The results of the Joint University Admission (JUPAS) were released today, with a total of 339 top students admitted to the two medical schools, and the proportion of students admitted to the joint enrollment was similar to last year. According to a press release issued by the Faculty of Medicine of CUHK, 207 students were admitted through the Joint Admission College, accounting for 70% of the medical quota, similar to last year. According to this calculation, the HKU Faculty of Medicine admitted 132 students, accounting for 45% of the medical places, up one percentage point from last year, but did not meet the commitment of 75% of the places admitted through the Joint Admission for the eighth consecutive year.
The two medical schools have admitted a total of 339 top students in the HKDSE examination, with a similar proportion of students enrolled in the joint enrollment as last year
HKU's joint admission rate for medical programmes was 45%, which has been below the promise for eight consecutive years
The two medical schools have 23 medical places in the 24/295 academic year, and the Faculty of Medicine of CUHK has admitted 207 diploma candidates, accounting for 70%; 88 candidates were admitted through non-joint recruitment, a proportion of 30%, which is similar to that of the past few years.
The Faculty of Medicine of HKU has promised to recruit 75% of the places through the Joint Enrolment every year, and according to the calculation of medium and big data, 132 students will be admitted through the Joint Enrollment in the next academic year, accounting for 45% of the number of places, an increase of one percentage point over last year, but the target has not been met for the eighth consecutive year. In an interview in May, Dean of HKU Faculty of Medicine Lau Chak-sing said it was impossible to stick to the 5% target forever, but stressed that 75% to <>% of students are local.
CUHK: More than eighty percent of top students choose to study medicine
As for the admission results of medical students, CUHK pointed out that based on the best scores of the six subjects in the diploma examination, 5** equals 8.5 points, 5* equals 7 points, and 5 points 5.5 points, nearly 46% of the candidates who scored 70 points or above in seven subjects in Hong Kong chose to enter the Faculty of Medicine of CUHK. With a minimum admission score of 40.5 and a maximum admission score of 51, Global Medicine has been the subject with the highest median admission score in Hong Kong for ten consecutive years.
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Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Mr John Chan, said that he was very pleased that the results of candidates admitted to CUHK Medical Sciences continued to maintain a very high standard, and the proportion of students admitted through JUPAS remained at 70%, reflecting that the quality of teaching and research at the Faculty of Medicine of CUHK continues to be welcomed and recognized by the academic community, parents and the community.
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