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Undergraduates Studies

Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)

The total number of intake for the BPharm programme is 30 in 2017/2018. 

Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS)

In addition to satisfying the University Entrance Requirements as listed at http://www.aal.hku.hk/admissions/local/admissions-information, candidates for admission shall satisfy all of the following requirements in HKDSE:

  1. achieve the level of performance in the four core subjects as below:
     
    Subjects Level of Performance
    English 4
    Chinese 3
    Mathematics 2
    Liberal Studies 2
  2. attain at least Level 3 in two electives, one of which must be:
    1. Chemistry or
    2. Combined Science with Chemistry as one of the components

Preference is given to those who list the BPharm programme as a Band A choice.  Applicants may be selected, on the basis of their school reference reports, for an interview to be held in June. Another round of interview for JUPAS applicants will be held in late July upon the announcement of the HKDSE results.  Interviews are designed to assess the applicants’ suitability for the programme, and will take into account their motivation, aptitude, communication skills and general social awareness.

Selection for admission is based on their candidates’ academic performance in the HKDSE and their performance at interviews.

Non-JUPAS

Overseas students or local students who are applying for admission on the strength of examination results other than HKDSE should submit their applications direct to the University through the Non-JUPAS Admissions Scheme.  Please visit the webpage http://www.aal.hku.hk/admissions/international/admissions-information?page=en/university-entrance-requirements for the range and level of qualifications accepted by the University as well as the subject requirements for the BPharm programme.  Candidates applying for the programme should have working knowledge in Cantonese.

Those who list the BPharm programme as their first choice will be considered.  Interviews will normally be held in December, April, June, July and August.