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School of Energy and Environment (options: BEng Energy Science and Engineering, BEng Environmental Science and Engineering) 能源及環境學院 [選項: 工學士(能源科學及工程學)、工學士(環境科學及工程學)]

SEE

Short Description

The School of Energy and Environment (SEE) performs cutting-edge research and provides professional education in energy- and environment-related issues. The School is designed to tackle interactive relationship between energy and environment through the development of new scientific understanding and new technologies as well as the training of new professionals with broad knowledge in the areas of energy and environment.

We have a highly internationalised and experienced faculty from various countries specialising in atmospheric and climate science, biological science, chemistry, chemical engineering, energy economics, environmental engineering, environmental policy, mechanical engineering and materials science.  SEE endeavours to produce a new breed of engineers and professionals capable of solving energy and environmental problems.

We currently offer the following majors:

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Science and Engineering

Students start with a common year of foundation study. The content of our programmes covers a wide spectrum of areas, allowing students to explore knowledge in a number of environments. At the beginning of their studies, they develop a broad scientific foundation by studying courses in basic science, covering mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry and biology before they are guided through an in-depth exploration of environment and energy issues. Students declare their majors after completing the foundation courses in the first year.

Admission Arrangements

JUPAS applicants will be considered for admission to first-year studies at the School of Energy and Environment. Students will enter a major (current major options: Energy Science and Engineering; Environmental Science and Engineering) after one year of study. The top 40% of students# will have a free choice of majors offered by the School. The other 60% of students will be allocated a major within the School, subject to the availability of places and the selection criteria set by individual majors.

# based on CGPA with no failed grades and completion of at least 30 credit units including School required courses

Useful Links:

Programme website
School of Energy and Environment 
BEng Energy Science and Engineering
BEng Environmental Science and Engineering

Useful Information for JUPAS Applicants
Assessment of Applications
Interview Arrangements
Flexible Admission Arrangement for JUPAS Applicants
Special Consideration for JUPAS Applicants
CityU Scholarships for Hong Kong Talents
CityU Tiger Programme
JUPAS Admissions Score Reference

Remarks:

# Indicative intake quotas for JUPAS and non-JUPAS admissions, subject to change.

Requirements

  • Programme Entrance Requirements
  • General Entrance Requirements
Core Subjects Minimum Level
CHINESE LANGUAGE 3
CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Attained
ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3
MATHEMATICS COMPULSORY PART 2
Elective Subject(s) Minimum Level
One of the following elective subjects:
ANY 1 SUBJECT 3
One of the following elective subjects:
BIOLOGY 3
CHEMISTRY 3
PHYSICS 3

Notes for Elective Subject(s):

  • Besides Category A elective subjects, Mathematics extended modules (M1/M2) and Category C other language subject (at grade E or above) can also be used to meet the elective requirement. If students take both M1 and M2, they are counted as one subject only.
  • Applied Learning (ApL) subjects are not counted as elective subjects.
Core Subjects Minimum Level
CHINESE LANGUAGE 3
CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Attained
ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3
MATHEMATICS COMPULSORY PART 2
Elective Subject(s) Minimum Level
ANY 2 SUBJECTS 3

Notes:

  • Liberal Studies would be used as the alternative of the core subject requirement of Citizenship and Social Development.
  • Unspecified electives may include Category A elective subjects, Mathematics extended modules (M1/M2) (except for JS1801) and Category C other language subjects (at grade E or above) (except for JS1200, JS1201, JS1217, JS1801, JS1805JS1806 and JS1807). If students take both M1 and M2, they are counted as one subject only.
  • Applied Learning (ApL) subjects are not counted as elective subjects, except for JS1041, JS1042, JS1043, JS1044, JS1805JS1806 and JS1807.
  • Please refer to the minimum entrance requirements webpage for details.
  • Applicants who are marginally failed to meet the entrance requirements of the programme may still have opportunity of admission. CityU will continue the flexibility towards the minimum entrance requirements for JUPAS applicants in 2024/25 entry. The details of flexible admission arrangement will be announced in due course.


Remarks:

  • For details of the alternative Chinese Language qualifications acceptable by the University for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students, please click here.

Calculation of scores for applicants with more than 1 sitting in HKDSE Examination

CityU accepts repeat results and will use the best results in assessing whether applicants fulfil the entrance requirements and to calculate admission scores.

First Year Tuition Fee

Contacts

Miss Michelle WONG
Executive Officer

Email: mmswong@cityu.edu.hk

Tel: (852) 3442-9481

Admissions Office

Email: ugadm.local@cityu.edu.hk

Tel: (852) 3442-7640

Statistics

Application Statistics (after Modification of Programme Choices)

Year Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E Total
2023 255 310 367 401 324 1657
2022 321 340 350 433 328 1772
2021 197 200 316 370 267 1350
2020 202 269 329 442 329 1571
2019 312 377 468 482 439 2078
2018 388 468 558 693 524 2631
2017 431 481 660 827 614 3013
2016 311 434 758 1038 827 3368
2015 585 814 1229 1638 1342 5608
2014 547 807 1344 1846 1604 6148
2013 959 1281 1873 2623 2258 8994
2012 965 1374 2251 3327 2656 10573

Offer Statistics (as at the Announcement of the Main Round Offer Results)

Year Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E Total
2023 50 7 2 2 1 62
2022 34 6 1 0 1 42
2021 46 7 2 0 1 56
2020 34 2 3 0 0 39
2019 50 10 4 0 0 64
2018 54 6 0 1 0 61
2017 45 7 3 1 2 58
2016 25 10 3 1 1 40
2015 33 7 0 1 2 43
2014 36 5 1 0 1 43
2013 40 5 1 2 1 49
2012 53 14 4 4 1 76
Footnote(s)
The information provided is subject to ongoing review. The University reserves the right to amend the information from time to time.