Joint University Programmes Admissions System - Early Admission Scheme

Early Admission Scheme

See also: Early Admissions Scheme (Hong Kong)

A EAS Scheme(subsystem) was set up between academic year 2002/03 to 2010/11. which targeted at academically-well Secondary 6 student achieved excellent result in the previous HKCEE. They can directly enter University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong or the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology without the need of sitting the HKALE upon meeting certain HKCEE requirements. Roughly about 3-5% of total JUPAS intakes are coming from this scheme until not being used again in 2011/12 academic year.

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Hong Kong Certificate Of Education Examination - Early Admission Scheme
... The Early Admission Scheme (or simply "EAS"), a subsystem of the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) since 2003, allowed school Candidates with 6 or more "A"s (Distinctions ... year about 400–600 students entered the scheme via this subsystem in JUPAS ... A selection procedure exists in this scheme but, unlike the mainstream scheme of JUPAS, the students are guaranteed a firm offer in EAS regardless of the number of applicants in EAS ...

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