholars
  • Industrial Internships in various companies, institutes, public sectors, and more
  • Joint Bachelor’s Degree Program with Columbia University to earn degrees from both Universities
  • Student Ambassador Program to promote students’ leadership

To learn more about our undergraduate programme, please click here to visit our programme website. For details about entrance requirements and application procedures, please visit the website of our Admissions Office.

Students could also watch our admissions talk "An Introduction to BSc Physics: Admission Information and Job Prospectives" from the links below:
For the English version, please click here.
For the Cantonese version, please click here.

The Department of Physics Undergraduate Entrance Scholarships

Undergraduate students who are admitted to the Bachelor of Science in Physics program through the JUPAS route with an admission score of 23 or above (Best 5 HKDSE subjects) will be automatically considered for the scholarships^. Each scholarship awardee will receive up to $40,000 which is payable in Year 1 and 3.


Media Coverage:

  1. 城大理學院三大學位課程 著重實踐 裝備學生投身各行各業 [Ming Pao] 2020-11-02 A12 大學道

^ Revised criteria for the entrance scholarships, subject to approval.



28 October 2020  #PHY  #UG