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CPCE 2+2 Articulation Pathway
A well-thought-out “2+2” articulation pathway for HKCC students
Overseeing the day-to-day operations of HKCC and SPEED, CPCE (an affiliate of PolyU) offers a well-planned "2+2" articulation pathway to HKCC students who, after completing a 2-year AD or HD programme, may articulate to SPEED's 2-year top-up honours degree programmes leading to PolyU-SPEED awards. 
CPCE “2+2” Pathway to PolyU Accredited Degrees
The CPCE “2+2” Pathway to PolyU Accredited Degrees refers to HKCC graduates articulating to SPEED’s 2-year full-time top-up honours degree programmes leading to PolyU-SPEED awards. Please click here for details. 
HKCC students to receive early from SPEED a Conditional Offer of Admission to a top-up honours degree programme (Applicable to HKCC 2017/18 new intake)

To help HKCC students plan in advance for their further studies, SPEED will offer each HKCC student – at the start of their first semester at HKCC – a Conditional Offer of Admission. Providing that you, as an HKCC student, meet the requirements of the Conditional Offer of Admission (listed below) by the end of your third semester at HKCC, you will be given an Offer of Admission to a SPEED's top-up honours degree programme1

1. HKDSE and GPA2 Requirements

With 33222in HKDSE
Without 33222in HKDSE
GPA 2.0 or above
GPA 2.5 or above
2. Other Requirements
  • Sub-degree study in related disciplines at HKCC
  • An average grade of C+ (or a grade point of 2.5) or above in all English subjects in an HKCC AD or HD programme
  • Specific requirements for individual programmes
  • BA (Hons) in Professional Communication
    • An average grade of C+ (or a grade point of 2.5) or above in all Chinese subjects and all Putonghua subjects in an HKCC AD or HD programme
  • BA (Hons) in Bilingual Studies
    • An average grade of C+ (or a grade point of 2.5) or above in all Chinese subjects in an HKCC AD or HD programme
  • BA (Hons) in Applied and Media Arts
    • All shortlisted candidates are required to present their portfolio and pass an interview before they are considered for the Offer of Admission
1 Admission to SPEED is subject to successful completion of an HKCC AD or HD programme before the start of the academic year ahead.  Students who do not complete their studies in HKCC according to the normal progression will need to follow the prevailing admission criteria and procedures for HKCC students in their actual year of admission to SPEED.
2 GPA (Grade Point Average) is unweighted cumulative average calculated for all subjects taken, including failed subjects. It is capped at 4.0.
33222 refers to the attainment of Level 3 in Chinese Language and English Language and Level 2 in Mathematics, Liberal Studies and one elective subject in HKDSE.
  • Students who do not meet the above criteria (including those from unrelated disciplines) may also be considered and invited for interview subject to the availability of places. Those with recommendation from HKCC's Programme Leaders will be considered favourably. 
  • The offering of any programmes stated above is subject to annual review. There may be revamp, re-development and phasing out of programmes from time to time. At the same time, SPEED may develop new programmes, as appropriate, in response to community needs. Depending on the programme nature, new programmes may have different specific requirements. For the latest programme information, please visit SPEED's website
  • SPEED collaborates with Northumbria University and the University of London International Programmes in offering top-up honours degree programmes and preparatory law courses respectively, leading to overseas awards. HKCC graduates may also apply for admission to these programmes (the Conditional Offer Scheme does not apply to these two types of programmes). 
The above information is subject to change.