Hong Kong

Hong Kong students can find all the essential information in the Edge Hill University International Guide: Hong Kong

Entry requirements

Specific entry requirements may differ for each programme, but the information below provides general requirements and some guidance. More information on specific courses can be found on our Study pages. Each application is assessed on its own merit.

English Language requirements for individual courses may vary but the minimum requirements can be found here.


International Foundation Programme

Students whose qualifications do not meet our general entrance or course requirements may need to take an International Foundation Programme to qualify for entry to an undergraduate degree programme.


Undergraduate Programmes

Minimum HKDSE score of level 3 in each core subject (except Chinese). 444 from elective subjects. Associate Degrees from recognised universities will be considered.

International Baccalaureate

We are happy to accept students who have completed the IB qualification. We will use UCAS Tariff scores to assess a student’s suitability. Subject-specific requirements at Higher Level (HL) Grade 5 may apply. For clarity of entry requirements for the course you’re interested in, please contact the International Office.


Postgraduate Programmes

Applicants who have completed a Bachelor degree from a recognised Hong Kong university will be considered for admission onto a Masters degree, with either a 2:2 or 2:1 depending on the specific programme requirement.

When we're in Hong Kong

 


 

For further information please contact the International Office:
hodgeb@edgehill.ac.uk.

 

Representatives in Hong Kong

 

Amber Education UK

http://m.amberedu.com.hk/

 


British United Education Services

9/F Wai Hing Building,

148 Prince Edward Road West,

Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

 

https://www.britishunited.net/

 

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