The BBA-SCM Programme aims to provide students with a comprehensive and professional training in Supply Chain Management (SCM). Within the Programme, two study streams are established for students to pursue their future profession. The Business Logistics stream is designed for students who wish to develop themselves into logistics professionals, and the second stream is developed for those who would like to develop their career in air transport industry. Both streams provide a solid foundation for students to pursue their career in supply chain management with expertise on business logistics or air transport. In addition, with the strong support from professional bodies and businesses, our students will keep abreast of the latest industry development and learn the state-of-art knowledge and skills about supply chain management.
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- Where necessary, admission interview will be arranged for selective applicants.
- If applicants are invited for interview, they are required to attend according to the scheduled time and date. Lower priority will be given to those applicants who fail to do so.
- Interview will be conducted during the period from May to July 2020. Selective applicants will be notified of the details via email.
BBA-SCM programme adopts a Best Five Subject policy with English and Mathematics inclusive. The admission score is calculated based upon the summation of the weighted score of five subjects obtained from the Best Five policy, under which the best five subjects are selected based upon their corresponding weighted scores.
For students with the same admission scores, consideration will be made on the basis of other available information including the band choice, interview performance, etc.
*Remarks: Applicants must fulfill programme’s minimum entrance requirement (i.e. Core 5 excl. M1/M2: 33222).
Subject Weighting for 2020-21
The following table shows that minimum level of various DSE subjects and the corresponding weights that are assigned to the subjects for the calculation of their weighted scores. M1/M2 is considered as an elective subject in the 2020-21 admission score calculation. The following table also reveals that the subject weights are categorized into three levels of subject weight 10, 7 and 5.
*M1/M2 is counted as an individual elective subject.
The following table demonstrates an example of admission calculation under our scoring scheme for an applicant who obtained the following HKDSE results. The weighted score of individual subjects is calculated by the formula of converted DSE level (Y1) times the corresponding subject weight (Y2), i.e., Y1 x Y2. As the table shows, the Best Five subjects in terms of the five highest weighted scores are English, Mathematics, Liberal Studies, BAFS, and Geography. Their weighted scores are then summated to form the Admission Score that is used for admission consideration.