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University Admission Requirements: Medical, Law and Business

Figuring out what career path to pursue is tough call. Especially for students who are young and do not have experience in the working world. Despite the difficulty of the decision and it’s overarching consequences, the counsellors and teachers at ME are trained to help guide students into a career they are best suited for.



For the students who look to the medical field, with dreams of making a difference as well as a name for themselves in the field, we Once a student has identified which career path they would like to pursue, we can help them to tailor an academic portfolio that will set them up for success. In this article, we will look at the university admission requirements for fields of:

  • Medicine

  • Law

  • Business

  • Marketing

Since these courses are popular among students across the country, they do require thorough planning and consideration if students are to be best equipped.

ME admission counsellors are always up to date with what the perfect portfolio needs to entail for a successful application to a high demand course. Medicine: Aspiring medical students in Hong Kong are fortunate enough to have access to two of the world’s highest-performing medical universities with world-class research facilities. It goes without saying then that admission to these universities is highly competitive. There are many Undergraduate course programmes offered as a gateway into the medical field including Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery Programme and Bachelor of Nursing to name a few. Most of these degrees take between 3-6 years to complete. For the students considering medicine, they are advised to design their subjects for a pre-med pathway. This includes special effort around subjects like Chemistry, A level Physics, and Biology. The university medical programmes available to aspiring doctors are composed of two parts: 2 – 3 years of pre-clinical studies and then 3 years of clinical studies where students are actively involved in general medicine, surgery, as well as other specialties. Law: For our students considering a career in the field of law, we steer them toward