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Acceptance of alternative qualification(s) in Chinese Language for JUPAS admission

For Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students, all UGC-funded institutions accept alternative qualifications in Chinese Language including those under General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and General Certificate of Education (GCE) for students who have met the specified circumstances: (a) Students who have learned Chinese Language for less than 6 years while receiving primary and secondary education; or (b) Students who have learned Chinese Language for 6 years or more in schools, but have been taught an adapted and simpler Chinese Language curriculum not normally applicable to the majority of students in our local schools. 

 

 

Under the New Academic Structure, all UGC-funded institutions continue to accept alternative qualifications in Chinese Language for students who have met the specified circumstances. For details of the requirements, including the alternative qualifications in Chinese Language accepted by individual institutions, the minimum grade required, as well as any specific requirements of individual programmes, please click here.