Application Procedures

Thank you for your interest in Master of Science in Computer Science Programme.  Applications for 2019-20 admissions are now closed.  We will begin accepting applications for 2020-21 in mid-October.

The following supporting documents should be uploaded to the online application system before the application deadline or expiry of your application account (which is valid for four weeks only), whichever is earlier:

• Graduate transcript(s) with grading system of all tertiary level studies

Degree certificate(s)

English Language proficiency test score report, such as TOEFL or IELTS (only for applicants with qualifications from institutions outside Hong Kong where the language of instruction and/or examination is not English)

Proof of Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) / average grade / average mark

 Official proof of class ranking, if available

A curriculum vitae (C.V.)

Applicants are not required to submit original documents during the application stage.  Should an applicant be given an admission offer by the Programme, he/she will receive notification of the need to submit original/certified true copy* of the documents to the MSc(CompSc) Programme Office.

Please note that documents once submitted will not be returned, and will be destroyed if the application is unsuccessful.

*The University will only ACCEPT originals and copies of the documents that have been duly declared as true copies before a notary public.

Application Fee

The application fee is HK$300 (non-refundable), paid by credit card online.

Application Timetable

Application deadline Main round: December 31, 2018
Clearing round: 12:00nn (HKT), April 15, 2019
Class commencement September 2019

To be considered for a round, you must submit a complete application, including all online / mail-in materials by the day of the deadline.

The results for admission in September are normally available by July of the same year. Hence, applicants who do not hear from the Faculty of Engineering by July 31, 2019 may assume the application to be unsuccessful.