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Graduate Articulation Overview
2016 HKCC Graduates Hit a Record High Articulation Rate ─ 89.3%
Of which 56.6% received government-funded bachelor's degree programme offers

According to HKCC Graduate Survey 2016, a total of 2,207 graduates articulated to bachelor’s degree programmes, representing a record high articulation rate of 89.3%. Among those:

  1. 98.1% (2,164) were admitted to bachelor's degree programmes offered by local universities and institutions, including The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Baptist University, Lingnan University, The Education University of Hong Kong, and other institutions;
  2. 56.6% (1,249) were admitted to government-funded bachelor's degree programmes, which also hit a record high. In other words, one out of every two articulated graduates was admitted to a government-funded bachelor's degree programme.

Regarding articulation opportunities provided by PolyU, among 2,207 graduates who articulated into bachelor's degree programmes, 30% were admitted to PolyU, while 23.6% enrolled on self-financed top-up honours degree programmes offered by PolyU SPEED. (Click here to learn more about PolyU SPEED’s Conditional Offer Scheme for HKCC graduates.)

From the first cohort of graduates in 2003 to those in 2016, over 20,700 HKCC graduates have articulated into bachelor’s degree studies. This represents a 14-year average articulation rate of 80.2%, which ranks among the highest in Hong Kong.  
The pie chart below gives you an overall picture of the distribution of articulated graduates by number and university/ institution in 2016.
(Please click the image to enlarge the pie chart.)