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Bachelor of Nursing Direct Admissions Scheme for Senior Year Place (DAS)

Award
 
The Bachelor of Nursing (BNurs) is a full time programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) Degree from the University of Hong Kong.
Mode of Study and Duration
 
3 years, full time, credit based
For Non-JUPAS Applicants
To be eligible for admission under the Direct Admissions Scheme** (DAS) to Senior Year Places, candidates should be graduates of a recognized full-time Associate Degree (AD) or Higher Diploma (HD) programmes (healthcare or nursing related curriculum) of at least two years in duration from a community college in Hong Kong . Final-year students on such programmes can also apply, and admission, if applicable, will be subject to the completion of the AD or HD by August in the year of admission. Candidates should also satisfy the university minimum entrance requirements. 
 
** There are twenty five (25) senior year places for direct entry to the third year of the 5 year Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) degree programme.
 
All applicants, both local and overseas, are required to have a good working knowledge of Cantonese and English by the time of admission to the programme.

Graduates who have satisfactorily completed all programme requirements will be eligible for direct registration as registered nurses with the Nursing Council of Hong Kong .

DAS applicants may be selected for an interview to be held in January/February/June. Interviews are designed to assess the applicants’ suitability for the programme, and will take into account their motivation, aptitude, communication skills and general social awareness.

 
School of Nursing

4/F, William WM Mong Block
21 Sassoon Road
Hong Kong

Tel:       3917 6305
Email:  nursing@hku.hk

 
 

 G14, Ground Floor, Main Building, HKU

Tel:       3917 5886
Email:  admissions@hku.hk

 

*This information has been translated into Chinese. If there is any inconsistency or ambiguity between the English version and the Chinese version, the English version shall prevail.