About the Faculty
The Faculty of Architecture of The University of Hong Kong introduces students to the lifelong process of learning through the lens of professional concerns specific to the education of architects, conservationists, landscape architects, surveyors, urban planners and designers, while also extending that knowledge into a range of other disciplines. Through its five undergraduate degrees, the Departments of Architecture, Real Estate and Construction, Urban Planning and Design, the Division of Landscape Architecture and the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes cover traditional areas of learning related to the built environment, including building design and technology; the history and theory of architecture, conservation and landscape architecture; landscape design; management of land and construction strategies; property maintenance; real-estate valuation and project management; urban design and urban-development theories. In addition, several areas of increasing importance to modern architectural practice are also becoming increasingly prominent within the curriculum: computer-aided design, imaging and manufacture; international aspects of architectural practice; and new building methods and materials.
|Title||Abbreviation to be used in the application form||Code||Number of first-year places|
|Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies||BA(AS)||6004||53|
|Bachelor of Science in Surveying||BSC(SURV)||6016||31|
|Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Studies||BA(LS)||6028||12|
|Bachelor of Arts in Conservation||BA(Conservation)||6030||12|
|Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies||BA(US)||6042||17|
|Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Design+||BASc(Design+)||6236||15|
As the 2019/20 Academic Year is the start of the 2019-2022 triennium for which UGC-funded programmes are still subject to the Legislative Council's approval, the number of student intake places shown in this web page is indicative only and subject to change or confirmation at a later date.