Programmes Leading to PolyU-SPEED Awards
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical Engineering (PT)
Programme Starting Date
Aims and Objectives
- To train electrical engineers who will be able to practise their profession worldwide while being particularly competent to do so in the context of Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland.
- To nurture students with a broad base of knowledge in electrical engineering and its current applications.
- To prepare students for working life including the skills needed for critical thinking, effective communication, problem solving, and lifelong learning.
- To develop electrical engineers with the understanding of their obligations to society.
Medium of Instruction
The existing part-time Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical Engineering offered by EE has been granted provisional accreditation by the HKIE.
Credits Required for Graduation
There are different award requirements for students from different background. For details of programme structure, please click here.
Under the normal study load, the number of class contact hours per week is 6-9.
Classes will normally be held on weekday evenings and/or Saturday afternoon.
Teaching and Assessment Methods
To enable students to demonstrate that they have met the intended learning outcomes of the academic programmes and fulfilled the requirements of each subject, appropriate methods of assessment will be employed. These methods usually include assignments, projects, tests and examinations.
A Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering or an Associate Degree in Engineering or equivalent qualification.*
Students without sufficient relevant knowledge in engineering and/or mathematics are required to take a foundation subject in electrical engineering and/or engineering mathematics.
Applicants who do not possess the above-mentioned qualifications but have reached the age of 25 before 1 September, in the year in which they seek admission, may apply as mature applicants. Mature applicants should possess relevant working experience and have completed post-secondary studies in related fields. They will also be required to demonstrate their ability to complete the programme to an Admission Interview Panel and pass an admission test.
* The main medium of instruction of the study programmes concerned should be English. Applicants who have completed programmes with other languages as the main medium of instruction are required to attain the following English Language requirement:
IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 (paper based); 80 (Internet based)
Free of charge
HK$2,680 per credit for Discipline Specific Requirements subjects; HK$2,400 per credit for General University Requirements subjects for 2018/19 academic year (subject to review for 2019/20 academic year)
The tuition fee is charged on a semester basis.
Successful applicants will be required to pay a registration fee of HK$5,000 (being part of the tuition fee for the first semester of study) by the date as specified on the notice of offer/ conditional offer (normally within 10 days from the issue date of the notice of offer/ conditional offer).
Balance of tuition fee for the first semester of study will be due for payment in mid-July 2019.
Tuition fees paid are normally neither refundable nor transferable.
HK$390 (A one-off caution money will be charged at student's first registration.)
Part-time students are eligible to apply for Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (ENLS) offered by the Government's Student Finance Office (SFO). Please visit SFO website www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/sfo for details.
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On top of the facilities at HHB and WK campuses, all students can also access the library and sports facilities at PolyU main campus.