Important Update: (Updated 08:33 am, Friday, May 27)

Our University has announced the learning, teaching and assessment (LTA) arrangements for Semester One, 2022/23. Please click here for details.


Interview Arrangement ( HKDSE Applicants )

The following summary only includes schemes/programmes which plan to conduct interviews and/or aptitude tests/assessments for the 2022/23 admissions exercise. As further changes on these arrangements may be made, applicants should check this webpage regularly to obtain the most up-to-date interview arrangements of our schemes/programmes.

Schemes/programmes which will conduct interviews/aptitude tests/assessments before the announcement of the HKDSE results will notify shortlisted applicants of the details individually by email, SMS, phone (our phone number usually starts with 2766 or 3400) or other electronic means. Schemes/programmes which will conduct interviews or tests after the announcement of HKDSE results will release their interview/test shortlist on 27 July 2022 at our e-Admission. Applicants are advised to check the details and attend the interviews/tests as scheduled since re-arrangement may not be possible. If they fail to do so, their applications may not be further considered.

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Code Scheme/Programme Title Details
JS3492 Fashion and Textiles - BA (Hons) Scheme
Date:Please refer to the remark below.
Mode:Please refer to the remark below.





While all bands of applicants are considered, preference is given to Band A and Band B applicants. Admission to the programme is primarily based on academic merit, plus the following optional supplements.

Applicants are welcome to submit e-portfolios OR personal statements as supplementary information in support of their applications. This supplementary information is optional for all applicants, regardless of their intended future choice of specialism (e.g. fashion design). Detailed arrangements and requirements for the e-portfolio or personal statement submission are announced to JUPAS applicants via email in June every year. All students who are admitted with HKDSE results start the programme with three common semesters of foundational training in fashion and textiles, after which they are streamed into one of the five specialisms, including design-related specialisms (except for students with Secondary Major). 

The Department may consider giving bonus scores to applicants with outstanding e-portfolios or personal statements.