What are the minimum entrance requirements for the undergraduate medicine (MBBS) programme?
What grades do I need in order to make my application more competitive?
Is Cantonese a must prior to admission? How do I prove my Cantonese skills?
Will the Faculty provide feedback to individual applicants?
If my application is successful, can I defer my admission to MBBS until next year or later?
Is there an age limit for admission for mature students?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all MBBS interviews will be conducted online (e-MMI) this year. Details will be announced shortly.
How are candidates chosen?
Will there be a penalty if I take HKDSE more than once?
I took three elective subjects last year and plan to take an additional elective this year. Will there be a penalty in the calculation of my admission score?
How will M1 and M2 be considered in the calculation of admission score?
If I am not a current HKDSE candidate, will I be considered in the shortlisting process?
Will advanced standing credits be granted to students admitted through JUPAS?
Who are eligible to apply for admission to the MBBS programme from the Non-JUPAS stream?
How will the diverse range of Non-JUPAS applicants be considered?
How are candidates chosen?
When should I submit my application?
What do I need to upload with my MBBS application?
Applicants in the following categories should also submit the required documents listed below together with their application:
When do I need to upload the supporting documents?
When will I receive the interview notification?
I understand that chemistry is the compulsory subject requirement for admission to the MBBS programme. What chemistry qualifications are acceptable?
How can I meet the English language and second language requirements set by the University?
Do I need BMAT/
I am now studying medicine at an overseas university. Can I apply for a transfer to the MBBS programme?
When will I be notified of the admission result?
What are the tuition fee and living expenses? Are there scholarships available for admitted students?
How many A-level subjects should I take in order to be eligible to apply for MBBS?
Which A-level subject does MBBS require?
Are "Mathematics" and "Further Mathematics" considered to be two separate subjects?
Is Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) recognised as an A-level subject?
Do I need to take the A-level exams in one sitting?
What higher level subject does MBBS require?
Do I need Chinese language subject to apply for MBBS?
Does MBBS have any preference for "Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches" and "Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation"?
If I have graduated/am expecting to graduate with a bachelor's degree, how can I apply for MBBS?
As a degree holder with an ordinary graduation result, will my application be more competitive if I sit for a public examination for high school students and get a good score?
Can I start the MBBS programme from Year 2 upwards if my application is successful?
If I am a current student of a bachelor’s degree programme at HKU, can I apply for a transfer to the MBBS programme?