Students who have already submitted applications for admission in 2019 via JUPAS or Non-JUPAS and who have listed the University of Hong Kong (HKU) LLB programme as one of their Band A choices (for JUPAS) or as the first choice (for Non-JUPAS) may apply for admission to the HKU-University College London (UCL) Dual Degree Programme in Law (the Programme).
Students will spend the first two years at UCL and the following two years at HKU. Upon successful completion of the whole programme at both UCL and HKU, separate LLB Bachelor of Laws degrees will be awarded by UCL and HKU. For the first and second year at UCL, students must pay the published tuition fees for the LLB Bachelor of Laws programme at UCL via the normal payment procedures at UCL. For the third and fourth year at HKU, students must pay the published tuition fees for the LLB Bachelor of Laws programme at HKU via the normal payment procedures at HKU. Information regarding the syllabus can be found at https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/study/undergraduate/llb-bachelor-laws-ucl-and-llb-bachelor-laws-hku. All information regarding this Programme may be subject to change without notice.
Applicants for the Programme are required to apply via either HKU or UCL using the relevant admissions processes for each university. Applicants for the Programme applying to both HKU and UCL will be disqualified from the admission process to this Programme.
Admission to this rigorous and demanding programme will be highly selective. The maximum annual intake to the Programme is around 10 students, consisting of a maximum of around 5 students recruited by UCL and HKU respectively.
Only applicants who have listed the HKU LLB Programme in one of their Band A choices via JUPAS (JUPAS Code JS6406) or as the first choice via Non-JUPAS (Non-JUPAS code 6406) can apply for this programme via HKU.
JUPAS applicants should apply by filling in and submitting the online application form and a personal statement to the Faculty of Law at http://www.law.hku.hk/hkuucl/, pursuant to which applicants will be required to confirm that they have already submitted their application for admission in 2019 and that they have listed the HKU LLB programme as one of their Band A choices. There is no separate JUPAS code for the HKU-UCL Dual Degree Programme in Law. Applications for this Programme via the Faculty of Law online application system will close at 23:59 (Hong Kong Time) on 15 January 2019.
Non-JUPAS applicants should apply through the Non-JUPAS online application system via https://aal.hku.hk/admissions/international/admissions-information, pursuant to which applicants will be required to list the HKU LLB programme as their first choice while placing the HKU-UCL Dual Degree programme (Code 6406DD) in one of the remaining four choices. Applications for this Programme via this online application system will close at 23:59 (Hong Kong Time) on 15 January 2019. A separate personal statement for applying to HKU-UCL Dual Degree programme must be submitted via the Non-JUPAS admissions system for the consideration of the Admissions Panel.
Late applications will not be considered. Applicants who have applied for this Programme and for the HKU LLB programme will be considered for both programmes. All correspondence from applicants regarding this Programme should state the applicant’s full name and JUPAS/Non-JUPAS application number.
To facilitate the consideration of the Admissions Committee of the HKU Law Faculty, JUPAS and non-JUPAS applicants are encouraged to arrange for their academic reference and predicted grades by your school for this programme to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (for JUPAS applicants) and to be uploaded to non-JUPAS online application system (for non-JUPAS applicants) by 23:59 (Hong Kong time) on January 29, 2019.
Applicants who are interested in applying for this Programme via UCL should refer to the website of the UCL Faculty of Law for the UCL admissions procedure. Questions regarding the application to this programme via UCL (including questions relating to the UCAS admissions procedure) should be directed to the UCL Faculty of Law