The admission into the BSc in Sustainable and Green Finance is mainly Program-Based whereby the majority of students will be admitted directly from secondary schools, whether locally or overseas. Students will also be admitted School-based by the School of Business and Management at the end of year-1 through the major selection exercise. In addition, students from other schools will be admitted via program transfer.
Program-based Admissions – JUPAS & NON-JUPAS
For program-based admissions, students are recruited and directly admitted from secondary schools, whether locally (JUPAS) or overseas (NON-JUPAS) and must fulfill the minimum requirements of admissions by the School of Business and Management (SBM). For more qualification information, refer to:
Intake Quota: 18
An admission interview is required and shortlisted students will be individually invited.
School-based Admissions – Major Selection
For school-based admissions, students already enrolled in the School of Business and Management, can apply for the BSc in Sustainable and Green Finance major during the major selection exercise at the end of year-1. For more details, refer to:
SBM MAJOR SELECTIONS
Intake Quota: 12
Interested students can join the major selection information sessions held each semester for more details.
HKUST students (2022/23 intake or after) who already have their first major (except SGFN) but consider changing their first majors to SGFN can apply for program transfer. Application will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Expectation from Applicants
• Strong interest in SGFN
• Ability to succeed in SGFN-related career
• Ability to perform well academically in SGFN program
• CGA 3.3 or above
• Meet all SGFN admission requirements in Major Selection Exercise
For SBM students
Application will only be considered at the end of student’s 3rd term. In addition, the program transfer applications will be considered after the main round of Major Selection Exercise and when there is still quota left for the intake cohort.
For non-SBM students
Application will only be at the end of student’s 2nd term or 3rd term. In addition, the program transfer applications will be considered after the main round of Major Selection Exercise and when there is still quota left for the intake cohort.
• For program transfer to be effective in Fall term, all relevant documents must be submitted by July 15.
• For program transfer to be effective in Spring term, all relevant documents must be submitted by January 3.
Please submit an online application via HERE and upload the following materials by the application deadline:
• Latest transcript
• Personal statement, with approximately 500 words, to explain why you want to transfer to SGFN program
• Study plan that shows it is feasible for you to graduate within a normal 4-year period.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview. The SGFN program team will contact you for the interview within 2 weeks after your submission of application materials.