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HKU/HKUST Application Results.

sroy17sroy17 Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
I apologise if this thread already exists, but I haven't seen it.

Have any CBSE students applying to either HKU/HKUST gotten their results for a BSc course in Early Decision? (Applied in Nov.2016)


PS As of 5th January, 2017, I haven't.

Replies to: HKU/HKUST Application Results.

  • ShisheerShisheer Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    @sroy17 I'm not a CBSE student, I am an IB student. Nevertheless, I still haven't gotten a decision as of 17/01/17 and I did apply as an early applicant! I emailed the admission department and what they said was that if you don't get a decision by 11/01/17 then you will be considered during the main round with the regular applicants.
  • JackjarJackjar Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
    I have been offered BBA HKUST and Bachelor of ECON & FIN in HKU (both fast track).. Basically i want to do ECON/FIN.. My dilemma is which uni to choose for good balance of academic and all round personal development? Besides, how is the student demographics in HKUST business school in recent years? TIA
  • fitswellfitswell Registered User Posts: 63 Junior Member
    Hey guys,

    I know you people here are the best consultants out there, and a friend of mine just happens to need your help. So this kid from my high school received offers for three undergrad business programs and is struggling to come down to one. Here they are:


    At the moment, he's unsure what he wants from college, or what he even wants to do after college. But for now, he wants to choose a program that will best prepare him for the job market (networking opportunities, technical training, school corporation affiliations, caliber of classmates etc). Any expert advice would be appreciated!

    # Just to add one thing, he's not so much of a number-crunching mathy kind of person, but a culture/arts/humanities kinda person.
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